California State Law Provides for Bail



Penal Code Section 1268 allows for bail in the State of California. The law reads as follows: 

                "Admission to bail is the order of a competent Court or magistrate that the defendant be discharged from actual custody upon bail."


A Bail Bond allows a defendant to be released to the custody of the bondsman in lieu of remaining in custody through the duration of his or her trial.  Blondies Bail Bonds believes in upholding the right of each individual and will accomodate our conditions of release in order to meet the needs and goals of our clients.


Upon release from custody on a bail bond a premium is charged at the standard rate of 10%. Blondies is pleased to be able to offer its clients a reduced rate of 8% now approved by the California Department of Insurance. Please view our Pricing and Payment Options page for more information.  If you believe you qualify for the reduced rate, please inquire with any of our helpful agents.  We are pleased to be able to walk you through the process.


Regardless of your situation, give us a call, we may be able to help. Bail bonds are issued by licensed "Bail Agents" who specialize in their underwriting and issuance. Bail agents act as the appointed representatives of licensed surety insurance companies, and our agents at Blondies are here to help. Whether you have a 1275 hold, or you are not aquianted with the bail process, our agents are experienced in the industry, and can help familiarize you with the bail.


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