Bail Bonds in Manteca
Bail Costs and Process
If someone you know has been arrested in Manteca, you don't necessarily need to work with a bondsman. Once bail has been set, you can pay the entire bail amount, in cash, directly to the jail or courthouse. Bail amounts can be very high, though.
Another option is to use the services of a trusted, licensed bail bonds company. Rather than paying an expensive bail amount, which could take months or even years to have returned to you, you can pay a bail bondsman a fee that equals 10% of the total bail amount. So, if bail is set at $10,000, you would pay a bail bond fee of $1,000. The bondsman will then post the bond at the jail and your loved one will be released within hours.
We can complete all of the paperwork over the phone, by fax or email, or in person. An agent will travel to your home or work, or meet you at the jail to make the process more convenient for you.
When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman will be ready to answer your questions about bail bonds in Manteca 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Once the bail has been posted and your loved one is released, there are a few responsibilities that you must take seriously. First, you must make sure that the bail bond premium (fee) is paid to the agency in full. Tonya Page Bail Bonds will work with you to make payment easier. We accept all major credit cards and can make payment plans if needed. If we make a payment plan, it is your responsibility to complete each payment on time.
Next, you must make sure that the defendant makes it to all court appearances. If they fail to appear, you will need to help the bondsman locate the defendant and get them a new court date.It is also your responsibility to make sure the defendant's address, employer information, etc. are kept current with the bondsman and the court. If the defendant flees the area, and you know their whereabouts, it is also your responsibility to notify the bondsman and the court.
Call us right away for free information about bail bonds in Manteca, 1-877-861-3761.
Manteca Police DepartmentManteca Police Department
1001 W. Center St.
Manteca, CA 95337
The Manteca Police Department was established in 1918 on the same day that the city was incorporated. At the time, the policing for the 315 residents was handled by town Marshalls from San Joaquin County. Since then, the population has grown to over 50,000 residents.
The Manteca Police Department has been the leader of many modern police aspects in California. The canine unit is the longest-running, in service for over 35 years. Other programs are based on the standard set by Manteca's School Resource Officer program. Staff at the department is also instructors at three colleges and two police academies.
Patrol cars are equipped with on-board video cameras, used to document high-risk situations, as well as GPS to assist in pursuits. Officers use thermal imagers and night observation optics to locate suspects and victims when visibility is low. Their dispatch and reporting system is second to none.With a combination of quality personnel, advanced technology, and support of the citizens, Manteca continues to be a safe and prosperous community to their many residents.
If your friend or family member has been arrested by the Manteca Police Department, they will need to go through the booking process before bail can be posted. This includes fingerprinting, photographs, a background check and a warrant check. Depending on how busy jail staff is at the time they're brought in, booking could take several hours. As soon as this process is complete, bail will be set and the bail bond can be processed for their release. However, we can get you started on processing your bond right away.
Our bail bondsman will help you get started now at 1-877-861-3761 (1-877-861-3761).
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