Bail Bonds for Wire Fraud Charges

California Bondsman For Wire Fraud Charges

If someone you know has been arrested and jailed for wire fraud, call Patel Bail Bonds today. We understand the California jail systems and will work to have your friend or family member released as quickly as possible. Our professional agents can assist you with up-to-date information regarding their jail location, arrest and charges. We understand it may be a difficult time for you and your family which is why we offer the utmost confidentiality. Give us a call us Toll-free, 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288. When you work with us, we Â’ll work for you. With our company, you Â’ll always know what to expect prior to signing any paperwork.

Wire Fraud Charges – California Penal Code 18 USC 1343

If someone has committed wire fraud, they knowingly devised a scheme to defraud, or to obtain money or property by means of creating fraudulent pretenses, representations or promises that were transmitted via radio, wire or television communication. Further, in order to deliberately deceive in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain, they created writings, signs, signals, pictures or sounds in the means to execute such scheme. Punishment for wire fraud can lead to imprisonment for not more than five years, fines or both. However, if for any reason, the fraud affects a financial institution; the person can be fined not more than $1,000,000 or imprisoned for not more than 30 years or both. Wire fraud, which is a “white collar crime”, can lead to very serious consequences.

What is a Bail Bond?

Bail bonds are also known as “Surety bonds”. They are signed contracts between a licensed bail agent and the signer (indemnitor) or co-signers. Bail Bonds guarantee that the defendant will appear for their court appearances. Failure to appear, also known as a “skip”, will result in the signers of the bail bond (the indemnitor) to pay the full amount of the bond to the court.

Without bail bonds, people who have been arrested may be kept in jail until their arraignment or trial. At the arraignment the defendant is brought before a judge to hear the charges and enter a plea. This waiting time can often take up to a week or more. The defendantsÂ’ job, family or school responsibilities can be put in jeopardy. As an alternative, defendants have a bail bond posted so they can continue with their lives until the trial is complete. When released on bail, a defendant has opportunity to obtain legal counsel and will typically not see a judge for approximately one month.

Our Bail Services

When you call us, we’ll explain the arrest process and give you details about the booking and processing of an arrestee. Then, our company can quickly get you through the approval process in just a few minutes over the phone. You can handle all the paperwork conveniently by email, fax or we can make arrangements to meet with you directly at the jail. When you speak one-on-one with our professional bail agents they will answer your most pressing questions. Patel Bail Bonds offers a quick and easy application which can be handled from the comfort of your own home.

Court Instructions

Once bailed out, it is very important that both the indemnitor and the defendant make sure to attend every court date without fail. A warrant for the arrest of the defendant may be issued if they fail to appear in front of the judge. This is also called a “forfeiture”. Typically, a missed court appearance is a simple mistake which can be corrected with a few phone calls to our bail company.

If the Defendant is not Bailed Out

If the defendant is not bailed out or otherwise released, she or he will usually remain in custody until arraignment and potentially until the matter has been resolved in court. The benefit of being released on bail is that the defendant will have time obtain qualified legal services and present the case in a complete manner.

Bail Bond Fees

By law the California bail bond fee will cost 10% of the total amount of bail. As an example, if the bail amount is $20,000; you will be charged $2,000 from the bail bond company. This amount is non-refundable. While most of our clients choose to pay by major credit card, we also accept cash. Further, we make it easy by offering our clients several bail bond payment options to choose from.

California Bail Bond Resource

Tonya Page Bail Bonds will provide you with professional and courteous information for California jail bail bonds. Please call us to find out how we can assist you. Our Toll-free nationwide number is 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288, 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week. If you donÂ’t know where to start, we can always provide you with additional booking, charge and bail bond process information. We Â’ll help get your family member, friend or loved one out of jail today.