Bail Bonds in Tulare County

Bail Bond Process and Cost

When you call us, a bondsman will answer any questions you have about bail bonds in Tulare County. If you would like to start a bail bond, we can get the necessary paperwork started over the phone. Our simple paperwork can also be completed by fax or email, or a bail agent can meet with you at a location that’s convenient for you, such as your home or office.

Any information you can provide us will be helpful. We’ll need to know the defendant’s full legal name and date of birth, the bail amount, the name of the jail facility they are being held at, and the list of charges. However, an expert bail bondsman can help you even if you do not have all of this information.

The cost of a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. For example, if bail is set at $15,000, you will pay a bondsman $1,500.

We know that paying this amount of money is an unexpected expense that many people cannot afford. That is why we offer several bail bond payment options, including all major credit cards and payment plans.

After paperwork is complete, we will post bail for your friend or family member at any of the Tulare County Jails 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

We know how distressing it can be to know that a loved one is in jail. We will work quickly to make sure that they are released in as little time as possible.

Call 1-877-861-3761 and a bondsman will get started right away on your bail bonds for Tulare County.

Booking and Processing

When someone is arrested in Tulare County, they will be taken to a local Tulare Detention Center for booking and processing. Depending on how busy the staff at the jail is at the time of arrest, it could take several hours to complete the booking process. The detainee will be fingerprinted and photographed. They will be searched for any weapons or drugs and their personal belongings will be cataloged and locked up by the jailer. The detainee will not have access to dell phones, credit cards, money, etc. while they are being held. A background check and nationwide warrant search will also be done.

Setting Bail

In California, the bail amounts are set on a county-by-county basis. Each year, the county judges review the bail schedule and make any necessary adjustments. Each county’s bail schedule will be used by law enforcement officers and the courts when setting a bail amount. If the detainee is eligible for bail, it will be set once booking is complete. There are also circumstances where the judge will release a defendant on their own recognizance (“OR”) or, in some cases, detain them without bail.

After the defendant is completely booked into the system, they will be able to post bail or have a bondsman post a bond for them.

California Bail Bond Contract

If you are considering signing a bail bond contract, there are several important details that you need to be aware of:

  • You will be responsible for paying the bail bond premium. Even if no charges are filed or the defendant is found not guilty, this fee is retained by the bondsman.
  • You are responsible for the defendant. It is important to ensure that they show up for every court appearance.
  • You will be held liable for any fees and costs related to bringing in the defendant if they fail to appear in court, as well as repaying the entire bail amount.
  • You are obligated to provide a current address and employment information for the defendant and notifying the bondsman and court of any changes. You must also share the whereabouts of the defendant if they fail to appear in court.

Bail Bonds for all Tulare County

Scenic Tulare County is located in the Central Valley of California, just south of Fresno. It spans across 4,863 square miles with the peaks of the Sierra Nevadas rising up on the eastern half of the county. Its scenic areas, like the Sequoia National Park, draw thousands of visitors to the area each year.

There are often times where someone living or visiting in the area can get into trouble with the law. If someone you know has been arrested in Tulare County, Tonya Page Bail Bonds can assist you in obtaining a bail bond so they can be released as soon as possible.

  • Allensworth
  • Alpaugh
  • Badger
  • Cutler
  • Dinuba
  • Ducor
  • Earlimart
  • Exeter
  • Farmersville
  • Goshen
  • Ivanhoe
  • Lemon Cove
  • Lindsay
  • London
  • Orosi
  • Pixley
  • Poplar-Cotton Center
  • Porterville
  • Richgrove
  • Seville
  • Springville
  • Strathmore
  • Terra Bella
  • Three Rivers
  • Tipton
  • Traver
  • Tulare
  • Tule River Indian Reservation
  • Visalia
  • Yokohl Ranch
  • White River
  • Woodlake
  • Woodville

When you call 1-877-861-3761 a professional, licensed bondsman is ready to speak with you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week about bail bonds for Tulare County.


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Updated:  03/12/2012