Bail Bonds for Palo Alto

If someone you know has been arrested in Palo Alto, then you’re probably in need of a bail bondsman. Tonya Page Bail Bonds knows how important your situation can be and the stress that this situation can cause. Thus, we provide to you the best bail bond service there is to offer. We have a full staff of licensed and experienced bail bondsmen who can take you through the bail bond process, step-by-step in an efficient and informative manner.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including all holidays. Do not hesitate to call us and ask questions. We will kindly answer all of your questions and explain the bail bond process fully.

For bail bonds in Palo Alto, call us today at 1-877-861-3761.  You can also reach us locally at 650-227-3134.

Palo Alto Police & Jail Information

Palo Alto Police Department 275 Forest Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: 650-329-2413

Palo Alto is located between San Jose and San Francisco. The Palo Alto Police Department provides exceptional law enforcement services throughout the community. The Palo Alto Police Department also partners with the Santa Clara County jail system. So, when someone is arrested by the Palo Alto PD, they will be taken to the Santa Clara Main Jail Complex.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds completely understands how the Santa Clara County jail process works and we can offer to you a convenient method of posting a bail bond whether it’s by fax or e-mail. We also offer to meet you at any location of your choice. We handle all paperwork with confidentially, and most importantly, efficiency. Please call us today to speak to a licensed bail bondsmen about a bail bond for Palo Alto.

No Collateral Bail Bonds

Most bail bonds completed by Tonya Page Bail Bonds do not require collateral. However, other companies may require collateral to assist in guaranteeing that the defendant will show up to their scheduled court dates. With our company, if necessary, collateral can be used in the form of California real estate or a cash deposit. If collateral is used to secure a bail bond, it will be returned after the case has been closed.

It’s important to understand, that if for any reason the defendant does not show up to court or cannot be located, the bail bond company will have to use the collateral to pay the “forfeiture” of the total bail amount. Therefore, your home or cash deposit will no longer be yours to claim.

When you contact us, a bondsman will quickly determine whether or not you need to issue collateral for a bond. Generally, bonds that are of higher risk require collateral. To speak to a licensed bail bondsman about this issue, or to start a Palo Alto bail bond, contact us now at our toll free number: 1-877-861-3761 or locally at 650-227-3134.



More Santa Clara County Bail Information

Updated: 04/06/2012