If you get a call from a friend or loved one who needs an El Dorado County bail bond you need to make sure who arrested them. The El Dorado County Jail serves the cities Placerville, South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Camino, Cool, Diamond Springs, El Dorado, Garden Valley, Georgetown, Grizzly Flats, Happy Valley, Mt. Aukum, Outingdale, Pollock Pines, Shingle Springs, Somerset and Twin Bridges. The jail also houses inmates from nearby Alpine County.
You may get that call about an El Dorado County bail bond at 2 p.m. or 2 a.m. Golden State Bail Bonds is ready 24 hours a day, seven days a week to post bail bonds in El Dorado bail bonds. Finding out that someone is getting arrested is stressful and you may be at your wits end. At Golden State Bail bonds, we want to make the process as easy as possible.
El Dorado Bail Bond Tips:
- Be patient. Even if the charge is only a minor traffic violation, it still may take several hours for someone to be released on an El Dorado County bail bond. Fingerprints, records checks and pictures are all an important part of the booking process. If the arrest was made on a weekend night, the El Dorado County Jail is usually very busy and that will slow the process down even more.
- You don't have to come to the El Dorado County Jail to post bond. If you have never been to a jail, it can be an intimidating place. That's why Golden State Bail Bonds sends a licensed, professional agent to the jail to handle the bonding process. All you need to do is fax or email the bond papers to us, then make arrangements to pay online or on the phone. We accept all major credit cards and even do bail financing for an El Dorado County bail bond.
- El Dorado County bail bonds are paid to assure that the inmate returns for his or her upcoming court appearances. Your Golden State bail bond agent will keep you informed. Failing to appear is a serious violation and can result in immediate incarceration in an El Dorado county jail.
No one wants to face jail or have a friend or loved one behind bars, but at Golden State Bail Bonds, we treat you like we treat our own family. Call us at (800) XXX-XXXX for prompt, professional service by licensed California bondsmen that you can trust.
Two jails serve El Dorado County. The jails are:
300 Placerville Road
South Lake Tahoe Jail
1051 Al Tahoe Road