Getting arrested can be a stressful situation. The important thing to do is stay calm and take the steps to get back to your life.
When you’re arrested in Ventura, you’ll be taken to jail for booking. You should have the opportunity to make at least one phone call. Make it count by calling Acme Bail Bonds Ventura.
A friendly bondsman will start the process to get you out of jail by posting 24 hour bail bonds. You won’t have to pay the full amount of bail for yourself or to get a loved one released. Our decades of experience expedites the process and helps you navigate the complicated legal system.
Release can happen any time, including overnight. Call (805) 290-4002 for 24/7 bail bonds Ventura county.
Posting bail is the requirement for getting out of jail in Ventura, CA. According to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, posting bail can happen the following ways:
The downside to everything besides a bail bond? You’ll have to pay the full amount of bail. That can lead to debt or having to sell possessions to get the bail amount.
With a bail bond, you’ll only have to pay a portion of the bail amount. That happens on your own terms, since we offer free financing. Call (805) 290-4002 for a plan that works for you.
Bail amounts in the Ventura county main jail and surrounding jails will depend on the crime the person is being charged with, as well as other factors like whether or not it’s the person’s first charge for that crime.
The Superior Court of California County of Ventura published the 2020 Bail Schedule, which includes bail amounts for various alleged crimes. Many of these are in the tens of thousands of dollars of more.
When you use Ventura county bail bonds from Acme Bail Bonds, you only have to pay a small amount of the bail. If you can’t pay that now, no worries. We provide payment plans.
You can get yourself or your loved one out of jail as soon as possible with Acme Bail Bonds Ventura CA. Call (805) 290-4002 to get the ball rolling. We’re here to help any time.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office provides inmate information online. You can search for an inmate with a minimum of two characters of the person’s last name and a minimum of one character of the person’s first name.
We can also help you find your loved one in jail in Ventura county or throughout California. Give us a call at (805) 290-4002. We’re happy to assist.
At Acme Bail Bonds, we specialize in providing bail bonds for any type of arrest, for any amount. In our decades of experience, we’ve helped all types of people help themselves or their loved ones get released from jail. We provide:
We never judge anyone who calls our bail bonds service. Our services are discrete and can help you or the person you care about get the help they need, no questions asked.
For any type of alleged crime where bail may be posted, we can help. Call (805) 290-4002.
In addition to serving those in jail in Ventura, CA; Camarillo, CA; Oxnard, CA; Simi Valley, CA; and Thousand Oaks, CA, we help people in jail throughout California. We have more than 25 California bail bonds locations, with each one serving the surrounding cities.
When you or a loved one needs help, we’re here for you. Dial (805) 290-4002 to talk with one of our experienced representatives any time of night or day, 365 days a year.
The Ventura Sheriff Department is a facility that houses inmates that have been sentenced to a year of less for crimes that are less-violent than state prison mandates. The facility also is adjacent to the courthouse, so inmates can access the courtrooms for arraignments, sentencing, etc. The facility accepts prisoners from the various surrounding police departments. Those who have not been released on a bail bond, are transferred to the county facility for housing and court appearances.
ACME BAIL BONDS is a bail bonds agency established by Scott J Esparza, who has been a licensed bail agent for over 30 years. He solidified his years of experience with the formation of ACME BAIL BONDS.
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