We will answer any questions you have and can help you understand what needs to be done to get the defendant released from custody fast.
In California, everyone who is not being held on a "no bail hold" has a right to bail bonds. A judge is the only one who has the power to release a parole, probation or immigration hold. You will also want to keep in mind that the California bail bonds process isnot immediate. It will take the defendant between 4 and 6 hours to be fully booked and processed into the jail. That's not to say you can't begin working on the bail bond process immediately though. The faster you are able to arrange bail bonds, the quicker you can get your loved one out of a California jail.
For more information on how bail bonds work in California, call an ExpertBail agent now, 800-938-2245.