California Bondsman Serving White Collar Crimes
If your friend, loved one or perhaps an associate has been charged with a “white collar crime”, what does that mean? White collar crimes are typically committed by people in the workplace, entrepreneurs, public officials or business professionals. Maybe they attempted to gain money, property or other items by fraud or misleading circumstances. We understand people often make poor judgment decisions, especially in the current economy. Or, perhaps there has simply been a misunderstanding.
Our company has helped many people who have faced these types of charges. If you need assistance with a bail bond, let us be your first choice. We understand the California jail systems and will work quickly and efficiently to have them released from jail and back home. Call a professional bondsman, toll free 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288.
WeÂ’ll clearly explain the bail process and get moving forward with the bail bond right away. We want you to feel confident in knowing we are a family business with several years of experience behind us.
White Collar Crime Charges
There are several charges known as a “white collar crimes”. Typically, white collar crimes are non-violent acts. However, this does not mean the seriousness of these charges are in any way lessoned. The penalty for being convicted for a white collar crime can include large fines, restitution, home detention, supervised release, jail time, prison time and more. If you are charged with a federal white collar crime your professional career and hard earned reputation could be permanently damaged.
Some white collar crime charges include:
- cyber crimes
- Environmental Crimes
- Identity Theft
- Mail Fraud
- Tax Evasion
- Wire Fraud
Booking and Arrest
When an individual is arrested on a white collar crime, they will likely be transported to a local police station where they will be photographed, interviewed, fingerprinted, and booked into the jail computer system. ItÂ’s highly likely that a long period of time will pass prior to the computer system being updated. Should you attempt to contact the jail too quickly after they have been arrested, you may find that they are not in the system yet. This process is normal as the pre-booking period takes time run its own course.
ItÂ’s great to know with our company, everything can be handled from the comfort of your own home. It only takes just a few minutes over the phone to get started with the bail bond application and approval process. To quickly receive the paperwork, all you need is a fax, or email. Our 24 hour, on-call, bail agents can also meet with you at your work, home or the jail where the defendant is being detained. When the bail bond paperwork and payment have been completed, we are available for your questions or to follow-up 24 hours a day. You may find our FAQÂ’s about bail bonds helpful. We want you to feel confident knowing that we are a family business with several years of experience behind us, your needs always come first.
Bail Bond Amounts, Fees and Costs
Bail bond fees are regulated by the Department of Insurance. Bail amounts are set according to the charges and are known as the “Bail Schedule”. The bail schedule in California is established pursuant to the Uniform Bail Procedures Committee and approved by the judges of the Superior Court of California.
A bail bond for any crime, including white collar crime in California costs 10% of the total bail amount. That means if the bail amount is $50,000 it will fee of $5,000 to bail an inmate out of jail. The cost of the premium is non-refundable. Our company always offers flexible financing for those who qualify and can usually do a bond without having to use collateral. We accept all major credit cards; however we donÂ’t accept checks at this time. Read more about our bail bond fees, costs and responsibilities.
We will help you to clearly understand all of the details and responsibilities, before you decide to bail someone out of jail on white collar crime charges. As the indemnitor, (bail bond signer) you will jointly promise (along with our company) to the court the defendant will not miss any of their court appearances. Once you have decided to move forward, you will be required to sign minimal, state-required paperwork and make payment for the bond. Bail bonds typically require payment prior to the arrestees release from jail. However, Patel Bail Bonds is often able to offer payment plans.
White Collar Crime Bail Bonds
When you Â’re ready, a bail bondsman will work quickly and efficiently to assist in moving the bail process forward. At Patel Bail Bonds, we offer no-cost consultations and will provide you additional arrest, jail and bail amount information anytime over the phone.
Call today to speak one-on-one with one of our bail bond agents, 24/7 at Toll-free, nationwide (877) 224-5266. It only takes one phone call. Find out how we can help you.