San Diego Bail Information and Help
Each county has its own bail schedule, with judges having the authority to reduce or increase bail. Bail reduction motions can be made at the first appearance, so it is important to have an attorney gathering bail information before the first court appearance. We can help you now. We can gather information for an effective motion to lower bail.
Bail may be posted with cash directly to the court or through a bail bondsman. Generally, a bail bondsman requires 10% of the bail amount as his fee, plus collateral or equivalent to the amount of the bond. We can help you find a bail bondsman and often can get the fees or some of the collateral waived.
Contact us 24 hours a day for bail information, and we will promptly respond.