If a loved one has been taken into custody, the first thing that’ll jump to your mind is how soon they’ll be able to get released. Processing an inmate and actually getting them into jail can take some time, and there’s nothing that can be done to quicken the process.
The bail process can also take a considerable amount of time, but fortunately, there is something that can be done about that. If you choose to hire a top-tier bail bond company in Texas, like PCS Bail Bonds, your paperwork can be processed quickly, and we can have a bail bondsman down to the jail in as little as 30 minutes. Once we`ve completed the process and posted your bail, your release time all depends on how busy your individual jail is.
For example, in the case of Denton County Jail it usually takes one to two hours for an inmate to be released from custody. The release process is typically faster at municipal jails for the simple reason that they`re smaller and have fewer people incarcerated. Overall, release time can vary from jail to jail—even though the bail process may be completed quickly, it depends on the actual jail and how long they take to process a release.