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Oxnard Bail Bonds 805-639-0023

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San Luis Obispo Bail Bonds

Posted on November 10, 2020 at 11:20 PM Comments comments (24)
San Luis Obispo county has several locations to post bail, including there main jail in the city of San Luis Obispo.  Keep in mind that when someone is arrested, they can be held at the local city jail for hours before being transported to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Main Jail.

When someone is arrested, here are some things to help us help you get a bail bond posted quick.
1. What police department arrested your family or friend?
2. What is the full name and date of birth of them?
3. About what time did they get arrested?

This 3 things are important in expediting the search of information for your family or friend.  It is crucial that when you call us, to share this information so we may monitor your family or friend booking process and keep you posted.
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Things to know before calling our bail bonds office

Posted on March 17, 2020 at 6:43 AM Comments comments (0)
Things you should know before contacting our office to speak with our family bail agents.
There is certain information that a bail bond company will need in order to assist, but not all is required:
  • Which city or county jail is the person in? (Make sure that you ask the person that is calling you from jail where they are at or being taken including the city).
  • What is the full name, date of birth and other names used? We will need this information in order to contact the jail the are at in order to verify bail amount and charges. It is not necessary to have a booking number because when we contact the jail we will get that.
  • Do you know how much is the bail and or what they got arrested for? As a licensed bail agent will get this information when we contact the jail if you do not have it handy at the time. After finding out from the jail what the bail and charges are, we will be able to explain your options to post bail now or wait til first appearance in court if needed.
  • How long does the process take for release? After we find out about bail amount, the jail can average anywhere from 2 to 8 hours to go through booking, than another 2 to 8 hours for release.  This depends on which facility they are being held.  If in a local police department, like Oxnard Police, they normally book within 2 hours and release in about 1 hour.  So they would take about 3 hours total for booking and release.
Any other bail questions can be addressed by contacting our office 24/7.
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Ventura County Bail Bond Schedule

Posted on March 7, 2020 at 5:48 AM Comments comments (0)
Customers ask how a certain offense bail is determined after arrest.  Well each county, like Ventura, has a presumptive bail schedule that is used when arrest are made.  This presumptive bail schedule is used by the booking agency to determine the bail based on the most serious offense.  Lets take example someone is arrested for Felony domestic violence in Ventura County.  The current bail bond schedule in Ventura County for a felony domestic is $20,000.  However, there are some important things to know which could increase the bail. One would be request by the arresting agency to increase based on the circumstances of the arrest and injury.  Also you would have to take into consideration of priors and if on probation.  Keep in mind that on an offense involving domestic violence or any type of violent offense were the bail is increased above the bail schedule, Ventura County requires a mandatory appearance in front of a judge prior to posting bail.  To learn more about Ventura County Bail Schedule, you can got to http://www.ventura.courts.ca.gov/pdf_files/bail_schedule.pdf

For any questions regarding an arrest and learning what the bail is for a family or friend, call 24/7 805-641-2245.  Serving bail bond needs in Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles County since 1995.
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Santa Maria Bail Bonds

Posted on July 14, 2016 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)
Learning how to navigate the process when someone gets arrested in Santa Maria, or by the Santa Maria Police department can be stressful.  Anyone arrested in Santa Maria by the Police Department will be taken to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff department jail on Foster.  The Foster facility is very quick to book someone, and release within 2 hours or less.  Of course this depends on staffing and arrest to handle.  If someone is booked at the Foster facility, they are more likely going to be transported to the Main Jail in Santa Barbara after some time.  This can cause a delay in the release process if you are trying to post bail for a family or friend.  

The best way to monitor there booking process is by giving us a call.  We will periodically check on there process, and as soon as they have finished that booking process, we will know what the bail bond amount is for your family or friend.

To learn more about posting bail at the Santa Barbara County jail foster station after an arrest by Santa Maria Police Department, call 805-937-5002.  
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Lompoc Police Department bail posting

Posted on May 25, 2016 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)
Its late at night, and you get a call from a family member who has been arrested by the Lompoc Police Department, what next?  Will you can call the police department yourself to find out information, but more likely you will not get as much information as a bail bondsman would.

Keep in mind that the Lompoc police department operates a small jail, and many times they are understaffed.  In being understaffed, they will not have much time to answer your questions.  Let us help you get the information you like to know so if posting bail is an option.  We can obtain bail information from jail staff a lot quicker as we have not only built relationships with staff, but are always up to date with the latest in there operations.

When you need to find out any information on a family or friend at the Lompoc police department, give us a cal first.  We will do everything we can to get that information quick and explain to you the process.  Keep in mind that the jail does take anywhere from 1 up to 8 hours for booking, so information might not be available immediatley, but rest assured that we will monitor there booking process and keep you updated.

To learn more, call 805-937-5002 to speak with a registered, licensed and bonded bail agent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and holidays.  We never close!
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Ventura County Jail Booking Process

Posted on January 16, 2016 at 1:29 AM Comments comments (0)
When we receive calls from the Ventura County Jail, they are routed through a vendor that requires an account to accept collect calls from inmates.  It is one of the frustrating things families have to experience when it takes a while to hear from them because they have to setup an account.

