Are you in need of fast and affordable bail bonds in the city of Long Beach? Give J&S Bail Bonds a call today to get a free bail quote from our office located in Long Beach. You can reach our office by dialing 213-205-3892 to get connected with a local agent near you and we provide immediate bail bond services for inmates that have been arrested and sent to the local Long Beach County Jail or police department. Our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we take pride in providing the highest levels of customer service. J&S Bail Bonds has an average review rating of 5-stars on Google maps, Yelp and Facebook. We’re here to make sure you receive the absolute best experience with our company, even if it’s during a stressful time like dealing with an arrest. Our office is located at 810 E Anaheim St Unit 27, Long Beach, California 90813.
After you have posted bond for the inmate, they will be required to appear in front of a judge for their set court date at the local courthouse. You can receive all of the necessary information from your bondsman once the defendant is released from jail. Call our local office near you to get started today and to learn more.
Bail Bonds in Long Beach
What Happens To A Person Who Just Got Arrested?
This question is frequently asked by those who are for the first time faced with helping a person get out of jail. First, the arrestee is taken to a holding facility and the person is ‘booked in’. This booking process involves fingerprinting, the so-called mug-shot, and a search to find if any outstanding warrants exist. The charges are confirmed, the bail amount set, and last, a court date and time is set before release. This process may take a few hours. If no outstanding warrants exist and this is not a capital crime (murder), the person is eligible for bail. Learn more about the Bail Process.
What's The Difference Between A Public Defender And An Attorney? Which One Should I Use?
A public defender is appointed to a defendant who does not have the financial ability to retain an attorney – this is the basic difference. What about that myth, “Are you only allowed one call?” California Penal Code 851.5 states that the arrested person has the right to make at least three free local telephone calls upon being booked: one call to an attorney, one to a bail bondsman, and one to a relative or other personal contact.
Are There Other Options Than Bail?
Here are three different approaches:
Pay the court / jail all cash. The court will refund all the money after the case is completed less any fees or outstanding fines due the court – you will be advised on these deductions.
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About The City of Long Beach
Do you live in Long Beach? Long Beach is a coastal city known for its many fun attractions and historical landmarks. The population rests around 500k.
Our staff have been specially trained to help you in your situation and make the bail bonds process as smooth as possible. Our Long Beach Bail Bonds office is both easy to find and conveniently located close to the county jail.
If you need bail bonds in Long Beach, we can help. Contact our bail bonds office by calling 213-205-3892.