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How Long it takes to bail out of Oxnard Police Jail

Posted on January 30, 2023 at 12:05 AM Comments comments ()

The time it takes to bail out of the Oxnard Police Department can vary and is dependent on several factors such as the severity of the charge, the processing time for paperwork, and the availability of a bail bondsman. It can take anywhere from a few hours to several days to be released on bail from the Oxnard Police Department.

Things to know before calling our bail bonds office

Posted on March 17, 2020 at 6:43 AM Comments comments ()
Things you should know before contacting our office to speak with our family bail agents.
There is certain information that a bail bond company will need in order to assist, but not all is required:
  • Which city or county jail is the person in? (Make sure that you ask the person that is calling you from jail where they are at or being taken including the city).
  • What is the full name, date of birth and other names used? We will need this information in order to contact the jail the are at in order to verify bail amount and charges. It is not necessary to have a booking number because when we contact the jail we will get that.
  • Do you know how much is the bail and or what they got arrested for? As a licensed bail agent will get this information when we contact the jail if you do not have it handy at the time. After finding out from the jail what the bail and charges are, we will be able to explain your options to post bail now or wait til first appearance in court if needed.
  • How long does the process take for release? After we find out about bail amount, the jail can average anywhere from 2 to 8 hours to go through booking, than another 2 to 8 hours for release.  This depends on which facility they are being held.  If in a local police department, like Oxnard Police, they normally book within 2 hours and release in about 1 hour.  So they would take about 3 hours total for booking and release.
Any other bail questions can be addressed by contacting our office 24/7.

Oxnard Police Department

Posted on January 16, 2014 at 1:55 AM Comments comments ()
So you find yourself in the city of Oxnard, California and encounter a need for a bail bond in oxnard.  Will the city of Oxnard operates its small jail for bookings, but not for overnight housing of inmates.  The booking process upon arrest may take anywhere from 1 hour to several which can depend on the workload of the staff.  Most bookings are pre-booked via the Ventura County Sheriff Jail system, which issues a docket case number so if they do not get out from the Oxnard Police Department, the booking process may be cut down when they are transported to the main jail in ventura.   The Oxnard Police Department has jail staff dedicated to bookings and transportation if the inmates are not posting an oxnard bail bond.  It is always recommended that if a family or friend is arrested by the Oxnard Police Department, that they post bail at the facility rather then wait for transport to the county jail.  The Oxnard Police Department accepts oxnard bail bonds 24 hours a day and holidays from licensed bail bondsman who have a business tax license issued by the city of Oxnard.  If the Oxnard Police Department does not have a business tax certificate on file, the oxnard bail bond will not be accepted by the bail bonds agency, therefore causing a delay in the release of the family or friend.  Make sure that if you are looking to post an oxnard bail bond at the Oxnard Police Department, that the bail agency has a valid license.  How would you find out, just ask.  If they say for example they do not have bail agents available to post an oxnard bail bonds at the Oxnard Police Department, its possible that they do not have a city of Oxnard business license on file.  For more information on posting an oxnard bail bond at the Oxnard Police Department, please Call me, Martin Basaldua a licensed professional bail bondsman since 1995. Phone number to call for an oxnard bail bond is 805-639-0023 or toll free 1-877-955-2245.  Posting bail is my profession, and posting bail can be done anywhere in California with additional bail cost. 

Bail after arrest

Posted on January 14, 2014 at 3:37 AM Comments comments ()
So you posted bail for a family or friend, now what.  Will when you first posted bail, the person that was released on bail will have a future court date, which will be on the bail receipt and possibly a form the jail uses.  Make sure to make not only your first appearance, but any other appearances you are ordered to appear until you are sentenced, or the charges are dismissed. While on bail, keep in mind that any time you are arrested while on bail will most likely increase the bail on the new charges.  In addition, your previous bail may be revoked by the person that posted your bail.  If the family or friend that one has posted bail is arrested again while on bond, it is of most importance to notify the bail bonds agency of the new arrest so proper steps can be made to avoid forfieture or most common, failure to appear on that first bond posted.  Most courts in Ventura, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles to name a few also may revoke the bail after the defendant appears on new charges in custody and discharge the bail bond previously posted and request bail increase on those charges as well.  When you need answers 24/7 for bail bonds in ventura, bail bonds in santa barbara, bail bonds in oxnard, bail bonds in santa paula, bail bonds in los angeles or other cities in Ventura, Santa Barbara or Los Angeles counties, please call toll free 1-877-955-2245 for immediate assistance, or locally 805-641-2245 and 818-980-2245.

