Do You Need Merced County Bail Bonds?
Our bail bond team has years of experience working in Merced County
If you’ve never encountered the criminal justice system before, getting the call that a friend or family member has been arrested can be overwhelming. You don’t need to handle an arrest on your own. Our agents strive to ensure each and every customer is treated like family as we work through the Merced County bail bond process.
We service bail bonds all across Merced County in the following cities:
We have worked in jails throughout Merced County and all throughout California. We know the steps to take to ensure a fast bailout for your loved one. Don’t panic or stress about how to get them out of jail: Call us 24/7 with any questions you have. We will walk you through the process so your loved one can get back home where they belong as quickly as possible.
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What You Need to Post Merced County Bail Bonds
We know the steps that need to be taken to get out of jail quickly, and will handle each step of the process with and for you so you don’t have to stress about what to do, or when to do it. Here’s what we need to get started bailing out your loved one from the Merced County jail:
If you can’t find the booking number for the person who is arrested, don’t worry: It is helpful, but not necessary to our agents. We are available 24/7 to answer any questions you have, and to begin work on getting your loved one out of jail using Merced County bail bonds. We help good people out of bad situations, and treat each and every one of our customers like family. We know that arrests happen at inconvenient times, which is why we are available 24/7.
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Frequently Asked Bail Questions
Bail is a unique and beneficial system where a person arrested for a crime can be released before their trial. When a person is arrested, their criminal history, the alleged crime committed, and their flight risk is assessed. Then, a set amount of money is set that must be paid in order for them to be released before their trial takes place. This money acts as a sort of insurance so that the defendant will return for their court date.
When you post bail directly, you must pay the full amount, in cash. This is often a large sum, and is difficult and it can be difficult to come up with such a large sum all at once. When you work with a bail agent, you pay a smaller amount (a percentage of the bail amount) to the agent as a fee (this is non-refundable). Agents offer payment plans and the fee is much smaller, making it easier to get your loved one out of jail.
About Martinez Family Bail Bonds:
We are a family-owned business, and operate by treating each of our customers like family. We have years of experience in Merced County and the surrounding area. We understand the importance of a fast bailout, and know that good people can end up in bad situations. You shouldn’t have to tackle the bail bond process on your own. Call us to get answers to your questions and to get bail bonds fast!
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