Bail Bonds for Lamont
Bondsman Serving Kern County Jail
If your loved one is arrested in Lamont, we understand the stress you’re going through and you don’t have to face it alone.Tonya Page Bail Bonds is here to help you navigate the Kern County legal system and secure the release of your loved one as quickly and as painlessly as possible. For your convenience, the bail bond paperwork can be handled via email or fax, or if you prefer, we can meet with you in-person at the jail.
There's no need to fight these things alone. With our many years experience in the bail bond industry and with the Kern County jail system, we can assist you in making the right choices.
For immediate bail bonds in Lamont or information about Kern County Jail, call us any time at 877-224-5266 or 661-347-1395.
Bail Payment Options
In this economy, it's rare to have enough money to cover something as unexpected and expensive as bail. Bail bonds allow you to take some of the edge off of this, allowing you to pay 10% of the total bail cost in exchange for the promise that your loved one will attend necessary court dates.
For some, even 10% is too much. We understand this predicament and that's why we offer such diverse options for payment. We offer bail by credit card and monthly payments to those who qualify, as well as no collateral bonds.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds has licensed and professional bail agents who will take the time to explain all your options and answer any questions you may have.
Kern County Sheriff's Department InformationKern County Sheriff's Department - Lamont Substation
12022 Main St.
Lamont, California 93241
Still unincorporated, Lamont is a township in Kern County that's most noted for its large agriculture community. With an area of operations encompassing more than 800 miles, the Lamont Substation utilizes the full force of the Kern County Sheriff's Department's more than 1200 employees to provide a safe and secure township for Lamont's residents.
If arrested in Lamont, your loved one will be held temporarily at the 12022 Main St. facility to undergo booking. This is a multi-hour process that involves fingerprinting, interviews, background checks, and official photography. After that is completed, they may be transferred to Bakersfield jail. It is only then that you may post bail, securing release within two to three hours.
We are available 24/7 and only a phone call away at 877-224-5266 or locally at 661-647-1395.
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