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The staff at Herbert Bail Bonds strives to make a difficult situation as easy as possible for you and your family. We have bail bond agents in Glendora serving all courts, city jails, and sub-stations in the Glendora area.
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Glendora Bail Bonds
No matter your profession or walk of life, you can never tell when a day that starts like any other will end up with an arrest and a stay in the local or county jail. When the unexpected becomes reality, you must find a way to obtain bail as soon as possible and keep your freedom until trial. If you’re like most people, you can only make this happen by securing the services of an experienced, qualified bail bonding company. In the City of Glendora and locales throughout Southern California, the trusted name in bonding services is Herbert Bail Bonds. For more than four decades, we’ve helped people facing misdemeanor or felony charges manage the intricacies of the local and county systems, arrange affordable bail payments and avoid the delays that can keep you in custody for far longer than necessary.
Bail Bonds Explained
Bail is a common option for people who get arrested and taken to jail. When the court makes this option available, you or your loved one can leave jail and gain temporary freedom from custody as long as you pay the established, refundable bail amount. The amount you must pay depends on the seriousness of the charges made against you. If bail is set low, you may have enough financial resources to cover the cost yourself. However, most people must arrange for a bail bond instead of directly paying the full fee.
A bail bond is a legally binding agreement between you, the court with jurisdiction over the case and a registered bail bonding company, or bail bondsman. Under the terms of this agreement, you pay a set percentage of the total bail to the bonding company. After receiving payment, this company promises the court that you will appear for all necessary proceedings. If you or your loved one honor the bail agreement, you will remain free until your case is resolved. However, even a single missed court date will result in revocation of the bail bond and a warrant for your re-arrest. In addition, the bonding company will have to pay the entire bail amount to the court.
How the Jail System Works in Glendora and Los Angeles County
Like the vast majority of towns and cities across the country, the City of Glendora does not have any long-term jail facilities. Instead, it only houses arrestees for a short amount of time (up to four days or 96 hours) before transferring them to the larger county jail system. Glendora is located in Los Angeles County, so the end destination of the transfer process is one of four main jails maintained by the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department. Men can end up in the Twin Towers Correctional Facility, as well as the Pitchess County Detention Center or the Men’s Central Jail. The Sheriff’s Department maintains just one long-term jail for women: the Lynwood Jail or Central Regional Detention Facility.
Together, the four L.A. County facilities form the core of the world’s largest jail system. In addition, Twin Towers Correctional Facility currently holds the title as the largest single jail anywhere. The enormous size of the L.A. system means two unfortunate things for new arrivals: long delays for initial processing and long delays for arranging and obtaining bail. Since Glendora is a small city with just 51,000-plus residents, you’ll usually have a much easier time making bail arrangements and obtaining freedom before leaving the local jail. That’s just one reason why you’ll want to contact an experienced bail bondsman as soon as you can.
Experience When You Need It
For almost half a century, the residents of Glendora have turned to Herbert Bail Bonds for timely help in obtaining bail before or after a transfer into the L.A. County system. That’s because our decades of experience give us complete familiarity with both local and county procedures. Instead of getting hung up by avoidable delays, we power through and make sure that bail is obtained as soon possible in all circumstances. We do our quickest work while you or your loved remain in the municipal jail. However, even after you enter the County’s system, we can reduce the time to freedom by precious hours or days.
Keeping the Bail Process Simple
When an arrest occurs, you may feel like you your life has completely turned upside down. In these circumstances, you simply don’t need the added burden of jumping through hoops to take the steps needed to secure a bail bond. That’s why we’re committed to the keeping the bonding process as simple as we can. For starters, instead of forcing you to make your arrangements in just one way, we offer a number of options for both local residents and out-of-town friends, loved ones or family members. If you like, we’ll conduct everything remotely by phone or fax. We can also meet you at your home, our conveniently located offices, the Glendora jail or any of the Sheriff’s Department’s facilities.
In addition, we specialize in helping you overcome obstacles related to bail or other aspects of your case. This help may include assisting you with a bail reduction if the court sets a bail amount too high for you to secure a bond. It may also include putting you in touch with a reputable private investigator or advising you on how to safely surrender to the court if you’re currently facing an arrest warrant.
Paying for Your Bond
In California, state law sets the cost of most bail bonds at 10% of the bail amount established by the court. An 8% fee is also available for certain parties, including union members and active or retired servicemen and servicewomen. Whether your bond is set at the higher or lower percentage, you’ll need to make arrangements for payment with your bail bondsman. At Herbert Bail Bonds, we work with you to bring the cost of these arrangements within a reasonable range. Some people can secure a bond from us just by getting a financially qualified cosigner to support their application. However, larger bail amounts may call for some form of collateral (e.g., land or other valuable property) instead of a cosigner. Whichever option seems best, we’ll help you work out the details.
Count on Herbert Bail Bonds
Since the early 1970’s family-operated Herbert Bail Bonds has served the City of Glendora. Twenty-four hours a day, every day of the year, you can count on us to help you make suitable bail arrangements and restore a sense of normalcy to your daily routine. Even when circumstances seem overwhelming, give us a call and we’ll get to work right away.