Brad’s Bail Bonds Fresno Announces the Launch of Their New Website

Brad’s Bail Bonds, the leading bail bond service provider in Fresno announced today the launch of its fully-featured website to help clients in Stockton, Oakland, Modesto, Fairfield and other surrounding areas reach a bail bond agent confidentially and quickly.

December 6, 2018 —

Brad’s Bail Bonds, the leading bail bond service provider in Fresno announced today the launch of its fully-featured website to help clients in Stockton, Oakland, Modesto, Fairfield and other surrounding areas reach a bail bond agent confidentially and quickly. Designed with the user experience strongly in mind, the site has been created using the state-of-the-art technology. That ensures the website is compatible with today’s mobile and browser devices. The new website is also much cleaner and presents a more attractive design for a more appealing user experience.

With arrest ratios signifying that at least half of black men and 30% of white men are arrested before the age of 23, it’s essential to determine who to turn if a person finds himself in trouble with the law. For those who are formally charged with a crime, a bail bond service can assist to compensate for one’s bail bond.

Brad’s Bail Bonds have been actively serving clients in Fresno, California and other surrounding areas since 2005 along with massive growth success in other areas as well. The mission of the company is to “provide every client with professional, prompt service at an affordable price.”

The majority of people have little to no knowledge of the arrest procedure or how bail bonds Fresno work. Thus, they can find the situation frustrating and complicated. Bail is a kind of security that guarantees the appearance of a person before the proper court when needed. Brad’s Bail Bonds help offers one form of that security known as a surety to court on behalf of the defendant, which is known as the principal.

How bail is determined, the kinds of bail needed, the fees evaluated by the jail and courts can be misunderstood and quite confusing. Having a professional bail bonds financing agent assist clients in navigating this portion of the legal system can reduce stress, reunite loved ones faster, and guarantee that legal and medical appointments are met privately.

“I want to say thank you to Gaby by helping us out getting my husband out of jail and by coming out to my house and getting the money for my husband bail,” said Sonya, one of the many satisfied clients of Brad’s Bail Bonds. The company anticipates being dealing with getting someone out of jail and they care about getting them out as fast as possible.

Fresno bail bonds experts at Brad’s Bail Bonds pride themselves on having more resources than other Fresno bail bond agencies. They have countless licensed bail agents, cover more ground and safeguard the release of more individuals in custody than smaller agencies.

Brad’s Bail Bonds’ Fresno agency has taken the place that if a person needs assistance to steer that unfortunate situation in life, they provide discount bail bonds Fresno which assisted thousands of clients from around the Fresno communities since 2005.

About Brad’s Bail Bonds:

Brad’s Bail Bonds ensures that their bond agents are 24/7 when it comes to assisting their clients. They offer simple immigration bail bonds solutions and their highly-experienced bondsmen carefully explain the bail procedure. It will help people know the process, so they know exactly what to anticipate.


To learn more about the Fresno’s bail bond experts at Brad’s Bail Bonds, feel free to visit their website at To bail someone out of jail, call today at (559) 785-2183.

Brad’s Bail Bonds Fresno 1200 N Lucerne Ln Fresno, CA 93728 (559) 785-2183.

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Phone: (559) 785-2183
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