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We are nationally recognized and can work throughout the country

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Los angeles bail bonds

Don’t waste your time on agencies who claim they are the best

In today's fast-paced world, everyone is trying to be one step ahead of the competition. If you have a loved one who has just been arrested, you don't want to weed out the competition, you want the best. Call our Bail Bonds company now at 323-579-1415 to talk to one of our licensed agents. Time is of the essence and you don't need to waste your time on agencies who claim they are the best. You want the best, the first time and every time. It is our goal to provide you with the fastest, most professional service possible, any time of the day or night, throughout Los Angeles and Southern California. 

Our bail bond agents are highly trained and exceptionally skilled

When you or a loved one has been arrested, the first thing you want to consider is your privacy. Our bail bond agents are highly trained and exceptionally skilled at what they do. We understand that you don't want everyone knowing your business. Our agents are 100% discreet and will guarantee your privacy at all costs. Our paperwork and files are confidential and secure. The goal at our Bail Bonds company is to protect your rights and make sure you have everything you need to feel comfortable. No matter what your situation, your privacy and ultimate security are what we strive to protect at all costs.

Our rates and fees are the lowest in the business

We are the best at what we do. We know how important it is for you to get what you pay for. Our rates and fees are the lowest in the business, we offer discounts for special circumstances and continually work to make it affordable for you to get the bail you need without putting you in a financial bind. Payment plans, property bonds, credit cards, we do what we can to make the bail bonds process as easy and stress-free as possible. We are well aware that most people don't save money for bail on a regular basis and it isn't easy to be prepared for something you don't plan on happening. That is why we promise to work with you throughout the process.

We will never let you go through it alone

For people in Los Angeles who have never had to deal with law enforcement or the courts, an arrest can be extremely frustrating. You want to hire a bail bonds agency that has the knowledge and expertise to help you make your way through the process. We know your rights and will make sure you understand what is required of you as a co-signer, we will also help you understand the obligations of the court and how you can make the process go much smoother. Because we work hand in hand with both the courts and law enforcement agencies, we can help you make the right decision at the right time to ensure you will get the best results possible. Our agents know the routine and can help you get through the difficult times. We will never let you go through it alone.

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We are not your average bail bonds company. We have been in business long enough to know what works and what will not. We use our knowledge to help our clients navigate their way through a system that can sometimes be overwhelming. Our agents are available every day, all day. Our agents are on call nights, weekends, holidays, and any other time you need us. When you call our office, we will start working your case the minute we answer the phone. We are the fastest bail bond agency to service Los Angeles, Koreatown, Fullerton, Torrance, Irvine, Glendale, Santa Clarita, Cerritos, Monterey Park, Cerritos, Walnut, San Gabriel, Rosemead, Alhambra, San Marino, Arcadia, Elysian Park, Diamond Bar, Windsor Square, Temple City, Hacienda Heights, Ramona, Artesia, Larchmont, Gardena, Porter Ranch, El Monte, Carson, Pasadena, Lincoln Heights, Eagle Rock, West Covina, surrounding neighborhoods and all throughout Southern California. Call our Bail Bonds at 323-579-1415 to get the process underway.

What Happens After an Arrest?

After an arrest, the defendant will be booked through the jail. This process includes verifying their identity, searching for additional warrants, finger printing, and being charged. Once the defendant has been charged, a pre-determined bail schedule will be used to determine how much bail the defendant will have to post to be released from jail. As soon as their bail has been posted, the release process begins. The amount of time it takes to be released will vary from facility to facility. It can take as little as two hours or as long as twelve hours, depending on the size of the jail, the jail location, and the number of staff on duty.

How Our Bail Bonds Can Help?

