Contra Costa County Bail Bonds

Golden State Bail Bonds of Contra Costa County, California

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Posting a Contra Costa County bail bond can be confusing. Contra County has several cities including Antioch, Brentwood, Clayton, Danville, Concord, El Cerrito, Hercules, Knightsen, Lafayette, Martinez, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Richmond, San Pablo, San Ramon and Walnut Creek. And the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office operates four detention facilities. But the main facility, the Martinez Detention Facility located at 1000 Ward Street in Martinez is the where police and deputies take most new arrestees.

Still, you think you know what you need to do to post a Contra Costa County bail bond. You read that it could take up to 72 hours before an inmate is taken to court for a bail hearing. What you don't know is that many charges such as minor traffic offenses and DUI may have a preset bond and you can get a Contra Costa bail bondsman to post bail for you and get your loved on out in a matter of hours. It can be done with one phone call to Golden State Bail Bonds.

At Golden State Bail Bonds, we know that you may need a Contra Costa bail bond anytime of the day or night. That's why we have agents ready for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week when you call us at (800) XXX-XXXX. To make it even easier, here is some basic information about posting a Contra Costa bail bond.

  • A Golden State Bail Bonds representative will take your information over the telephone. You may not know what the charges are or how much the Contra Costa bail bond is. Some charges will not have a bond. You or your loved one may have to stay in jail for 72 hours and then appear before a judge. A Golden State Bail Bonds representative can even be in court for the bond hearing before the Contra Costa bail bond.
  • If you are need help getting the bail bond in Contra Costa County from an out of state or out of town relative is not a problem! Our bail bond forms can be downloaded, emailed of faxed. Your friend or relative can pay your Contra Costa County bail without ever having to leave their home.
  • Often, someone is arrested and their car is impounded or maybe they weren't driving a car at the time of the arrest. That presents a big problem for you after the Contra Costa County bail bond is paid. It is no problem for Golden State Bail Bonds. In most cases, we can pick you up after your bail is paid.

At Golden State Bail Bonds, we know that an arrest, no matter what the charges or circumstances, is traumatizing. That's why when we bail you or a loved one out of the Contra Costa Jail, we treat you like we treat our own family. We maintain the highest standards of professionalism. We are members of the California Bail Agents Association.