Bail Bonds in Santa Clarita, CA
Do You Have A Loved One in Custody in the
Clarita Sheriff's Station Jail?
Do You Need a Bail Bonds Company
in Santa Clarita, CA 91355?
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Santa Clarita Station Jail, please
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inmate information. We understand most
people have never been in this situation before,
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Sheriff's Station Jail. Often times,
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Santa Clarita Bail Bonds Process
The most common form of initial contact with
a Santa Clarita Bail Bonds Company
is through a phone call from either a family member
or the inmate themselves. Inmates
at the Santa Clarita Jail are allowed
to make collect calls from their cells. Initially
the Santa Clarita Bail Bonds Company
will gather basic information such as name and contact
numbers for possible cosigners for the Bail
Bond agreement. One of our
Licensed Bail Bonds Agents will
ask a number of questions to evaluate the risk of
having the inmate released on a Bail Bond.
Every Bond is evaluated on a case
by case basis. Questions can include the defendants
past criminal record, employment and residence history
for both the inmate and the cosigner/s.
This is a Bail industry standard,
so expect this regardless of what Bail Bonds
Company you use. Once the
Bail Bond is approved, the client will
be asked to sign Bail Bond documentation
that can also be completed via fax or email.
Once the paperwork is completed, our Licensed
Bail Bonds Agent will take the necessary
paperwork to the Santa Clarita Jail
to "post the Bail Bond". The entire
Bail Bond Process in Santa
Clarita Station Jail can take approximately
What Will be the Bail Bond Cost?
California Bail Law mandates
that the Bail Bond fee charged
is 10% of the total Bail Amount.
(for example, the total Bail Amount
is $10,000, your cost should be 10% which is $1,000.)
There are a few exceptions where Bail Bond
Companies are allowed to charge a discounted
rate of 8% of the total Bail
Bond Amount. These exceptions
- Clients that are represented by a Private
- Active Union Members
- Active Military personnel & Veterans
- AARP Members
Be careful of anyone offering a lower amount,
for paying anything less for a Bail Bond
is illegal, and can get your loved one back in
custody and leave you out of your
money! Do you really want to deal with a
Bail Bonds Company or Bail
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In general, the entire process at the
Santa Clarita Station Jail (booking, posting
Bail, inmate release ..etc.) is
usually less delayed than the average Sheriff
or Police Station due
to the smaller inmate capacity of its Jail.
As you can imagine, the Bail Bond Process
itself is different in every station due to the
way the Jail itself operates.
Below you will find some helpful information that
will help you better understand the Santa
Clarita Sheriff's Jail system.
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The Santa Clarita Sheriff's Jail Booking Process
When a person is arrested at the Santa
Clarita Sheriff's Jail, there is a process
that must be completed before a Bail Bondsman
can post a Bail Bond on behave
of the inmate. This process is commonly
known as "Booking Process".
Once a person is arrested and placed in custody
of the Santa Clarita Jail, the
Jailer will take inventory of the
arrestee's belongings as he/she searches for weapons,
drugs, paraphernalia or any other threats. Then
the Jailer will fingerprint and
run a background check on the individual to ensure
that there isn't any outstanding warrants or possible
probation / parole holds. The fingerprints
are tracked through the "Live Scan" system, which
will check / update local, state and federal databases.
This process can take several hours depending on
the workload the Jailers are experiencing
at the time. At this point some Jails
will allow the inmate to make a phone call
prior to being assigned to a cell; other
Jails have phones within the cells.
Some inmates will try to contact a Bail
Bonds Company directly (we take collect
calls); others will contact a family member or loved
one first. Whichever way it may be, the faster
Bail Bonds Santa Clarita. Com is
contacted the faster we can start the Bail
Bond Process. Also the results for
the criminal background/ warrant check can take
several hours and must be completed in order for
a Bail Bonds Agent to be allowed
to post Bail.
Santa Clarita Sheriff's Jail Visitation Hours
The Santa Clarita sheriff's Jail
allows inmates to receive a 15 minute visit
limited to 1 adult and 2 children. The visiting
schedule at the Santa Clarita Sheriff's
Jail is (10am – 2:00pm) every day.
Children are required to be accompanied by a parent
or legal guardian. The Santa Clarita
Station Jail requires all visitors to show
a valid government issued photo identification.
It is recommended to show up as early as possible,
accommodations are on a first come, first serve
basis; and can be delayed if the Jail
deputy’s workload is elevated. All visitors
at the Santa Clarita Sheriff's Jail
are subject to search and will be arrested if any
warrants, illegal Drugs or weapons are found by
the Jail Deputy.
