Posting a San Bernandino bail bond can be confusing if you have never dealt with a jail. When you call Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX, we handle all the details for you.
In recent years, San Bernandino has been ranked as one of the top 25 most dangerous cities in America. The city is the county seat of San Bernardino County which is the largest county in size in the United States. The city is patrolled by the San Bernardino Police Department, which doesn't have a city jail. Detainees are held in one of the San Bernandino county facilities, most often the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga.
If someone is arrested in San Bernardino, it may take a while to get bonding information to a San Bernardino County bail bondsman.
Here are some facts you need to know about posting bail bonds in San Bernandino:
- San Bernardino officials only accept cash or bail bonds to release an inmate on bail. The jail only accepts bonds from a licensed bail bond agent. Golden State Bail Bonds can handle the entire bail process from the time the San Bernardino bail is set to the time the inmate is released.
- Once we know how much the bail is, we will find out how long it will take to bond the inmate out. That keeps loved ones from having to wait hours at a San Bernardino jail while the inmate is being processed.
What happens when you call a San Bernardino bondsman?
At Golden State Bail Bonds, we don't just operate out of our office. We go to the San Bernardino jail and get the information related to the arrest. If the inmate will not be paying the bond, we communicate with the person who is. We make it easy by having forms available to download or fax and by accepting all major credit cards for the San Bernardino bail. We even give the defendant a ride home once he is bonded out from the San Bernardino County Jail.
While it all sounds simple, a San Bernandino bail bond can have serious implications. Once you are bonded out of jail, you must return to the appropriate court for disposition of your case or you could be arrested for failure to appear.
You can trust the licensed professionals at Golden State Bail Bonds. We have agents ready 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (800) XXX-XXXX to help you in San Bernardino. Golden State Bail Bonds is a member of the California Bail Agents Association and the Professional Bail Agents of the United States.