When your loved one is in Redwood City jail, it is a surreal experience. Most of our Redwood City bail bonds clients never expected to be bailing somebody out of jail. A majority of our customers have never utilized the services of a bail bondsman or have had to get a bail bond.
For male detainees that are arrested in are usually sent to the Maguire Correctional Facility. Females are often transported to the San Mateo County Women's Correctional Facility.
Our bail bond company can help you get somebody freed from jail anywhere in California. Getting a bail bond is very easy, and we will do what we have to get it done quickly.
Please call our bail bonds agency at (24 hour free information) 650-349-BAIL.
REDWOOD CITY BAIL BONDS
Getting an inmate released from a Redwood City jail also known as the Maguire Correction Facility is probably easier than you think. Today's technology allows most routine bail bonds to be fully transacted by phone and / or computer.
The first step is to call our bail bond company at 650-349-BAIL. Our professional bail agents will guide you through the intricacies of getting your loved one released from jail.
Getting somebody released from the Redwood City jail (and most California jails) usually takes 2-6 hours. We ask our patrons to contact us as prompt as possible to avoid any time delays.
Let us help you with your Redwood City bail bonds and bail throughout San Mateo County. Please call us at 650-349-2254.
VISITING THE JAIL
You may choose to visit somebody in the jail. Be aware that the jail maintains strict guidelines regarding the visits of prisoners. It may save you a lot of time to contact the jail (or our company) prior to your visit. The jails maintain a very strict visiting schedule. After somebody is arrested, it may be many hours or days before they are eligible for visits from the general public. Bail bondsman, attorneys and clergy have special visitation rights that are not enjoyed by the general public.
County Jail in Redwood City Visiting Hours:
Sunday...................................8:00 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.
Monday..................................No Visiting Hours
Tuesday - Friday.....................8:00 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.
Saturday.................................12:00 Noon to 9:45 p.m.
Visitors must schedule a visit and show up early in order to complete the sign-in process between fifteen minutes to an hour prior to the scheduled visit. These hours listed above may not be the latest information - we advice calling the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office to confirm.
The Redwood City Jail (Maguire Correction Facility) has had serious overcrowding issues. For example, in 2007, the jail was operating at 143 % of capacity. The same overcrowding issues have been occurring at the San Mateo County Women's Correctional Facility. Presently, county officials are looking at all options to reduce overcrowding. As a result of these overcrowding issues, prisoners could be released prematurely or sent to other jail facilities. The Maguire Correctional Facility is proud to have never had a prisoner escape or serious staff injury.
At some point, you may decide that you (or your loved one) need a criminal defense attorney. You should be very careful in your selection of an attorney. We hear many stories where attorneys have taken advantage of clients by engaging in unscrupulous legal tactics.
For example, some criminal defense attorneys will purposefully extend criminal cases for the purposes of collecting more fees. Your choice of a criminal defense attorney is a significant decision. An improperly handled case by an inferior attorney can have huge ramifications on the defendant and defendant's family.
A great starting point in your legal undertaking is to go to one of the following web-sites.
SAN MATEO BAIL BONDS FOR ALL CITIES:
East Palo Alto
Half Moon Bay
South San Francisco
REDWOOD CITY JAILS
MAGUIRE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY (JAIL)
300 Bradford St.
Redwood City, CA 94063
Jail Lobby: (650) 363-4000 ext. 6070 or 6071
SAN MATEO WOMENS CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
1590 Maple St.
Redwood City, CA 94063
Last updated: 01/18/2014