Bail Bonds for Woodside

Famous for its horse trails, Woodside is a tiny town in San Mateo County. If your loved one finds themselves under arrest within Woodside, it’s best to go into this with all the knowledge you can, and when your family’s well-being is at stake you’ll want the best allies you can get.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds is one of the leading voices in the industry, possessing a wealth of information relating to the San Mateo County legal system and ready to combat any curve balls tossed your way. We conveniently offer to you bail bonds by fax or email so you never have to leave home. However, if you prefer, we can meet with you at a location of your choice. Our friendly and expert bail agents will kindly walk you through the entire process and answer any and all questions you may have.

We’ve got the knowledge, you’ve got the need. There is no reason to not explore every available option. We are prepared to help you in any way possible with the arrest process. Don’t go through this alone; call us now for help with bail bonds in Woodside at 1-877-861-3761.

Woodside Police Services

Woodside police protection is provided by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department. Upon arrest in Woodside, the detainee is taken to either Maguire Jail or the San Mateo County Women’s Correctional Facility in Redwood City.

From there they enter a process known as booking, in which they’ll be subject to photography, fingerprinting, interviews with detectives, and various background checks against national databases.

At that point, they become eligible for bail.

How is Bail Set?

Every year, judges in San Mateo County review and change the bail amounts and publish them in the county’s Bail Schedule. Bail amounts don’t change much annually. When someone is arrested, the police department simply consults the bail schedule to set bail.

Bail can generally be posted within hours of arrest. If the defendant is not bailed out, they will go before the judge within three business days. At that point, the judge overseeing your loved one’s case will alter the default amount depending on many factors, including criminal history, severity of the crime, perceived threat to public safety, and the possibility that they will skip court. Depending on these factors and what they’re accused of, you may see yourself paying more or less, or possibly not even having the option after seeing the judge.

To explore your options, call us at our toll-free number 1-877-861-3761 and we’ll be happy to answer any bail questions you may have. All your information is handled in a professional and confidential manner by our licensed and expert bail agents. If you prefer to meet with us face-to-face, call us, we can handle that as well.


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Updated 03/08/2011