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EXPERT AND ETHICAL BONDSMAN

At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we strive to provide our customers with the fastest, most efficient service for Patterson bail bonds and throughout Stanislaus County. If you have a family member, friend or loved one in jail, we will work diligently to issue bail bonds for the fastest release possible.

It's always important to have the arrestees name and what jail they are being held in. If you're unsure, we can assist in finding that information for you.

Best of all, we can have all the necessary paperwork to you quickly by email or fax. And, if it's more convenient, a licensed bondsman can come directly to you to assist in the paperwork.  They will explain the details clearly, so you understand your bail responsibilities and how the bail bonds process works in Patterson. Leave the work up to us.

Give us a call and an expert bondsman will begin gathering the information necessary to start the bail bonds process.

PATTERSON POLICE SERVICES AND JAIL INFORMATION

The Patterson Police Department fields four patrol deputies during peak hours of the day. They also have a four person street crimes unit which focuses on crime reduction and enforcement efforts.

The Patterson Police Services Division of the Stanislaus County Sheriffs Department provides the City of Patterson with a wide range of municipal law enforcement services including, Patrol, Administration, Traffic Enforcement, Investigations, Records Management, Citizen Volunteer Programs, Training, Recruitment, and Specialized Enforcement Teams.

When a person has been arrested by the Patterson Police, if they are male, they will be transported to the Stanislaus County Jail in downtown Modesto for booking and processing into the jail system. Women will typically be transported to The Public Safety Center facility in Modesto.

The booking process generally consists of background checks, fingerprints, photographs or mug shots and checking for any previous warrants or holds.

Once the bail bond is processed by our company, the defendant will generally be released in a few short hours depending upon the jail staff and the defendant's specific situation.

HOW MUCH DOES BAIL COST?

The cost of a bail bond in Stanislaus County is 10% of the total bail amount. This is mandated by California state law. For example: If the amount of the bail is $25,000, you would pay $2,500 to have a defendant released from jail.

Bail bonds typically require payment prior to the detainee's release, and the 10% premium that is paid for the bond is non-refundable.

We realize in some cases purchasing a bail bond can present financial difficulty for you and your family. We offer several bond payment options and will let you know if you qualify within moments. We always accept VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover or you may also pay by cash. Find out more about bail payment options.

For 24 hour immediate bail bonds assistance in Patterson, call us at toll-free 888-224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.

PATTERSON BAIL BONDSMAN 24 HOURS A DAY

We realize that many people have never had the experience of  obtaining bail bonds. We can help by answering any questions and providing sound information.

We have been in the bail business since the 1970's and have helped many people in similar situations. Our rating with the Better Business Bureau is A+ and we're proud of that designation.

Why trust just anyone with your loved one, friend or family member? Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds stands by our professionalism and knowledge of the industry. We have agents standing by 24 hours a day to assist you with your bail needs. Call us anytime; even on holidays.

For 24 hour assistance with Patterson bail bonds, call a professional bail bondsman toll-free, nationwide at 888-224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.

Patterson Police Services
33 S. Del Puerto Avenue
Patterson, CA 95363
Phone No. (209) 892-5071
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Last updated:  04/30/2014