If you’ve learned that someone you care for has been booked at the Vista Jail, the San Diego Central Jail, the Las Colinas Detention Facility or the Chula Vista Jail, you’ll want to contact a local bondsman as soon as you learn about the arrest. This will help ensure that your loved one can be released from custody as quickly as possible.
Although most people assume the only thing they’ll need to do to obtain San Diego bail bonds is to pay the bondsman’s fee, that’s simply not the case.
When you apply for bail bonds, the bondsman will have you fill out a bail bonds application form. When you sign the form, you’ll be taking full legal responsibility for two things. First, you’ll be taking full legal responsibility that the defendant will go to court as often as needed to finish their case. Second, you’re agreeing to pay the bondsman’s fee.
Our company has years of experience in helping people get out of the San Diego jails fast and we’re happy to answer any questions you have about how bail bonds in San Diego work.
Call us now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a San Diego bondsman in your area.