If someone you love is in jail, it’s natural for you to feel like you have to do something to help them secure their release. Contacting Contra Costa Statewide Bail Bonds might be one of the things you decide to do. While we look forward to connecting with you, there are a few things we would like you to do before you pick up the phone and give us a call.
Know Where Your Loved One Is
As much as we want to help you and your loved one, there isn’t much we can do if you can’t tell us where they are. At the very least, we need to know the name of the jail where they’re being held. Knowing things like the city and state your loved one is in, shortens the amount of time it takes to bail them out.
Know Your Loved One’s Full Name
We understand how easy it is to form a close relationship with someone and yet not know their name. While we find nicknames insightful and adorable, we can’t use them while bailing people out of jail. The only way the process works is if you can provide us with your loved one’s entire and legal name. It’s even better if you can provide the booking number the police assigned your loved one.
How Much Is Your Love One’s Bail?
The process of bailing your loved one out of jail will go considerably smoother if you can tell us how much bail money they require. Knowing the amount helps us determine what steps we need to take to see that they can cover their 10%.
Are You Prepared To Co-Sign For A Bail Bond?
We don’t always require clients to have a co-signer, but there are also times that we do. Before contacting us, have a heart-to-heart conversation with yourself and decide if you’re prepared to co-sign. If you’re not, maybe you know someone who would.
Call Us Today!
The sooner you contact us about bailing a loved one out of jail, the sooner we can help with their release. We offer a FREE consultation that is designed to help you understand both the bail bond process and how Contra Costa Statewide Bail Bonds works. Just a few minutes into the consultation, you’ll understand why we’re the most trusted bail bond company in California.