Bail Bonds in Vallejo

Reputable Vallejo Bondsman

When a friend or family member has been arrested in Vallejo, your first thoughts are of how to get them released quickly and safely. You want to find a reputable bail bond agent that is ready to work for you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds has built a wide network across California. We work with jails throughout the state and can post bail 24-hours a day.   All necessary paperwork can be completed by phone, fax, email, or in person. An agent is also available to meet with you at a location you choose, such as your home or work.  


We know that looking for a bail bondsman is not the way you want to spend the day. That is why we work quickly to make sure that the whole process goes as smoothly as possible for you. Call us and your loved one will spend as little time in jail as necessary.  Tonya Page Bail Bonds can post bail bond 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.  

Call us right away for free information on bail bonds in Vallejo: 1-877-861-3761.


The Bail Process and Cost

In California, bail is set on a county-by-county basis. Each county’s judge has an annual review of the bail schedule and will adjust the amounts as needed. This bail schedule will be used by law enforcement throughout the county to set bail amounts for defendants. The judge always considers public safety when setting bail. If the defendant could cause more harm to the public, the bail amount will be set higher.

If the defendant is a repeat offender, their bail amount will be set higher.  Any extenuating circumstances will be taken into consideration. For example, if the defendant was arrested for a DUI but also caused an accident, injury, or death, the amount of bail will be greater than that of a DUI alone.

The judge will also consider if the defendant poses a flight risk, i.e. no family ties to the community, or unemployed, etc.In some instances, the judge may allow the defendant to be released on their own recognizance (“OR”) and no bail will be needed for their release. The bail amount could also be reduced by the judge.There is also the possibility that the judge will order the defendant to be remanded, meaning that there will be no bail and the defendant will spend the duration of the court proceedings in jail.

Once a bail amount has been set for your loved one, you may pay the entire bail amount to the court or jail. The defendant will be required to appear for all court cases or the bail could be revoked and they would go to jail. After the court case has concluded, the bail money will be returned to you. The way many cases go, though, it could be months or even years before you received this money back.

Your other option is to seek the services of a licensed bail bondsman. Rather than having to pay what is often a very large sum of money, you can pay a percentage (10%) of the bail amount to a bail bondsman. For example, if bail is set at $15,000, you will pay a bail bondsman $1,500. The bondsman will then go to the jail or courthouse and post the bond. This fee paid to the bondsman, called the premium, is not returned to you, regardless of the outcome of the case.

When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, we can answer all of your questions about the bail process and get to work right away.

Vallejo Police Department

Vallejo Police Department
111 Amador St.
Vallejo, CA 94590
Phone: 707-648-4321

The officers of the Vallejo Police Department strive to enhance, protect, and promote the quality of life for the residents and visitors of Vallejo. The community spans an area of almost 54 square miles with a population of over 117,000 residents.

If your loved one has been arrested in Vallejo, they will be transported to the Solano County Jail for booking. This process consists of fingerprinting, photographs (“mug shots”), background check and warrant search. Depending on how busy the jail staff is at the time, this could take several hours to complete. Once booking is finished, a bail amount will be set so the bond can be posted and your loved one released.

 Our bail bondsman will help you get started now at 1-877-861-3761.



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Updated ​04/​16/2015