Bail Bonds for Monterey County

Monterey County is known as a beautiful, quiet beach community along the peninsula in Northern California. It draws thousands of visitors each year and is the home of over 425,000 residents. It’s a great place to go for relaxation. Sometimes, though, people find themselves in unfortunate situations that end with a ride in a police car to the local jail.

If your friend or family member has been arrested in Monterey County, Tonya Page Bail Bonds can help you with a bail bond and get them released as soon as possible. We are ready to answer all of your questions 24-hours a day, 7-days a week when you call us at 877- BAIL-BOND.

Booking & Processing

Depending on which law enforcement agency has arrested your loved one in Monterey County, they could be taken to either the Monterey Police Station on Madison Street or to the main jail on Natividad Road in Salinas. Here, they will go through booking and processing. This includes fingerprinting, photographs, a nation-wide background check and a warrant check. The entire process can take several hours, depending on how busy the jail is at the time the defendant is brought in.

Once the booking process is complete, a bail amount will be set and you can post a bail bond for their release 24-hours a day. It is recommended that you act quickly to get started on a bail bond so that your loved one spends as little time as possible inside the jail. After bail is posted, it could take between 2-6 hours for them to be released. If the defendant does not get bailed out, they will probably remain in jail until the resolution of the court case.

Cost of a Bail Bond

In California, the Department of Insurance sets the cost of a bail bond, known as the bail bond premium. This fee is equal to 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if bail is set at $15,000, then you would pay a bail bondsman $1,500 for the service they provide. Tonya Page Bail Bonds offers a variety of payment options. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover, as well as cash. We offer no-collateral bail bonds, in most cases, and are happy to work out a payment plan for those who qualify.

Indemnitor Responsibilities

As the indemnitor of a bail bond, you become the responsible party. You will be responsible for paying the entire amount of the bail bond premium. It will be your responsibility to ensure that the defendant makes it to any court appearances until the case is resolved. If they fail to appear in court, you will have to pay back the entire bail amount to the court, as well as reimburse the bail bondsman for any fees and administrative costs that they incur. It is important for you to keep the court and bondsman up-to-date on the defendants address and employer. If they flee, you must notify the court and bondsman of the defendant’s whereabouts.

We know that the bail bonds process can be very overwhelming, especially to those who have never had to deal with the legal system. Our team of trusted bail bondsman can make the whole situation go much smoother. We know how the bail bond process works in Monterey County and are pleased to help you through it.

We can complete all of the needed paperwork however it’s most convenient for you, by phone, fax, or email. One of our agents would be happy to meet you at a convenient location, as well. With our help, the bail bonds process can be less of a hassle. Call us right away at 1-877-861-3761 and let us get started on a bail bond for your loved one in Monterey County today.

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Updated: 05/07/2011