Bail Bonds for Fort Bragg
Bail Bond Cost & Payment OptionsThe bail bond fee, called a premium, is set by the California Department of Insurance. It is equal to 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if bail is set at $10,000, then you will pay a bail bond premium of $1,000 to a bondsman.
We know that paying a large sum of money isn't always easy. That is why we accept payment with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover card.
We often offer no-collateral bail bonds, and in many cases we can make a payment plan for those who need one. There are no additional fees for a payment plan.
When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman will answer any questions you have about the bail bond process for bail bonds in Fort Bragg.
When you enter into a bail agreement with a bondsman, you become what is known as an "indemnitor." You are agreeing to be the person responsible for the bail contract and the defendant.
By signing an agreement with a bail bondsman, you agree to pay the bail bond premium in full. This is the fee that is set by the state of California. It is equal to 10% of the total bail amount. This fee is non-refundable. Even if the defendant is found not guilty or charges are not filed, this fee must be paid.It is your responsibility to make sure that, once released, the defendant shows up at any court appearances. If the defendant fails to appear, you are responsible to help the bondsman get the defendant back into court.
You must make sure that the defendant's information, such as address and employer, remain current.If the defendant leaves town or "goes on the run," it is your responsibility to notify the courts and bondsman of their whereabouts, if they are known to you.
You should be aware that problems with bail bonds are extremely rare and most missed court dates can be taken care of with a simple phone call.
This is a very trying time for you. Tonya Page Bail Bonds will work hard to make sure the process goes as smoothly as possible.
Fort Bragg Police Department
Fort Bragg Police Department
250 Cypress St.
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
The department participates in the Coalition for Gang Awareness and Prevention (CGAP). It began in 2005 by people and agencies who want to address any potential gang issues in Fort Bragg. Members hold informational community forums and provide the community with a school resource officer, teen court program, expanded after-school programs and several in-school educational programs, as well as a resource and referral system for parents of teenagers in Fort Bragg.When someone is arrested in Fort Bragg, they will likely be taken to the Mendocino County Jail for booking. This will include fingerprinting, photographs, background checks and warrant search. Depending on how busy jail staff is at the time of arrest, this process could take several hours to complete.
Once the defendant is completely booked into the system, a bail amount will be determined by the Mendocino County bail schedule.
Fort Bragg History
Fort Bragg is a coastal town in Mendocino County. Once a military fort before the Civil War, Fort Bragg has developed into a popular tourist destination thanks to its beautiful scenery. The town has a population of over 7,200 residents and covers an area of nearly three square miles.
Fort Bragg is known for its Glass Beach along the town's coastal edge. In the 1900's, residents would throw their garbage over the cliffs, anything from glass to appliances and cars. In 1967, the area was closed and clean up efforts were made to fix the damage. After so many years, the ocean's waves has cleared the beach and smoothed the rough pieces of glass into smooth, colored pieces that coat the beach today. This draws many visitors each year.
In even the smallest communities, people will find themselves in trouble with local police and could be arrested and taken to jail. If someone you care for has been arrested in Fort Bragg, finding the right bail bondsman could help smooth over the rough spots of this difficult situation.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds has a strong reputation and works quickly with law enforcement agencies across California to gain the release of people who have been arrested. Our team will help you through this stressful time.
When you call 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman is ready for your call at any time of the day or night for bail bonds in Fort Bragg.
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