Friday, April 22, 2011

Bail Bonds in Long Beach Q. & A.

Q. If my loved one is incarcerated for D.U.I will he/she be released with an O.R. (Own Recognizance)?

A. If the inmate has no additional warrants and the D.U.I. arrest was for just D.U.I. without accident or injury than yes he/she will be release with O.R.

Please note: 
For D.U.I. the inmate will be released with O.R., but the process will take several hours longer.
A Bail Bond may be an option for those individuals looking for a quicker release.

Q. If I have the whole dollar amount for the Bail Bond, can I just put that up?

A. Yes, If you have the full dollar amount you can do what's called a cash bond, and you will get the entire dollar amount back from the court system in approximately 8 to 12 weeks once the case is concluded.

Please Note: If for any reason the defendant fails to appear, the Bail will be forfeited with no return bail put up.

Q. What if I am unable to come to the local office or to the jail for the paperwork, what are the options.

A. All American Bail Bonds offers a free mobile bail bonding service throughout Long Beach and the surrounding cities. We also offer Bail by Fax, Phone, or email. 

For Bail by Fax, Phone, or Email please call our customer service number @ 866-743-8688

All American Bail Bonds also has multiple offices throughout Los Angels Countyand Orange County for those who may wish to come into a local office.

Q. What will happen if the inmate has an out of Los Angeles County warrant, example Orange County warrant?

A. If the inmate has an out of Los Angeles County warrant than he/she will be transferred to the Los Angeles County Jail for further processing and than extradition to the appropriate county.

Q. What will happen if the inmate is in this country illegally or awaiting processing of legal residency?

A. In our experience, the Long Beach Correctional Facility does not place immigration holds on inmate that are in the U.S. illegally. 
Please Note: Information on individuals arrested who are here in the U.S. illegally may be forwarded to I.C.E.
(Immigration and Customs Enforcement), If there is to be a hold placed, I.C.E. will be the ones to request it!

Inmates who are in the Long Beach Police Jail and are in the U.S. illegally can under normal circumstances bond out, please call our local office for more information on the requirements.

Q. On drug possession arrests will an O.R. will be granted.

A. No, not by the Long Beach Police Department. 

The Inmate can request a bail reduction through the Los Angeles County bail deviation line at 213-351-0373 their hours of operation are 6:30 a.m. to midnight

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