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The city of San Bernardino, not to be confused with San Bernardino the county, is one of the anchor cities of the Inland Empire (the metropolitan area of Riverside-San Bernardino). Among the many attractions of this California City is the Santa Fe Depot and location of the original McDonald’s restaurant, and of course our San Bernardino local bail bonds office.
If you are residing within this city and you suddenly find yourself having to deal with having to bail out someone from jail, there are a few important things that you need to do. Upon learning that someone you know, could be a loved one or a friend, has been arrested, the first thing to do is to locate that person. This means knowing where he or she has been temporarily detained. Usually, an defendant in the San Bernardino area is transported to the Central Detention Center or to the West Valley Detention Center. The San Bernardino Police Department is located at 1584 W. Baseline Street, San Bernardino, California 92411, and you may call them at 909-384-5752 for additional details.
If you have the full bail money in cash only, you can simply go directly to the detention center and bail out the person with a “cash bail”. In case that it is not possible (usually the case) to produce the required amount you can be helped by a bail bonds company like our local San Bernardino Bail Bonds Agency.
You need to understand that time is of the essence and you must act and decide fast. But if you are getting too agitated and anxious about the whole situation, you can rest all your problems on our reliable local licensed bondsman. Our local San Bernardino bail bond office can help you locate your loved one, get booking information and provide the bail bond you need quickly.
It is important to understand though; that you will be required to provide some details and information about the defendant like his/her complete name, date of birth and when the arrest was made. Once all the needed details have been provided, the bondsman will start making the necessary documents that you will need to sign.
You, as the person who was asked for assistance of the bail bond by defendant, are going to be the guarantor as some call it. And once you sign the bail bonds agreement, you agree to the terms that you will be fully responsible financially for the detained making his/her appearance.
Once the documents have been submitted and filed, the bailing process will be pushed through. The bondsman can actually begin with the process even while the arrested person is still in the booking process (to be photographed, finger-printed and booked into the system), which can take anywhere from two to six hours.
If your loved one is jailed at Central detention Center or the West Valley Detention Center it is a good idea to have him/her bailed out as soon as possible. If not, he/she would have to fight their case from behind bars or at the very least wait until their first court date.
Once the bailing process has been approved, your loved one will be set for release, but will not be totally free. It is your duty to make sure that the released detainee will appear in the San Bernardino Superior Court (located at 303 W 3rd St., San Bernardino, CA.). For more information on bail bonds, you can get in touch with one of our local San Bernardino Bail agents at 909-440-1375.
Still trying to find an inmate inside of the San Bernadino judicial system?
The San Bernardino County inmate search engine is a good source of information.