Circle J Ranch Bail Bonds

Arrested at or near Circle J Ranch in Santa Clarita?

If you’ve landed on our page because someone you know has been arrested and taken into custody near or around Circle J Ranch in Santa Clarita, you’ve probably got a lot of questions regarding how to get them out of jail. We know times like this can be incredibly stressful, and our staff is ready and waiting to help you out.

In decades past, Circle J Ranch was a working guest ranch, a.k.a. a “dude ranch.” The cowboy term for city-dweller was “dude” and folks who wanted to get out of the hustle and bustle of city living could stay at the Circle J Ranch and work off their room and board. Today, Circle J Ranch is a residential subdivision located in the Santa Clarita Valley.

If you would like to speak immediately with a licensed, professional bail bondsman, give us a call any time of day or night at 661-299-2663. Our offices are open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week and a licensed, professional bail bondsman is always available to take your call.

Santa Clarita Sheriff Station and Jail Information

Santa Clarita Sheriff Station
23740 Magic Mountain Pkwy
Valencia, CA 91355
Phone 661-255-1121
24-Hour Circle J Ranch Bail Bond Info 661-299-2663
LASD Inmate Locator

Deputies working out of the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station patrol the areas in and around Circle J Ranch. When they arrest someone, they bring them immediately back to the station to undergo booking and processing. The process usually takes a few hours, and bail is only set once the procedure is complete. Only then will an arrestee be eligible to be bailed out.

The on-site jail is small, and it’s designed for the short-term housing of about 40 inmates. If the jail gets overcrowded, or if an inmate remains in police custody at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station for more than 72-hours, it is likely that he or she will be transferred to a larger, long-term holding facility. Men are transferred to Twin Towers and women are taken to the Lynwood Jail.

It is impossible to bail someone out who has been transferred until they have been processed in at the new jail – a process which can take anywhere from 12 to 24-hours. Once they are bailed out, it can take another 12 to 24-hours to process them out. Therefore, if you want to minimize the amount of time your friend or loved one spends in police custody, it’s usually best to get the bail bond application process started as soon as possible.

The Bail Bond Process

Bailing someone out of jail is easy, and it all starts by giving us a call and providing us with the full name, birth date and date and time of arrest of the inmate you want to bail out. We will use the information you provide to locate him or her within the system and verify their eligibility for bail. Then, we have you fill out the short, simple, bail bond application forms and sign the indemnitor’s agreement. Finally, we send someone to the jail to post the bond and your friend or loved one will be released as soon as possible.

If you’re out of the area, at work, or just feel more comfortable handling the bail bond process from your home, we’re more than happy to handle the entire thing via phone, fax or email.

What is an Indemnitor?

The indemnitor is the person who signs the bail bond. When someone is released via bail bond, they still need to attend all of their court dates, and it is the indemnitor, or signer of the bail bond, who will be held financially responsible if they do not.

When a defendant shows up for court, no matter the outcome of the case, the bond will be exonerated and no additional financial responsibility will be required by the indemnitor. However, if the defendant does not show up for court, then the indemnitor will be required to pay the full amount of bail to the court clerk. This can be very expensive, and it is highly recommended that you only bail out those whom you know and trust.

The Cost of a Bail Bond

Bail is set per the Los Angeles County Bail Schedule, and the amount will vary depending on the number and nature of the crime(s) an individual is charged with. Typically, it is this amount that the court will require to release someone on bond. However, when you work with a bail bondsman, you pay only 10% of the total bail amount as the bail bondsman’s fee to get the person out of jail. So, if bail is set at $10,000, it will cost only $1,000 to bail them out via bail bond.

Payment Options

We accept a variety of payment options which include major debit/credit cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover) as well as cash, business and/or personal checks, money orders, bank account transfers and money wire.

If you’re interested in financing your bail bond, let us know. We have a variety of flexible payment plans designed to fit most any budget. No matter how you choose to pay, know that we will never include any additional fees, charges or interest.

To speak with a friendly, knowledgeable bail bondsman right away, give us a call at 661-299-2663. Whether you want to get the bail bond application process started immediately, or you simply have a few questions, we’re always happy to help.