Lake County Sheriff's Department
Sheriff Administrative Offices
1220 Martin Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
Police and protection for most of Lake County is provided by the Sheriff's Department.
Lake County California has only one correctional facility. Anyone arrested by the Lake County Sheriff's Department will likely be held at this location for booking. It is important to bail out your loved one as soon as possible. If they are transferred to another facility, obtaining their release could take much longer.
Bail Bonds for Lake County Jail
Lake County Jail
4913 Helbush Drive
Lakeport, CA 95453
One of the most stressful situations you can go through is finding out that your loved one has been arrested and taken to the Lake County Jail. Your first thoughts are of getting them released as soon as possible. We understand your distress, and that is why we are ready to assist you in obtaining the swift release of your friend or family member.
The agents at Tonya Page Bail Bonds are available to take your call any time of the day or night. By calling our toll-free number, 1-877-861-3761, our agents can answer any questions you have about the bail bonds process and even begin a bond for the Lake County Jail in California via phone.
We have a team of licensed, professional bondsmen available to help you wherever, whenever you need them. We know that the bail process can be confusing. You need an agent that you can trust to work with you and help get you through this trying time. We are here to listen and handle your situation with the utmost confidentiality and compassion.
With our company, a bondsman can start a bond for the Lake County Jail over the phone, through email or fax, or in person at a location you choose.
Call at 1-877-861-3761. We are ready for your call 24-hours a day, 7-days a week for bail bonds at Lake County Jail.
How The Bail Amount Is DeterminedIn the state of California, bail amounts are set on a county-by-county basis. Every year, a "bail schedule" is set by the county judges. There is a set of criteria that each judge follows when setting the bail schedule:
- Consideration of public safety
- Likelihood of returning to court
- Severity of the crime-more serious crimes= higher bail amount
- Repeat offenders may get higher bail or no bail
The arresting officer in Lake County can check the county bail schedule when the defendant is being "booked" in order to determine the bail amount on bailable offenses, such as DUI.
The bail amount can be set at the time of arraignment by the Lake County judge. It is possible that the amount could be reduced by the judge at that time. The judge can also, at their discretion, raise the amount, release the defendant on their own recognizance, or disallow bail altogether.
When facing this difficult situation, it is best to have someone with you who knows the bail process in and out. Our expert agents at Tonya Page Bail Bonds are ready to answer any questions you have about obtaining a bail bond for the Lake County Jail. We can help you help your loved one in their time of need.
Call us now at 1-877-861-3761 for Lake County bail information.
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