Golden State Bail Bonds of Marin County, California
You just received a call from a friend or relative that they are in the Marin County Jail. Since more than 7,700 people were booked into the jail in 2005 (and those statistics are expected to be higher once 2006 and 2007 statistics are compiled) the Marin County Sheriff’s Office has provided an information line. The jail information is:
- Marin County Jail13 Peter Behr Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903
(415) 499-7316 Inmate Information
Now that you know where your friend or relative is or what the charges are, if you are out of state, you may be wondering, just where is Marin County? Known as one of the richest counties in the United States, Marin County is located just north of San Francisco. The major cites are Novato, Marshall, San Rafael, Mill Valley, Larkspur Sausalito and Fairfax.
Golden State Bail Bonds is a licensed California bail bond company in Marin County specializing in: Surety Bonds, Immigration Bail Bonds, Criminal Bail Bonds, Felony Bail Bonds, Misdemeanor Bail Bonds, Domestic Violence Bail Bonds, DUI Bail Bonds, Traffic Bail Bonds, Civil Bonds and Federal Bail Bonds. If you need a bond for anything, we can provide it.
Serving Marin County, you can call the toll free number at 1-866-492-8387 seven days a week, 24 hours a day to speak with a licensed Marin County bail agent. The Marin County bail bondsman can answer any questions you may have regarding bail bonds and the bail bond industry.
Here’s what you can expect from Golden State Bail Bonds:
- A licensed Marin County bail agent will contact the Marin County Jail and confirm the charges and the amount of the bail.
- We then call you back and let you know how much you need to pay. In most cases, it is 10 percent of the Marin County bail bond. Our forms are conveniently located online or we can fax them to you. We will do most of the work. We will just need some personal information and a signature. We accept all major credit cards, so you can pay by phone. You don’t even have to come to the Marin County Jail.
- Judges allow bail so that there is a guarantee a person charged will show up for their next court appearance. We will tell you when you when your friend or relative has to be back in court and explain the conditions of the bond. If you have signed the bond, you bear a responsibility in making sure your friend or relative abides by these conditions. Failure to comply can result in your loved one’s arrest.
At Golden State Bail Bonds, we will always treat you and your family with respect and compassion no matter what the circumstances. Call today for your free, no obligation, bail bond consultation.