Bail Bonds for Burglary Charges

Bondsman for Burglary Charges

If someone you care about has been arrested for burglary, it can be a serious and stressful issue for your family. There are different degrees of burglary charges. We have many years of experience helping those who go through the frustration and fear of having their loved one arrested on a burglary charge.

Let us be your first line of information. Our knowledgeable and experienced agents can help to answer your questions, while working diligently and quickly to have them out of jail and back at home. Speak directly to a bail bondsman Toll-free 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288. We’re here to help you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and on every holiday.

Arrest and Booking Process

Upon being arrested for burglary, it can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours to photograph, fingerprint and ultimately book the arrestee into the jails’ computer system. Most bail bonds can be posted at any of the California County jails 24 hours a day, however, some inmates may have to remain in jail until their case has been settled in court. When you call us for a consultation, our licensed agents will always explain the arrest, booking and charges to you.

Charges Associated with Burglary

If someone has entered, broken into, or forcefully entered a home, dwelling, car, etc., this is known as burglary. Even if they were caught merely trespassing or just walking through the door it may be considered burglary. There are degrees of burglary charges which vary from first degree to third degree. A person can face up to one year minimum sentence and up to several years maximum sentence in a state prison if found guilty. If there is a previous record, the defendant may be facing a much longer sentence.

A felony can be charged if it has to do with a residential burglary. If it has to do with commercial burglary, it may be considered a misdemeanor charge. However, that goes to say, if the commercial building is armed with security, e.g., a bank, this would be considered a felony.

Defendant and Indemnitor Responsibilities

It is the defendant’s responsibility to go to court each and every time required by the court. If a defendant misses their court appearance, our bail company will call both the bail bond signer (indemnitor) and the defendant. If there was a misunderstanding, the bond company will make arrangements with the court for a new date. Often this situation can easily be fixed.

A warrant for the arrest of the defendant will be issued if they fail to appear. Therefore, both the indemnitor and the defendant must make every effort the defendant attends all court dates without fail.

Completing the Process – Release from Jail

After the paperwork is finalized, a licensed agent will file, or “post”, the bond with the jail which will result in the release of the defendant. Again, jail facilities vary in the amount of time to process the bond and release the detainee. From start to finish, this bail agency will generally complete the paperwork and posting process in 1-2 hours. For this service, the customer is charged a bail bond fee (generally 10% of the full bail amount, which is mandated by state law).

Options to Meet Your Needs

Many of our clients are located in different areas of California or may even be out of state from the person in jail. This is not a problem. When you contact our company, weÂ’ll ask a few quick questions to begin the bail process. We offer an easy application process which can be handled from the convenience of your own home. A fax or email is all you need to get the bail bond started. We also offer the convenience of meeting with you at the jail the arrestee is being held, or we can come directly to your home or office. ItÂ’s up to you.

Paying For a Bail Bond

The bail bond fee is typically 10% of the full bail amount. As an example: If the amount of the bail is $20,000, it would cost $2,000 or 10% to have your friend or family member released from jail. We offer several bond payment options to assist with financing. A credit card is both the easiest and fastest way of paying for a bail bond. We always welcome VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover. You may also pay by cash.

Why Choose Patel Bail Bonds?

So who do you trust in the bail bond business? How do you find a reputable bail bondsman? WeÂ’re professional, caring and licensed California bail bondsmen with years of experience and knowledge of the California jail system. We have satisfied clients all over the state of California and beyond.

Call Patel Bail Bonds Toll-free, nationwide at 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288 for professional, experienced bail service that you can trust when someone you know faces burlgary charges.