If you know someone who has been arrested by the San Jose Police Department on domestic violence charges, we can help.
Our company has been helping San Jose defendants post misdemeanor domestic violence bail bonds at the Santa Clara County Main Jail for decades.
When the defendant is taken into custody, you’ll want to keep in mind that it will be several hours before the jail is ready to accept bail bonds. First, the defendant will need to be transported to the jail, where they’ll be held in a holding cell until the jailer is ready to start the booking process.
During booking, the defendant will be photographed, fingerprinted and checked for warrants. The warrant check generally takes between 4 and 6 hours to complete, and this step is not started until after the defendant is fingerprinted.
Once the warrant check is returned, we’ll dispatch a bondsman to post the domestic violence bail bonds.
For more information on how San Jose bail bonds for domestic violence charges work call our office today at 888-224-5266.
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