Ajua Bail Bonds of Fresno, California is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist those who have been arrested by getting their bail posted. Whether you or a loved one is in need of our services, we are committed to helping you through this stressful time to the best of our ability. Our team of experts combine resources, experience, skills, and training to get the bail bond in order and delivered to the jail as quickly as possible. We are discreet and sympathetic to your situation as we get your bail bond in order quickly and efficiently.
Motor Vehicle Theft VS Grand Theft Auto
Ajua Bail Bonds covers bail needed for vehicle theft. The State of California takes vehicle theft very seriously. The penalties are the most severe possible in fines and jail time. Vehicle theft is a separate charge from grand theft. If the vehicle theft didn’t get categorized as grand theft, if convicted the consequences are still harsh and getting your bail bond is priority. The sooner you can get out of jail, the quicker you can get your attorney retained, your defense in place, and your personal life in order.
Motor Vehicle Theft Definition
Vehicle theft is defined as a person that takes another person’s vehicle without their consent, with the intent of not giving the possession back to the owner, even if it is just temporary. In a nutshell, if you take a person’s vehicle without their consent, even if you plan on returning it, you have committed vehicular theft. If anyone is in the party or an accomplice to the crime is in violation of the law. Charges are far more serious if theft involves emergency vehicles and modified vehicles for disabled persons.
Bail for Auto Theft Crimes
Each county’s Superior Court sets forth their individual bail schedules, so every bail amount will vary. Thanks to the bail schedule, bail agencies, such as Ajua Bail Bonds, can get the accused out of jail within hours without first having to see a judge in many cases, for a mere fraction of the face amount of the bail.
Penalty for Stealing a Car
A vehicular theft conviction can vary in fines and jail time. Strictly speaking, vehicular theft can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony. A misdemeanor charge can be sentenced up to 1 year of jail time and up to a $5,000 fine. If the defendant has been convicted of a similar felony before, steals an emergency vehicle or vehicle modified for a disabled person, or steal a vehicle worth a certain amount of money, a felony charge is typically assessed. A conviction will result in prison of 2-4 years and a fine that can reach up to $10,000.
Bail Bonds for Motor Vehicle Auto Theft Charges in Selma & Fresno County, Atwater & Merced County, Visalia & Tulare County, Hanford & Kings County, Madera County and the Central Valley of California
The `State of California severely punishes for vehicular theft upon conviction. If you have been accused and arrested for this crime you will want Ajua Bail Bonds to come and post your bail bond as soon as possible to get your defense working. Call Ajua Bail Bonds as soon as possible so we can do our part!