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428 Truxtun Avenue Bakersfield, CA 93301
Whether you want to pay bonds, get information, or perform an inmate search in Bakersfield, Bail Hotline can help.
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Bail Hotline Bakersfield Bail Bonds proudly serves the area with an office that is conveniently located only minutes away from the county jail. Our staff specialize in both friendly customer service as well as a quick and efficient bail bonds process.
We are also proud to say that the Bakersfield Bail Bonds in California has been helping inmates since June 2009.
If you need urgent bail bonds in Bakersfield, CA, we can help. Contact our bail bonds office by calling (661) 704-4235 or by filling out our help form. Either way, you will be able to reach the staff immediately as we are open 24/7.
If you are ready to start the bail bond process to help your friend or loved one post bail in Bakersfield, contact us now.
For those of you looking to locate someone who may have been in trouble with the law, it’d be helpful to know that you can also conduct a Kern County inmate search. We understand how difficult it is for friends and family who are trying or have been trying to search for a near and dear one for a long time.
With our Kern County or Bakersfield inmate search, we hope to help all individuals who’re trying to locate incarcerated family members and friends in the county jail.
The city of Bakersfield is located in central California, situated at the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. Individuals arrested in Bakersfield are typically housed at the Bakersfield Jail located at 1415 Truxtun Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93301.
If you’re trying to provide local support from afar, our Bail Hotline Bakersfield Bail Bonds office has a professional team of experienced Bakersfield bail bondsmen ready to help you.
Telephone conversations in jail soon become expensive, but every new inmate deserves urgent bail bond help. Bail Hotline enables you to:
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Bail can be a confusing process. When a loved one is in jail, you want to secure their release as soon as possible. That’s where Bail Hotline can help. Our experienced bail bonds team is available 24/7 to answer your bail questions, help you make payments, and explain how to perform inmate searches.
Don’t delay in seeking county bail bonds. Call or visit our Bakersfield bail bonds office now to get the support you need.
Directions to Bail Hotline Bail Bonds Bakersfield office:
Bonds are money paid on a defendant’s behalf to secure their release from jail. Since most people can’t afford to pay the whole cost of bail upfront, bonds are very common. Our team makes the process of obtaining a bond simple – visit us to learn more.
You can get bail bonds in Kern County and surrounding areas by visiting our offices at:
438 Truxton Avenue
Bakersfield, CA 93301
We have offices located across California, but they all have one thing in common – they’re welcoming. We’re here to help and answer any questions you have at this stressful time.
Unless it’s a non-bailable offense (such as a very serious crime) the courts will normally grant bail. A judge may refuse to grant bail however if, for example, the defendant is a flight risk or they’ve breached bail conditions before.
Typically, in California, you’ll pay around 10% of the total bail amount. The actual amount can vary depending on the circumstances – our bail bond agents are happy to answer any questions you have.
If a bail bond is revoked, the money is forfeited unless the bond can be reinstated. The defendant may also be arrested for breaking the terms of their bail. You should contact our team immediately if a judge revokes the bond to understand your options.
We know how important it is for you to get bail bonds sooner rather than later. At Bail Hotline, we make it possible for you to secure bonds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To speed up the process, you can post bail online by completing our secure form.
Once you complete the forms, you can obtain a bond within minutes.
It’s variable. It should only take a few hours, but the timeline depends on factors such as where the defendant was arrested and what facility they’re in now.
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