About Bail Guy Bail Bonds
The founder and owner of Bail Guy Bail Bonds is A Ace Pierce (License # 1843703).
Below are Important Factors to Consider Before Selecting a Bail Bonds Company:
Bail Bonds Annual Premiums
Frequently, criminal cases can continue for longer than one year. Many bail bonds companies require clients to pay the premium again after the first year and every subsequent year if applicable. This is called an Annual Premium. Cases involving serious felonies can continue for many years with the potential to cost clients thousands of dollars every year. Bail Guy Bail Bonds Inc does not charge annual premiums. One bail bond, one premium for the life of the bond. No hidden costs, no up-sells, no nonsense.
Late File Premiums
After a person has been arrested and they appear in court, it then becomes the responsibility of the County District Attorney’s Office to file charges against the defendant. Sometimes the County District Attorney’s Office is not prepared to file charges due to a lack of evidence or they are simply too busy to file. If the County District Attorney’s Office does not file charges within 15 working days, the bail bond is automatically exonerated (released) as an operation of law. But, if the case is filed after the 15 days and the defendant is ordered back to a county court, they may still need a bail bond to remain free.