Bail Bonds in Marin County

Expert Bail Bondsman

Even in the best communities, like Marin County, a person can find themselves in trouble with the law and in need of a professional bail bondsman. If you know someone who has been arrested in Marin County, you may be looking for a bail bondsman who can work quickly to help get them released from jail and in a safe manner.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds has built a wide network, working with law enforcement agencies and jails across California.  All of the paperwork needed for a bail bond can be completed by phone, fax, or email, or an agent can meet with you at your home or office. 

When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman will be available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to help you with the process for bail bonds in Marin County.

How Bail Bonds Work

A bail bond, known as a “surety bond,” is a contractual agreement by a bondsman licensed by the state who is backed by an insurance company. The bail bondsman is guaranteeing the court payment of the full bail amount if the defendant fails to appear in court for their scheduled hearings. The co-signer of the bond (the defendant, friend or relative) is guaranteeing the bond agent that, if the defendant fails to appear in court, they will pay the entire bail amount.

A bail bond will have to be approved by the agent. The agent will need to collect as much information about the defendant as possible. After the bond is approved, a fee, called a premium, must be paid to the bondsman. This amount is equal to 10 percent of the bail amount. For example, if bail is $10,000, the bail bond premium is $1,000.

Before agreeing to post bail for someone, it is very important that you understand your liability. If you have any reason to believe that the defendant will avoid returning to court for all hearings, you should not consider co-signing a bail bond for them. You will be held financially liable for all of the court costs and fees, costs incurred by the bondsman for trying to bring the defendant into custody, as well as the full bail amount.

That said, problems with bail are very, very rare. The defendant simply needs to show up in court.

Marin County Jail

Marin County Detention Facility/San Rafael Jail
13 Peter Behr Dr.
San Rafael, CA94903
Phone: 415-499-6655
Bail Bonds in San Rafael

Marin County is part of the North San Francisco Bay Area, located across from the Golden Gate Bridge. There are more than 252,000 residents spread across the 828 square mile county. Marin County is one of the original 27 California counties. An area rich with history and notably one of the most affluent areas in the state, Marin County enjoys a very low crime rate.

If someone is arrested in Marin County, they will be taken to the Marin County Jail in San Rafael. Once there, they will be booked into the system. Their fingerprints and photograph will be taken and nationwide background checks and warrant search will be done. Once booking is complete, they will be given a bail amount according to the Marin County bail schedule. In some instances, a person could be released on their own recognizance (OR) or remanded into custody (no bail).

Once they are given a bail amount, the defendant is eligible to have a bond posted and be released from jail. In most cases, they will contact a friend or family member about finding a bail bond service that can help.

Bail Bonds Anywhere in Marin County

We know how stressful it can be having a loved one in jail. With the help of our professional, friendly agents you can be assured of quick, confidential service. In most cases, no collateral is required for a bail bond. We accept payments with all major credit cards, and in many cases we can arrange a payment plan for those who qualify.

For bail bonds in Marin County, call us today at 1-877-861-3761 and let us get started right away.

  • Marin County Sheriff
  • Belvedere
  • Bolinas
  • Corte Madera
  • Dillon Beach
  • Dogtown
  • Fairfax
  • Inverness Park
  • Kentfield
  • Lagunitas- Forest Knolls
  • Larkspur
  • Marshall
  • Mill Valley
  • Muir Beach
  • Nicasio
  • Novato
  • Olema
  • Point Reyes
  • Ross
  • San Anselmo
  • San Geronimo
  • San Rafael
  • Sausalito
  • Stinson Beach
  • Tiburon
  • Tomales
  • Wood Care

More Marin Bail Bonds Information

Updated:  06/01/2011