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Posted on December 2, 2014

Posting Bail on a Warrant

Most Wanted   Not many people get up in the morning and think how great an arrest warrant issued for them would make their day. Few people  plan to be arrested or want to have an warrant for them, but it happens to regular law abiding people everyday of every year. If a warrant has been issued for your arrest there are things you should know about to protect your rights and avoid jail if possible. Law Enforcement can arrest a person without a warrant under special circumstances (officer witnessing the crime)  otherwise a warrant for your arrest must be issued.


Posting Bail on a Warrant

Fortunately some warrants have a bail amount assigned to them. In those cases it could possibly allow the defendant to have Vista Bail Bonds post a bail bond for that warrant at the Sheriff’s Department an avoid arrest. Most felony warrants do not have this option and some warrants are “No Bail.” If your warrant allows you to post a bail bond, there are a two ways to do it.

Surety Bail Bond for Warrant

Getting a bail bond through Vista Bail Bonds is the most popular option that people choose  avoiding arrest on their warrant. Contact  Vista Bail Bonds and we can help you determine the status of your warrant and the options available to you.  If a bail bond can be posted on your behalf, then we can post that bond ensuring your continued freedom. The cost to post bail on a warrant is 10%  of the bail amount posted.  After the bail bond is posted with the Sheriff, they will recall your warrant and you will be assigned a court date and time you will need to appear in court.

Cash Bond for Warrant

First check in with the court, give your case number and/or name and date of birth so the court can determine which options apply to the warrant.  In certain specific cases you can “Post and Forfeit” the warrant; meaning you pay the full bail and the warrant is recalled and the case is closed. Bail can be posted with cash only. The court will hold your money until your case is sentenced, after which point the bail money posted will be returned by the court, minus court costs if agreed, 30 to 90 days later.

If a Warrant is No-Bail

If there is no predetermined bail set on your warrant there are still  a few possibilities that might be available options for you to attempt.

You can request the court clerk to put you on the walk-in warrant calendar if applicable.  Unfortunately some courts don’t have this option because of their “no court surrender” order put on the warrant.  If this order has not been attached to your warrant, you may be allowed to appear in the court where your case originated from and ask to place you on that days court calender. Then if a bail is set you can either post it with your cash or our surety by contacting Vista Bail Bonds.

Of course the defendant accused should save everyone time and trouble and turn them-self  in to law enforcement, which would look better to the court and save  time in the end.  Surrendering yourself  to law enforcement can be an uncomfortable experience, especially when you are unsure about the status of your warrant. You may be surprised and be released on your own recognizance or, depending on the warrant, you could remain in custody until the court either releases you or determines you are eligible to bail.

 Just Don’t Do It

              But If You Do……

                     Call  Vista Bail Bonds….. We Get You Out….FASTER!!!

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