It has been our experience that no one can control or predict when they’ll be arrested. We have no control over when the police bring you in. What we can control is when you’ll be released from jail.
Here at Tulare Bail Bonds, it’s our goal to get you out of jail and reunited with your family as quickly as possible. That’s one of the main reasons we are available 24/7. That’s right, Tulare Bail Bonds is never closed.
We don’t care if it’s the middle of the night on a holiday, we encourage you to contact us as soon as you’re arrested.
Don’t assume that by contacting us in the middle of the night that you’ll reach some call service or employee who simply tells you to call back during traditional business hours. We always have a seasoned, highly experienced bail bonds expert on staff. Not only will they take your call, but they’ll also promptly answer your questions, explain the contract, and help you understand the terms of your bail.
The ability to instantly connect with one of the bail bonds experts doesn’t disappear once you’ve signed a contract. The entire time you’re an Tulare Bail Bonds client, you’re welcome to contact us at any point of the day or night and ask any questions that have cropped up.
Our free, 24/7 consultations aren’t limited to individuals who have been arrested. We’re also happy to talk to the loved ones who are trying to figure out how they can help. We’re ready and willing to explain the rights and responsibilities of co-signers.
Tulare Bail Bonds has been in business for several decades. Over the years we’ve established a reputation for being discrete, providing excellent customer service, and always being available.
Felony charges aren’t a laughing matter. The consequences of a felony conviction include potentially losing your gun ownership rights, having a difficult time finding things like employment and housing, and even being incarcerated in a state prison. Felony charges often mean your bail is set higher than if you were simply facing misdemeanor charges.
Some people mistakenly think that since they’re charged with a felony, they don’t have the option of taking out a bail bond. We don’t understand how or why this rumor was started, but we can honestly say it’s not true. As long as bail is set by the court, you’re entitled to apply for a bail bond. In fact, since the required bail is usually higher for a felony than a misdemeanor, a bail bond is probably your best option.
Getting a bail bond when you’re facing felony charges is probably going to be easier than you think. The first step is finding out how much bail money you need. Once you have that information, all that’s left is contacting Tulare Bail Bonds. We specialize in providing people like you with bail bonds.
We strongly encourage you to take advantage of our 24/7 consultation service. During this consultation, you’ll learn how our 10% fee works. Discover if you’re eligible for a 10% discount. You’ll even have an opportunity to get information about our no money down, zero interest, and flexible payment plans. We strongly urge you to ask lots of questions during the consultation. The more questions you ask, the easier it is to decide if an Tulare Bail Bonds bail bond is the right choice for you.
The consultation is as important to us as it is to you. We use the consultation as an opportunity to learn about the charges you’re dealing with, how strong your ties to the community are, and whether we should consider you a flight risk. This is the information we must have before we can decide if we’re willing to enter into a contract with you.
Our willingness to write a bail bond for individuals who are charged with felonies is just one of the reasons we think you should consider Tulare Bail Bonds.