Jail can be a scary place and you may want to avoid making a visit. At Golden State Bail Bonds, as soon as you call us at (800) XXX-XXXX we find out where your friend or relative is housed and contact the jail. Don't think posting an Oakland bail bond is a quick process. Booking at the Alameda County facilities can take several hours as the inmate is fingerprinted, photographed and undergoes a background check at the jail.
In 2005, the Oakland Board of Supervisors decided to close the city's jail. About 300 inmates were transferred to the Glenn Dyer Jail in Oakland and to the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. The Santa Rita Jail, which holds 4,000 inmates, has been scrutinized for violence and overcrowding. The Glenn Dyer Jail and the Santa Rita Jail are run by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office.
That means when people are arrested in Oakland, they will go to one of the Alameda County jails. If you are looking for a defendant who has called to tell you he has been arrested in Oakland, Golden State Bail Bonds has licensed, professional Oakland bail bondsmen that can help you find your friend or relative and bond them out of jail. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help anyone post an Oakland bond.
Be prepared to answer several questions before posting an Oakland bail bond including:
- Do you have property to secure the Oakland bond?
- How will you be paying the bondsman?
- Will you assure the defendant is back in an Oakland courtroom?
Golden State Bail Bonds can help with all bail bonds in Oakland including:
- Surety Bonds
- Immigration Bail Bonds
- Criminal Bail Bonds
- Felony Bail Bonds
- Misdemeanor Bail Bonds
- Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
- DUI Bail Bonds
- Traffic Bail Bonds
- Civil Bonds
- Federal Bail Bonds
We even wait at the jail until the Oakland bail bond is paid and the inmate is released if you don't want to come down to the jail to post bond. You can pay the Oakland bail bondsman over the phone. We even offer a free ride home or back to their car once the Oakland bail bond is posted.
While bail is a right in most cases, there are restrictions a defendant must follow until their next court appearance in Oakland. Your Oakland bail bondsman will explain these restrictions to you, since they vary depending on the charge. We want to make sure you don't end up in an Alameda County Jail again.
We have helped many Oakland defense attorneys get their clients out of jail on bond and we offer that same professional service to everyone that calls Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX. Don't let your friend or loved one stay in an Alameda County Jail a minute longer than necessary.