Our Claremont bail bonds office is the bonding agency to call if you have been arrested in Claremont, Ca. Our staff is ready to help anyone who needs our service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All it takes is a call to 909-200-4048.
Service You Can Count On
We understand that terrible things can happen to anyone. If someone is arrested in Claremont, it is not our place to judge. We are here to help that person get quickly released from jail. We do this well because we understand the process and the people who are involved in the city of Claremont, CA.
Our connections with the City of Claremont Police Department and our knowledge of the Claremont Station Jail are both very helpful in helping an individual get the bail bond they need. They also help them get out of the jail as quickly as possible.
Bail Bonds Claremont: The process
When arrested in Claremont, the individual is taken to a local police station or in this case the Claremont Station Jail. There, they are temporarily held until court or until they are transferred to the Los Angeles County Jail. The fact that they may be transferred often makes locating the individual a bit of a challenge. Friends and family may think they know where someone is being held, but they may be wrong. We can find people who are in the system.
Simply provide us with two pieces of information:
- The individual’s name that has been arrested
- The location that they were taken to originally, or at least the arresting agency
With only those two pieces of information we can locate an individual and find out where in the process they are. Even if where they are going is not known, we will be able to find the information using their name and our familiarity with the system.
Once the individual is located in a specific jail, we can start the process of getting them out. This includes getting cleared for bail. There are many steps in this including checking an individual’s history to make sure they do not have any active holds or warrants against them. Assuming that they clear for bond, the next step will be our side of the paperwork. Then finally, the individual must be medically cleared before they are released.
The amount of time this all takes will vary based on how busy the facilities are and how well staffed they are at any given time. A defendant’s cooperation with police also may be a factor. Having the information we need beforehand will save some time in the whole process. Overall, the entire process can be as short as thirty minutes or it can take as long as several hours if a transfer was needed.
Getting released is only the first step in the bail process. Following their release, an individual should meet with our staff for their side of the paperwork. At this time we would discuss future required court dates and any other rules or conditions that must be followed. We make sure that they understand the requirements.
We know that most people do not know the legal system and the way that it works in Claremont like our staff does. That is why we strive to make the process as simple as possible. We also realize that some of our clients will need additional help. For example, we always recommend that anyone that has been arrested for a felony charge should also seek the advice of a lawyer. Our role however is to assist in the bail process.
We strives to make the process of making bail a little easier and a lot more comfortable for people. Obtaining a bail bond may not be something anyone wants to have to do, but we will make the process as painless as possible.