If you are awakened in the middle of the night with a phone call that a friend or relative needs an Elk Grove bail bondsman, you may not know who to call. Golden State Bail Bonds is the one call you should make first. When you call us at (800) XXX-XXXX, you will receive prompt, professional service from an Elk Grove bail bondsman.
When most people think of Sacramento County, they have the state capital in mind. However, Elk Grove, located in Sacramento County, is known as the fastest growing city in the United States. And with population growth, often comes a growth in the crime rate.
Here is what a Golden State Bail Bondsmen will do for you:
- We call the Sacramento County Jail to find out the amount of the Elk Grove bail bond.
- You don't even have to venture out in the middle of the night. You can stay home and your Golden State bail bondsman can handle everything either online or on the phone. You can download any of our forms off our website or we will fax them to you.
- You can pay us either online or on the phone. By paying us a percentage of the entire bond (about 10 percent), you can successfully get your friend or relative out of jail.
Unfortunately, it can take several hours for an inmate to be booked. Then the Elk Grove bail bond must be determined before they can be released. We will wait for your loved one to get out of jail and will even offer a free ride home if you don't want to come to the jail.
If your loved one must go to court in Elk Grove for a bond hearing before he or she can be released, we will pass this information on to you. We will be waiting to assist you once a judge sets the bail bond.
The Elk Grove Police Department is located at 8400 Laguna Palms Way. If you or someone you know is arrested in Elk Grove, you will be taken to one of two jails located in Sacramento County to post bond:
Main Jail in Elk Grove651 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 874-6752
Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center (RCCC)12500 Bruceville Road Elk Grove, CA 95757 Phone: (916) 874-1927