Be aware that the majority of the County jails have a phone system that requires one to open an account.  Many times I receive calls from the Ventura County Jail for posting bail, and discover that they are unable to get in touch with there family to make arraignments for bail. This is were I am able to communicate with inmates families, and sometimes able to connect a 3 way calling so they may speak with family while I am able to explain the process as well.

When accepting calls from any jail, keep in mind that they are recorded.  Keep the conversations to matters in regards to posting bail, or things that have no relation to the reason you are in jail.  As the saying goes, "Lose lips sink ships".

Lastly, be prepared to have a credit card to open the account to accept your family or friend calls from the jail.  Most require a minimum of $25 for accepting calls.  For more information, contact the jail facility were your family or friend is in custody to determine who the vendor is as many county jails use different vendors to operate the jails phone systems

For more information on posting bail for a loved one, contact our office at 805-639-0023.
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Common bail bond questions

Posted on September 24, 2015 at 2:47 AM Comments comments (0)
I receive calls daily and in doing so I have listed the top 3 common questions asked.

1. I have a family or friend arrested, but I do not know what is going on or how much his bail is. Can you help me find out?

When a family or friend has been arrested, they are usually taken to the local police station or county jail for booking.  This process can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours, and during this time we will not be able to obtain bail information until booking has been complete.  Because of this timely process, we will monitor his booking process and after they are booked, we will contact the customer with the charges, first court date and bail information if they wish to bail out the detainee.

2. I have not heard from my family or friend after they were taken by the police.  What can I do, or what is going on?

As mentioned earlier, the booking process takes a while and the detainee will not be able to use the phone for several hours.  You will have to be patient, but as part of our service, we will monitor the booking process and let you know what your options are in contacting your family or friend.  

3. What does it cost to post bail?  After verifying the bail amount, the bond company has a regulated fee that has to be charged, and that is 10% of the bail amount set.  This for example would be if someone has a $10,000 bail set, then the legal fee that will be charged is $1000, which is non-refundable regardless of the outcome of the case.

For more information on posting bail in Oxnard, Ventura, Camarillo, Santa Barbara, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Van Nuys and all other cities in Southern California, please call 805-639-0023



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Fillmore Bail Bonds

Posted on June 20, 2015 at 2:11 PM Comments comments (0)
If you live or work in the city of Fillmore, California you might find yourself, friend or family in need of a bail bondsman.  The city of Fillmore has its own police station operated by the Ventura County Sheriff department.  If a family or friend is arrested in Fillmore, they will be taken to the main jail in Ventura for booking.  The Fillmore police department does not have staff nor room for booking and releasing people from there.  

If you find a need for bail and additional information, call 805-524-3900.
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Bail Bonds In Oxnard

Posted on December 22, 2014 at 12:01 PM Comments comments (0)
If someone you know has been caught up for a crime, and you know that they are not guilty of charge, then you should most definitely help them get out of jail. Now how would you do that safely? You need to contact a bail bond or bail bondsmen.
Bail Bond agents are companies that will go about as a surety and vow cash or property as bail for the presence of persons charged in court. You are not allowed to leave the "jail" unless your documents have been marked for lawful release by the Bail Bondsman. In spite of the fact that banks, insurance agencies and other comparable foundations generally provide with the sureties on different sorts of agreement, such units are hesitant to put their investors' or policyholders' trusts at the sort of danger which is included in posting a bail bond.
Bail Bond agents are ordinarily in the business to help innocent people get out of the jail. None of the human beings is perfect; they all make mistakes. So if someone unintentionally or unknowingly made a mistake, they shouldn’t be made to suffer as much as an individual who actually committed a crime. That is why some bail bonds are made to assist these people. 
You can contact Oxnard Bail bonds if you know someone whom you want to help, and you think that they don’t deserve being imprisoned in jail. Kindly just contact Bail Bonds in Oxnard, and they will certainly help you out as it is their job to let humans live, and provide relief for them. If you can’t pay the heavy ransoms, then call us!
We are here at your service. Arriving in a prison is not so simple and getting out rapidly is not possible even unless you are able to pay the heavy amounts to the Jail Department by yourself. For people who can’t, we’re here to assist them.

This implies that you may need to make use of the Bail bonds in Oxnard, whose residents are known for their professionalism, consideration and devotion to giving you the best client administrations.
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Bail Bonds Posting at Oxnard Police Department

Posted on December 11, 2014 at 4:01 PM Comments comments (0)
Bail bond posting at the Oxnard Police Department can take a lot quicker process when posted at the jail.  The staff at the Oxnard Police Department will usually process the arrested individual within an hour or so.  This is due to the time constraints they are under to not have to many detainees at the Oxnard Jail, as it operates under a small capacity.  

This is important to know especially when your family or friend was arrested in the city of Oxnard, they should attempt to bail them out quickly from the Oxnard Police Department, prior to being transported to the Ventura County Main Jail in Ventura, California.

In most instances, the arrested individual can have bail posted after booking within an hour or less, so they can go home and attend to there normal return.

For more questions about bail, one can call our Oxnard Bail Bonds hotline at 805-639-0023d
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