As soon as you are told of the arrest, you need to be on the phone with a reputable bail bond agency. Call our bail bond company at 323-579-1415! We are here to help any time of the day or night. Our job is to make your job easier. We will answer your questions and get the process started as soon as we pick up the phone. To begin, we will need a few pieces of general information to fill out the application, including:

  • Defendant's name
  • Date of birth
  • Address
  • Place of employment
  • Place of arrest
  • Where they are being detained
  • Possible charges
  • Amount of bail

If you don't have all of the information, we will be able to get it for you. With our years in the business servicing Koreatown, Los Angeles and all of the surrounding neighborhoods, we have built a positive rapport with both the courts and law enforcement agencies. They know of our reputation and the mutual respect we share for each other allows us the ability to communicate freely with every agency we come in contact with. 

Once we have the information we need, the only thing left before picking up the defendant is securing the bail bond. We take many different forms of payment and even offer convenient payment plans. Our goal is to help you be able to afford the bail bond without breaking your budget. We can even take property as a form of collateral.

We Are Here to Help!

We are a fully licensed, bonded, and insured California bail bonds agency. The agents at our bail bond company takes great pride in the reputation they have built. That pride extends far as we are nationally recognized and able to work throughout the country. Once we locate your loved one, we will be on our way to make sure they are able to return home safe and sound. Our agents have experience with all types of bail bonds including immigration bonds, property bail bonds, domestic violence bail bonds, and weapons bail bonds. No matter what type of bail bond is required by the court, we can accommodate their request.

Our Los Angeles bail bond agents are committed to providing our clients with the fastest, most efficient service possible. We understand the importance of being discreet and all of our files remain 100% confidential. We do not discuss our cases with anyone. All of your information is securely held in our files and thoroughly protected. Our goal is to protect both your rights and your information. We know what is important and we are here to help you keep your family intact.

From the beginning of your case to the end, our agentsare here to help. With our 24-hour availability, we can take your case at any time. We are able to process payments at our office and use our state of the art computer system to find all of the information we need to help make your case go through the process much quicker. We know how desperately you want your loved one to be released and returned home. It is with that sense of urgency that we address each and every case. We take the steps that are needed to obtain the release of the defendant, always being mindful of your rights. When you contact us, rest assured we will do everything within our power to ensure your case gets priority attention. We will even go to court with you and the defendant if that will make things easier. An arrest can be a stressful experience. Our California agents have the experience and the expertise to handle each and every case with ease. Whether the bond needs to be posted across town or across the country, we have you covered! Once you get that dreaded phone call, don't stress or worry. 

Call our bail bond office at 323-579-1415 and let our team of agents go to work for you. We can take the stress out of the situation and bring your loved one back home where he belongs!

Testimonials From Professional Businesses That Recommend Us!

I recommend this bail bond company for all your bail bond needs. They are reliable and professional! - Los Angeles Bankruptcy Attorney

I have known these agents for years and I recommend them. - San Diego Divorce Attorney

Good service and reliable when it comes to helping people who need bail! - Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney

When a client asked me if I knew anybody to help them I recommend The Bail Bonds Company - Fairfax Criminal Lawyer

As an experienced DUI Lawyer I always recommend The Bail Bonds Company - Orange County Criminal Lawyer

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Frequently Asked Questions

A bail bond is a written agreement between a bail bonds agent, a co-signer, the court, and a defendant stating that the co-signer agrees to take responsibility for the defendant and ensure they meet the requirements of the court. The contract also states that the defendant will pay a percentage of the bail bond amount and a 10% fee and the bail bonds agency will cover the rest in return for the release of the defendant. The defendant agrees to comply with the requirements of the court by attending all hearings and attending any mandatory classes or meetings.

The 8th Amendment of the United States Constitution states that every citizen is granted the right to post bail and be released pending their court date. In exchange for their early release, they must pay a set fee and a bail amount that is monetarily in direct relation to their crime. The more serious the crime, the higher the bail amount. In some cases, if the crime is extremely heinous, no bail will be set and the defendant will be remanded until their trial date. This will also occur if the defendant is a flight risk. The 8th Amendment allows for bail so that the defendant can return home and remain a productive member of society until the date of their trial.

