Do you know someone who’s been arrested and taken into custody in New Cuayama, CA? If so, you’ve probably got a lot of questions, and a licensed, professional bail bondsman is always available to take your call.

New Cuayama is a census designated area located in northern Santa Barbara County with a population of about 517 people as of the 2010 census. Both it and the surrounding areas contain utility infrastructure as well as peach, apricot and plum orchards.

If you would like to speak with a bail bondsman immediately, please give us a call 805-874-2245 or toll free 877-422-4591. Our offices are open 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.

New Cuayama Sheriff Station and Jail Info

New Cuayama Sheriff Substation
70 Newsome St.
New Cuayama, CA 93254
Phone 661-766-2310
24-Hour New Cuayama Substation Bail Bond Info 877-422-4591
Santa Barbara County Inmate Locator

The New Cuayama substation services rural areas of northeastern Santa Barbara County including New Cuayama Valley, Sisquoc, and areas of the Los Padres National Forest. Anyone arrested in these areas will be taken to the New Cuayama substation to undergo booking and processing. Once this has been completed, bail will be set for those who are eligible and it will be possible to secure an inmate’s release via bail bond.

The New Cuayama Substation is quite small, and inmates are not intended to spend much time there. If a bail bond is not obtained quickly, the inmate will be transferred to the Santa Barbara Main Jail. Once transferred, the inmate will need to be processed in at the new facility and will not be able to be released on bail until after this process is complete.

Options for Release

Bail bonds are not the only way to get out of jail. Depending on the crime(s) an individual is charged with, as well as their prior criminal record (if any), it’s possible that they may be eligible for one of the following options for release:

  • Own Recognizance – Often referred to as “O.R.,” being released on one’s own recognizance requires that the defendant provide a written promise to the court to return at the appointed date and time to stand trial.
  • Cash Bond – To be released on a cash bond, the full amount of bail must first be paid to the court clerk. The courts will hang on to this money until after the defendant has attended all of their court dates. Once their court obligations are completed, no matter the outcome of the trial, the full bail amount will be refunded (minus any relevant court fees). If the defendant does not meet their court obligations, then the bail will be forfeited to the court and a warrant will be issued for the defendant’s arrest.
  • Property Bond – Not everyone has the cash to give to the court in order to get someone out of jail. As such, it’s possible to put up a piece of property in lieu of cash to secure a defendant’s release. Whoever owns the property must own equity in it equaling at least 150% of the total bail amount. Property bonds often take the longest to get someone out of jail because the court will want the property appraised, and there’s a lot of red tape to go through.
  • Citation Release – Citation releases are usually reserved for minor infractions. Being “cited out” is similar to being released on “O.R.” except that no written promise to return for court is required.
Why Use a Bail Bondsman?

With several ways for a defendant to get out of jail, you may be wondering why so many people prefer bail bonds. The answer to that is usually money. You see, bail can be expensive, and not everyone has the cash to put up to secure an inmate’s release. Additionally, not everyone owns property that will meet the requirements of the court, and some of those who do would rather not risk losing it if the defendant does not show up.

When you work with a bail bondsman, you pay only 10% of the total bail amount as the cost to get a defendant out of jail. Aside from the lower cost, as bail bondsmen, we do the footwork for you. When you work with us, you will have the benefit of our years of experience in the industry, resulting in a much quicker release than when you go at it alone. As a matter of fact, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your home or office. The entire bail bond process can be handled from start to finish via phone, fax or email.

The Bail Bond Process

It begins by giving us a call and providing the name, birth date and date and time of arrest of the inmate you want to bail out. We’ll use this information to locate him or her within the system and verify their eligibility for bail. Once that’s been established, we have you fill out the short, simple bail bond application forms and sign the indemnitor’s agreement. Last, we dispatch one of our agents to the jail where they will post the bond. Your friend or loved one will be released a short time after.

Payment Options

When you work with us, obtaining a bail bond is easy – and so is paying for it. We accept a variety of payment options, including major debit/credit cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover) as well as cash, business or personal checks, money orders, bank account transfer and money wire. If you’d like to finance your bail bond, let us know. We have a variety of flexible payment plans designed to fit most any budget.

We never include any additional fees, charges or interest to our clients.

If you would like additional information regarding New Cuayama bail bonds, please feel free to give us a call any time of day or night. A friendly, knowledgeable bail bondsman is available any time at 805-874-2245 or toll-free 877-422-4591.