Our son was arrested about 15 minutes ago due to a case of mistaken identity. He’s never been in trouble before and this is all one big mistake. My husband and I know he’s terrified and we want to get him out of jail ASAP. How fast can we post his bail bonds?
This is a very common question. When someone is arrested, they’ll need to be transported to a Riverside County jail, fingerprinted, photographed and checked for warrants. On average, this entire process can take anywhere from four to six hours, from start to finish. The jails will not allow anyone to post bail bonds until their warrant check comes back. After Riverside bail bonds are posted the release times will vary based on the jail your son is being held at. The release times at smaller police department or sheriff’s department jails can be very fast and in some cases, defendants may be released within 30 minutes. If your son is being held at a larger county jail the release times can span from 4 to 12 hours.
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