Why You Should Work With a Bail Bonds Agency
The main reason Riverside Bail Bonds exists is because the world is full of people just like yourself who simply can’t afford to post bail for themselves or a loved one.
If you need to bail yourself of a loved one out of jail, there are several reasons you should consider approaching Riverside Bail Bonds rather than trying to raise the funds yourself.
A Bail Bond Puts Less Strain on Your Financial Situation
Judges want to set a bail that’s high enough that the defendant will want to make all of their court appearances rather than simply blowing off the dates. The problem is that the bail is often set way higher than the defendant can afford. That’s where a bail bonds agent comes into the picture.
If you post the bail yourself, you’ll have to pay the entire amount. If you sign one of our contracts, all you have to come up with is 10% of the required amount. That’s it. Just 10%. The catch is that the 10% is our fee so you won’t get it back when you’re case concludes.
We do offer a 20% discount to anyone who is a member of the military, getting the representation of a private attorney, or is an AARP member.
Return Home Sooner
When you post bail yourself, there is often a great deal of money juggling, contacting friends/family for a loan, and trying to withdraw money from various accounts. You might even have to wait for your next paycheck to arrive.
When you use Riverside Bail Bonds, we’ll start the process of getting you out of jail as soon as the paperwork is filled out. We also have a solid understanding of the local procedures, who handles the bail at the court house, how to quickly fill out the correct documentation, and everything else to drastically shorten the process. You won’t believe how fast we get you out of jail.
We’re a Resource
The entire process of being arrested and released on bail is confusing. It’s perfectly natural to not realize that you have questions until a few more days have passed. We have the knowledge, patience, and willingness to answer any questions you have. We’ll explain the rules and conditions attached to your bail bond, help you understand when you need to appear in court, and deal with any other questions that come up.