Bail Bonds for Campbell

Expert Bondsman With Answers

If someone you know has been arrested in Campbell, you are probably looking for an efficient bail bonds company to answer your questions quickly. Most people don’t know how the bail bonds process works or much about the laws and arrest and booking process in California.

Please call Tonya Page Bail Bonds for Campbell toll free at 1-877-861-3761.  You can also reach us locally at 650-227-3134.

You’ll be directly connected to an expert bondsman, we’ll need to collect basic information about the specific situation your friend or loved one is in. This will give us a clear understanding of how we can best serve you. Most of our clients are unaware of the fact that the bail bonds approval process only takes a few minutes.

We’ve found that most of our customers like the convenience of using our bail bonds service by fax or e-mail which allows a faster bail process from the comfort of your home or office. Or, if you prefer, we can send a 24-hour licensed bail agent to meet with you at your home, office or the jail where your loved one is being held.

If you need help with bail bonds for Campbell, or seek assistance immediately and don’t delay on their release. Tonya Page Bail Bonds is here to help. 

Campbell Police Department and Jail Information

Campbell Police Department
70 North First Street
Campbell, California 95008
Phone: 408-866-2121
Hours of Operation: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wed: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

The Campbell Police Department consists of four major divisions including Administration, Field Services, Special Enforcement and Support Services. The Campbell Police Department officers are extremely dedicated to providing a safe community for residents, businesses and visitors.

When someone is arrested by the Campbell PD, they will be taken to one of the Santa Clara County Jails for booking and processing. Bail may be posted after that process is complete.

Responsibilities for Bail Bonds

When you bail someone out of jail, you become the “indemnitor.” This means you assume the indemnitor responsibilities that the defendant will show up in court. Should they fail to appear in court, you will be held responsible for assisting the bail bonds company in locating them and returning them to court.

It’s good to keep in mind however, that issues such as these are usually easily resolved and fairly uncommon. Rarely do these examples go beyond a simple phone call to straighten out the situation.

If you have questions or would like to obtain bail bonds in Campbell today, please call our office at 1-877-861-3761 or at 650-227-3134.



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Updated: 02/20/2015