We Help You navigate the Bail Bonds Process
Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds understands that when a person is arrested in Placer County and jailed in Auburn, Roseville, or Nevada City it can be a confusing and emotional time for families and friends. That’s why it’s important to understand how bail bonds work in Placer County:
Bail must be paid in order for someone who has been arrested to be released from the jail in Auburn, Nevada City, or Roseville until a later court appearance. You may obtain freedom for a friend or relative without posting the full bail amount by arranging for a bail bondsman such as Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds to post the bail bond for you.
The cost of the bail bond, which is set by law at 8 percent of the bail amount, is paid up front and is known as the “premium.” Once the bail agent is paid the premium, the bail agent guarantees payment of the bail amount in full should the person who has been arrested not show up for the next scheduled court appearance.
The bail agent then arranges for the jail to release the defendant.