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How can I post bail for a prisoner in your custody?
A prisoner has a right to be released on bail unless arrested for an offense where no bail is permitted, or arrested on a warrant or detainer which specifies "No Bail.”

The Fremont Jail will accept bail 24 hours a day in the form of cash, cashier's checks, and surety bonds from a bail bonds person or his/her representative. Personal checks may be accepted from other than the prisoner, but only for charges to be heard in the Fremont Hall of Justice, or warrants issued by that court. A current proof of funds from a bank (e.g. an ATM receipt dated that day), a valid form of identification and a thumb print from the person issuing the check(s) are required.

10% fee in lieu of total bail or a credit card is not accepted.

Prisoners who are in custody on charges to be heard in the Fremont Court and are unable to post bail will be scheduled for the next available court day. Prisoners who are in custody on non-Fremont Court cases and are unable to post bail will be transferred to the Alameda County Jail (Santa Rita) on the next available trip.

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1. Can you give me directions to the jail?
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3. How can I post bail for a prisoner in your custody?
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5. Where is the Fremont Hall of Justice located?
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7. How can I get a prisoner's property released to me?
8. Can I bring clothing, medication, food or money to a prisoner in the jail?
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