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When a family member, friend or loved one has been arrested in San Mateo County area, we know you want fast answers. We are available 24-hours a day to answer your most pressing questions about their booking, arrest, charges and bail.

We help families get out of jail and get back to their lives.

When you need a bondsman for the San Mateo Women's Jail, you can count on Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds for the experience and knowledge of the San Mateo County jail systems.

A courteous and professional bail bondsman will help you get through this. With satisfied clients all over the state of California, we have what it takes to get the job done right.  We always offer our clients no cost bail consultations.

When you contact us, we’ll ask a few quick questions to get the bail process started. Primarily, we’ll need the arrestees’ complete name, date of birth and when they were arrested.  Once the bond has been approved, there are just a few forms to sign. Both the bail application and contract are two simple and easy to understand documents.  

Call us for fast answers to any questions about San Mateo County Women’s jail bail bonds: 650-349-BAIL (1-650-349-2245).

SAN MATEO SHERIFF & WOMEN'S JAIL INFORMATION

When arrested in San Mateo or the surrounding areas, female defendants may be transported to the San Mateo County Jail, also known as the Maguire Correctional Facility or they may be taken directly to the San Mateo County Women's Correctional Center. Both are run by the San Mateo County Sheriff's Department and service the entire county. Both jails are also significantly overcrowded. San Mateo has been working toward finding a site and funding for new facilities. The County's website offers extensive information about the plans.

Either of these jails can take anywhere from 3 to 6 hours to book a new arrestee. If they are not bailed out or released while there, they will then be transported to the Women's Correctional Center Jail in San Mateo County located at 1590 Maple Street in Redwood City. Once transported, they will be interviewed, fingerprinted, and booked into the jail computer system. After they have completed processing, arrestees may be bailed out 24-hours a day. Feel free to read more about arrest and booking procedures.

Release from the San Mateo County Jail or San Mateo Women’s Correctional Center Jail can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours once a bail bond has been posted. If the defendant is not bailed out, she will generally remain in custody until the matter has been resolved in court. Find out more about jail release options.

BAIL FEES

The California bail bond fee is generally 10% of the bail amount. For example, if the bail is set at $20,000, the non-refundable bail fee will cost $2,000. Bail bonds require payment prior to the arrestees release from jail. Our company offers clients several payment financing options to make the purchase of a bond easier. Within a few short minutes we will let you know if you qualify for financing.

We will work out payment arrangements when you qualify, with no additional taxes, fees or finance charges. A credit card is most often the fastest and easiest way of paying for a bail bond. We always accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Many of our clients choose the convenience of using their credit card as they have found it the fastest way of obtaining a bail bond.

INDEMNITOR RESPONSIBILITY

We want make sure you completely understand what is involved when bailing someone out of jail. When it comes to indemnitor responsibilities, we’ll take the time to explain all the details. That’s why when you contact us; we will ask a few questions about the individual’s situation.

We do this in order to assess the amount of risk which will be involved in taking on the bail bond. All of these factors are considerations for the defendant and the indemnitor (person signing the bail bond).

SAN MATEO BAIL BONDS

A professional bail bondsman will take the time to listen carefully to your situation and immediately assess your needs. San Mateo County Women’s Jail bail bonds can be quickly and conveniently handled from the convenience of your home or office. All you need is a computer, FAX machine or phone. 

Our licensed agents are also available to meet with you directly at your home or business location. For further information, see our frequently asked questions.

Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds for immediate assistance at toll-free (888) 651-5100. Relax and leave the work up to us.

“Most of our clients are concerned with having their family member, friend or loved one out of the San Mateo Women’s Jail as quickly and efficiently as possible. We can get you through the bail bond process easily and will always explain how the process works along the way.”
Tonya Rynerson, Bondsman and Owner

San Mateo County Women’s Correctional Center Jail
1590 Maple Street
Redwood City, CA
(650) 363-4310

San Mateo County Sheriff's Office
650-599-1664

The San Mateo County Jail
650-363-4000
650-363-4317

Last Updated: 01/19/2014