Zig-Zag Bail Bonds FAQ’s
Marin County Bail Bondsman at Zig-Zag Bail Bonds are officers of the court. Similar to other agencies, our job is to make sure that a defendant complies with all required court dates. Most defendants can file a motion to reinstate their bail and don’t always have to be placed back into jail. It’s important to note that The United States of America’s constitution gives everyone the right to Marin County bail bonds.
Call 415-479-6600 to get assistance from a friendly Zig-Zag Bail Bond of San Rafael associate.
Anyone who is eligible for a Marin County bail bond can call Zig-Zag Bail Bonds of San Rafael to inquire about what is required to get bailed out of jail. In most cases a cosigner is required in Marin County, however, occasionally, no cosigner is required. The Marin County bail bonds scale has been raised on most charges. For this reason, Zig-Zag Bail Bonds San Rafael offers interest-free financing OAC. This website contains links to all jails including Marin County Jail. We have a convenient location to serve you. For San Rafael and Marin County bail bonds we are located at Zig-Zag Bail Bonds: 48 N. San Pedro #202, San Rafael, CA 94903.
All of the information that our clients provide to Zig-Zag Bail Bonds San Rafael is completely confidential. This includes the information of cosigners, defendants and anyone else that is involved in your transaction.
Call Zig-Zag Bail Bonds. We are a Marin County bail bonds company that offers free mobile service and is open twenty-four hours a day for any Marin County bail bond advice. While Zig-Zag Bail Bonds specializes in bail bonds San Rafael, bail bonds Mill Valley, bail bonds Novato and bail bonds Vallejo, and we are also willing to work with you for your nationwide bail bond needs. With over 30 years of bail bond experience, we are proud to professionally provide services for San Rafael bail bonds in the greater Marin County area as well as nationwide. Zig-Zag Bail Bonds would ask that you please read all forms before signing them and if you have any questions at all about the Marin County bail bonds process, please give us a call at 415-479-6600. We look forward to being your bail bonds agents at Zig-Zag Bail Bonds Marin County.
We can help you finance the 15% premium if you cannot raise the money. The loan process only takes half an hour to complete. Once the bail bond has been posted, the inmate release process can take anywhere from 3 to 12 hours depending on how busy the jail is and whether or not it is a holiday or after hours. The money spent on a bail bond will be exonerated at the end of the court case, minus any fees and charges.
Why Use A Bail Bond?
The four most common types of bail bonds are:
Release on Own Recognizance – With this type of bail bond, no money is exchanged. Basically, it means that the person has no criminal record and is not believed to be a flight risk. They are released from jail on their own merit. Most people who receive ROR are those who have been employed for long periods of time or have an exemplary reputation in the community.
Cash Bonds – A cash bail bond is one where the full amount of bail is posted upfront, in cash. This type of bond goes through a verification process to ensure the money was legally received.
Property Bonds – Property bonds are secured by actual property such as real estate, jewelry, vehicles, etc. The total amount of the property must be at least 150 times the value of the bond and the title must be free and clear with no liens.
Citation Release – A citation release is used for traffic tickets and other violations. The court date is written on the ticket. The citation takes the place of an actual arrest.
In many cases, the above options do not apply. A “security” bond is normally what most people need. This involves a written contract that acts much like an insurance policy which states that if the bail bonds agent agrees to bail out the defendant, the co-signer will pay 15% of the total bond amount and the defendant will be released from jail as long as they guarantee they will make any scheduled court dates.