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Understanding the bail process:

Quick Bail Bonds Covina will make sure you fully understand the consequences and any recourse you might have. We don’t use intimidation or any unscrupulous tactics. We want the procedure to be as painless as possible for the friends and family of the arrested suspect.

After being arrested, the suspect is taken to a holding cell and processed into the court system. After the charges are confirmed, the bond will be set by the local magistrate, provided there are no pending charges from a previous incident and that a capital crime allegedly has not been committed. An arraignment hearing will be conducted at which time a judge will determine bond based on risk factors surrounding the suspect. Is the suspect a risk to flee and not return to court? Is the defendant a risk to other people?

Once the bail bond is determined our friendly professionals can get to work. We will need two pieces of information to help: the suspect’s full name the name of the jail the suspect is being held in. Be sure to bring proper identification.

 

Timeline and cost of posting:

While the process might take hours, our agents can take care of paperwork and communication to release the suspect much faster, sometimes in 45 minutes or so. The quicker the paperwork is filed and the bond is posted, the quicker the suspect will be able to be released. Once bail is posted, the defendant will be released.

Courts often accept 10% of the bond amount before a suspect is released. Bond can be paid with a credit card or cash, but sometimes a loan is necessary. We work with you on an affordable option where often no collateral is required.

We will make sure you are aware of the exact amount, fees and the consequences should the suspect not return at the appointed court date and time. The cost of bail bonds will depend on each individual case with factors such as the charges, criminal history, references and financial and other “risks”. In the California area, bail bond costs usually worth around the 10% of the full amount of the bail. The California Department of Insurance regulates the fees.

We treat everyone with respect and assure you that we will work as quickly as possible to get your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible.

City of Covina

 

Phillips opened his tract in January 1885, preceding the Southern California land boom by several years. On July 4, 1885, a large crowd attended a picnic and free barbeque he gave on the banks of Walnut Creek. There were patriotic speeches, a band concert and rides on a merry-go-round. In the evening, supper tables were set up along Citrus and there was dancing in a tent.

After the civil war, more settlers began to arrive in the Azusa Valley as the East San Gabriel Valley was then called. Some purchased land from Henry Dalton or Phillips. Others homesteaded on Henry Dalton’s disputed acres above San Bernadino Road.

 

There hardy pioneers cleared cactus, giant sunflowers and caster beans to build a farming community. Phillips brought water to his tract by building a ditch from the San Gabriel Canyon to Covina. Daniel houser, inventor of the combined harvester, helped pay for the ditch.

At first, farmers from the East and the Midwest wanted the crops they knew-grain, vegetables and deciduous fruit. Pioneer nurseryman John Coolman, Michael Baldridge, James R. Hodges, Madishon Bashor, J.R. King, G.W. Lee and A.L. Keim started Covina’s citrus industry by raising seedlings in their nurseries, often bringing barrels of water from the canyon to water them by hand. Gradually, tiny trees covered bare land. These nurserymen planted groves for absentee owners and tended them until the owners moved to Covina.

 

As time went on, citrus became the major crop. The growers realized that transportation and improved marketing would make their industry grow.

 

Azusa, Covina and Glendora formed the first Citrus association to pack and market their fruit. Community leaders persuaded the Southern Pacific to bring a line to Covina. Later they persuaded the Pacific Electric to also provide service.

In 1894, James Lewis Matthews from Manitoba, Canada rode a buckboard into the little village of Covina where he had been hired as a printer. Three months later, he bought the business and for 50 years as Argus editor and publisher, he became Covina’s most energetic booster. He published special holiday editions with pictures of Covina’s beautiful ranches and homes for subscribers to mail to friends and family back home.

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Address:

678 S 1st Ave #1

Covina, CA 91723

 

TEL:

(626) 722-5267

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Mon-Sun 12:00 am - 12:00 am

 

 

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Serving Covina & West Covina jails

 

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Once the jailer gets the results from the live scan back, he or she will then determine if the defendant is cleared to be released from the West Covina Jail via a bail bond. Once you contact us at West Covina Bail Bonds, we will assign you one of our highly trained agents so they could handle everything regarding your situation personally.

In the initial conversation, our agent will ask you for the arrestee’s name and date of birth as well as your relationship to the defendant.Once the agent has this information, he or she will contact the jailer to gather all of the information about the arrest as well as the bail information such as the dollar amount and whether or not he or she is cleared to begin the bail bond process.

 

 

The next step after that will be for the agent to contact you and set up a time and place to meet up to fill out and sign some paperwork that will be needed by the jailer in order for the defendant to be released from the West Covina Jail by means of a bail bond.

Once all of the paperwork is completed , the agent will turn in the paperwork to the jailer, who will then begin and complete the West Covina Jail Release process which will usually take anywhere from 45 minutes to a few hours depending on how busy the jail is.

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