After getting arrested and charged for a criminal offense, it is often best to contact Covina Bail Bonds Aces. We are located in Covina, CA and specialize in bailing people out while they await their court dates. We act as guarantor or surety for defendants' necessary appearances in court or throughout trial. Life sometimes throws people curve balls and thus, you might find yourself on trial for criminal charges even without forewarning. Although you might be presumed innocent until a guilty verdict has been reached, your personal freedom could prove costly. Judges are often legally in charge of setting bail for defendants. These amounts are determined by various factors, but tend to be quite costly. Actually, there are even some individuals who will not have the option of posting bail. We can help accused parties to get out of jail while waiting for their court dates to arrive. Bail can be paid in cash, with a cashier's check or with a bail bond.
Why Do People Use Bail Bonds Agencies?
When a bail amount is very high, it is likely that you will not be able to pay it unless you remortgage or sell your home and there is a lot of risk associated with these financing strategies. A much more practical option is to contact a bail bonds agency and avail yourself of their services. At Covina Bail Bonds Aces, our clients our only required to pay a small fraction of their full bail amounts. As an example, when bail has been set by the court at $100k, we might ask for just $10k in cash, or less.
The ability to minimize risk is another good reason to use a bail bonds agency. There are some individuals who are able to raise the bail monies that have been set by the judge. This practice, however, can be quite risky. Imagine paying a $100k bond and then missing your trial date for any number of possible reasons. The court will issue a warrant for your arrest and you will have forfeited your bail.
Not only do we offer surety bonds, but we also provide monitoring services that are GPS-enabled. This is highly recommended when defendants are deemed flight risks given that counsel can reduce this risk by monitoring and restricting the movements of the defendant.