8th Amendment Bail Bonds

8th Amendment Bail Bonds is located in Contra Costa County, California. However, we can and do write bonds all throughout California.

8th Amendment Bail Bonds Antioch

If your need is immediate call us at 1-877-8-BOND-88. We'll walk you through the Bail Bond process. We are committed to providing you excellent customer service.

8th Amendment Bail Bonds networks with several bail agencies throughout the State of California. For a list of court houses and bail schedules visit the Court links right here.

If you need to locate an inmate you can visit our jail link right here. Some jails offer online locates and others you will have to call. If you need assistance with an inmate locate do not hesitate to contact us for assistance - 1.877.826.6388.

Other services

Surety Bonds - These bonds are issued for a variety of reasons. Bonds such as contractor, notary, insurance broker, bail agent bonds. Other bonds such as probate bonds, court bonds, and DMV bonds as well. You can request a quote with our sister company, Jane Bond Insurance Agency.

Skip Tracing - Skip tracing is a process to locate people or things. We use a variety of techniques to accomplish just that.

Process Server - We can serve legal notice (papers) to a person to enable them to respond to any proceeding. Give us a call at (877) 8-BOND-88, or (925) 777-9970 for a quote.

Notary Public - We notarize documents, usually at no charge. Stop by the office at 516 W Second St, Antioch, California or give us a call at (877) 8-BOND-88, or (925) 777-9970 and speak with us.

Other Resources - Go here.

Now What?
Give us a call. We can process the paperwork via fax, email, or right over the phone quickly. It can be an intimidating process. We are here to help you every step of the way. You have nothing to lose and the call is free. Simply give us a call at (877) 8-BOND-88, or (925) 777-9970 and speak with us.

Your Rights
You have the right to know what your charges are. You have the right to a phone call, the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, and you have the right to have your property returned to you. You are innocent until proven guilty, and you have the right the to a speedy trial.