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If you’ve found yourself in a situation requiring a bail bond, contact us at 888-BAIL BOND for a free consultation about our services. We have been in business for almost fifty years and we have a network of highly professional bail bondsmen throughout California who can help you whatever your situation. We are available around the clock 365 days per year.
We offer a variety of payment options. If you have the funds available, you can make your payment with cash, cashier’s check or money order. We also accept credit cards – Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express. We understand that you may not be able to pay the unexpected expense of a bail bond on short notice. Let us assure you that we don’t charge fees for financing. You may qualify for no collateral or 0% financing. We will work with you to arrive at an individual payment arrangement that suits your specific needs.
Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266 for all your Tulare bail bonds needs.
The Patrol Division of the Tulare Police Department is responsible for crime prevention, suppression of criminal activity and apprehension of offenders. The Tulare Police Department handles the booking of individulas arrested by a police officer.
The Police Department has the authority to decide if someone may be released with a citation and a signed agreement to appear in court on the required date. Arrested persons who don’t qualify for release by the Police Department are transported to the appropirate Tulare County Jail in Visalia for booking and processing.
You can obtain a copy of your police report from the Tulare Police Department.
You must go to the Police Department in person to receive a free copy of a police report. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. You will be required to show a valid California ID before you can be furnished with a copy of the report. Call 559-684-4238 to verify that the report is avaliable for release before going to the department in person.You can also call this number to make sure that the report is complete.
OPTIONS FOR RELEASE FROM JAIL
There are five possibilities for gaining release.
- Citation Release – This option is only available for minor offenses. The arresting agency may issue a citation and require you to appear in court at a set date. Failing to appear as agreed may lead to the issuance of an arrest warrant.
- Own Recognizance (OR) – A judge might order release on the defendant's "own recognizance" in some minor crimes. You will have to sign an agreement to appear in court at a future date. If you’re given the option of an OR release, take it.
- Cash Bail – To take advantage of this option you must pay the full amount of bail in cash or other methods of payment accepted by the jurisdiction. Cashier’s checks and money orders are usually accepted. The full amount of bail you’ve paid will be refunded after your case is resolved. You should choose this option if the bail amount is fairly low and within your means. Even if you’re able to pay a higher bail, you may not want to tie up a large amount of cash for an indeterminate amount of time.
- Property Bond – Some courts will accept a property bond backed by real estate you own. Posting a property bond may take a long time to process. It is a real estate transaction and may require appraisal fees, title searches and escrow fees. Your equity in the property must be at least 150% of the total bond amount. You may not want to risk this option. If you’re not able to complete the court’s requirements the court will foreclose on the property.
- Bail Bond – if none of the above options are available you will have to buy a bail bond to get released. In California, the price of the bail bond is set at 10% of the full bail amount. The bail bondsman will ask you about the circumstances of your arrest and your ability to pay. You will have to fill out and application and other paperwork. Once your bond purchase is made, the bail bondsman will make payment to the court and you will be released.
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Tulare Police Department
Tulare, CA 93274
Tulare is a city in Tulare County. Law enforcement in the City of Tulare is conducted by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department and the Tulare Police Department.
There are no Sheriff’s Department facilities in the City of Tulare. Both entities participate in enforcing the law. Deputy sheriffs and police officers are equally authorized and empowered to make arrests.
Contact us toll free at 888 BAIL BOND (1-888-224-5266).
“I understand the Tulare County bail system. I’ll work to have your friend or family member released as quickly as possible. I’m just a phone call away.”
Greg Rynerson, Bondsman and Owner
Bail License #1724264
Last Updated 10/08/2013