How a California Bail Bond Works

Bail Bonds for Bankruptcy Fraud

We know people may experience uncertainty and confusion when someone has been jailed for bankruptcy fraud. At Patel Bail Bonds, we understand the California jail system and have helped several clients in similar circumstances. Our knowledgeable, professional bail agents will give you up-to-date information on jail location, arrest and charges.

Call us 24/7 for expert bondsman assistance at 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288 . We’ll clearly explain the bail process and get moving forward with the bail bond right away.

Bankruptcy Fraud – California Penal Code 848

When someone commits bankruptcy fraud (PC 848), they have made a false declaration, certificate, verification or statement under penalty of perjury. They have also practiced deception in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain. If there was a bankruptcy proceeding and the defendant made a false statement, they will be charged with a felony. Any person making claims under the law of protection has a duty to produce the most honest and complete financial records. If charged with bankruptcy fraud, the punishment can be steep fines, imprisonment or both.

Quick Response to Your Bail Needs

A bail bond in California generally costs 10% of the total bail amount. This means if the bail amount is set at $15,000 it will cost the non-refundable fee of $1,500 to bail them out of jail. The premium is a non-refundable fee. Our clients can always depend on us when in need of a bail bond for any California jail area. When you speak one-on-one with our professional bail agents they will answer your most urgent questions. Further, we make it easy by offering our clients several bail payment options. We always accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Many of our clients choose the convenience of using their credit card as they have found it the fastest way of obtaining a bail bond.

The Bail Process

To start the bail bond process, give us a call and be ready to provide the correct spelling of the name of the defendant. It can be quite helpful to also provide information such as the police station or name of the jail where the individual was transported if you know. For your convenience, the bail bond application can be processed by e-mail or FAX in just a few short minutes. When the paperwork is finalized, a licensed bail agent will go directly to the jail to file, or “post”, the bond and the defendant will be released.

Responsibilities of the Indemnitor

If you take on the responsibility of being the defendants’ indemnitor, (bail bond signer) we will explain the details prior to bailing someone out of jail. The indemnitor and the bail agency (in this case, Tonya Page Bail Bonds) will jointly promise to the court that the defendant will not skip out on any of their court appearances. Once you decide to move forward, you will be required to sign minimal, state-required paperwork and make the premium payment for the bond prior to the defendant being released.

Flexibility to Meet Your Bail Bond Needs

We have the experience and knowledge of the bail bonds industry and the California County jail systems. Please call today to find out how we can be of further assistance any time, 7 days a week, even on holidays. For additional bail bond information, call Toll-free 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288 and talk one-on-one with a professional, discreet bail bondsmen about bail bonds for bankruptcy fraud.