Make a Bail Payment

Albert Cano Aceves Bail Bonds make bail payments simple and convenient for you or your loved one.

Payment Methods

Payments can be made in any of the following ways. Choose your preferred payment method below;

Online, On the phone, Apple Pay, Venmo, Cash APP, Gift Cards, At a Cano Location office, By mail

For more information on payment methods, see below or call +1-800-331-3336 to speak to a CANO BAIL BONDS representative or to find a Cano Location near you.

Pay Online

Using our website is the fastest and easiest way to make your payment. It’s free* and is available 24/7.

To set up a login and password please contact Financial Services at +1-800-331-3336.

Check with your financial institution to confirm whether they charge any transaction fees for using a credit or debit card.

Pay By Mail

Make payments by mailing a check or money order (no cash, please) to:

ATTN: Cano Bail Bonds: 18092 Sonoma Highway #1683, Sonoma, CA 95416

All mailed payments will be processed within 6 business days after receipt.

Pay By Phone

You can make a payment by speaking with a live agent. You can use a credit card, debit card, or electronic check—make sure to have your card number or bank account number.

Live Agent Assistance

Call +1-800-331-3336 to speak with a Cano bail consultant or representative who can walk you through the payment process, and help you make payment arrangements that best suit your needs.

Pay In Person

You can make a payment in person at any of any local Cano location offices. We accept payment in the form of major credit and debit cards, personal checks, cash, Apple Pay, Venmo Cash App and money orders.

how does bail work

How do bail bonds work?

Bail is a system that has been in place since ancient times and is part of the criminal justice system. Bail is money or some form of property that is given to the court as a guarantee that the accused will appear before the court on their appointed day. Bail was first used in England, where sheriffs and local governments collected money from accused criminals in exchange for their release from jail until the date of their trial.

When someone is arrested, the police may allow them to be released from jail on their own promise to appear in court. However, if the accused does not have the means to make this promise, the court may require them to post bail. This bail money is held by the court, and if the accused appears for all of their court dates, the bail money is returned to them. If the accused fails to appear in court, then the bail money is forfeited to the court.

The amount of bail that is required is usually determined by the court based on the seriousness of the crime and the accused person’s criminal history. Bail is meant to ensure that the accused will appear in court, and it also serves as a deterrent to crime by making it more difficult for those accused of a crime to avoid punishment.

The primary reason why someone would need a bail bond is if they cannot afford the full amount of bail that is set by the court. In this case, a bail bond agent will provide the bail money in exchange for a fee. The bail bond agent acts as a guarantor that the accused will appear in court as scheduled. If the accused fails to appear, the bail bond agent will be responsible for paying the full amount of the bail.

For more information on payment methods, see below or call +1-800-331-3336 to speak to a CANO BAIL BONDS representative or to find a Cano Location near you.

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I understand that being arrested can be stressful and overwhelming, 

so I strive to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible. Cano bail bond company is our courteous and professional staff who are ready to post bond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays).

We at Albert Cano Aceves Bail Bonds strive to be the number one choice in bail bonds. Our main office is based in Beautiful Wine County, SONOMA, CA with agents located across the entire state. No matter the criminal charge, or county, Cano Bail Bonds is ready to help.

Our prompt, professional service is available around the clock, seven days a week, and we pride ourselves on our reputation for courtesy and reliability. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK. (including holidays).