There is never a good time to learn someone you care for has been arrested in Encinitas. This smaller North County city is patrolled by members of the San Diego Sheriff’s Department. That local station does not have its own jail. This means that defendants will need to be transported to one of two places to be booked and processed. Men will be taken to the San Diego Central Jail whereas women will be sent to the Las Colinas Detention Facility. The good news is that bail bonds can be posted at either of these locations 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.
If you need to speak with someone about emergency Encinitas bail bonds you will want to find a reputable, licensed company in your area. The bondsman will start off by asking you several basic questions about the defendant. You may be asked their full name, approximate age, date of birth, reason for their arrest and bail amount if you know it. They may also want to know where the defendant lives, if they are currently employed, whether they rent or own their home and if they have family in the area.
The next step will involve filling out the necessary paperwork and arranging payment. Some companies require you do this in person whereas others will allow you the option of doing so remotely via fax and email. As soon as the paperwork is complete and payment arrangements have been made an agent will be dispatched to post the bond. Defendants are often released between 4 and 6 hours after a bond is accepted by the jail.
At Adelante Bail Bonds we have years of experience helping people just like you get through situations just like this. For more information on Encinitas Bail Bonds call 619-785-3077 now to speak with a local, trustworthy bondsman in your area.