Bail Bonds for Bishop
When you find out that a friend or family member has been arrested by the Bishop Police Department, your first thoughts are of how to bring them home as quickly and safely as possible. Sometimes, you need the helping hand of a licensed, professional bail bondsman.
When you call our team at Tonya Page Bail Bonds toll-free at 877-224-5266, we will be ready to answer all of your questions and get started right away on the paperwork for a bail bond to get your loved one released from the custody of the Bishop Police Department.
The bail bonds process can be overwhelming, but with our assistance we can walk you through it one step at a time. We are pleased to make this experience less stressful for our clients by:
- Being available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week
- Completing paperwork however it is most convenient for you- over the phone, by fax or email, or in person at a location you choose
- Offering a variety of payment options, including accepting all major credit cards
- Working with you to set up a payment plan when necessary
- Often offering no-collateral bail bonds
We know that this is not going to be the high-part of your day, but you will be pleasantly surprised by how easy the whole process can be when you have our trusted team by your side.
Call us now at 877-224-5266 for information about bail bonds in Bishop. Your loved one doesn't have to spend any longer in jail than necessary.
Bishop Police Department and Independence Jail
Bishop Police Department
207 W. Line St.
Bishop, CA 93514
Inyo County Jail
Bail Bonds for Independence Jail
If your friend or family member has been arrested by the Bishop Police Department, they will be transported to the Inyo County Jail, also known as the Independence Jail. Once there, they will go through the booking process. This will consist of fingerprinting, mug shots, background checks and warrant checks.
Depending on the amount of traffic coming into the jail, this could take from 2-4 hours. Once booking is complete, bail will be set. This is determined by the bail schedule set for Inyo County. As soon as this is set, we can start the process of getting them bailed out. Bail can be posted at the Inyo County Jail 24-hours a day.
How Much Will a Bail Bond Cost?In California, the Department of Insurance sets the fee a bail bondsman can charge for their services. This is called the bail bond premium. Currently, the amount of the bail bond premium is equal to 10% of the full bail amount. For example, if bail is set at $20,000, then you will pay a bondsman $2,000. This fee will not be returned and is not refundable, even if the defendant is found not guilty or if the charges are dropped.
We know that it's not always possible to have a large sum of money available at a moment's notice. That is why Tonya Page Bail Bonds will work with you on bail bond payment options. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover for quick service. It may even be possible to make a payment plan, with no additional service fees.
This is a difficult situation, but having us in your corner will help ease the burden greatly. Call our team right away at 877-224-5266 and let us get started on a Bishop bail bond to get your loved one released as soon as possible.
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