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How does a Bail Bond work? The bail amount is set at the court at the time of arrest. Typically a family member, friend or defendant will contact a bail bondsman or bail agent such as Orange County Bail Bonds in California to post the bail necessary for the release of the defendant from jail. The person who is guaranteeing the bond is called the the indeminitor or co-signer. He or she will complete the paper work provided by the bail agent for the bond and pay the premium for the bond which is a percentage of the bond amount. By signing the bond, the indeminitor is guaranteeing that he or she will pay the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.
Orange County Bail Bonds’ agents will take the time to explain the bail bond process to you so you and your loved ones understand each step in the process and what you need to do so you can quickly get your release from police custody.
Please feel free to contact us at 714-543-8688 any time of the day or night, 24 hours a day, seven days a week with any question regarding bail bonds or set up a bail bond for you or your loved ones.
Toll Free: 714-224-5688 or (888) BAIL-ALL
Orange County Bail Bonds
1043 West Civic Center Drive
Santa Ana, CA 92703
Robert L. Miller – CA Ins. Lic.#1840710
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