Bail Bonds for Embezzlement

California Bondsman For Embezzlement Charges

The transferring of money or property illegally for one’s own personal use is typically termed as Embezzlement. If someone you know has been arrested and jailed on embezzlement charges, we can help.

We offer our clients 24 hour service and support. We have years of experience working with California jails. We’ll have your friend our family member released and back at home as quickly as possible.

Let a professional California bondsman guide you through the bail process. Give us a call at 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288. When you’re in need a bail bond specialist, we’re available 24 hours a day to answer all of your questions.

You may not know much about the bail bonds process, or what happens when someone is charged with embezzlement, but our licensed agents will always take the time to listen and discuss every option with you.

Embezzlement Charges & Crimes – California Penal Code 503

When someone steals small or large amounts of money, property or other valuable collateral over time or someone commits credit card fraud, creates false documents or records, false accounting sheets, and conceals a theft of this nature for any personal use, they will be charged with embezzlement (503 P.C.).

People such as employees of a company, clerks, letter carriers, or those who have special access to company funds who misappropriate them will be arrested and jailed for embezzlement. Embezzlement is also known as a ‘white collar crime.’ Charges may include time in county jail, state or federal imprisonment, parole, probation, judgment, restitution to pay the victims of the embezzlement, large fines and prison time of up to 20 years depending upon the value of assets embezzled and other considerations.

Release from Jail

Release from most California jails can take anywhere from 4 to 12 hours or more depending upon the number of inmates at the jail facility and how busy the staff is. California Penal Code §851.5 establishes the right of a person arrested to make at least 3 free local phone calls upon being booked: one to an attorney, one to a bail bond agent, and one to a family member, or personal friend. After the individual has been booked, they may be released from jail on bail bond or otherwise or they may be held until arraignment if no bail is posted. 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.

Options to Choose From

Several of our clients are from different areas of California or may even be located out of state. That’s not a problem for our company. When you contact us, we’ll ask a few quick questions to begin the bail process. We offer an easy application which can be handled from the comfort of your own home. We will quickly get you through the approval process in just a few minutes over the phone. A fax or e is all you need.

Bail Costs in California

By law, a bail bond in California costs a fee of 10%. This is a non-refundable percentage of the total amount of the bail. For example, should the bail amount be $15,000, your portion will be $1,500. It’s as easy as that. There are no additional taxes or added on fees ever added. We’ll let you know the exact cost of the bond before anything is written.

What Is Your Responsibility?

Should you choose to bail someone out of jail, you will be named as the indemnitor. This means that you will assume full responsibility that the individual (defendant) will show up for their court dates. If for some reason, they fail to appear, you will be held responsible in assisting the bail bond company in locating them and returning them to court. Should the defendant not be located, you will be responsible for paying the total amount of bail. Keep in mind that the majority of bail bond issues such as these can be easily resolved. Rarely, do they escalate beyond a simple phone call to straighten out the situation.

We’ll Bail You Out With Care

With satisfied clients all over the state of California, we have what it takes to help you. We’ll explain every detail while moving through the bail process with you quickly and easily. Call Patel Bail Bonds at Toll-free, nationwide 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288 for caring, professional, experienced bail service for all California jails.

We can provide you with discreet information about bail bonds on embezzlement charges.