Bail Bonds for Ceres
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One of the most difficult situations a family may have to face is when one of their loved ones is arrested. It can be hard to know who to turn to for help. The bail process can be confusing to navigate. With a help from Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we will make the procedure go as quickly and smoothly as possible.
With one phone call a licensed, professional bondsman can answer all of your questions about bail bonds in Ceres and get you started on obtaining the release of your loved one from the Stanislaus County Jail.
Our bail agents at Tonya Page Bail Bonds will handle your situation with respect and confidence. We can complete all of the necessary paperwork in whichever manner is the most convenient for you: over the phone, fax, email, or in person.
We have many convenient payment options including credit card acceptance and a no-fee payment plan for those who qualify. We can work with you to help find the best way to get your loved one home safely.
Call us right away at 877-224-5266 for information or immediate help with bail bonds in Ceres.
Ceres Police DepartmentCeres Police Department
727 Third St.
Ceres, CA 95307
The City of Ceres has its own full-service emergency communications center, providing 24-hour dispatching services for police patrol units and the center is a 911 emergency answering service.
If your friend or family member has been arrested by the Ceres Police Department, they will be taken the Stanislaus County Jail. Women are generally taken to the Public Safety Center. Here, they will be booked into the system. Booking consists of fingerprinting, photographs ("mug shots"), a background check and warrant search.
Depending on how busy the jail staff is at the time your loved one is brought in, it could take several hours to complete the booking process. Once booking is complete, a bail amount will be set. You will have the option of posting the entire bail amount to the jail or court yourself, or you can use the services of a licensed California bail bond agency.
Bail ResponsibilitiesWhen 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 court appearances. If the defendant fails to appear, you are responsible to help get the defendant back into the Stanislaus County judicial system. A missed court date can be rectified with a simple phone call.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. That said, such problems are extremely rare.
Having a friend or family member in jail can put a lot of strain on you. This situation doesn't have to be handled alone. We are here to help you in your time of need. Tonya Page Bail Bonds agents are ready to assist you and all it takes is one phone call to answer any questions you have about bailing out a loved one arrested by the Ceres Police Department.
Give us a call at 877-224-5266 any time, day or night for bail bonds in Ceres.
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All your staff have the qualities people need when they are in a stressful situation and don't really know what to do next. I also commend you for your philosophy of educating clients and the general public about the bail bond process as well as the jail system.
- Jean from Los Angeles