When a defendant is arrested in the city of Chula Vista they will be transported to the Chula Vista Jail to be booked and processed. Booking often takes between 4 and 6 hours and the defendant will not be permitted to bail out until this is complete.
This jail is a 46-bed facility that is run by the local police department. It serves as a temporary holding facility for pretrial inmates. If the defendant is not bonded out they will be detained here until their arraignment. At that time the judge can either remove bail, raise bail, lower bail, keep it the same, dismiss the case or release the defendant on their own recognizance. The decision as to how to proceed is at the complete discretion of the judge. If the defendant is not released from court they will be transported to one of two places. Men will be sent to the San Diego Central Jail whereas women will be transported to the Las Colinas Detention Facility. That transfer will delay the bail bonds process by up to 16 hours depending on how busy the jail is.
Chula Vista bail bonds can be posted at any of these jails 24-hours a day, 365-days a year. If someone you care for has been arrested in this South Bay city you will want to call an expert bondsman right away. This will help ensure the defendant can get out of jail as fast as possible. Many companies can assist you 24-hours a day and some even offer bail by fax and email for expedited service.
If you have a friend or family member who has been detained by the CVPD call Adelante Bail Bonds now at 619-785-3077. Someone is here to take your call 24-hours a day, 365-days a year, nights weekends and holidays included.