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  • (661) 704-4235

  • 428 Truxtun Avenue Bakersfield, CA 93301

  • 24 Hours


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About Bakersfield

Do you live in Bakersfield?  Bail Hotline Bakersfield Bail Bonds proudly serves the area with an office that is conveniently located only minutes away from the county jail. Our staff specialize in both friendly customer service as well as a quick and efficient bail bonds process. We are also proud to say that the Bakersfield Bail Bonds has been helping inmates since June 2009.

If you need bail bonds in Bakersfield, we can help. Contact our bail bonds office by calling (661) 704-4235 or by filling out the form on this page, either way you will be able to reach the staff immediately, we are open 24/7. If you are ready to start the bail bond process to help your friend or loved one post bail in Bakersfield, please contact us now.

The city of Bakersfield is located in central California, situated at the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. Those individuals arrested in Bakersfield are typically housed at the Bakersfield Jail located at 1415 Truxtun Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93301. Bail Hotline Bakersfield Bail Bonds office has a professional staff ready to help you. We have been serving the Bakersfield community since 2009.

Bail Bonds, Liability and Co-Signers

Bail bonds are a tricky business. Most people don’t know how they work, how to get one, or even how much they cost. Today, we will discuss one important component of bail bonds: Co-signing. By the end of this post, you should know everything you need to know about setting up and becoming liable for a bail bond.

A co-signer, or indemnitor, has a number of responsibilities. To begin with, these are the people who contact a bail agency and coordinate the bond to make sure a defendant gets out of jail. When you do this, you will have to do a number of things.

First, you are responsible for paying the premium on a bail bond. Typically, a premium is a payment that equals 10 percent of the bond amount. This can be looked at like a service charge, or down payment, that is nonrefundable. It is important to note that bail bonds last a full year. If a hearing extends beyond a year, the co-signer has the choice to pay another premium equal to the first or not pay the premium, meaning the defendant will have to find another indemnitor or go back to jail. READ MORE…

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