For over 100 years, the town of Hillsborough has maintained is charm by offering its citizens’ escape from the pressure of the big cities. If you know someone who has been arrested in Hillsborough and jailed, you may be under the pressure of deciding what to do next.
Let us help. We offer many years of experience in the industry. We’re a family company that understands family situations. We’ll work to have the defendant released as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Call to speak with one of a professional bondsman 24-hours a day. We’ll listen to your situation and explain the bail bond process so you’ll have a clear understanding of what steps to take next. Further, you’ll always know what to expect prior to signing any paperwork.
For immediate Hillsborough bail bonds help, call locally to speak to a bondsman at 888-224-5266.
HILLSBOROUGH POLICE AND JAIL INFORMATION
The Hillsborough Police Department takes great pride in their ability to protect and serve the Town of Hillsborough while respecting its citizens' privacy and dignity.
When arrested in Hillsborough, defendants may be transported to the San Mateo County Jails in Redwood City. The booking process typically consists of fingerprinting, background check, warrant check and entering their information into the computer system. Their personal belongings will usually be catalogued and retained by the jailer.
During their time in jail the detainee will not have access to their money, credit cards, cell phones, etc. Read more about arrest and booking procedures.
BAIL BOND INFORMATION
We make paying for a bond easy by offering several payment options. In many cases, we can offer our clients no collateral bail bonds. The cost for a bail bond in California is typically 10% which is mandated by California state law. For example, should the bail amount be $10,000, your portion will cost $1,000. This is a non-refundable percentage of the total amount of the bail.
We always accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Most of our clients find that using a credit card is the easiest way to pay for a bail bond. When you’re ready to post a bail bond, call us to find out how we can best help you with the details of financing one.
After the short bail bond paperwork is finalized, one of our licensed agents will “post” the bail bond at the jail which will result in the release of the defendant. We can usually complete the entire bail bond process within 1 to 2 hours. Note that we cannot post the bail bond until all the arrest and booking procedures are complete. It can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours for release from the San Mateo County Jail once a bond has been posted.
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At 888 Bail Bond, we are familiar with the California County jail systems and have several years of experience in the bail bonds industry. We’re in your corner to have your friend or family member released from any San Mateo County jail as quickly as possible.
Call us any time, 24/7 for a free one-on-one consultation from our courteous, caring and professional bail agents. How can we help you?
Hillsborough Police Department
1600 Floribunda Avenue