Clients use our professional licensed service because we have experience and are able to give bail advice for many different situations. Each arrest/charge is different and this means the bail agency must be well versed on Stanislaus County laws, the arrest process and what it will take to have the person released from the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center Dentention Facility Units.
We are professionals and treat each of our clients with respect and are personally available 24/7. You can be confident when calling that your call will be directed to one of our experienced Bondsmen who are the leading authority in Stanislaus County bail bonds. We can also contact you at any place that is convenient for you.
You usually only have to wait a few hours for a judge to set your bail amount. In California, a person’s bail can be set any time of the day or night and on any day of the week. If you are attempting to bail a loved one out of jail you must wait for the booking process and bail hearing to take place before you can attempt to bail them out of the Public Safety Center. Once they have been booked into jail, you can usually call the Stanislaus Country Public Safety Center Dentention Units or you can contact us to find out inmate information, including their bail amount.
When someone is arrested and taken into custody by law enforcement, their first stop is going to be the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center.
This is where fingerprints and photos are taken and a background check is conducted. It can take from 1 to 8 hours to complete.
Once bail has been set, an inmate can either post bail to get out of jail before their trial, or they can simply wait in custody until their trial date.
Next thing you should do is call and speak with a licensed, professional bail bondsman. We will ask a few quick questions to get it started.
Once the necessary paperwork has been filled out and payment has been arranged, a bail bondsman will be sent to the jail to post the bond.
Once the paperwork is completed, and the bond has been paid for, the agent will post the bond and the defendant will be released on bail.
Depending on the circumstances, a person’s bond can be very expensive. If you are worried about the cost, come talk to our team of professional bail bondsman. We offer several payment options and will help you find the right one that will fit into your budget. In order to serve you better, we have agents at or near the Stanislause County Public Safety Center and we are available 24/7. So, no matter what time of the day it is,
you can rest assured that we will be here to help you and your loved ones get back home as soon as possible.
If you or someone you know has been recently incarcerated in Stanislaus County Jail, we can help you right now. When you get arrested in Stanislaus County, a judge will set your bail for a certain amount of money. This helps to ensure that you will come back to court to settle your case in the future. When a judge sets your bail, you are required to pay it before you can leave the Public Safety Center Detention Units. When you give us a call, our agents will promptly review the entire situation and come up with the best, complete and affordable plan of action for you.
If you need a superior, reputable Bail Bonds company for posting bail for a family or friend give us a call. We will walk you through the entire process over the phone, and finish by posting the bond in a timely manner so your family or friend do not have to spend much time in jail.
We provide full service bail bond services, and offer bail bonding at the greatest rates in Stanislaus County.
The requirements for posting someone’s bail are fairly simple. First and foremost, the cosigner must be a legal U.S. resident who is 18 years old or older. Beyond this most basic requirement, there are also three things you’ll have to provide at some point when posting bail.
Stanislaus County Bail Bond Services is here to provide the prompt, professional service you need.
To discuss your situation, call us at (209) 400-2245, or start a live chat!