Bail Bonds for Shasta County

Bail Bond Process

If you decide to post bail for your friend or family member, you have the option of paying the entire bail amount to the court or jail. As long as the defendant makes it to all court hearings, then the money will be returned to you. This could take weeks or even months to conclude though.

With bail amounts in California being so high, it can be difficult for most people to afford paying it. That’s when the help of a bail bondsman becomes necessary. When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 (1-877-861-3761), the agent will need to ask a few simple questions in order to approve a bond. We’ll need to know the defendant’s full legal name and birth date, address and employment information, their list of charges and bail amount.

After the bond is approved, we will help you complete our simple paperwork. This can be done by phone, fax, email, or in person. You can come to our office or we can arrange to come to you.
The cost of a bail bond is 10%. This means that if bail is $15,000, then you will only pay $1,500 to get them released from jail. We offer convenient payment options to our clients, like credit card acceptance and financing.

When paperwork is complete and payment for the bond has been given, we will go to the jail and post bail for your loved one. They will be released from the jail within a few hours.

If a friend or family member has found themselves on the wrong side of the law recently and has been arrested in Shasta County, you want to find the right bondsman to work with.

When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 for bail bonds in Shasta County, we will answer all of your questions and walk you through the entire process.

Arrest & Booking

Once someone is arrested in Shasta County, they will be transported to the Shasta County Jail for booking. This process includes fingerprinting, photographs, a background check and warrant search. This could take several hours to complete, depending on how busy the jail staff is at the time an arrestee is brought in.

When booking is complete, and if there are no other warrants out for the defendant, then a bail amount will be set according to the county bail schedule. During arraignment, the judge may decide to release the defendant on their own recognizance. In cases of more severe or violent crimes, the judge may also remand the defendant to custody, meaning that they cannot be released from jail. When the defendant cannot be bailed out, they will spend the duration of their court case in jail.

Shasta County Jail Information

Shasta County Jail
1655 West St.
Redding, CA 96001

Bail Bonds in Redding

The Shasta County Jail is operated by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department. Shasta County is located in the northern region of California and is home to more than 177,223 residents. Each year, thousands of visitors come to the area to visit attractions like Shasta Lake, Lassen Peak, and the Sundial Bridge. It was one of the original counties when California became a state in 1850.

A Bondsman You Can Trust

This is a frustrating situation to be in and you need a helping hand to get through it with ease. Tonya Page Bail Bonds is a team of licensed, caring agents who are ready to guide you through the entire bail bond process 24-hours a day.

For bail bonds in Shasta County, call us at any time of the day or night at 1-877-861-3761.

Serving all of Shasta County

  • Anderson
  • Bella Vista
  • Big Bend
  • Burney
  • Cassel
  • Cottonwood
  • Fall River Mills
  • French Gulch
  • Hat Creek
  • Keswick
  • Lakehead
  • McArthur
  • Millville
  • Montgomery Creek
  • Mountain Gate
  • Old Station
  • Palo Cedro
  • Redding
  • Round Mountain
  • Shasta
  • Shasta Lake City
  • Shingletown

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Updated:  09/19/2011