Bail Bonds for Placer County

When someone you care about has been arrested in Placer County, it can really turn your world upside-down. You may not know where to turn to for help or what steps to take in order to get them out of jail quickly. By speaking to a licensed bondsman at Tonya Page Bail Bonds, you can get all of the answers you need.

For bail bonds in Placer County, call 1-877-861-3761  or 916-365-9981 for a free consultation.  A licensed bondsman is available to answer all of your questions.

Bail Bond Cost

Beyond how fast we can get someone out of jail, most of our clients are primarily concerned with the cost of a bail bond. The best option for many people who need to get their loved one bailed out of jail is to work with a licensed bondsman. A bondsman will post a bail bond for the total bail amount in exchange for a 10% fee. For example, if a defendant’s bail is $15,000 then you will pay $1,500 to the bail bondsman. This fee is non-refundable regardless of the outcome of the case.

To get started on a bail bond, call 1-877-861-3761. We’ll gather some basic information: defendant’s full name and birth date, address and employment information, list of charges and bail amount. Our simple paperwork can be completed by phone, fax, email and in person. We can arrange to meet with you in our office or any location that’s convenient for you.

We offer several bail payment options to better serve you, such as credit card acceptance and payment plans for those who qualify.  In most cases there is usually no need for collateral.

Law Enforcement, Police & Jail Information

Placer County Sheriff: 530-889-7800

Placer County Jail (in Auburn): 530-745-8500

Bail Bonds in Auburn

Placer County is known as the Gold County in California, stretching from Sacramento to Lake Tahoe and the Nevada border. It is one of the fastest growing areas in the state due to the expansion of Greater Sacramento. Gold was discovered in the area in 1848 which drew thousands of miners and other settlers to what is now Placer County. Today, there are more than 348,432 people living in the county, spanning over 1,503 square miles.

Law enforcement in Placer County is primarily provided by the Placer County Sheriff’s Department. Additionally, Auburn, Lincoln, Rocklin and Roseville have independent police departments.

Arrest and Booking

Anyone arrested in Placer County will likely be transported to the Placer County Jail, the main detention center in Auburn for booking. The booking process can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours to complete. The arrestee will be fingerprinted and photographed; a background check and warrant search will be done. They will be searched for drugs, weapons and contraband. Personal property will be collected and held until they’re released.

Setting Bail

A bail amount will be set according to the county’s bail schedule. Bail is determined by a county judge, who will take several things into consideration. The first priority in deciding bail is public safety. More severe and violent crimes entail a higher bail amount. Repeat offenders and those considered a flight risk may also be given a higher bail.

Bail in California is higher than in most other states. This can make it nearly impossible for most people to be able to afford getting their loved ones out of jail. Unless they are bailed out, the defendant will have to spend the duration of their court case in jail. This could take weeks, months, and even years.

This is a difficult time for you, but we will work hard to make sure it goes as quickly and easily as possible.

Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 and let our family get started helping yours with bail bonds in Placer County.  You can also reach us locally at 916-365-9981.

Bail for all of Placer County

  • Alta
  • Applegate
  • Auburn
  • Baxter
  • Carnelian Bay
  • Colfax
  • Dollar Point
  • Dutch Flat
  • Foresthill
  • Granite Bay
  • Kings Beach
  • Lincoln
  • Loomis
  • Meadow Vista
  • Newcastle
  • North Auburn
  • Ophir
  • Penryn
  • Olympic Valley
  • Rocklin
  • Roseville
  • Sheridan
  • Sunnyside
  • Tahoe City
  • Tahoe Vista
  • Weimar

More Placer County Bail Bonds Information

Updated:  04/10/2012