Before the Europeans came to explore and settle Alta California, Woodside was home to the Ohlone/Costanoan people. Along the creeks and forested valleys, these native people found a mild climate, good water, an abundant food supply. This early population must have appreciated their rural residential community. In 1769, a group of explorers led by Gaspar de Portolá searching for San Francisco Bay, camped near Woodside. In 1822, Mexico gained independence from Spain, and the Spanish Land Grants passed into private hands. The Woodside area is distinguished for having been the home of some of the first English-speaking settlers on the San Francisco Peninsula. In the 1830’s William Smith (Bill the Sawyer), a fur trader from Oregon, made his home in Woodside, as did John Cooper and James Pease. Charles Brown built the first sawmill on his Mountain Home Ranch. His adobe house was built in 1839 and stands today.
The Rancho Cañada de Raymundo was granted to John Coppinger by his good friend Juan Alvarado, the Governor of Mexico. Coppinger, a former lieutenant in the British navy, married Luisa Soto, the daughter of a Spanish ranchero. In 1841, Coppinger built the first wooden house in Woodside at the corner of Kings Mountain and Woodside Roads. Dennis Martin, who came in the first wagon party over the Truckee pass in 1845, bought one thousand acres of land from John Coppinger. He put up a house and two sawmills, planted orchards, and built St. Dennis Chapel, which for years was the only place of worship between San Francisco and Santa Clara.
It’s can be a bit confusing when someone has been arrested and you don’t know what to do. Woodside Bail Bondsman are trained to help you figure that out. We’ll guide you all the way through the process. We’ll explain all you rights and present the right options for your situation. Jail is no place for someone to get their head together or prove their innocence. The jail system makes it pretty hard to get in contact with the right people. For most people jail is unexpected and a high bail amount is just the beginning. Calling Luna Bail Bonds San Mateo county is a great start in getting a person out of jail. After you’re released you can get a clear mind and find the resources you need for your case. Our bail bondsman are professional and are here to help you 24 hours a day. Woodside Bail Bonds Is Luna Bail Bonds.
The court will expect you to pay the full (100%) amount and if you can’t cover the amount you do not get to go home. But you can call our Woodside bail bondsman and we’ll post bail for you. We put up the full amount and you pay a small percentage to us instead of the court. After you are done with all your court dates and we will get our money back and if you’re still paying your monthly payments you should be fine. In most cases people will pay about 8 to 10% of the full amount. I can range in the thousands but that’s not always the case. If you have question one of our Woodside bail bondsman can answer all your questions. We can usually set up a payment plan that works with your budget and we make sure to make it a stress free as possible. So you can focus on the other things in your life with peace of mind.
When someone is arrested they are usually taken to the nearest holding facility to be booked. They will be processed and then put in a cell or holding tank with other people who have been arrested. They take all their property and put in in a bag or envelope. After that they will be finger printed and their picture will be taken. If they have been arrested for drugs sometimes they will make them take a blood test. As soon as they are done processing them they will be able to make a phone call. If they are able to bail out then most likely they will call you or a bail agent. One of our Woodside bail bondsman will find out what they will need to post bail and then take the steps to make that happen. After everything is signed and a agreement is made the bail agent will go to the San Mateo county jail that their located at and bail them out of jail.