Bail Bonds For Arvin
The last thing anyone wants to hear is that their friend or family member has been arrested by the Arvin Police Department. You want to help them get home as soon as possible, but you may not know the first thing to do in this situation.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds has a team of licensed California bondsmen who are ready to answer your questions at any time of the day or night. We can make one of the most difficult times you have to face go as quickly and painlessly as possible for you and your loved one.
Tonya Page Bail Bonds has a wide network that can be used to release your loved one from jail. We can conduct the entire bail bond process over the phone, through fax or email. We can even meet you at a location that is most convenient for you. We are here to make the bail bond process easier for you.
For your convenience, we accept all major credit cards and can even make a payment plan for you if it’s needed. Call us today to find out if you qualify.
A bondsman available for Arvin 24-hours a day, 7-days a week when you call 1-877-861-3761. We can also be reached locally at 661-347-1395.
Arvin Police Department
Arvin Police Department
200 Campus Drive
Arvin, CA 95203
The Arvin Police Department serves the city’s 16,000 residents. It is divided into several specialty units, including a gang and major crimes unit, traffic division, patrol and investigative services, and bike patrol. Anyone arrested in the city of Arvin will be transported to the Bakersfield Jail for booking and processing. Booking could take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours and once this is complete, you can post bail for their release. Once bail is posted, it can take 2 to 6 hours for them to be released.
How Is The Amount Of Bail Decided?
In the State of California, bails are set on a county-by-county basis. The county judges will set a bail schedule every year. The amounts of bail do not change drastically from one year to the next. When a judge is deciding the bail amount, he or she will take several factors into consideration:
- Public safety is always the first concern
- Flight risk- the likelihood of the defendant to make court appearances
- The severity of the crime
- Repeat offender- if the defendant has a history of arrest
A judge can decide to release the defendant on his own recognizance, requiring no bail. They can also decide to hold the defendant with no bail. This means that the defendant will have to remain in jail for the duration of the court proceedings.
Extenuating circumstances can also increase the amount of bail. If, for example, the defendant is arrested for DUI, the amount will increase if they were involved in an accident and if that accident caused injury or death.
We know how difficult this situation can be for you. Tonya Page Bail Bonds has a team of caring, family-oriented agents who will treat you with the utmost respect and handle your case with confidence.
This is a very trying time, but with our guidance it can be a lot easier. When you call us at 1-877-861-3761 or at 661-347-1395, a bondsman will walk you through the entire bail bonds process from start to finish.