The first step is to contact a licensed bail bonds service and provide basic facts such as the name and permanent address of the inmate. If, however, you lack certain information, such as the name/location of the jail, the bail bondsman can look this up for you. The paperwork can be finished in less than 30 minutes, and once booking is complete and the bond has been secured, the bail bondsman will post the bail.
Bailed out defendants must agree to appear for all of their scheduled court dates to avoid rearrest and forfeiture of the bail bond, but once released, they are free to hire an attorney and prepare for their arraignment.
What to Do After Your Release