Posting a bail bond in San Francisco can be confusing, but Golden State Bail Bonds can help ease that confusion.
Two thousand police officers patrol the streets of San Francisco. If you are visiting the city and end up in jail, you may be confused as to how to post a San Francisco bail bond. You can find a phone book and thumb through pages of bail bondsman in San Francisco or you can call Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX for prompt, professional service.
The San Francisco Police Department does not have detention center, so anyone arrested will be taken to the Hall of Justice, which is the only jail used for intake and release of prisoners. If your friend or family member is arrested, a San Francisco bail bondsman can assist you with posting bail 24 hours a day, seven days a week at Room 101 of the Hall of Justice, 850 Bryant Street.
Here is quick overview o posting bail bonds in San Francisco:
- We can assist you with all types of San Francisco bonds including traffic bonds, all criminal bonds including felony and misdemeanor, surety bonds and immigration bonds.
- When you are arrested in San Francisco, you will be taken to the jail where you will be fingerprinted and photographed. You will be asked to give your personal information to the booking officer such as your address and social security number so that jail officials can check for any outstanding warrants. This can be a lengthy process if there are many inmates waiting to be booked.
- Some charges, like traffic charges, carry an automatic San Francisco bail bond. However, you may have to spend up to 48 hours in the San Francisco Jail and appear before a judge who will determine the San Francisco bond amount. This is based on the charge, the circumstances surrounding the charge, any previous criminal record and personal information about you.
- Once you know the bond amount, Golden State Bail Bonds goes to the jail and handles the details. We pay the San Francisco bail bond to jail officials and wait for you to be released.
- The defendant will be taken to Jail #9 for release. It is located at 725 Seventh St., near the Hall of Justice. Even after the San Francisco bail is paid, it may take several hours before the inmate is released.
- Once the San Francisco bail bond is paid-relax! In most cases we can give you a free ride home.
At Golden State Bail Bonds, we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (800) XXX-XXXX. One of our professional San Francisco bail agents will assist you and answer any questions you may have regarding bail bonds and the California bail bond industry.