Christmas Bail Bonds

Posted on December 25, 2013 at 12:19 PM Comments comments ()
This Christmas and every year, there is always an increase in public safety for drunk driving enforcement.  Keep our communities safe and designate a driver.  Many police departments will have saturated patrols including Oxnard Police Department, Port Hueneme Police Department, Santa Paula Police Department, Ventura CHP, Santa Barbara Police Department and more.  This Christmas when things seemed to go ok, and a mistake is made, we will be open Christmas for your calls and questions.  The booking process for many jails will be the same despite efforts to curb drunk drivers on the road, especially for first time offenders will be released if they are properly licensed and live within the county that they were arrested for first time offender drunk driving.   

For any questions on Ventura bail bonds, Oxnard bail bonds, Santa Paula bail bonds, Santa Barbara bail bonds or beyond, please call 24/7 at 805-639-0023 or toll free 1-877-955-2245.

Los Angeles County Booking Process for bail bonds

Posted on December 4, 2013 at 8:34 PM Comments comments ()
Los Angeles bail bonds process is similar to many other counties.  You have an arresting agency take the detainee to a local police station for booking, this may vary depending on size of the police agency in Los Angeles County. Both Los Angeles Police Department and Los Angeles County Sheriff book inmates through the same booking database, which is  When you have a family or friend arrested in Los Angeles county, its important to find out the arresting agency so they can be monitored during the booking process.  If the arresting agency is any other then the Los Angeles Police Department or Los Angeles Sheriff, then booking information might not be on In order to post a los angeles bail bonds, the inmate would have to be booked before the agency accepts the bail bond.  Release is also a process based on the detention center that is holding the detainee.  For more information about an inmate in Los Angeles county, please call us at 818-980-2245.  Posting bail bonds for los angeles county cities include culver city bail bonds, santa monica bail bonds, el segundo bail bonds, Huntington beach bail bonds, Manhattan beach bail bonds, Hawthorne Bail Bonds, Beverly Hills Bail Bonds, Van Nuys Bail bonds, Lost Hills sheriff station bail bonds, woodland hills bail bonds, and other Los Angeles county bail bonds.

Oxnard Bail Bonds

Posted on November 12, 2013 at 1:11 PM Comments comments ()
Oxnard police department takes oxnard bail bonds after there booking process 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and holidays.  If at all, always attempt to post bail for your family or friend from the Oxnard Police Department.  The process is a lot faster and more efficient.  Keep in mind, if bail is not posted at the Oxnard Police Station, upon transfer to the county of ventura main jail, the process will take anywhere from 8 to 12 hours from booking to release on a ventura bail bond posting.

Oxnard Police Booking Process

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 11:09 PM Comments comments ()
When a family or friend is arrested by the Oxnard Police Department, keep in mind of the following.  1. From the time of arrest to actual booking it takes approximately 2-4 hours depending on the staff work load. 2. They will have an opportunity to call a family, friend or oxnard bail bonds agency. 3. Oxnard police department will normally hold those arrested for a few hours if they are not bailed out or released.  4. If they remain in custody, they will be transported to the main jail for booking.

Time is of essence when a family or friend is arrested by the Oxnard Police Department, so calling a local bail bonds agent is essential to expedite the process. As soon as you know someone is arrested by Oxnard Police, call 805-641-2245 to immediately determine the charges, bail amount and posting bail at the station will reduce the time your family or friend remains in custody.

Bail Blog

Posted on November 4, 2013 at 12:43 PM Comments comments ()
Learn more about bail and other legal questions that come up, including what to do when a family or friend is arrested.