If you are arrested in San Diego and it is your first time, you may wonder how you get bail set and how to call a San Diego bail bondsman. Golden State Bail Bonds is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist with all kinds of bonds-immigration, criminal and traffic bonds just to name a few. With one call to us at (800) XXX-XXXX, we will find out the circumstances surrounding your arrest in San Diego.
In San Diego, they immediately separate the men from the women when they are arrested. San Diego police take male inmates to the San Diego Central Jail once they are arrested. The jail can hold 940 inmates. San Diego police are responsible for 44 percent of the bookings in the Central Jail. Depending on the charge, an inmate could be moved to the South Bay Detention Facility or the George Bailey Detention Facility. Women who are arrested by officers by the San Diego Police Department are taken to the Las Colinas Detention Facility, located in Santee.
There are some things you need to remember if you have been arrested and need a San Diego bail bondsman:
- It may take several hours to bond you out, depending on how busy the San Diego jail is. Booking can be a lengthy process and includes a criminal records check, picture and fingerprinting. That is why we are willing to wait for you in the lobby as the San Diego bail bond is being posted and save your loved ones the hassle of having to wait for what could be a long time.
- When you use Golden State Bail Bonds, we can take the information and payment for the San Diego bail bond over the phone, again allowing your loved ones to bail you out from the comfort of their own home.
- When you make bail, you will be given a day to return to court in San Diego. Don't miss this date, or you will be arrested for failure to appear.
When you call Golden State Bail Bonds, we make the process of posting a San Diego bail bond easy. We are not here to judge you or make you feel bad about your arrest. Call us at (800) XXX-XXXX when you or someone you know needs a San Diego bail bond.