Getting a Bail Bond After Fourth of July Arrest
Getting arrested on the Fourth of July is not fun. Not only do you have to deal with the normal stresses associated with being arrested, but you also have the added complication of trying to deal with things during a Federal holiday.
While the Fourth of July holiday does complicate things, it doesn’t make it impossible to get a California bail bond. It’s even possible that you will be home and celebrating the holiday with your family after a few hours.
The first thing you need to do is find out how much bail you owe. If the booking officer can give you an exact amount it means you don’t need a bail hearing. This is good news because the lack of required bail hearing means you do have a chance of being released from jail during the holiday.
The next thing you need to decide is if you and your loved ones can scrape up enough money to cover your bail. Since the banks are closed, this could be a little tricky. Don’t assume that just because you couldn’t find enough available cash, your hopes of getting quickly released from jail are over. All you have to do is contact a bail bonds agency.
Stick to bail agencies like Andy Moreno Bail Bonds in Visalia that are open 24/7. This includes federal holidays like the Fourth of July. When you contact Andy Moreno Bail Bonds in Visalia on the Fourth of July, you won’t be dealing with an automated service. You’ll immediately connect with a real person who also happens to be a bail bonds expert. They will explain how our 10% fee works, determine if you’re eligible for a 20% discount, and also help you understand what rules you will have to follow while you’re out on bail. This is a great opportunity to get answers to all of your bail-related questions.
Andy Moreno Bail Bonds in Visalia offers a zero-interest, flexible payment plan which comes in really handy during the holiday weekend. The payment plan provides you with some wiggle room if the holiday prevents you from making a sizeable withdrawal from the bank.
If you decide to work with Andy Moreno Bail Bonds in Visalia, we’ll quickly help you sign a contract, determine if you need to use anything for collateral, and start the bail bonds process. Under most circumstances, this takes hardly any time at all, though the holiday could complicate things a little bit. There will likely be a processing delay, but it should be a minimal delay.