WELCOME TO REDWOOD CITY BAIL BONDS!
Redwood City Bail Bonds is conveniently open 24 hour every day, with professional Bail Agents always available to help you and your loved ones with all of you bail bond needs.
At Redwood City Bail Bonds, we understand that everyone’s situation is different and pride ourselves on our flexible and personable service. Redwood City Bail Bonds will work hard and fast to get you out of the San Mateo County Jail system so you miss minimal time from work, and your family. Sleep in your own bed tonight by calling or walking-in to Redwood City Bail Bonds. We are eager to serve you any time of day or night, 24 hours a day. 650-366-6200
Redwood City Bail Bonds provides nationwide service, with offices located throughout Northern California. Redwood City Bail Bonds provides services to San Mateo County and all surrounding communities.
Please ask about our no interest financing and affordable discount bail. Redwood City Bail Bonds is able to help most people with affordable financing regardless of their financial situation. We can customize a payment plan based on your unique situation and in most cases, without collateral.
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REDWOOD CITY BAIL BONDS HAS ANSWERS TO YOUR BAIL QUESTIONS
Redwood City Bail Bonds Is Luna Bail Bonds, one of the most honest and down to earth Bail Bonds Company in Northern California. We are here to serve San Mateo County and surrounding communities. What is bail, can I afford to bail out, should I bail out and will I get my money back, are just some of the commonly asked questions. The process of getting arrested and bailing out can be stressful and confusing.
That is why we at Luna Bail Bonds Redwood City are here to help you through the whole process of bail, explaining it step by step. Redwood City Bail Bonds are here to serve San Mateo County, and will do anything in our power to get your loved ones out of jail and get the bail bonds they need. Redwood City Bail Bonds is now in Santa Rosa at 2900 Mendocino Ave # 100. We have grown as a company through genuinely helping people who are in need. 650-366-6200
Although we are not lawyers, we do everything in our power to help the people of California maintain their right to innocence and freedom until proven guilty. In Addition to Redwood City Bail Bonds, we have five regional bail bonds office located through out California, we work across the state of California and have bail bondsman everywhere, ready to help you at the drop of a dime. Check out our other offices; Luna Bail Bonds Hollister, Luna Bail Bonds San Francisco and Luna Bail Bonds Santa Rosa if you are in the area!
A licensed bondsman from Redwood City Bail Bonds will answer all your questions regarding the process of Bail and how Bail Bonds work. We can be reached locally 24 hours a day at 650-366-6200 or toll-free at, 877-422-2245.
BAIL BONDS ARE OFTEN MISUNDERSTOOD
Many of our clients wonder how bail bonds works. Will Redwood City Bail Bonds require them to put up collateral such as a house or a car to get their loved ones out of jail? What is Bail? How to Bail? For example; many of our clients believe they are required to pledge some type of collateral and expect to put their house on the line. What many people do not know, is that with. Redwood City Bail Bonds, most of the time all we need is a simple signature from a credible signer to guarantee that your loved one will be bailed out of the San Mateo County jail system. Bail is a fairly simple process.
Either you can come into our regional office at 636 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95112, or you can fax or email your application to us. This means that we can take care of all of your bail bonds needs right from the comfort of your home. We accept all forms of payment including debit, credit, and cash, and when in need, we do in-house financing with 0% interest. We consider ourselves to be the fairest bail bonds company available nationwide. Call Redwood City Bail Bonds Today and Get Out Today!
Here are 10 step to what happen after someone gets arrested but not limited to:
Arrest: Some common crimes that you can obtain a bail bond for for include misdemeanors, DWIs, and failure to comply with conditions of probation.
Phoning a Significant Other: A friend and family member will likely need to assist you in locating a bondsman. This person also will need to cosign that you will appear in court; if you don’t appear, this person will be liable and can be charged a hefty fine. Alternatively, if you have an insurance bond, the company will go after the bondsman, who will then go after you.
Securing a Bondsman: Bondsmen can be found online or from simply looking around the jail and/or courthouse. Some specialize by being bilingual or by catering to tourists and college students. Some are independent companies, while others are national chains. Call Redwood City Bail Bonds.
Locating Collateral: If you don’t have cash to lay down for your bond, you will have to consider using your home, car, or valuables to fund your bail bond. If you lay down your home for collateral, for example, if you don’t appear in court, they can foreclose and auction off your home.
Putting down Collateral: Keep in mind that the bond amount is a fixed amount; the bondsman cannot charge you for the full amount of the bond. If the bondsman doubles as an attorney, this amount also may be able to apply to attorney fees. Since you will need representation, this could be a tempting option.
Appearing in Court: You must appear in court, or you can lose your bond, be arrested again, and/or be held in contempt of court. This action also can punish those around you, including those who vouched for you during bail.
Communicating with Redwood City Bail Bonds : If, for some reason, you can’t make the court date, tell this to your bondsman; he or she may be able to help with the situation.
Trial: The trial will commence once you appear at the appropriate date and if you need a Representative from Redwood City Bail Bonds we will be there for you.
Verdict: Despite the verdict, you will receive your collateral back, as long as you go to all your court dates.
Receive Collateral: Depending on the bondsman’s premium, you will receive the collateral back minus the payment to the bondman for his or her services. Call Redwood City Bail Bonds to find out about our discounted premiums (8 to 10 percent of the bail amount)
SAN MATEO COUNTY JAIL SYSTEM
When someone has been arrested in San Mateo County, they will be taken in for booking and processing. During this time is when the bail will be set according to the criminal charges.
The amounts for bail in San Mateo County, as well as other counties in California, are set by county judges and are reviewed every year. The judges will layout a “bail schedule” that details each type of crime, charge and a fitting bail amount. Bail amounts may be set differently from the bail schedule based on prior criminal record, severity of the crime and circumstances surrounding to the case. Redwood City Bail Bonds can get you all the information on the phone of your loved one in jail.
If you have a friend or loved one in jail but their bail has not been set yet, you can call Luna Bail Bonds and we can help determine the typical amount that it might be based on the information you can provide. Once the bail has been set, and after we review the defendant’s information, we can begin the bail bond process upon approval.
If you’re new to the bail bond process or are experienced, we will still inform you of any and all responsibilities and answer any questions you may have. Once Redwood City Bail Bonds fill out the bail bond paperwork and receive payment, Redwood City Bail Bonds can post the bail bond very quickly and your friend or loved one be released shortly.
If you’d like more information about bail bonds for San Mateo or to talk to a licensed bondsman about your concerns, contact us now at 650-366-6200.
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