The relatively small county of San Benito is home to only a few cities-Hollister (the county seat), San Juan Bautista, Tres Pinos, Aromas, Paicines and Ridgemark. And if you are caught by a San Benito County sheriff's deputy patrolling one of these areas, you may find yourself in jail and needing a San Benito County bail bondsman.
The county jail is small compared to other counties. With only 28,000 square feet, the facility, located at 710 Flynn Road in Hollister, can only house 124 inmates.
If you are in jail, you want to get out as fast as possible. Golden State Bail Bonds serves San Benito County and can help you navigate you way through the corrections system.
At Golden State Bail Bonds we can help write your San Benito County bond:
- Find out the charges and how much the San Benito County bail bond will be. If you have to appear before a judge, we can find out the court date and send you the information about the bond hearing.
- If you need help posting the San Benito County bail bond, you can call a friend or relative to help you. Even if they don't live in San Benito County, your Golden State bail agent can arrange to get you out of jail. Your friend or relative can bond you out from the comfort of their home by contacting us online or calling us at (800) XXX-XXXX. Our San Benito bail bond forms are easily downloaded from our site or we can fax them to you.
- We take all credit cards and can be paid on the phone or online. The amount will be a small percentage of the bond, usually about 10 percent.
- If you have never been to a jail, it can be a confusing and scary place. Your San Benito County bail bondsman will go to the San Benito County Jail and arrange the bond and release. In most cases, we even offer a free ride home.
We know that people are arrested all hours of the day and night. At Golden State Bail Bonds, we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (800) XXX-XXXX. You can trust a San Benito County bail bondsman to handle your situation with discretion, compassion and professionalism.