When you or your loved one is arrested in the city of Beverly Hills, you will most likely be taken to the Beverly Hills Police Station, located at 464 N Rexford Dr Beverly Hills, CA 90210. The Police station has a holding cell for inmates awaiting to complete the booking process or waiting to get bailed out of jail.

 

When the defendant arrives at the police station, he or she will be met by an officer on duty, who will confiscate any personal belongings that the inmate may have on them for safekeeping for the remainder of the trial or the time that the inmate spends at the jail. Once the officer has logged all of the inmate's belongings, he or she will then begin the booking process, which could take several hours, depending on how busy the jail is at the time.

 

The booking process includes the jailer gathering the inmate's personal information, such as the defendant's name and date of birth as well as a picture of the inmate so that the jailer could put all of that information in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's database. Once that is all complete, then the inmate will go through a fingerprinting process, which will determine if the inmate is cleared for bail. Once the inmate is cleared for bail, then one of our agents could post a bail bond and get you or your loved one out of jail. Once you contact one of our agents, they will meet you so that you could fill out the necessary paperwork in order to complete the bond. When you have completed all of the paperwork, the agent will then go to the Beverly Hills Police Station and post the bail on behalf of the defendant. Once the paperwork is verified, the jailer will then release the inmate to your custody to await trial. Article by Sunrise Bail Bonds.

How Bail Bonds Work In Beverly Hills, CA

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