15 Sep The Truth About Riverside Bail Bonds
The truth about bail bonds is that for anyone out on bail through a bail bond is more likely to abide by their release terms, conditions, and agreements. They’re more likely to show up for their court dates. They’re more likely to meet all bail bond payment deadlines. They’re more likely to enroll and complete guidance sessions or community service. Why? Because they are well aware that loved ones are literally putting money down for them, banking on their belief that the defendant is a good and honest person who made this one mistake and is not a repeat offender. The defendant knows that loved ones are putting their money, assets, and good word at risk, all for them and the trouble they caused. Their loved ones aren’t obligated to offer this generous service, but they’re doing it.
Riverside Bail Bonds also believes the good in defendants and believes in their right to bail. We won’t hesitate to help with that part, no matter who the defendant is and what they were arrested for.
We provide free consultations and can answer any and all questions you may have, even if you don’t currently need a bail bond just yet. Or if you do need one, we’ll definitely get started on papers immediately so that your loved one can come home as soon as possible.