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What the Jail Booking Process Looks Like
What the Jail Booking Process Looks Like

After being arrested for a crime, the suspect is taken by law enforcement for booking, or processing in jail. The first concern of a person who’s been arrested is how fast they can get sprung from jail, but first, they must be booked and have a bail hearing to determine ...

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