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    At some point in our lives, we all experience tough times. If getting arrested is one of them, 888 Bail Bond can help.

    Serving California since 1971, our certified and insured, family operated bail bond business is not only reliable and knowledgeable about the ins and outs of the Manteca jail and bail bond system, but,  we are also compassionate and discreet about your situation.

    All of our conversations are treated as confidential and anonymity is one of our top priorities. Clients come to us embarrassed, scared, and unsure of how to navigate the bail bond and jail systems. We come to them with straight-forward and helpful answers.

    To speak with a bondsman anytime, day or night about Manteca bail bonds please contact us at (888) BAIL BOND


    Q: What is a bail bond?

    A: A bail bond in its simplest terms, is a guarantee or “surety bond”, that promises the court payment in full of the bail amount if the defendant fails to appear for their scheduled court appearances. To protect your assets, it is imperative that you only deal with a licensed bail bond company since taking out a bond is a contractual agreement that a licensed bail bondsman who is backed by an insurance company guarantees.

    Q: How much does a bail bond cost?

    A: Standard procedure in setting the price of a bail bond in most states, including California, is 10% of the bail amount. For example, bail has been set at $300,000, the out of pocket cost of the bail bond is $30,000. Each state has sets its own non-negotiable rate. Bail bonds have no hidden fees.

    Q: How do I pay for a bail bond?

    A: Payment is due in advance of posting a bond for the release of the defendant. We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, America Express, and Discover. Most clients choose to pay with a credit card.

    We understand that bail is a cost that was not planned for. That’s why at 888 Bail Bond we offer many flexible bail payment plans and interest free financing options.

    Q: Why am I seeing bail cost only 5% at some places while others charge 10%?

    A: The state of California has set the bail bond rate with the Department of Insurance at 10% of the total bail amount. If a company offers you 5% in the state of California you are being taken advantage of and the person is acting illegally or attempting a "bait & switch". Working with a licensed bail bond company is the best way to protect yourself from bail bond scams.


    Finding a bondsmen is an important decision that people often never have to think about. However, in the event that you find yourself searching for a bondsman but have no idea of what to ask or where to begin, please call 888 Bail Bond.

    With nearly 50 years of experience with bail bonds throughout California, our team of reputable bondsmen is here to help.

    We know that emergencies are never planned and that our clients need someone to talk to at all hours of the day and night.  Our bondsmen are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year long.

    We don’t take time off so that we can be there when disaster strikes. To speak to a live bondsman who can answer your questions and walk you through the bail bond process step-by-step, please call us now at (888) BAIL BOND. We’re here to help.

    For bail bonds in Manteca, we can be contacted toll free 24 hours a day/7 days a week at (888) BAIL BOND.


    Manteca Police Department
    1001 W. Center St.
    Manteca, CA 95337
    General Phone: (209) 456-8100
    Bail Bonds: (415) 831-2245

    Opened on May 18, 1918, the Manteca Police Department has been serving its community for nearly 100 years.  The Manteca Police Department offers high quality personnel, the newest and most innovative technology, as well as the support and partnership of its citizens to make Manteca the safe community that it is.

    If your friend or loved one has been arrested by the Manteca Police Department, they are likely to be taken to the San Joaquin County Jail for booking.