Alexandria, Virginia Detention Center
The Alexandria City Adult Detention Center is a “New Generation” jail located conveniently just off I- 95 at 2001 Mill Road in Alexandria, Virginia 22314. The facility houses local, state and federal prisoners. http://alexandriava.gov/sheriff/
The Alexandria Detention Center management is based on the “New Generation” jail philosophy; a more modern and humane approach over traditional linear-style institutions. The “New Generation” philosophy is a combination of management style and architectural design which facilitates increases staff and inmates contact, and works to reduce tension and improve security within the correctional setting. Usually a person incarcerated in the Detention Center has had a bond a set by the Magistrate, 703.838.4515. The bonds may be paid or arranged with a bondsman (24 hours a day, 7 seven days a week) at the Magistrate’s Office, located at the entrance to the Detention Center.
Exceptions and Time Frame for Alexandria Bail Bonds
There are times during the day when bail cannot be posted for count and operational purposes. The normal time it takes to post a bond at the Alexandria City Adult Detention Center is 1 to 4 hours.
Requirements to Admission to Bail (Virginia Bail Bonding laws)
When arrested on a criminal misdemeanor or felony charge, defendants are brought in front of the magistrate for the purpose of a bond hearing. Magistrates decide the terms of bail according to these criteria.
The magistrate may release the accused on a written promise to appear in court with or without an unsecured bail bond. However, if the magistrate is not reasonably sure that the accused will appear for trial, he or she has the discretion to require the execution of a bail bond with surety in a reasonable amount and impose such other conditions deemed reasonably necessary to ensure appearance at trial. The monetary sum of the bail bond can be forfeited if the accused fails to appear in court or violates any condition of bail. If the accused poses an unreasonable danger to him or others, or if it is likely that the accused will not appear in court, the magistrate may hold the accused in jail without bail.
In the event this takes place, the defendant will appear before the judge for arraignment court the next morning. For further details contact our professional staff.
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