Bail Bonds for San Marino

Bail Bondsman With Fast Answers

If you are in need of bail bonds in San Marino, contact us right away and let us show you how we can help you in the fastest most efficient manner possible.

When you call, you will speak to a compassionate bondsman 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter when you receive that dreadful call from someone in jail, you can find help instantly. Our bail agents are ready to answer your bail bond questions in a professional and efficient manner. We provide several different payment options and methods, our services are available 24/7, including holidays. We also assist you in completing the bail bond process via email, fax or telephone, as well as in person meetings at a location of your choice

If you’d like to speak to a bail bondsman for San Marino, give us a call now at 1-877-861-3761.

San Marino Police Department Information

San Marino Police Department
2200 Huntington Dr.
San Marino, Ca 91108
Phone: 626-300-0727

The Chief of Police for the San Marino Police is John T. Schaefer, who has held that title since October, 2007. The San Marino Police Department was first formed roughly between 1913 and 1918. San Marion City was first formed in 1913, and did not have a police department but only a City Marshal. Later, as the city grew, a police department did also.

After additions of Deputy City Marshals and a Police Chief, they formed a police department. Today, San Marino Police Department has grown and provides a safe place for area residents, businesses, and visitors. 

What Does A Bail Bondsman Do?

Bail bondsmen are available to you to help get someone released from jail securely and promptly. Much of the time, bail amounts are set very high, at an amount unreasonable for most people to pay themselves. Bail bond companies help to ease the strain that these situations may cause.
A bail bondsman should provide a legal and cost effective way of getting the inmate released. Instead of paying for the entire bail amount up front, the bondsman charges a 10% fee. This creates a more realistic amount of payment for clients.

To speak to a licensed bondsman or to begin the San Marino bail bonds process, contact us now: 1-877-861-3761.



Updated: 02/20/2015