Do You Need Stanislaus County Bail Bonds?
Our agents have years of experience in Stanislaus County jails
The hours immediately after an arrest can be confusing and scary. You want to help your love done, but don’t know the best way to go about it. And, you’ve never dealt with the criminal justice system before. Where do you start?
We service bail bonds all across Stanislaus County in the following cities:
Our agents are available 24/7, because we know you need answers to your questions. You need someone to stand by your side as you work to help your friend or family member. We have years of experience working in the Stanislaus County jail, and know exactly which steps to take to get your loved one out of jail and back home fast.
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What You Need to Obtain a Stanislaus County Bail Bond
When you give us a call, it is helpful to have all the information ready to give to the agent. This will ensure that your loved one is bailed out as quickly as possible. There is a lot of information online about what to do to bail someone out, but it can be difficult to know the steps you need to take.
This is where the experience of our agents comes in. We have worked in the bail industry for years, and know exactly what needs to happen for your loved one to get back home quickly. Having the following information on-hand when you give us a call will speed up the bail bonding process.
If you can’t find the booking number for the defendant, simply give us a call. It is helpful, but not necessary for our agents to begin the bail bond process. We are available 24/7 to answer your questions as you work to get your loved one released. The hours after an arrest are important, and it is vital that you get them back home as quickly as possible.
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Frequently Asked Bail Questions
When a person is arrested, a bail amount is set for them (based on their criminal history, the alleged crime they committed, and their flight risk). This money must be paid in order for them to be released before their trial.
When you pay the bail amount outright, you must come up with the full sum, in cash. It can be difficult to come up with a large amount of money quickly, which is where a bail agent comes in. When you obtain a bond, you pay a small fee to the agent (a small percentage of the full bail amount), and co-sign the bond. You also have the benefit of working with an experienced agent as you bail out your loved one.
The bail bond fee you pay to the agent is non-refundable – it is the fee charged by the bondsman for their service in providing the Stanislaus County bail bond. However, many bail agencies provide payment plans to make this fee affordable.
About Martinez Family Bail Bonds:
We are a family-owned business, and this impacts the way we operate. We treat each and every one of our customers like family, and understand that good people end up in bad situations. You shouldn’t be alone during the bail process: You need to have the experience of a professional bail agent on your side.
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