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    We realize that not everyone has a perfect credit background; however, most of our customers may find it easy to qualify for a signature bond.

    We also offer many payment choices and our bail agents can help you arrange an affordable bail bond that meets all the requirements of California law.

    Please call to discuss all of your options. We ready to help you.

    To speak with a live, licensed bondsman regarding Fresno bail bonds, please call us directly at 888-224-5266.


    If someone you know has been arrested by the Fresno Police Department in and jailed, they will likely be transported to the Fresno County jail for booking and processing. The booking process generally includes interviews, photographs, fingerprints, and background checks of the defendant.

    This process can generally take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours or more depending on the facility and defendant 's circumstance.

    We realize its tough to be patient during these times, however, it’s important to know that a bond cannot be posted until the defendant is completely booked into the system.

    When the defendant has been cleared, and the bond has been posted, it can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours for the release of the defendant.

    We understand the special needs of people detained in Fresno County jails and can help you understand the bail bond process.

    Because timing and bail bond procedures can vary in Fresno County, the bail bond paperwork should be started as soon as possible to allow for defendant release from the Fresno County jail as soon as possible.

    Call us toll-free at (888) 224-5266 or (888) BAIL BOND for immediate bail service in Fresno.

    The city of Fresno is centrally located in the Central San Joaquin Valley and is the financial, industrial, trade and commercial capital.

    With changes in the economy, prisoner releases, and cuts in state and federal funding, the Fresno Police Department has been faced with many challenges in recent years. However, both staff members and departmental structures have been changed to better serve their community.

    The Fresno Police Department proudly serves the citizens of Fresno through a commitment to aggressive crime fighting, fast response times and community. They keep their community safe by preventing citizens from becoming victims of crime or from being injured in traffic collisions.

    This is their highest priority. With 6,011 square miles, Fresno County is the sixth largest county and one of the fasted growing county’s in the State of California.

    Fresno Police Department
    1233 Fifth Street
    Fresno, CA 93612