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When you’re concerned about the wellbeing of a loved one in jail, you want to be able to contact a bail bonds agency that you can count on to move quickly and professionally. At Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds, we’re proud to be the oldest bail bonds agency in Placer County. For more than 40 years, we’ve served Rocklin and the surrounding communities with timely, knowledgeable bail bonds services. We’ve earned a reputation for providing the best in quick, confidential bail bonds services to those who want to get a friend or loved one out of a Placer County jail fast.
Though we are a locally owned bail bonds agency serving Rocklin and the surrounding areas, we’re also happy to offer nationwide bail bond service to those who need to assist loved ones in other counties or states. At Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds, we know that treating our customers’ well matters. It’s always our goal to guide you through the bail bonds process so that you can realize a positive outcome quickly.
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If you need to bail someone out today, rest assured that a knowledgeable bail bondsman at Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds is available around the clock to evaluate your situation and answer any questions you may have about bail and the bail bonds process. We’ll also be happy to help you understand how warrants and other court procedures work. To speak with an experienced bail bonds agent in Rocklin, please call us at any time of the day or night at (916) 782-7048.
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We Make the Bail Process Easy
At Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds, our bail bonds agents are dedicated to making the bail process simple for you and anyone arrested in Rocklin and housed in a Placer County jail. You don’t even need to leave yourhome or business to bail a loved one out of jail. We quickly handle bail arrangements for anyone arrested in Rocklin and an inmate in one of the Placer County Jails. Of course, we’re happy to accept cash, personal checks, money orders and all major credit cards.
We should be the first phone call you make. Your bail agent will need some information about your situation such as:
- Where the detainee is being held
- How long they have been there
- What are the charges
If there are no government holds on the defendant and the bail bond company determines there is little or no risk of the bailee not appearing in court on their appointed date, then the bail bond is made available for purchase and paperwork is signed.
BAIL IS POSTED
A licensed bail bond agent will “post” the bail bond at the appropriate detention facility or jail that will result in the release of the defendant.
This process usually takes anywhere from 20 minutes to 2 hours.
Understanding the Bail Bonds Process
We’re the only bail bonds agent located directly across from the Placer County Jail in Auburn and a few short minutes from Rocklin. We also serve all of the following jails:
- Roseville City Jail in Roseville
- Nevada County Jail in Nevada City
- Sacramento County Jail in Sacramento
- El Dorado County Jail in Placerville
If a family member or loved one has been arrested in Rocklin, you may be confused and upset. At Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds, we’re here to help you understand your options so that you don’t need to worry. If you have a friend or family member arrested in Rocklin and in the Roseville or Auburn jails and you’d like to bail them out, it’s important that you understand how the bail process works. Review the information below and call us if you have any questions.
“I never thought I would need a bailbond service and when the day came I called BailHouse. They were there when I needed them and they helped me immediately. Thanks Frank.”
How Does Bail Work?
Bail is the amount of money paid to the court in order for an individual who has been arrested in Rocklin to be released from police custody until a future court date. A judge sets bail at an individual’s arrangement hearing, establishing the amount of money that the court must receive in order to release an inmate. It’s important to know that it’s possible to have a friend or loved one from Rocklin released from jailwithout posting the full bail amount.
As part of our services, the bail bondsmen at Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds take care of posting bail for someone arrested in Rocklin on your behalf. In exchange, you are required to pay a bail bond fee, which is set by law at 8 percent of the total bail amount. This figure, known as the premium, is the amount of bail that must be paid upfront. For example, if bail is set at $20,000, the premium is $2,000. The bail agent will deliver the premium to the court while also guaranteeing to pay the bail in full if the person who has been arrested in Rocklin doesn’t make future court appearances. After the premium has been paid, the bond agent will arrange for the release of the inmate.
Work with Us for the Release of Someone Arrested in Rocklin
Knowing that a friend or family member is in jail after being arrested in Rocklin can be frightening. Thankfully, you do have options to have your loved ones released from jail. At Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds, we’re proud to meet the needs of individuals and families throughout the Rocklin area. Please call us today at (916) 782-7048if you would like help securing a bail bond for someone arrested in Rocklin. Our friendly, professional bondsmen are ready to answer all of your questions.
Because it’s in your best interest to understand how bail and bail bonds work, visit our Bail Bonds FAQ page to learn even more.
Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds is licensed through the state of California Department of Insurance, insurance bail license #1570093.
Although officially incorporated in 1893, Rocklin’s recorded history begins 150 years ago when Joel Parker Whitney established Spring Valley Ranch. Over the years, 25 miles of crushed stone roads, 12 granite bridges, stables, barns, and housing for 200 ranch hands and their families were all constructed on this sprawling 30,000 acres, now considered the first developed property in Rocklin.
After the last Whitney family member died in 1926, the ranch began to deteriorate. The planned communities of Stanford Ranch and Whitney Oaks now occupy much of the former Spring Valley Ranch. As Rocklin evolved, the City saved many of the original granite bridges used to cross creeks on the Spring Valley Ranch, and the City’s Parks & Recreation Commission designed parks to include the bridges.
The City’s original claim to fame came with the mining of granite. In 1910, 22 quarries operated in Rocklin and, in 1912, nearly 2,000 train carloads of granite were sent out of town. Granite for the state capitol and many of the buildings in San Francisco came from Rocklin’s quarries. Today, Rocklin granite is still used commercially for monument signs by a long-time Rocklin family.