2 Tips for Contacting a Bail Bondsman at an Inconvenient Time

 

When someone calls you from jail you'll likely want to do everything possible to help them get released as quickly as possible. In many cases it can be dangerous or scary to be in jail, thus making their release even more urgent. One of the best ways to get a person released quickly is to contact a bail bond agency. But what if your friend or relative is arrested in the middle of the night? You'll need to find an agency that is available 24 hours a day. Here are the two fastest ways to contact a bail agency.

Calling a bail agent

In order to get the fastest response from a bail agent be sure to pick up the phone and call them right away. Due to the nature of the industry an agent will be available any time day or night. In some cases a bail agency may have an after hours answering service that will forward your call to a bondsman or you will be provided with an alternative phone number. Be sure to take that number down and contact the bail agent at it so that your loved one's release is not delayed any further.

If you're unable to reach someone via the phone your next best bet is to reach out via online tools. There could be a variety of reasons an agent is able to get to the phone, either because of another client or otherwise. Using online tools provided by the agency will put you on their radar and they will contact you as soon as possible to begin the bail process.

Contacting a bail agent via the Internet

The Internet never sleeps, much like a bail agency. Many bail bond businesses will provide ways to get a hold of them right on their website. While some may simply list an email address, more concerned and technologically advanced businesses will have a form available to fill out that will help expedite the release of your loved one.

You may even find online forms available on their website. Be sure to fill these out and have them ready for the bail bond agent. At 5 Star Bail Bonds in San Rafael we make ourselves readily available so that your loved one doesn't have to sit in their cell any longer than absolutely necessary. Reach us 24 hours a day at (415) 479-4800 to request a bail bond in San Rafael or simply fill out the form right on this site! You can also use the online Bail Processing forms tab to find all of the necessary paperwork that will help get your friend or relative released. We look forward to helping you reunite with the defendant during this tough time.


5 Star Bail Bonds Blog

Written By Brian Corey

Published By MORBiZ



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