How Bail Bonds Work In Buena Park, CA.

When you get a call from your loved one informing you that he or she has been arrested in the city of Buena Park, he or she will most likely be held at the Buena Park Police Department. The Buena Park Police department is located at 6640 Beach Blvd Buena Park, CA 90622.

 

The police department is where the bail bond will have to be posted and where the defendant will go through the booking process. The booking process could take a lot of time depending on how busy the jail is at that time. The first step of the booking process is the gathering of all of the inmate’s personal information in order for the jailer to put all of it in the jail’s database for future reference.

 

This part of the process also helps the jailer keep track of all of the inmates at the jail at all times. The next step in the booking process will be confiscating all of the inmate’s belongings for safekeeping for the remainder of the time that the inmate spends in jail. One of the final steps of the booking process is the fingerprinting process, which usually takes up the most time to complete. The fingerprinting process is done via the live scan machine and the fingerprints are sent directly to the Department of Justice. When the Department of Justice receives the fingerprints, they will determine whether or not the inmate has any outstanding warrants or is wanted by any other agency in the country.

 

The jailer will then receive the results of the fingerprint scan and use them to determine if the inmate is cleared for bail. No bail bonds agent will be able to bail out the inmate until the jailer has cleared the defendant for bail. Once you contact one of our bail bondsmen at Buena Park Bail Bonds, he or she will contact the jailer and gather all of the bail information for the inmate. If the inmate is not cleared for bail at that time, then our highly trained agent will set up a time and place for you two to meet so that you could fill out all of the paperwork for the bail bond.

 

All of the paperwork for the bail bond may seem too complicated at the first glance, but our agents are more than prepared and skilled to explain the entire process and to make sure that you understand all of it before you sign anything. They also understand that it may be hard for you to come up with the full ten percent of the bail at once, which is why we offer the option of setting up a payment plan.

 

Our agent will discuss that process with you in more detail if that is what you wish to do. Once the inmate is cleared for bail and all of the paperwork is filled out properly, our agent will immediately post the bail bond at the jail and get your loved one out of jail. When the defendant is released from custody, our agent will explain the entire process to the defendant. The agent will then hand one of you an official bail bond receipt, which will contain all of the court information for the defendant. It is extremely important that the defendant attends all of his or her court dates or the court will issue an arrest warrant for him or her.