How Bail Works In Redondo Beach
Although the process of bail is pretty uniform throughout a given county, it is possible some police or sheriff stations may have their own guidelines or rules when it comes to releasing an inmate from their custody. Los Angeles County has most of its jails working under one set of rules.
The city of Redondo Beach is served by the Redondo Beach Police Department, which operates a jail unit at their station. When a person commits a violation and therefore is arrested and brought to the Redondo Beach jail, he or she will undergo a routine check up and will be processed in to custody. Normally finger prints and a DNA sample will be taken at the time of booking. The arrestee later will be assigned a booking number and the finger-prints will be forwarded to the Department of justice for background check and to determine if the person in jail has any legal matter which prevents him from bailing out and fighting the court case from outside.
As soon as the finger-prints are returned and there are no warrants on the defendants, a bail may be arranged by using a CA licensed bail bondsman. You can find a local licensed bail agent in your area by calling our number here at Sunrise Bail Bonds Redondo Beach. Our agents throughout southern California are ready 24/7 to simplify and help you understand the easy steps to get someone out of custody.
Once you reach one of our agents, he will right away contact the jailers at the Redondo Beach Police jail and gather all the information needed to transact the bail and get the arrestee released. Your agent will meet you at the station and go through a set of simple paperwork that include but not limited to a bail application. Soon after, the defendant will be released with a date for his first court hearing.The defendant is required to show up to all court dates until the case is settled and the bond is exonerated. Any violation to court orders will result in the defendant getting re-arrested. The agent will provide the defendant with a receipt and a date for the first court appearance. People who are arrested at the Redondo Beach station will normally appear at the South West Superior Court in Torrance, CA.
For further assistance, please call any of our agents in your area at 310-694-5898 and they’ll be ready to assist you.