One of the most common question bail bonds professionals are asked is how long it will take to get someone out of jail. If someone you know has been arrested by a member of the Millbrae Police Department you will want to know that there are several things that will need to happen before the jail will allow San Mateo bail bonds to be posted.
The defendant will first need to be transported to the Maguire Jail to be booked into the system. Their photographs and fingerprints will be taken and their bail amount will be set based on the crime they are being charged with. The jailer will then submit their fingerprints to the Department of Justice (DOJ) in order to have the defendant undergo a national warrant check. The DOJ typically takes between 4 and 6 hours to get those results back to the jail. The jailer will not allow any bondsman to post a bond until this happens.
Contacting a local bail bonds company as soon as the defendant is arrested will help ensure they get out of jail as fast as possible. The person who is helping you will be able to help you understand how the process works and will be able to answer any questions you might have.
If you need help getting someone out of the Maguire Jail we can help. Call 650-227-3547 now to speak with an expert agent in your area.