If a family member, friend or loved one has been arrested in Cupertino, let us answer your questions, explain the important details of the bail bond process and help to get you through this with ease.
It may surprise you to find out that with Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, the paperwork can be handled quickly and confidentially by phone in just a few short minutes by phone, fax or e-mail. And, if you’d like, we can have a licensed bondsman meet with you directly at the jail.
We use the latest technology to have your loved one released from jail and generally back home the same day. From start to finish, everything can be handled conveniently and quickly.
For expert assistance with Cupertino bail bonds, call us toll-free at 888-224-5266 or locally at 408-928-2245 to speak one-on-one to a professional, licensed bail bondsman.
The West Valley Division Sheriffs Station provides 24 hour uniformed law enforcement patrol services for the contract cities of Saratoga, Cupertino and Los Altos Hills as well as unincorporated areas. The West Valley Division is based at the Westside Sheriff's Sub-station, located in the community of Cupertino. The unincorporated Santa Cruz Mountain communities of Redwood Estates, Aldercroft Heights, Holy City, and Chemeketa Park, and the former Moffett Field Naval Air Station are also patrolled from this station.
If someone you know has been arrested in the Cupertino area, arrestees will typically be transported to the Santa Clara County main jail complex in San Jose for booking and processing. During the arrest and booking process, if applicable, the bail amount will be set. It's important to undertstand that the booking process can often take quite a while to complete.
During their time in jail, the detainee will not have access to their cell phones credit cards, etc.
When a bail bond is posted at this facility, release can often take between 2 to 4 hours depending on the individual case and how busy the facility is. A bail bondsman, an attorney, or a member of the clergy may visit inmates at anytime and bail can be posted at the main jail complex 24-hours a day.
Bail is set based on the charges and according to the Santa Clara County Bail Schedule. You can bail out a defendant by taking the full amount of the bail to the court or jail and, at the conclusion of the case, you will get your funds returned (possibly less fines and court fees, if the defendant is found guilty).
If you don't have the full amount or you don't want to tie up your funds, you can use a bail bondsman.
The cost of a Santa Clara County bail bond is established by the State of California generally at 10% of the total bail amount. For example, if the bail amount is set at $25,000, the bail bond will cost $2,500. This is the fee for using a bondsman.
Most of our clients find it easiest and most convenient to pay for a bail bond by using their credit card. For your convenience, we always accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. For additional information, watch our informative bail payment option video.
THE BAIL BOND PROCESS
A bail bond is a contract that releases a defendant from jail and guarantees that he or she will appear in court on a specified date. The purpose of the bail system is to guarantee the appearance of a criminal defendant in court.
Upon our initial phone consultation with you, we will collect basic information about the defendant’s situation such as, their bail amount (if you know it), their charges, the length of time in their current residence, if they’re employed, etc. Once the bond has been approved, the necessary forms will need to be signed. Both the bail application and contract are two very simple and easy to understand documents.
Many times, we can also offer no collateral bail bonds for those who qualify. Collateral is something of value which is used to secure a debt or ensure payment. We’ll take a look at several guiding factors such as the length of time the defendant has been living in California, their current employment situation, their credit rating and other various factors.
We thank you for visiting our website. When you're ready to talk with a live, licensed agent regarding a Cupertino bail bond, please call us directly at 888-224-BAIL BOND. We provide bail bonds throughout the City of San Jose, the County of Santa Clara and the entire state of California. Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is a long standing member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ Rating.
Call us locally at 408-928-6645 or toll-free at 888-224-5266 answers to your bail questions in Cupertino.
CUPERTINO SHERIFF’S OFFICE
West Valley Division Sheriff’s Office
1601 S. De Anza Boulevard
Cupertino, CA 95014
Phone: (408) 868-6600
Fax: (408) 868-6641
Last updated: 01/24/2014