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When an individual is arrested on the suspicion of a crime, the police officer making the arrest informs the individual what offense he is being arrested for and the officer reads the Miranda Rights to the person being arrested. The Miranda Rights specify to the accused what his options are; that he will be given a court appointed lawyer if he cannot afford one and that anything he says can and will be used in court. Once the arrest has been made, the accused is taken to a police station and booked. Once he has been booked, he is placed in a detention cell. It is at this stage when a bondsman in Santa Rosa often comes into the picture.
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