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Also known as the “city of stars” for their annual holiday traditions, Brisbane is a small city located in north San Mateo County.

If someone you know has been arrested and jailed by the Brisbane Police Department or Sheriff’s Department, we’re here to help. Our knowledgeable, caring agents will always provide you up-to-date information on jail location, arrest details and charges. 

When you speak with a bondsman, they’ll ask just a few quick questions to get the bail bond process started. We’ll help you understand the San Mateo County jail system.

Our company has years of experience in the bail bonds industry and can work with you to have your loved one or friend released from jail quickly and efficiently.

We can help with you with Brisbane bail bonds. Call a bondsman locally at 650-349-2245. 

When someone has been arrested in Brisbane they will most likely be transported to the San Mateo County Jail called Maguire Correctional Facility.  The booking process consists of a background check, fingerprinting, photographs checking for any previous warrants and finally, processing of the arrestee into the jail computer system.

This process can take approximately 3 to 6 hours to complete. Once the inmate has been updated into the system they will be eligible for bail which can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours. Once they are cleared, our agent will "post" the bail bond with the San Mateo County jail, and the defendant will be released by the jailer.

WHAT IS A BAIL BOND?

Bail bonds are also referred to as Surety bonds. These are signed contracts between a licensed bail agent and the (indemnitor) or cosigners. Bail Bonds guarantee that a defendant will appear for their court appearances. Failure to appear, sometimes also called a "skip", will result in the indemnitor having to pay for the total amount of the bond to the court.

You can read more about indemnitor responsibilities. If you ever have any bail bond questions, you may find our FAQ's about bail bonds helpful or simply give us a call. We’re always available to you 24/7.

To begin the bail bond process, just give us a call and provide the correct spelling of the name of the defendant. If you know where the arrestee is being detained, or how much their bail is, etc., it can assist in us in moving the process forward. If you don’t know, that’s okay too.

We’ll always take the time to explain the bail bond application process to you. We offer a simple application which is easy to understand and can be processed by email or fax in just a few minutes.

Feel free to read more about the bail process and procedures.

BAIL FEES

By law, a bail bond in Brisbane, as in all of California generally costs a fee of 10%. This amount is a non-refundable percentage of the total amount of the bail. Should the bail amount be $15,000, your portion will cost $1,500. There are never any additional finance charges, taxes or fees and very often, won’t need any collateral.

We also make it easy for our clients by offering a choice of flexible payment options. For payment, we accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. However, most of our clients choose the convenience of using their credit card as the fastest way of obtaining a bail bond. See our payment plan video for more information on bail payment options.

YOUR TRUSTED BAIL COMPANY IN BRISBANE

We have the flexibility to meet all your bail bonds needs. Our friendly, courteous and professional bail agents will assist you in understanding how bail works. Call today to find out how we can help, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays.

For additional Brisbane bail bonds information, call toll-free 888- 651- 5100 and talk one-on-one with one of our professional, discreet bail bondsmen.

BRISBANE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Brisbane Police Department
50 Park Place
Brisbane, CA
415-467-1212

The men and women of the Brisbane Police Department work in partnership with the community to provide highly effective and responsive police services.

 

Last Updated:  01/19/2014