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How Bail Bonds Work In Whittier

The bail process in Whittier is similar to many other cities in Los Angeles County. Some technicalities may be different in Whittier due to its location, the amount of officers on duty and the type of crime someone is arrested for. As soon as someone is arrested and brought in to the Whittier police station jail, he/she will be booked in and processed into the Los Angeles County Sheriff system. The arrestee will be assigned a booking number and then live-scanned to make sure there are no further charges or any warrants to prevent the jailer form clearing the arrestee for bail. Once the arrestee is clear for bail, a bail agent can possibly get him/her out of the Whittier jail custody in less than an hour. The process might come off as a complicated process, but here at Your Bail Bonds Whittier, we are able to make it very simple. Once a friend or a family member of the person in jail contacts us, we immediately contact the jail at the Whittier police station and obtain the full bail information. Second, we will meet the family at the police station and get the arrestee out immediately.It is rather important that the defendant shows up to each and every court date assigned to him by the judge, as any violation may result in the person getting re-arrested.The paperwork involved in the process is short and confidential, and it is used for the purpose record keeping. Paperwork can be all done in less than 20 minutes while waiting for the person to be released.Upon release, the defendant will be given a bail receipt and a date for his first court appearance. People who are arrested at the Whittier jail will report to the Bellflower Superior Courthouse in Bellflower, CA For more information on how bail works, give us a call now at (562) 473-4555

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