HOW DO BAIL BONDS WORK?
The criminal justice system uses the method of posting bail as the way to ensure that the defendant will appear in court. You must be familiar with the bail bonds system in order to make the best decision for you.
After bail is set during the booking process the arrestee will be provided with the opportunity to contact someone to arrange bail.Most of the time the bail bondsman will be contacted by your relative, friend or attorney.
Our licensed bail agents will ask you for information to get a clear picture of your situation.
It's helpful, but not necessary, if you know the following:
- Defendant's name and address
- How long have the defendant has lived there
- The booking number
- The jail where the individual is being held
- The charges or basically why was the individual arrested
- How long have the arrestee has been in custody
- Is the defendant employed
Call 888-224-5266 BOND and we will answer all your questions about posting San Benito bail bonds.
When you decide to buy a bail bond you will have to fill out a Bail Bond Application and other documents. The bail bond company will require some collateral since they are taking a risk to assure that you will appear in court. State law mandates the fee that must be paid by the bail bond customer – usually 10%.
It is difficult to think through what you have to do and what your options are if you get arrested . You may not be able to focus on getting the help you need when you’re not sure how to proceed. Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is ready to help you. We provide services in all of California regardless of your location. No matter if you’re in a big city or a rural county, you can contact us 24 hours a day every day of the year.
When you call us at 888-BAIL BOND (888-224-5266) a bondsman will guide you through the process to arrange your release as quickly as possible.
SAN BENITO COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT & JAIL
The Corrections Division of the San Benito County Sheriff’s Department is responsible for police services in the county including. The Corrections Division operates and supervises the San Benito County Jail. Please review the phone numbers, addresses and identifying information requirements so you can share your contact information when you call your family, attorney or anyone else helping you while you're in custody.
451 4th St.,
Hollister, CA 95023-3840
710 Flynn Rd.
Hollister, CA 95023
INMATE MAIL & PHONE ACCESS
All Mail is to be addressed as follows:
San Benito County Jail
P O Box 920
Hollister, CA 95024-0920
Inmate Name and ID Number
You will have to provide your name and booking / ID number to anyone who wants to contact you while you’re in custody in San Benito County. Contact Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-BAIL BOND to help guide you every step of the way in assuring your quick release.
When you become an inmate in the San Benito County Jail you will be provided the opportunity to make three local telephone calls. These calls will be available to you within three hours of your booking unless making the calls is physically impossible.
If you need to make additional calls you will be provided telephone access on a daily basis. The person receiving the call must pay for it. All outgoing calls are collect calls.
When you are arrested the booking process is set in motion. All law enforcement locations go through a set of activities to enter you into the criminal justice system. The booking process usually includes getting fingerprinted and having your picture taken. You will be checked for outstanding warrants and your information will be entered into a computer system. You will be searched for weapons and your personal belongings will be taken from you. They will be cataloged and stored and will not be available to you until your release. The booking process includes setting your bail.
As in all corrections organizations, the bail process in San Benito County is complicated and must be followed exactly.
Forms of payment when posting bail:
- Cashier’s Check
- Certified Check
- Money Order
- Bail Bond
SAN BENITO BONDSMAN
You don’t have to be familiar with the local bail bond procedures. Let us handle posting your bail for you. We are a well established, family-owned business and we have been in operation in California since 1971. We realize the difficulty of your situation for you and your family.
The process of dealing with the criminal division may be frightening or confusing. We give you access to a large network of licensed professional bail agents who will take the necessary steps to speed your release. Call us at 888-BAIL BOND and we will assist you promptly with your San Benito bail bonds.
We offer the following services:
- Around the clock consultation every day of the year
- Use fax or e-mail for processing your bail
- Speedy service from network of agents all over California
- Accept credit cards: Visa, Mast Card, American Express, Discover
- Creative financing and flexible payment options
- Assured confidentiality
- Phone approval
- We will come to your location
- Collateral may not be required
- No hidden fees
Why Use Us?
Clients repeatedly compliment us on our professionalism, which they don't expect from a bail bondsman. This extra customer service focus helps the defendant and family endure an already challenging situation. All of our bondsmen are licensed, expertly trained and highly professional.
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San Benito County Bail Bonds Solutions for You
You likely have many questions and concerns and we're here to help you through the process. We offer:
BAIL BONDS FOR ALL SAN BENITO
- Gilroy, CA
- Hollister, CA
- Morgan Hill, CA
- Salinas, CA
Please call Greg Reynerson Bail Bonds for immediate help with your San Benito bail bond needs. 888-224-5266.
Last Updated: 10/03/2013