Bail Can Be Simple Like on TV, with the Right Help

Bail Can Be Simple Like on TV, with the Right Help

Bail Can Be Simple Like on TV, with the Right Help

If you are like most people, then everything you know about bail, which isn’t much, came from television. Unfortunately, television doesn’t reveal a whole lot about the bail process, and makes it look super simple. Sadly, due to high bail amounts here in California, that isn’t always the case.

Bailing someone out of jail can be easy, provided you get the right help. The best place to get bail help here in California is by contacting Bulldog Bail Bonds in Madera. Our professional bail agents know everything about bailing someone out of jail. They will happily share that information with you. All you have to do is talk to one.

Our experts will walk you through each step of the process and answer all of your questions. You will not have to face this alone...

We Can Help You with a Bail Emergency

We can help you with a bail emergency

We can help you with a bail emergency

Despite your best efforts, there are some things that you just can’t plan for. These things are often classified as emergencies because of that fact. Even though bad things, such as the arrest of a loved one, can arise without warning, they can be dealt with. A person just needs the right help. The best place to find bail help in California is here at Clovis Bail Bonds.

Clovis Bail Bonds was founded back in 1987. This gives us over 30 years of experience with dealing with bail emergencies. We know how to handle every possible bail scenario. Whether or not you were prepared for your loved one’s arrest does not matter. We can easily guide you through the process of bailing someone out of jail.

Our bail agents are ready and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week...

Detention and Arrest Are Different

Madera Bail Bond Store

Madera Bail Bond Store

Detention in school was simply staying late one day, and sitting in room with a handful of other students, and a teacher, either doing homework or nothing at all. Detention outside of school, when you are an adult, is not quite the same. This is when you are briefly stopped by the police and/ or taken to their precinct. They have reasonable suspicion to stop and ask you a few questions, but if you are not being arrested, then you may leave.

If the officer’s reasonable suspicion grows to probable cause, then he or she may arrest you, and then you may not leave until you are booked, arraigned and allowed bail, and then post bail. Only when bail is posted may you leave, but because you were arrested, you will have to deal with lawyers and trials too...