Bail Bonds Company

Fastest Bail Available

Need to cut loose a friend or family member from the pain of incarceration? Call us right now. We’re here to help with bail bonds service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our phone is always answered by one of our courteous, experienced bail agents. Our customer service is what makes us the best bail bonds company in Sacramento!

When someone has gone through an arrest and is sitting behind bars, it could have many negative consequences — including the loss of a job. We’re here to help prevent that from happening by doing the necessary paperwork to get your friend or loved one out of jail and back to normal life as quickly as possible. Freedom also allows the person to start working on their case, gathering evidence and working with an attorney in order to build a strong defense.

Cut Loose Bail Bonds has contacts within many judicial districts in the area. Our office is located in Placer County, near the freeway, so we can get around various counties quickly to help you.

For top-quality Sacramento bail bonds service, contact Cut Loose immediately! We’re in the business of helping people get out of jail fast.

Sacramento bail you can trust

The agents at Cut Loose Bail Bonds are highly trained in all aspects of California law as it pertains to the bail process. Important information for you to know: A bail bondsman¬†usually charges a client a percentage of the set bail amount. For example, if someone’s bail was established by the court at $1,000, the bail agency could charge the client 10 percent, or $100. This is the bail agency’s fee for services.

However, if the client can’t come up with the specified percentage, in some cases the agency will devise another option, such as a payment plan that allows the total to be paid off over time. We’re happy to go over the entire process with you, so feel free to call us right away.

How Does Bail Work?

Your legal right to get out of jail

dark jail cellThanks to the Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, citizens in this country have the right to fairness when it comes to setting bail: “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.”

The basic bail process goes as follows: After an arrest has been made, the defendant goes through the booking process at the police station, where he or she is fingerprinted, photographed and placed behind bars. There may be a window of time before the bail amount is set by a judge, but in other cases, bail is set right away.

Several things are taken into consideration when determining the bail amount. These include the seriousness of the charges, the person’s criminal background and ties to the community. If the bail amount is too much for the person to pay, a bail bonds agency will often step in to help. The bondsman pays the court the full amount of bail, while charging the defendant (or a loved one who is helping) a percentage, as a fee for services.

After those steps have been taken, the defendant will soon be free from jail until his or her court date. The full bail amount that is now in the court’s possession serves as a guarantee that the person will show up. If they do, the money is given back to the bail agency; it served its intended purpose.

If they don’t show up? The bonds agency has to forfeit the full amount of bail. But under law, the agent has every right to sue the defendant and track the person down to recover the agency’s loss of revenue.

If you or someone you know is in need of friendly, professional Sacramento bail bonds service, call us right away to get started. We’re here to help!

Felony Bail

Avoid sitting behind bars

judge gavel on deskBeing arrested on a felony charge can be a serious matter, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. You have a legal right to arrange for bail and to be free again as quickly as possible. Our bail agents are in the business of arranging for people to get out of jail — and we’re very good at what we do. On the other hand, we’re not in the business of making judgments about someone’s guilt or innocence. We wish everyone the best and we’ll work for your fast freedom.

In California, felonies are usually offenses that come with sentences of at least a year in jail. But the state also has a stipulation that allows for some crimes to be downgraded to “wobbler” status. Let’s say you’ve been arrested for grand theft auto. The judge could look at your criminal history and the specifics of the incident; if you’ve had a good record and the alleged crime wasn’t particularly violent, the judge could change the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor.

If you need to arrange for Sacramento bail bonds service for yourself or a loved one, call Cut Loose immediately. We’re here to help folks get out of jail 24/7.

Misdemeanor Bail

Reliable bail for misdemeanor charges

man on singular pathAs you probably know, a misdemeanor is considered a lesser offense than a felony. If you’ve been arrested for a misdemeanor, you will likely be sentenced to probation. And you may not need bail at all for this charge, but if you do, we’re here to help make arrangements.

A misdemeanor conviction in Sacramento carries with it a punishment of no more than one year behind bars and fines of around $1,000. Common misdemeanors include petty theft, vandalism, driving with a suspended license and driving under the influence.

If you have questions about how to arrange for Sacramento bail bonds, call Cut Loose now. We are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week and will quickly arrange for you, a friend or a loved one to get out of jail. We accept all major credit cards and offer the lowest legal rates in California, so let a reliable bondsman help you out!