If you know someone who has been arrested and taken into custody in Val Verde, CA and you want to get them out of jail fast – we can help! A licensed, professional bail bondsman on our staff is just a phone call away. When you call, we can quickly and easily answer any and all questions you may have, and help you get the bail bond process started immediately.
Val Verde is a census-designated place in the Santa Clarita Valley with a population of roughly 2,500.
If you would like to speak with a bail bondsman right away, give us a call at 661-299-BAIL (2245) or toll-free at 877-422-4591. Our offices are open 24/7 and a bail bondsman is always available to take your call.
Santa Clarita Sheriff Station and Jail Info
Individuals arrested in Val Verde are taken to the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station where they will undergo booking and processing. The procedure usually takes a few hours, and once complete, bail will be set and inmates will be held at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station jail for up to 72 hours. Once an inmate has remained there for 72 hours, or if the jail becomes overcrowded before that, inmates will begin to be transferred to long-term holding facilities in downtown Los Angeles. Men are transferred to Twin Towers Jail while women are sent to the Lynwood Jail.
Transfer requires an additional round of processing at the new location which can take up to 24 hours to complete. During this period, inmates will be ineligible for bail.
The Bail Bond Process
Once bail has been set for an inmate, it will be possible to have them freed via bail bond. To begin, give us a call and provide the name, birth date and date and time of arrest of the inmate in custody. If you don’t have all of this information immediately available, that’s ok! We can still help you out. We will use the information you provide to locate the inmate within the system and verify their eligibility for bail.
Once that’s been established, we will need you to fill out the bail bond application forms and sign the indemnitor’s agreement. Last, we dispatch one of our agents to the jail to post the bond.
We’re committed to your comfort and convenience throughout this entire ordeal, and if you are unable to meet with us in person, we are more than happy to handle the entire bail bond application process over the phone and through fax or email.
What is an Indemnitor?
An indemnitor is the person who signs the bail bond. When you bail someone out of jail, they still have to show up for court and it is the person who signs the bail bond that will be held responsible if the inmate does not do so. As such, it is highly advisable that you only bail out those whom you know and trust.
Once their case has been completed, and the judge signs off on it, the bail bond will be exonerated and the signer will not be held responsible any further.
The Cost of a Bail Bond and Payment Options
In California, the cost of a bail bond is set at 10% of the total bail amount. So, if the total amount of bail is $15,000, then the cost of a bail bond will be $1,500.
Most of our clients choose to pay via credit/debit card, of which we accept Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover as well as cash, check, money order, bank account transfer and money wire. No matter how you choose to pay, we never include any additional fees or charges.