Residential and Commercial Burglary Bail Bonds
Residential or first degree burglary is an offense punishable by 2-6 years’ imprisonment in state prison. Commercial burglary or second degree burglary is a felony or misdemeanour that is punishable by a maximum of one year imprisonment in county jail. Those who unlawfully entered a house, apartment or any establishment privately inhabited or used by a person or organization could be charged with this crime. There are different bail bond amounts for this crime depending on the judge that looks into the case and the amount of evidences gathered against the defendant.
Basically, these offenses come with $30,000 and $15,000 for residential burglary and other burglaries, respectively. If the bail is in form of a bond, then the offender must be able to pay the court in full in order to temporarily go out of jail. They can have the money back once they meet the court’s requirements and obligations the court has set. Basically, this money serves as the guarantee for the court that the violator or the defendant appears in all scheduled court hearings. If he fails to do so, the court will seize the fund.
If you or your loved one was caught committing these violations, you must be able to secure the amount for the bond. If you don’t have the available funds, the bail bonds company can help you. They can pay the full amount in exchange of the defendant’s temporary freedom and some fees. You have to pay the bondsman for those funds with corresponding interest that may be about 10 percent of the total amount. Fortunately, there are many flexible options you may consider to cut a bit off your load when payment time comes. Also, many bail bonding agencies offer rates that are significantly lower than the usual rates.