Whittier

If someone is arrested in Whittier, they will be taken to the Whittier Jail. The address of the jail is 7315 S Painter Ave, Whittier, California, 90602. As soon as they arrive at the jail, the jailer will collect, log and store all of their belongings. The rest of the booking process will take place shortly after. The jailer will gather the defendant's personal information and request a background check to find out if they have any holds, warrants or aliases. Normally, this information can be retrieved if the jailer has the defendant's full name, date of birth and address. This information will also be entered into the Los Angeles County Sheriff system for future reference. Fingerprinting is the next step and it is completed in a separate room using what is known as a Live Scan. The Live Scan machine is connected directly to the department of justice.

The use of the Live Scan machine helps to locate any additional activity associated with other cases, including out of state warrants, holds and aliases. This step can take up to 45 minutes to complete and covers the entire United States. If nothing is found, the defendant will be allowed to post bail and they can be released to the co-signer and bail bonds agent.

In Whittier, our Bail Bonds Direct agents will need to know some basic information to start the process. This includes the defendant's full name, birth date and how you are related to the defendant. Once we have the necessary information, we will contact the jailer to determine the rest of the bail information and when or where we will be able to pick up the defendant when they are released. After the defendant has been released, they will have to meet with the bail bonds agent to complete their paperwork.

After all of the paperwork has been finalized, the Bail Bonds Direct agent will turn it into the jailer. The jailer will, in turn, verify all of the information to make sure it is complete and wrap up the bail bond process. After verification of the information, the final steps in the jail release process will be completed and the defendant will be assigned a court date. The release process can take as little as 30 minutes or several hours, depending on what is going on at the jail.

This website is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice or the information of an attorney client relationship. Bail Bonds Direct makes no warranties or guarantees of case outcomes.

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Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone. 213-465-4030

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