Solano County Bail Bonds on New Year’s Eve

Bondsman MargieHow Bail Bonds Work

When someone is arrested by a member of the Fairfield Police Department or the Solano County Sheriff’s Department, you’ll want to contact a Fairfield Jail bail bonds agent as soon as you learn the defendant has been taken into custody.

If you don’t know what their charges are, or if you don’t know how much their bail is, that’s OK. We can look that information up for you in a matter of minutes.

The arrest and booking process at the Solano County Jail generally takes between four and six hours to complete. Bail bonds cannot be posted until the defendant is fully booked into the system.

Our company has an office that is located next to the Fairfield Jail, which allows us to post bail bonds fast.  Payment plans are available on approved credit and most of our clients are surprised to learn they are eligible for no collateral bail bonds.

If you need help with bail bonds in Solano County, call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a local bail bonds agent in your area.

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