Bail Costs in Beverly Hills
State bail costs are constantly regulated by the state of California. California has a set state bail bond cost, and it is usually 10% of the decreed amount. This is determined by the California Department of Insurance. Be wary of any company that offers you bail bonds for less than 10%, because they are in violation of law and may not even be licensed. If you have any doubts about a business, always look at the BBB to be sure they are legal.
Be aware that most bail bonds agents will ask for collateral as a guarantee that the defendant will be at their court dates. Sometimes this is cash, and at others, this is property. After your trial is complete, this collateral must be returned to you.
There are many types of bail bonds options and ways to get released from jail, so talk to a specialized bail bonds agent in your area to find out what might be best for your individual case.
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