The idea that someone you care for has been arrested by a member of the Berkeley Police Department can be a very scary thing. Most people don’t have any exposure to the California bail bonds industry and they have concerns about how much bail bonds cost and whether they’ll need to post collateral before the defendant can get out of jail.
When it comes to collateral, in most cases, a bondsman will not require collateral unless bail is very high, or if the cosigners are requesting a low down (or zero down) bail bonds payment plan option, with a lower monthly payment. If collateral is required, the bondsman will keep the collateral until the bail bonds premium is fully paid and the defendant’s case is over. Our company offers many no collateral bail bonds options for our clients and we’re happy to help you understand what your options are.
If you have questions about how bail bonds collateral works, or the types of collateral bail bonds agencies will accept, call our office now at 888-224-5266.
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