When someone you care about has been arrested, you will want to get him or her out of jail as quickly as you can. A lot of bail bonds companies out there will claim to be able to get your loved one out of jail in a certain time, but they fail to mention that time is added on to however long it takes for your loved one to get booked. At San Marcos Bail Bond Store, we are honest and upfront with our clients.
We have offices in cities all over California so we can help you wherever you are in the state. Depending on the county your friend was arrested in, we can have him out in as little as 2 hours. The time varies by county and the current workload for that particular jail when your loved one was arrested.
Unlike our competitors, who will sit idle until your friend has been booked, our bail agents at
San Marcos Bail Bond Store are able to get the bail setup and ready while we wait for your loved one to be booked. This way, once your loved one has been booked, we can get him or her bailed out right away. To do this, we need all the information that you can give us about your friend, including his or her bail amount.
Our bail agents at San Marcos Bail Bond Store are the best of the best in California. We train them year after year to keep them at the top of their game and to ensure that our clients get the best bail bonds service available. They will not stop working for you until the person you care about has been released from jail.
Our skillful bail agents will guide you through the bail bonds process and help you secure the release of your loved one. Our bail agents are the best of the best and will not rest until your friend or family member has been released from jail and is back home where he or she belongs.
At San Marcos Bail Bond Store, we pride ourselves with being honest with all of our clients. Once we know the bail amount, we can tell you exactly how much it will cost to bail your loved one out of jail.
There will not be any hidden fees or interest to raise the price of the bail, you only have to pay the 10% of the bail.