Options for Release
A Bail Bond is not the only
option for release from the Santa Clarita
Station Jail. There are several options
for the release of an inmate. These options
Bail Bond - A written promise
signed by a defendant or a surety (one
who promises to act in
place of another) to pay an amount fixed by
a court should the defendant named
in the document fail to appear in court for
the designated criminal proceeding at the date
and time specified.
Cash Bail - Requires
payment of the full Bail Amount.
The inmate will be released if he/she is
clear for Bail, and will be
reimbursed once he/she has appeared to all required
court dates. This is a good alternative for
those who have a very minimal Bail
amount. Cash Bail can be posted
for large amounts as long as the payee is able
to source the money and willing to have the
money tied up for the long periods of time.
Money is sourced to ensure that it wasn't obtained
through illegal means.
As the name indicates, this option involves
real estate. The process can take
several weeks and is similar to a real estate
transaction. The property must have at least
150% of the Bail Amount in
equity. There are fees involved, check
with your local authorities for
specific fees. With this option, the court
can foreclose the property if the defendant
fails to appear to all mandated court dates.
"CITE OUT"- This
is when a person is arrested, then released
after being issued a citation that
states the date he/she must return to court.
Very common for traffic violations and minor
infractions. If the defendant fails to
appear in court, the defendant will most likely
be issued a warrant.
Own Recognizance (O.R.)
- Only a judge can grant a defendant
to be released on "O.R.". The defendant is released
with a written promise that he / she will attend
all required court dates. There are several
factors that a judge usually takes into consideration
when releasing a inmate on O.R. These factors
include the severity of the crime, the individuals
criminal history, current employment, ties with
family/local community, and the overall likeliness
that the individual will flee. O.R. is not guaranteed
even if the defendant satisfies all of these
Santa Clarita Station Jail Release Process
There is also a process that must occur prior
to a person is being released. Like the
Booking Process, this process can
vary depending on the workload each Jail
or Sheriff / Police
Station has. Smaller
Sheriff / Police Stations
can take only a few minutes, while larger
Jails (like LA County) can take
several hours before releasing an individual.
The Santa Clarita Station Jail
usually takes anywhere from 30 minutes - 1 hour
to release an inmate after posting the Bail
Bond. Once an individual is released
he/she can claim personal property, and go home.
About Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station & Jail
The Santa Clarita Station Jail
is located in the Santa Clarita Sheriff's
23740 Magic Mountain Pkwy.
Valencia, Ca 91355
According to the Los Angeles County
Sheriff's Department Website:
Santa Clarita Station
is responsible for providing Law Enforcement services
to the City of Santa Clarita, as
well as 600 square miles of unincorporated County
communities of Stevenson Ranch,
Castaic and Gorman
with a total population of over 260,000
In 1888, twelve years after the town of
Newhall was established, the
Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
proposed the erection of a Jail
building in Newhall. This
Jail was to be 12 feet x 20 feet.
The location for our first "Jail"
was in Newhall, on Spruce Street.
This Jail remained in use until
1906, when a new Jail was built.
The current Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's
Station was opened in 1972. Our current
Sheriff's Station is manned by
over 140 Deputy Sheriff's.
About Santa Clarita, CA
Santa Clarita is the fourth
largest city in Los Angeles County,
California, United States and the twenty-sixth
largest city in the State of California.
The California Department of Finance
estimated the city population as of January 1, 2010
at 177,641. Including unincorporated areas of the
Santa Clarita Valley, the population
is estimated at over 275,000. It is located about
35 miles (56 km) northwest of downtown Los
Angeles, and occupies most of the
Santa Clarita Valley. It is a notable
example of a U.S. edge city or boomburb. The FBI
rates it as the sixth safest city in the United
States with at least 100,000 inhabitants. (Nearby
Simi Valley and Thousand
Oaks, in Ventura County,
traditionally alternate between the first and second
spots on the list.) Santa Clarita
was ranked as number 18 of the top 100 places to
live by Money magazine in 2006.
Santa Clarita was incorporated
in 1987 as the union of several previously existing
communities, including Canyon Country,
and Valencia, all of which are
the land of the former Rancho San Francisco.
Its principal boundaries are the Golden State (I-5)
and Antelope Valley (SR-14) freeways;
their merger in Newhall Pass at
the city's southernmost point gives Santa
Clarita its distinctive triangular appearance
on the map.