Bail Bonds for Arcadia

Arcadia Jail Bail Bonds

If you’ve decided to post bail at the Arcadia jail for a family member or friend, we can help. Our licensed bail bondsmen will work quickly and efficiently to make posting bail an easy process. We can have your loved one released in just a few short hours.

Whether you’re ready to post bail in Arcadia or simply just looking for more information about the Arcadia arrest and booking process, feel free to call our bail bond company. We make it fast and easy to handle your bail bonds needs from the comfort of your home or office via Fax or E-mail. Call anytime toll-free for Arcadia bail bonds information at 1-877-861-3761.

During our bail bondsman’s free one-on-one consultation with you; you will be asked a few questions so we may collect important information about the individual situation. We do this to assess the risk that will be involved in the bail bonds.

We look at many factors such as the length of time living in California, employment situation, credit rating, type of crime, and other information. These factors are a consideration for both the defendant and the indemnitor (person signing the bail bond). We do this so we can determine risk and, hopefully, not require any collateral for your bail bond.

Once that’s complete, we will begin the approval process. When the paperwork is finalized, a licensed agent will file, or “post”, the bond with the Arcadia jail and the defendant will be released. All of this can be done quickly, conveniently and confidentially over the phone in a few short minutes. You may find our FAQs about bail bonds helpful.

Whenever you bail someone out of jail, you are named as the “indemnitor.”  By doing this, you assume responsibility that the individual (defendant) will show up in court. Assumedly, you will only bail out some that you know well enough to understand that they will take care of the case. If the defendant fails to appear in court, you will need to assist us, as the the bail bond company, in locating the defendant to return them to court. It is good to keep in mind that the majority of bail bond issues can be easily resolved. Courts understand that life happens and people occasionally miss a court date accidentally. Situations rarely escalate beyond a simple phone call.

A bail bond will typically require advance payment before the detainee’s release from jail. The bail bond fee is generally 10% of the full bail amount, which is mandated by California state law. We understand in some cases that may represent a financial burden. Should you need financing, we offer several bond payment options. We can let you know if you qualify for financing within a few short minutes. Once you qualify, we can work out payments with no finance charges. We have found that using a credit card is the easiest and quickest way of paying for a bail bond. You can always use VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover. You may also pay by cash. Unfortunately, we do not accept checks.

Arcadia Police Department and Jail

Arcadia Jail MapArcadia Police Department
250 W Huntington Dr
Arcadia, CA 91066

626 574-5150

Arcadia is located off Interstate 210 which is very close to Pasadena in Southern California. It is located in the westerly portion of the San Gabriel Valley at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, approximately 18 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. The Arcadia Police Department is a 24-hour facility. The Arcadia jail is a smaller facility which houses approximately 30 inmates. Typically, an inmate will be released 30 minutes after a bail bond is filed with the Arcadia jailer.

We will walk you through every step of the bail bond process so you understand how it works. We have many years of experience in the bail bonds industry and will work our hardest to have your loved one or friend released from the Arcadia jail as soon as possible.

We hope that you have found the Arcadia bail bonds information you need. If you have further questions, please call Tonya Page Bail Bonds directly at 1-877-861-3761.


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Updated: 03/04/2010