Need Affordable Bail Bonds? We can help you!
While we can’t offer it to everyone, clients who meet our approval process are entitled to zero-down payment plans. The approval process involves having good credit and a reliable source of income. Our flexible bail bonds payment program is just one of the reasons you should turn to Lancaster Bail Bonds when you need help covering your bail.
Payment Plan Bail Bonds in Lancaster
Here at Lancaster Bail Bonds, we understand exactly how difficult a single arrest, even for minor charges, can be on your budget and we want to help.
The first way we help is by reducing how much bail money you need before you’re released. Rather than paying the entire amount, which is what you’d have to do if you decide to bail yourself out of jail, all you have to do is pay us 10% of whatever your bail is. That 10% is the only fee we charge.
We understand that in some cases, the 10% is difficult to come up with. Don’t assume that just because you don’t have 10% of the required bail that you’re out of luck. We still have some more options that are designed to make your life easier.
The first thing we try to do is set up a flexible payment plan. The goal of this payment program is to ease your financial burden as much as possible. The payment plan is fully customizable so that you have the best chance of staying on top of all your financial obligations.
Our outstanding California bail bonds services include:
☑ 20% discounts for some applicants
☑ Flexible payment plans
☑ Simple contracts
☑ No hidden fees
☑ Qualify for N0-Down bail bond
☑ Fast Service
☑ Completely discretion
☑ Mobile Bail Agents
To learn more about posting bail in California, call us at 661-949-9999 or click the Chat With Us link.
How Judges Set Bail Prices
In each state, judges are responsible for setting bail amounts for arrested people. This is called a “bail schedule” and each bail price is based on the severity of the crime.
When it comes to bail set for every individual, the price will also be based on whether the defendant has a prior criminal history, how many connections they have within the community, and how much of a flight-risk they are. The judges must consider the safety of the public before allowing a defendant to be eligible for bail. The defendant must also be reliable enough to show up for his or her court-appointed dates.
The bail schedule is reviewed regularly for any necessary changes, additions, or subtractions necessary. Defendants have the right to non-excessive bail, which the judges must abide by. Yet, it will still seem like many bail amounts are expensive – but that’s because bail in general is expensive. It’s (literally) the price one must pay for their hurtful, illegal, dangerous actions.