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If a friend or family member has been arrested in the San Martin area, we’re glad you found our website.

We understand bail bonds in Santa Clara County and can offer you the fastest, most up-to-date information regarding inmates, bail, charges and jail location of the defendant.

You will speak one-on-one with a bail bondsman who will explain the bail bond process and begin working diligently to have your loved one or friend released from any California jail. And, if you’d like, one of our licensed bail agents can meet with you directly at the jail. It’s all up to you.

For immediate service for San Martin bail bonds, call to speak directly with a bondsman at 408-928 2245.

ARREST, BOOKING AND BAIL PROCESS

When arrested in the San Martin area, inmates will be transported to the  Main Jail Complex of Santa Clara County for booking and processing into the jail computer system. The booking consists of photographs, fingerprints, and a nation-wide computer database background check.

Typically, release from jail can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 4 hours, depending upon the jail staff and the individual situation of the defendant.

You should be aware that a bail bond cannot be posted until the entire booking process is complete and the defendant has been cleared. The booking process can be a slow one, so it’s best to be patient during this time. We realize you’re anxious to have them released, so rest assured, we will work our hardest to make sure things flow smoothly and efficiently.

If the defendant is not bailed out of jail, they will remain in custody until their case has been completed in court.

To pay for the bail bond, we accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Most clients find using a credit card the fastest and most convenient way to pay. Furthermore, when you qualify, we offer a flexible payment plan which can make paying for the bond more comfortable for you.

We use the latest technology and offer a convenient way of posting a bail bond by fax or e-mail which can be handled confidentially, and most importantly, quickly over the phone in a few short minutes.

During our initial phone consultation, we will collect basic information about the defendant’s situation such as, the amount of their bail amount, how long they have been detained, what the charges are, how long they’ve lived in their current residence, if they’re employed, etc.

When the bond has been approved, simple but necessary bail forms will need to be signed. The bail application and contract are both quite easy to understand.

SAN MARTIN BAIL BONDSMAN

For more information on bail bonds in San Martin and throughout the Santa Clara Valley, please visit our city specific pages or call us locally at 408-928-2245 or toll-free at 888-224-5266.

Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is a long standing member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ Rating. Our licensed bail agents are available to you 24/7, 365 days a year. Even on holidays. Let us be of service.

 

“You may not be in the position to afford the full amount of a bail, especially in this financial climate. We understand that, which is why we offer flexible payment options. We are always available to answer any questions; please feel free to contact us at any time."
Greg Rynerson, Bondsman, Owner

SAN MARTIN SHERIFF STATION

Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department
South County (San Martin) Substation
80 Highland Avenue
San Martin, CA 95046
Phone: (408) 686-3655
Dispatch: (408) 683-2681

San Martin is a rural unincorporated area and community located between the cities of Morgan Hill and Gilroy in the south Santa Clara Valley. The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office is contracted by the City of San Martin, has 586 sworn personnel and serves various communities and unincorporated areas of Santa Clara County.

The Sheriff's Office also maintains contracts with the Valley Transportation Authority and the Santa Clara County Parks Department for law enforcement services.

Last updated: 01/24/2014