Fast Bail Bond Sacramento
723 J. Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Toll-Free: 866-HERE-4U-8
Phone: 916-444-6868
24 hours/7 days a week

Kellie Weatherby
Insurance Bail Lic.# 1783416

 
 
PAYMENT OPTIONS

Sacramento County
916-444-6868

Stockton Area
209-465-6868

Roseville
916-772-6868

Auburn and Grass Valley
530-885-6565

El Dorado and Amador Counties
530-621-4477

Woodland Yolo County
530-668-0666

Yuba and Sutter Counties
530-751-2828

Fairfield and Solano County
707-425-6868


Fast Bail Bond Sacramento
When you have been detained and are in custody of the authorities, every minute seems like an hour. Jails are crowded, miserable places where time passes slowly as you sit in your cell waiting for your release. All you can think about is what you can do to get out. At Atlantis Bail Bonds, we understand. We deal with clients every day who have a family member or friend in custody, and we never forget that every transaction has a human face. We know that arranging that person's release on bail is their top priority and it's our top priority too.

We have streamlined our procedures, based on years of professional experience, so we can cover all the details that are required to complete the release process as quickly as possible.
We have extensive professional contacts at all levels of the court system and know the specific details of the process. Whether the bail amount is large or small, regardless of any complications (including a 1275 hold) that may arise, we cover all the details in the shortest amount of time that the system will permit.

Sometimes, if the bail bond amount is set too high, it may be necessary to request a "Bail hearing" and ask the court to lower the required amount. This takes time to schedule, but from the defendant's perspective, a bail bond they can't afford is the same as no bail at all.

On the other hand, if the defendant is already on probation or parole, it may be best for them to post bail as fast as possible, without requesting a bail hearing. Often, if the court finds out that the defendant is currently on parole or probation before he or she posts bail, it will place a "hold" on their release. In many cases, if they "bail out" prior to the court obtaining that information, their probation or parole officer may allow them to remain free on bail pending the disposition of their case.

Do you have a friend or relative in custody? Then remember Atlantis Bail Bonds; when fast can't be fast enough!