Santa Clarita Bail Bonds at Night?

Suppose one evening you’re lounging in on the cough dozing off when your phone rings. Someone you know has been arrested and taken into custody. You may want to get them out of jail fast, but business hours have long been over. Can you still get Santa Clarita Bail Bonds at night?


How to Obtain a Santa Clarita Bail Bond at Night

Anyone who is arrested most likely wants to get out of jail as fast as they can, and that usually means calling your local bail bondsman. There are other options for bailing someone out, but they can usually only occur during normal business hours (M-F, 8:30-5:30).

Cash Bonds

With a cash bond, you pay the entire amount of bail to the court clerk. As long as everything is accepted, your friend or loved one will be released once they are processed out. As long as they meet their court obligations, the bail amount is returned to you.

Property Bonds

If you have no cash but do have valuable property, you can use it as collateral to get someone out of jail. Unfortunately, property bonds take some time to go through since the court needs to verify that the property you want to use has a value that covers the defendant’s bail. As long as everything goes well, your friend or loved one will be released.

Bail Bonds

The bail bonds in Santa Clarita do not go through the court clerk. Instead, you work with a local Santa Clarita bail bondsman.

A bail bondsman seldom, if ever, is unreachable. Whether it’s the middle of the night, a weekend, a holiday, or the middle of the night on a holiday weekend. We can walk you through the entire process from start to finish and have your friend or loved one out of jail fast – sometimes within hours of their arrest.

If you have any additional questions regarding when you can bail someone out of jail, give us a call any time. We’re happy to further explain the bail bond process to you and you are under no obligation to work with us when you call. We know times like this can be stressful and we’re always there when you need us.