Bail Bonds for Big Bear

Expert Bondsman Available Online

We have an expert bail bondsman for Big Bear available any time of day – in person or online. Our staff strives to provide excellent service for our clients in their stressful time of need. We offer the most convenient methods of processing bail bonds in Big Bear with information available online and by telephone and completion of your bond by fax and/or email.

When you call, you will speak with a bondsman that is professional and licensed. Our staff is experienced in issuing bail bonds and getting people out of the Big Bear Jail in the shortest time possible.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds comes highly recommended by our past clients and attorneys from across the state. If you are in of need bail bonds in Big Bear, have questions or would like to know more about the bail process in Big Bear and the surrounding communities, please call our toll free number now at 1-877-861-3761.

Big Bear Sheriff Station and Jail Information

Big Bear Sheriff’s Station 
477 Summit Boulevard
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Phone: 909-866-0100

Captain Greg Garland, along with his team of Sheriff deputies helps to keep Big Bear a safe and pleasant place to live or visit. They operate the Big Bear Jail, a Type 1 jail facility located within the county building. Because the jail is small, a person who is not bailed out in a timely manner may be transferred to a different location to avoid overcrowding.

If you have a friend or loved one that is currently being held by the Big Bear Sheriff’s Department, please call us today so they aren’t transferred, which can add significant time to their jail stay.

Bail Amounts and Cost

In California, a bail bond cost is 10% of the full bail amount. If you are uncertain about the defendant’s bail, we can contact the Big Bear Station or the San Bernardino Jail for you to find out charges and bail amounts.

Often, it may take some time for the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station to provide full information, depending on how busy they are. Generally, the arresting officer must first complete the arrest and booking process before they can provide full bail information. As a professional licensed bail bondsman, even if the bail amount is not immediately available from the Sheriff’s department, we can often help you to estimate the bail amount based on what you know of the charges. This can help you decide if you can afford to, or want to move forward with posting bail.

To get answers to your questions or to start a Big Bear bail bond, call us now toll free at 1-877-861-3761.

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