Summer is finally here. Yet instead of enjoying pool parties, golf outings, camping trips and long boat rides into the Pacific Ocean, you’ve managed to get arrested. If you don’t settle the case right away by pleading guilty, you could easily spend the entire summer in jail while you wait for your case to slowly wind its way through the court system.
Or, you could contact Brentwood Bail Bonds and find out how we can get you out of jail and reunited with your loved ones. We feel that it’s an easy decision.
Contacting Brentwood Bail Bonds is simple. We offer completely free consultations and are available 24/7. All you have to do is call 925-228-5858 or click the Chat With Us now link. As soon as you do that, you’ll immediately connect with an experienced bail bond agent who will not only answer all of your questions but will also explain what documentation you need and how to handle signing a contract while you’re in jail. You won’t believe how easy it is to contact us, how quickly we move and how soon we can have your bail bond processed.
We assure you, that we move as quickly as we can when it comes to getting you out of jail. We don’t want you sitting in a jail cell for any longer than necessary. Most of the time it only takes a few hours to complete the process, but there are times that the process goes slower. This usually happens when the courts are either extremely busy or when they’re experiencing a staffing shortage.
Are you worried that once we’ve posted your bail bond you’ll spend the summer on house arrest and can’t help thinking that it doesn’t sound much better than being in jail? The truth is that it depends on the types of conditions the judge attached to your bail. If they have made wearing a GPS monitoring system and being home at specific times a condition of your bail, you’ll have to follow those directives. On the other hand, if no conditions were attached to your bail, you’re free to spend your time at the beach, the parks and hanging out with your loved ones. Either way, you’ll enjoy the summer more when you’re free on a bail bond as opposed to spending it inside a jail cell.