Am I Eligible to Cosign for San Diego Bail Bonds?

My friend was arrested a few hours ago after he got in a fight at one of the downtown bars.  He’s 21 and he’s never been in trouble before.  I want to help bail him out of jail so his parents don’t find out about this.  I’m 19 and I have a job. Am I eligible to cosign for his bail bonds?

A reputable San Diego bail bondsman will not allow you to be the primary signer on your friend’s bail bonds. How long have you known this friend?  If this is someone you don’t know very well or if he’s someone you just met, you do not want to try to cosign for his San Diego bail bonds.

When you sign the bail bonds paperwork you’re not only taking responsibility for payment of the bail bonds fee, you’re also taking full legal responsibility that he’s going to go to court and finish his case. If he skips town, not only are you still on the hook for the bail bonds fees, you’ll also be on the hook to pay his full initial bail amount to the court as a penalty. For more information on how San Diego bail bonds work call our office now at 888-224-5266.

 

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