If you find yourself in the Butte County Jail and in need of a Butte County bail bond, you may feel lost. If you are from one of the cities and towns in Butte County (Biggs, Chico, Gridley, Oroville, Paradise, Cohassett, Concow, Durham, Magalia, Oroville East, Palermo, Richvale, South Oroville, Stirling City and Thermalito), you may have someone who can bail you out of jail. But if you were just traveling through central California, you may now know where to turn for a Butte County bail bonds.
After an arrest, you are allowed one phone call and that call should be to Golden State Bail Bonds. Golden State Bail Bonds can write a Butte County bail bond for any type of arrest from a simple traffic violation, DUI to assault. We can get you out of jail the fastest way possible and legally.
If you don't have any money on you, you do have options. Remember, you only have to pay a percentage of the bail amount when you use a bail bondsman. That amount varies by charge and circumstances.
Let's say you don't have any money on you and you need your grandmother to pay your Butte county bail bond. No matter where your grandmother lives, she can take care of the bail bond in a few simple steps:
- If your grandmother has a computer, she can download the forms needed to start the Butte County bail bond process. If your grandmother is not computer savvy, she can have the forms faxed to her at a location of her choice. We will be able to give her all the information she needs: the charges, the bail amount and the next court date.
- The Butte County Jail is located at 33 County Center in Oroville. Your friend or relative can come down to the jail, or Golden State bail bonds will send a representative to the jail. And if you don't have a way home after posing a bail bond in Butte County, a Golden County Bail Bonds agent can drive you home.
With the Butte County Sheriff's Office, the Paradise Police Department, the Gridley-Biggs Police Department, the Oroville Police Department and the California Highway Patrol all patrolling and having arrest powers in Butte county, you may be confused as to who you pay your bail. Golden State Bail Bonds has worked with all these agencies in posting a Butte County bail and we will make sure your bond is paid to the proper agency or court.
Finally, we know that an arrest can happen at any time of day or night. That is why Golden State Bail Bonds is available to help you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are there when you need us to help you and your family through a very stressful time.