You may have come across our website because you have a friend or family member who has been arrested in Lincoln. You may also have a number of questions regarding how to bail them out, what the process entails, and what posting bail means.
By calling an expert bail bondsman at 888 Bail Bond, you can have your questions answered with confidentiality and care.
For help in securing Lincoln bail bonds, call us locally at 916-489-2245 or toll free at 888-224-5266 for immediate assistance. A licensed bondsman is here to help you, 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
Persons who have been arrested by the Lincoln Police Department will be taken to the Placer County Jail for booking. During that time he or she will have their mug shots taken, undergo a background check, be fingerprinted and will be entered into the system.
Once that process has been complete they will appear before a judge and their bail will be set. The amount of someone’s bail is directly correlated to whether that person is a repeat offender, the seriousness of the crime he or she is charged with and whether that person is deemed to be a flight risk.
If you have a friend or family member who has been arrested by the Lincoln Police Department, the sooner you start the bail process the sooner they’ll be released.
For Lincoln bail bonds, call bail bonds toll-free at 888-BAIL-BOND to speak to a licensed California bail bondsman.
PAYING FOR A BAIL BOND
At 888 Bail Bond, we can answer any questions you might have about the bail process. One question we’re frequently asked is whether the full amount of bail needs to be posted in order to get someone out of jail.
In California, when you work with a bail bond company only 10 percent of the total amount will need to be paid. Payments can be made by cash or credit card, and because we’re able to complete the process by email and fax, we can help get your loved one out without your ever needing to leave your home or office. Of course, we can work with you in person as well.
Although flexible and creative payment options can be made available to those who qualify, payment by credit card is typically the fastest way to have a bond posted. You should also know that most of our customers are eligible for "signature bonds", meaning no collateral will be required.
A licensed and expert bondsman at 888 Bail Bond is available to assist you when you call us toll-free at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).
LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT
Lincoln Police Department
770 7th Street
Lincoln, CA 95648