Why is a Long Beach bail bond needed? Bail assures judges that defendants will appear in a Long Beach court to answer the charges.
More than 18,000 people are taken to the Long Beach Jail at 400 West Broad Street each year, according to information from the Long Beach Police Department. If you are one of them, you want to make your stay as short as possible. You need a Long Beach bail bond, but maybe you need to call a releative in Minnesota since you are short on cash.
Golden State Bail Bonds can help your friend or relative get you out of jail when they calls our toll free number at (800) XXX-XXXX.
Your friend should follow these few simple steps about posting bail in Long Beach:
- Your friend or relative may not know how bail works, we take the time to go over every step she needs to know about posting a Long Beach bail bond.
- Before bail is set, you have to go through the booking process (fingerprinting, photos, records check). That can take up to several hours, depending on how busy the Long Beach Jail is. In some cases, bail cannot be set immediately and you must make an appearance before a judge at a later date. Golden State Bail Bonds can attend this court hearing and call your friend with the information about the Long Beach bail bond.
- If bond in Long Beach is set after the arrest, a Long Beach bail bondsman will go to the jail and handle the paperwork. We can fax the forms to your friend or relative but they can also download the forms from our website.
- We accept all major credit cards and the Long Beach bail can be paid on the phone or online.
- If for some reason, you don't have a ride home or back to your car, in most cases a Golden State Bail Bonds representative can offer a free ride home.
The Long Beach Police Department patrols 24 hours a day, seven days a week and people are arrested at all different hours of the day or night. That's why Golden State Bail Bonds has representatives available in Long Beach around the clock. Call us at (800) XXX-XXXX.