The Plumas County Sheriff's Correctional Center, houses 67 inmates at all levels, according to the sheriff's office website. Plumas County is located 80 miles northwest of Reno, Nevada and has two incorporated cities, Quincy (the county seat) and Portola. The county population is just over 20,000.
You may have never thought about posting a Plumas County bail bond and what it involves until you or a loved one is arrested. A bond is paid to a court to ensure a defendant will appear in court or pay a fine on a certain date.
A Plumas County bail bondsman can help you secure bond and keep from spending several nights in jail. Golden State Bail Bonds provides bonds for Plumas County offenses that range from felonies to misdemeanors, which includes several traffic charges. We also provide surety and immigration bonds.
So what do you need to do if you need to make bond in Plumas County. One easy call to Golden State Bail Bonds at (800)XXX-XXXX will get a licensed Plumas County bail bondsman working for you. You can make a phone call to us from inside the Plumas County Sheriff's Correctional Center and pay your own bond with a major credit card. California law says bail should be 10 percent of the total amount. So if your bond is set at $2,000, you will only pay $200. But if you can't pay your bond, we can help you find a friend or relative who can. Your friend or relative doesn't even have to leave their house.
The steps are as easy as 1-2-3:
- Golden State Bail Bonds can fax forms to your friend or relative. We do fill out most of the forms.
- We accept all major credit cards and we can accept payment online or on the phone.
- Your Golden State Bail Bonds' agent will make sure you have a way to get home, even if the agent has to take you home!
There are some things to consider. It could take a few hours at the Plumas County Sheriff's Correctional Center before you are booked and you know your bond. Bond on some Plumas County charges is preset but in many cases you may have to go before a judge. This usually happens within 48 hours. Golden State Bail Bonds can appear in the Plumas County court with you to help secure your release on bond.
At Golden State Bail Bonds, we know that Plumas County law enforcement officials arrest people at all hours of the day and night. We have Plumas County bail bondsman available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (800)XXX-XXXX.