Bail Bonds in San Joaquin County

If you get the unexpected call in the middle of the night that a friend or family member has been arrested in San Joaquin County, your first thought is of how you can help bring them home quickly and safely. Finding a reliable, trusted bail bondsman will be the best thing you can do in this situation.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds has spent years building a positive reputation and a wide network all across California. Our goal is to take this distressing situation much easier to handle. Call us toll-free at 1-877-861-3761 and let us answer all of your questions about obtaining bail bonds in San Joaquin County.

To make paperwork more convenient, we can get it started over the phone, through fax or email, or in person. A bondsman would be more than happy to meet you at a location that is most convenient to you.

We know that sometimes the cost of a bail bond can be too much to afford at once. That is why we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover for quick, easy payment. In many cases, we can make a payment plan.

As soon as all of the paperwork is completed and payment has been made, one of our agents will go to the jail and post bond for your loved one. We can post bail 24-hours a day.

San Joaquin County Jail

San Joaquin County Jail
7000 Michael Canlis Blvd.
French Camp, CA 95231
Phone: 209-468-4562

Anyone arrested in San Joaquin County will more than likely be transported to the main jail in French Camp which is run by the San Joaquin Sheriff’s Department. This is where they will be booked into the system. That includes fingerprinting, photographs, background checks and warrant search. This could take several hours, depending on how busy the jail staff is.

Once the booking process is complete, a bail amount will be set, and you will be able to arrange and pay for their release. We know that it is hard to be patient, but it is important to know that your loved one will be released as soon as possible.

How is Bail Set?

In California, bail amounts are determined on a county-by-county basis. The San Joaquin County judges conduct an annual review of the “bail schedule.” For the most part, the bail amounts do not change significantly from one year to the next. This bail schedule is what law enforcement agencies use for offenders. The judge will take many factors into consideration when setting the bail amounts. Public safety is always the top priority when setting bail. The likelihood of the defendant causing more harm when they are released from jail could increase the bail amount.

Another factor in bail is the severity of the crime. More serious crimes will have larger bail amounts attached to them.If a defendant is a repeat offender, the amount of bail will also be higher. For example, if two men are arrested for DUI, the first-time offender will have a bail amount that is lower than the second man, who already has one DUI conviction on record.

Extenuating circumstances will also play a major part in the bail proceedings. For instance, someone arrested for DUI will have a larger bail amount if they caused an accident, damaged property, or caused injury or death.

Trusted Bail Bondsman

Tonya Page Bail Bonds works hard to make the process easier for our clients. We can work with any jail in San Joaquin County, 24-hours a day, and 7-days a week. Call us right away and let an expert bail bondsman get started, toll-free at 1-877-861-3761. We know that looking for a bondsman is not the highlight of your day, but we will make sure that it is not the worst part of your day either.


Bail Bonds for All San Joaquin Cities 

  • August
  • Country Club
  • Escalon
  • Farmington
  • French Camp
  • Garden Acres
  • Kennedy
  • Lathrop
  • Lincoln Village
  • Linden
  • Lockeford
  • Lodi
  • Manteca
  • Morada
  • North Woodbridge
  • Ripon
  • South Woodbridge
  • Stockton
  • Taft Mosswood
  • Tracy


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Updated: 04/27/2011