HOW BAIL BONDS WORK
After a loved one has been arrested in the city of Rancho Cucamonga, the officer will take your loved one to the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department. This is where the arrestee will have to complete the booking process before he or she could be bailed out. Once the inmate is at the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department, located at 10510 Civic Center Dr, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730, he or she will be brought to the jailer, who will proceed to input all of the defendant’s personal information into the police database for future reference. After that is completed, the jailer will then send the inmate to have his or her fingerprints scanned with the LiveScan Machine.
The LiveScan machine is directly connected to the Department of Justice’s database and will be able to tell the jailer if the inmate has any outstanding warrants or is wanted by any other agency for whatever reason. If the jailer receives the results and is able to conclude that the inmate has no outstanding warrants anywhere, then he or she will clear the inmate for bail.
This means that our bail bondsman at Rancho Cucamonga Bail Bonds will not be able to bail out the defendant until he or she has completed the fingerprinting process and is cleared for bail. While our bondsman waits for the inmate to be cleared for bail, he or she will contact you and set up a time and place for you two to meet in order for you to complete most of the paperwork necessary to post the bail bond.
When all of the paperwork has been filled out and the jailer has cleared the inmate for bail, our agent will then post the bond at the jail that the defendant is located at. The jailer will have to verify that all of the information is correct on the bail bond before he or she can accept the bond. When the bond is accepted, it should take no longer than half an hour for the defendant to be released from jail, unless the jail is busy at the time.
If the jail is busy, then it may take a few hours to be released, but the jailer will inform the bondsman of the estimated amount of time once he or she accepts the bond. Once the defendant is released from jail, he or she will have to meet up with the bail bondsman to fill out the rest of the paperwork. When all of the paperwork is completed, the bondsman will hand one of you an official bail bonds receipt that will have all of the arrest information as well as the court information for the defendant.
This information is extremely important and you will need it to know what time and when to show up to court to handle the case. If the defendant does not show up to all of his or her court dates, then the court will issue a bench warrant for the defendant’s arrest.