Has a loved one been recently detained in California due to a false arrest?
At first, many people think the right thing to do is to try to contact the inmate from in custody, but that can sometimes takes hours to figure out and usually results in a frustrated family member that cannot figure it out.
The first thing you should do is contact the jail and try to retrieve the inmates booking number. With this booking number, you will have access to the charges, court date, court location and bond amount. Then you're going to have to contact a local Bail Bondsman. If you are in Riverside, make sure you contact a Riverside Bail Bonds to process a bond for the inmates release.
Once an agreement has been made on the bail whether you paid the account off in full to receive additional rebates or you needed a flexible payment plan, chances are most companies will work with what you've got. The time frame from contacting a bail bonds company to post an inmates bond and the release of the inmate is usually 6-8 hours.
After signing onto a bond as an indemnitor you would assume all responsibility in making sure that the individual out on bail goes to any and all court dates. If the defendant does not appear in court, a forfeiture will be set and you will be responsible for the full bail amount.
For more information on posting a Riverside bail bonds company contact the Inland Empire Defense Group at (909)206-7004