When someone is arrested by a member of the San Jose Police Department on gun possession charges, you’ll want to contact a Santa Clara bondsman right away.
California gun possession charges will be charged as a felony and most of our clients prefer to bail their loved ones out of jail ASAP. When a defendant posts bail bonds in Santa Clara County, their first court appearance, which is called the arraignment, will generally be pushed back by about a month. This will allow the defendant to have extra time to hire an attorney and gather documents and/or evidence that can help support their case.
If you have questions about gun possession bail bonds and would like more information about how California bail bonds work, we can help. Call our office now at 888-224-5244 to speak directly with a San Jose bail bonds agent. Someone is here to take your call at any time, day or night, 365-days a year.
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