How Bail Bonds Works in San Dimas
When someone is arrested in the city of San Dimas, he or she will be taken to the San Dimas Sheriff Station in the city of San Dimas. The station is located at
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When the person is arrested and taken to the sheriff station and arrives at the station, the jailor on duty will take away their belongings that the person has on them until the defendant gets released or bails out. The jailor will then ask the defendant some personal questions such as their full legal name, date of birth, and where they live.
Then the booking process begins and the jailor will take the defendant’s fingerprints via LiveScan Machine and mugshot, so that they can input that information into theThen the Jailor will submit the defendant’s fingerprints to the Department of Justice (DOJ) to verify that the information given earlier by the defendant matches and to make sure the defendant has no outstanding criminal cases in the United States. The results from the Department of Justice can take as little as 30 minutes for the jailor to receive but can also take up to several hours to get returned.
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This is important because the jailor cannot clear the defendant for bail until they get the fingerprint results back which determines if the defendant is not wanted in any other jurisdictions. Once the jailor clears someone for bail, the jailor will determine the charges and a court date for the defendant. In order for us here at Avolevan Bail Bonds, Fasted Bail Bonds in San Dimas to bail out your loved one, he or she has to be cleared for bail and one of our professionally licensed bail agents will verify some information with you. When you contact us, we will give you a licensed bail agent that will be your main point of contact. They will guide you through the entire process and help you understand how Bail Bonds in San Dimas works.
What to do next?
If you decide to bail out your loved one, our agents will set up a time and place for you guys to meet in order to fill out some basic bail bond paperwork in order to complete the release process from San Dimas. Once the paperwork is completed, our licensed bail agent will turn in the paperwork to the jailor so that they can verify that everything is correct and secure the release of your loved one. This can be as quick as 15 minutes if the jailor is not busy.