Bail Bonds for Stockton
When you find out that a friend or family member has been arrested in Stockton, you want to find a way to get them home quickly and safely. You have the option of either paying for the entire bail amount yourself or using the services of a licensed bail bondsman.
California has some of the highest bail amounts in the country on its bail schedule. If you choose to post bail yourself, it can be expensive. It will also have to be paid, in cash, all at once to the court or jail. After the court case has been resolved, the bond money will then be returned to you, but some cases can drag on for months and even years.
For most people, this just isn't an option. That's where the help of a professional California bail bonds agent becomes useful. Instead of paying the bond amount yourself, you will pay a much smaller fee to a bail bondsman. The bondsman will then pay the entire bond amount to the jail or courthouse so that your loved one can be released.
When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761, we can get started right away on a bail bond for your loved one in Stockton. We can complete paperwork over the phone, through fax or email or in person at a convenient location.
What is the Cost of a Bail Bond?In California, the cost of a bail bond, called the bail bond premium, is set by the Department of Insurance. It is equal to 10% of the total bail amount. For instance, if the amount of bail is $20,000, then you would pay a bail bonds agent $2,000.
We know that not many people have this kind of money ready at a moment's notice. That's why we are pleased to accept all major credit cards for fast and convenient service to our clients. In most cases, we can even arrange a payment plan with no added fees. We also offer no-collateral bail bonds.
Stockton Police DepartmentStockton Police Department
22 E. Market St.
Stockton, CA 95202
Founded in 1850, the Stockton Police Department was once limited to having one City Marshall, one Captain, one Assistant Captain, two sergeants and no more than 16 officers. The first police station was located at the corner of Center and Market Streets.Today, with a city covering 65 square miles and a population of over 290,000 residents, the Stockton Police Department has grown to over 300 sworn officers, 150 civilian personnel and 146 volunteers.
If your friend or family member has been arrested in Stockton, they will have to go through the booking process before bail can be posted. This will include fingerprinting, photographs ("mug shots"), a background check and a warrant check. The entire booking process could take several hours, depending on how busy the jail is at the time they are brought in.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds can post bail 24-hours a day. When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, a licensed bondsman will be available to answer any questions you have about bail bonds in Stockton. We are here for you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Call us and your loved one will spend as little time in jail as possible.
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