Bondsman Serving Larceny Charges
If someone you know has been charged with larceny, it is a serious crime. Larceny is a form of theft. We can offer 24 hour bail bond assistance and have them released from jail quickly and efficiently. This will give them time to take care of family issues and get a lawyer if needed. We offer the knowledge and experience to handle any California charge. Let our professional and courteous agents help you at 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288. We Â’ll take the time to answer any question about the bail bonds process.
Larceny Charges – California Penal Code 484
Larceny is charged when a person intentionally and/or fraudulently removes the property, goods or money of another without their knowledge or permission. Larceny is also called a form of “white collar crime”. In many states, if the property taken is less than $500, the crime will be considered “petty theft”, however if it is more than $500, it will be considered “Grand Theft” and may likely be charged as a felony.
Bail Schedule and Release
Bail amounts are set according to the charges and are known as the “Bail Schedule.” In California the bail schedule is set pursuant to the Uniform Bail Procedures Committee and approved by judges of the Superior Court.
Often times, the smaller California jails will not hold a detainee for very long. Instead, the individual may be transferred to a larger facility. A defendant being transferred will result in further processing. Once processed, the detainee may be bailed out of jail. We always recommend bailing someone out while they are still being held in the smaller jail facility for a much faster release. Most bail bonds can be posted at any one of the California County jails 24 hours a day.
The Benefits of Posting Bail
It is usually in the best interest of the defendant to have bail posted as quickly as possible. This way, they can return to their family, job, school and other obligations while taking care of important business. They may also have the opportunity to obtain legal representation. This gives them more time to prepare for court hearings and present their best case possible. If they are not be bailed out, they will have to remain in custody until their case is heard in court.
If bail for the defendant has not yet been established, we may be able to provide you with an idea of the bail amount. After reviewing your circumstances and ensuring that you understand your responsibilities in bailing some one out of jail as the indemnitor, we will email or fax you the bail documents. Our company will quickly get you through the approval process in just a few minutes over the phone. We offer an easy application process which can be handled from the convenience of your own home. We also offer the additional convenience of meeting with you at the jail or we Â’ll come directly to your home or office. ItÂ’s all up to you. Several of our clients choose the option of paying by credit card as it is the fastest way to process the bond.
The Cost of a Bail Bond
In California, the average cost of a bail bond is approximately $20,000. The legal fee for a bail bond in California is 10% of the total amount of the bail. Our company is skilled in creative bail bond solutions. For those who need to set up payment plans or who are not quite sure if they qualify for a bail bond, we can help. 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.
Bail Bonds in California
We know it may be difficult deciding on a reputable bail bondsman. We have many years of experience in the California bail industry. Let our courteous, caring and professional agents help you today. Call our Toll-free, nationwide number at 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288 any time day or night. We Â’re open 24 hours a day to help you with all your California jail bail bond needs.