Video Name: County Jail Booking & Arrest Process in California
California bail bonds provider explains what happens when a person is arrested and finds themselves in any of the county jail in the State of California.
Learn the booking process for those who are arrested, which can take as little as 2-3 hours in small jails or as many as 24-48 hours in the larger county California jails.
Video Date: January 2008
After a person is arrested, he or she is typically taken to a local law enforcement station for booking. Bail is not generally set until the booking process is completed.
When the defendant is being booked, the jailer will typically take all the personal items such as their cell phone and their wallet and their credit cards.
After this is done the arrestee will be fingerprinted, photographed and checked for warrants. This process can often take one to two hours in one of the small jails and often it can take 12 to 24 hours at the larger jails.
Being arrested is a very humbling experience for most of our clients; and, when they contact us, they are very frantic.
We do everything we can to get them out of jail as quickly as possible.