Bail Bonds for Alameda
Finding out that a friend or loved one has been arrested by the Alameda Police Department is never easy to digest. However, we offer expert bail bonds service for Alameda.
When you call toll-free an experienced and licensed bondsman will be on the other end to take your call. Our job will be to ask you a few questions and then make sure that you understand bail process and know what responsibilities are associated with bailing someone out of jail.
Our bondsmen are available to help you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, so that no matter when you need help, we are here.
If you’d like help with an Alameda bail bond, contact us now and get help right away. Our toll-free number is 1-877-861-3761.
Alameda Police Department InformationAlameda Police Department
1555 Oak St
Hours of Operation: Mon-Thurs: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Alameda Police Department’s Chief of Police is Mike Noonan. He, along with his officers, make Alameda a safe place for residents, businesses and visitors. If someone is arrested by the Alameda Police Department, they will most likely be taken to the Santa Rita jail for booking and processing. However, there are two other jails in the area so it’s important for you to figure out which jail the defendant is located. If you need help finding this information, or would like to start a bail bond, please call us now.
Bail Bond Information
Bail is the amount of money the judge sets for the defendant in order for them to be released. Many times, this amount is substantially high and unrealistic for people to pay outright. Therefore, the creation of a bail bond is the most common avenue to take. The bail bond serves as a way for an inmate to be securely released from jail with the acknowledgment and understand that they will show up for all their scheduled court dates until their case is resolved.
The 10% fee for using a bail bondsman is much more realistic than paying the full bail amount. However, if they don’t show up to court, the person who signed the bond will be financially responsible for the entire bail amount. This is a rare occurrence, but it does happen, which is why it is important for you to understand this before signing any papers. If it does happen, we try our best to locate and bring the defendant back to custody and we will ask for your help.
It's important to know that if someone simply missed their court date -- the defendant got lost, forgot, was ill -- the situation can be easily taken care of with a phone call to the bondsman.
Often times, people are confused about what exactly bail is and the entire bail bond process. On our website, you can find a complete bail informational.
However, if you would like to speak to a professional bondsman about bail or ask questions, you may do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-861-3761.
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