California Bondsman Serving Conspiracy Charges
If you’re wondering what to do if someone you know and care about has been arrested on a conspiracy charge, we know it can be a stressful time. Their “white collar crime” may leave you with several unanswered questions. We understand and can help. We will take the time to walk you through the bail bond process details and help you get started right away.
A friendly, courteous and professional bail bondsman will help you understand just how bail works. To get started immediately, call Patel Bail Bonds Toll-free at 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288.
Conspiracy Charges – California Penal Code 182
Criminal conspiracy (182 PC) is committed when two or more people agree to any unlawful act with the intent that a felony be committed. It must indicate the people involved with the conspiracy understand that it would be breaking the law to move forward with this agreement. Also called a subversive, illegal or wrongful act on the behalf of a group of conspirators, conspiracy is a form of “white collar crime”. Penalties for conspiracy when charged with this felony could be steep fines, imprisonment or both.
Depending on the capacity of each jail along with other factors, the booking process may take anywhere from one to 24 hours. The larger the facility is, the longer it can take. The smaller California jails may often transfer inmates to larger, central facilities after a certain period of time. If the inmate is transferred, the bail bond process can take a much longer time.
Release from Jail
Bail can typically be posted at most California jails, 24-hours a day. Once the bail bond paperwork and payment have been arranged, we know you will be eagerly ready for their release from jail. If no bail is posted an inmate may be held until arraignment. Arraignment generally takes place within two business days. As an example, if someone is arrested on Wednesday evening, they would generally be arraigned on the following Monday morning. Read more about what to expect.
Bail Fees and Payment Plans
If your loved one or friend’s bail amount has been set at $10,000, the signer (indemnitor) would have to pay $1,000 or 10% to post the bond. Our company is skilled in flexible bail bonds solutions. We never charge additional finance charges or extra fees and will always work with you to make the process as easy as possible. We’ve found that the majority of our clients like the option of paying by credit card. We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Read more about bail fees.
Your Bail Bonds Resource
With our company, you can quickly and easily handle all of the bail bond paperwork from the convenience of your own home. We can also have one of our licensed agents meet with you directly at your home, office or the jail where your friend or family member are being detained. We’re always happy to work within your needs. 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 for conspiracy charges.