HELP FOR SAN MATEO BAIL BONDS
If you need a San Mateo bail bond, getting somebody out of jail may be easier than you think.
A competent bail agency will guide you through the bail bonds process so that you understand the process, expectations and your responsibilities. That’s where we can help.
Our company has been providing bail services since 1971.
Not only can we efficiently provide San Mateo County bail bonds, but technology allows us to service most jails in the State of California.
Call a professional bondsman at 650-349-2245 for help and San Mateo bail bond information 24/7.
USING A BONDSMAN
To bail someone out of jail, you may take the full amount of the bail to the court or jail, usually in cash or cashier's check. They will hold your funds until the resolution of the case. Most people don't have those types of funds available and choose to use a bail bondsman.
If you choose to utilize a bail bond company, your cost will be 10% of the total bail amount.
If the bail is $25,000, your cost will be $2500. There are no hidden fees or taxes. The amount that you pay to the bondsman is a fee and is fully earned when the bond is posted with the jail and the inmate is released. When you sign a bail bond, you take responsibility to make certain that they return to court as required. If you are considering using a bondsman, you may find our Frequently Asked Questions page helpful.
We will quickly and efficiently service your bail needs for San Mateo County.
We accept all major credit cards and can process most bonds using email and fax for your convenience. May of our clients never leave their home or office to complete the bond.
Additionally, we have licensed agents strategically located throughout California. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, our company can effectively service most jails in the entire State.
Please call us at 888-224-5266 or locally at 650-349-2245 and we can quickly inform you whether we can effectively service the jail in your area.
San Mateo 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:
If financing a bail bond is necessary and you qualify, we're here for you with no financing charges.
Often, collateral is not required.
You may also call locally in San Mateo County at 650-349-2245.
SAN MATEO COUNTY JAIL SYSTEM
San Mateo County has only one detention facility in the entire county: Maguire Correctional Facility. The jail lobby phone is staffed 24 hours a day. Maguire provides rehabilitative and jail services to pre-trial individuals and inmates who have been sentenced by local judges.
Nearly everybody that is arrested in San Mateo County will eventually be processed within this detention facility. The jail is rated to hold 688 inmates; however, typically it holds about 1,100 inmates (about twice the appropriate capacity). Jail overcrowding is prevalent throughout California and is a huge political issue for San Mateo County.
San Mateo County also has a Women's Correctional Center. However, that too is significantly overcrowded. San Mateo is in the process of jail planning to correct this situation.
San Mateo County Jail Information
300 Bradford St.
Redwood City, CA 94063
650-363-4000 x6070 or x6071
- Visitors must have a photo ID.
- Visitors will only be seen during visiting hours.
- No one under 18 admitted without a parent or guardian.
- Visitors are subject to search.
For those needing court locations, directions and general criminal court information may fine the following link useful: San Mateo Courts Information.
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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Last updated: 09/08/2014