Bail Bonds For Nevada City

When you find out that a friend or family member has been arrested in Nevada City, your first thought is of how to get them released as quickly and safely as possible. The entire bail bonds process can be overwhelming to anyone who doesn’t deal with it everyday.

The team at Tonya Page Bail Bonds has the knowledge that you need to help turn this stressful situation into one that is easier to bear. When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, our staff will be ready to answer all of your questions. We can even get started on bail bonds for Nevada City while you are on the phone with a licensed bondsman.

If your loved one has been arrested, they will be waiting in jail until they are released, either by the court or once bail is posted for them. Instead, Tonya Page Bail Bonds has built a wide network that stretches across California, and we can post bail for your loved one in Nevada City 24-hours a day. We would be happy to finish all of the necessary paperwork over the phone, by fax or email, or in person at a location convenient for you.

We are pleased to offer a variety of payment options, including cash and all major credit cards. If you need one, we can work to set up a payment plan for you. Your loved one doesn’t have to sit in jail any longer than necessary. Call us right away at 1-877-861-3761 and let us get started.

Nevada City Police Department

Nevada City Police Department
City Hall Building
317 Broad St.
Nevada City, CA 95959
Phone: 530-265-4700

The Nevada City Police Department has been serving its community since the city was incorporated in 1851. The force consists of 9 full time officers as well as additional reserve officers. They walk foot patrols and, on nice days, ride a bike patrol. This helps create effective communication between the officers and the community.

Nevada City enjoys one of the lowest crime rates in California. Anyone arrested in Nevada City will be taken to the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility at 925 Maidu Street. Here, they will go through the booking process which consists of fingerprinting, photographs, background checks and a warrant check. If your loved one has been taken to the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility, we can post a bail bond 24-hours a day so that your loved one doesn’t have to spend any longer in jail than necessary.

How Is Bail Determined?

In the state of California, the amount of bail is determined on a county-by-county basis. The judge for each county conducts an annual review of what is called the “bail schedule.” This will set the amount of bail that law enforcement within the county will use each year. Factors such as public safety, severity of crimes, repeat offenders, and additional circumstances all play a role in a judge’s decision about the bail schedule.

For example, if two individuals are arrested for DUI, the bail amounts can be different. If defendant A is a first- time offender, the amount of bail will be lower than defendant B, who has had multiple DUIs and caused property damage.

Bail will also be determined by the individual’s “flight risk.” If they have no ties to the community, no job or family in the area, the judge could decide to place a higher bail amount to ensure the defendant appears for court.

As soon as the amount of bail is set, you can work to get your loved one released from jail. You can either pay the entire amount of the bail or seek the assistance of a bail bondsman.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds is here to help you through this difficult time. We can get started on a bail bond for Nevada City 24-hours a day, 7-days a week when you call us at 1-877-861-3761. With our help, your loved one can spend as little time in jail as possible.


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Updated:  04/18/2011