CA Bail Bond Company Offers 24 Hour Bail Bond Services in California

December 05, 2019
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ABC Bail Bonds, based in San Luis Obispo, California, has announced that they are now offering bail bond services in California 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are available 24/7 by phone and in-office during court hours. They can provide different types of bail bond products that include misdemeanor bonds, felony bonds, signature bonds, surety bonds, appeal bonds, and appearance bonds. More information about their services can be found at http://bailbondsabc.com/services/.

Greg Sullivan, owner of ABC Bail Bonds, says, “At ABC Bonding, we understand that many of the clients who call us are not familiar with bail bonds and how they work. That is why we will go out of our way to personally explain our products and our services to you so that you know exactly what you need before you leave our office or hang up the phone.”

In addition to the bonds, they also offer home appointments if requested and fax service for cosigners who are out of town. In special situations, they will drive defendants home after their release. And for those who are not yet in custody, ABC Bail Bonds has professionals who have the training to have warrants taken care of in the privacy of their office. Furthermore, they can also provide private investigations whenever such services are required.

They want to point out that bail is cash that is deposited for security of a bond that is issued by a surety company. While cash bail can usually be posted, clients often prefer to post bonds because they will only need to pay a percentage of the bail that has been set as a premium for the bond.

For the situation that the defendant skips out on bail, the surety company has the right to find and arrest the defendant when he or she is regarded as a fugitive. Upon arrest, the defendant will be taken into custody, and the contract will be considered null and void. The defendant will have to pay for all recovery efforts even though he or she has been surrendered into custody.

It should also be noted that defendants will not be able to get back the money if the case is exonerated or if they are imprisoned because posting the bond is a service. The actual purpose of the bail bond is to offer guarantees to the court that defendants will appear in court after bonds hearings. Because of the guarantee, the court will release the defendant from custody until the next court appearance or until there is a sentencing.

Meanwhile, ABC Bail Bonds also offers important information regarding bail bonds through the company’s blog. Their latest blog post, which can be found at https://bailbondsabc.com/can-a-judge-refuse-to-grant-bail/, is titled, “Can a Judge Refuse to Grant Bail?” and focuses on the possibility of a judge refusing to grant bail to an accused person. It should be noted that while the granting of bail is a presumed entitlement of a defendant, there are some exemptions and these are under the discretion of the judge in charge of the case.

There are several factors that a judge will consider when deciding to allow or deny bail in California. The first factor is that the person is accused of committing a crime. The second factor is that for the purpose of deciding about the bail, the person is presumed innocent, but the severity of the crime being charged matters for the purpose of ensuring safety. When the prosecution is able to provide convincing evidence and argument that allowing the accused to be released would present a danger to the public, then bail may be denied.

In summary, the decision to deny or grant bail would be dependent on the safety and security of other people in the community. In other words, the safety of the many will trump a person’s entitlement to bail.

Those who are interested in the bail bond services provided by ABC Bail Bonds in California can visit their website at http://bailbondsabc.com/, or contact them through the telephone or via email.



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About ABC Bail Bonds:

We offer a free to very client, & we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Bail bonds services include felony bonds, misdemeanor bonds, surety bonds, signature bonds, appearance bonds, and appeal bonds.

Contact ABC Bail Bonds:

Greg Sullivan
948 Santa Rosa St, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805)544-1000

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