In California, the state mandated for posting a bail bond is 10% of the total bond amount. This fee is non-refundable. According to state law, this fee is also not negotiable. When it comes to our fees, we offer special rates for senior citizens and active duty military personnel, however, the state mandate fee for the bail bond is still in effect.

There are many different types of bail bonds. An immigration bail bond is needed for individuals who are visiting the United States from foreign lands. A weapons bail bond is used when the defendant has been arrested on a weapons charge. A domestic violence bail bond with a PRO attached, is required if the defendant has a domestic violence charge. A property bail bond is used when a person puts up personal property as collateral to cover the cost of the bail bond.

Bail bonds can be paid for in many ways. A cash bond is paid in cash in full to the jail to obtain the release of the defendant. A surety bond is used when the co-signer chooses to pay a 10% fee up front in addition to the bail bonds agency's fee. When paying a surety bond, the fee can be paid in cash, with a credit/debit card, a cashier's check, money order, or any type of personal property that is owned by the defendant or co-signer free and clear with no title liens.

A property bond is one that is secured through the use of personal property that has a set value and is owned free and clear. Property must be owned free and clear and hold substantial resale value. This includes real estate, vehicles, boats, jewelry, etc.

In order to be granted bail the defendant must agree to meet the requirements of the court. This includes attending any and all scheduled court hearings that pertain to their case. They must also attend any court mandated classes that have been ordered by the court, including drug and alcohol classes. If there is a restraining order attached to the bail bond, the defendant must comply with its stipulations as well.

If the defendant leaves the area or does not appear for court, it means they have “skipped” or “jumped” bail. When this happens, the judge will order a bench warrant for their arrest and allow for a specific amount of time for them to be returned to the jail before the entire bond amount is forfeited. If the person turns himself into the court, the bond may be reinstated if they have a valid reason for missing court. If the defendant remains a fugitive, the bond will be forfeited and the entire bond amount becomes due and owing. It will be up to the bail bonds agency to pay the entire amount to the jail and then collect the amount from the co-signer.

Forfeiture means loss. When the bail bond goes through forfeiture, it means that the court is rescinding the person's right to bond and the entire bail bond amount must be repaid to the court. A forfeiture requires that the entire bail bond be paid in full. Even if the person is eventually returned to jail, the bail bond amount must be paid in full. In most cases, the bail bonds agency will pay the amount of the bond and then go after the co-signer to recoup their losses. As part of the bail bond agreement, the co-signer agrees to be responsible for the entire amount of the bond if the defendant chooses not to honor their obligations.

The amount of time the judge gives the defendant to turn himself in after they have skipped bail will be determined by the severity of their crime and other extenuating factors. The courts will often allow two to four weeks for the bail bonds agency to find and return the defendant to the jail before the forfeiture process begins. Once the bail bond has been forfeited, however, the rest of the bail bond immediately becomes due.

A co-signer does have rights. If for any reason they no longer feel comfortable being responsible for the defendant's bond, they can request that it be revoked. During a bond revocation, the bail bond agency will discuss the options with the co-signer and then pick up the defendant. The defendant will be returned to the jail where they will remain until their court date. The bail bond agency will then return any money that is due to the co-signer. The 10% fee that is mandated by the state will not be returned. Once the bail bond has been revoked, the defendant may be able to find another co-signer who is willing to responsibility.

As a bail bond co-signer in California, you have rights. It is your right to say no when it comes to filling out a bail bond application. If at any time you feel uncomfortable with the situation, you can immediately ask for a bond revocation. Along with your rights as a co-signer, you also have responsibilities. It is your responsibility to make sure the defendant remains in contact with the court and attends all court hearings that have been scheduled for their case. You also have the right to all of the information pertaining to the case so that you can remain fully informed.

Defendants also have rights. They have the right to be able to post a bail bond and obtain early release from jail. Defendants also have the right to know every aspect of their case. They have the right to an attorney. If the defendant is able to find a co-signer to help them get of jail, it will be up to them to fulfill their end of the contract. Defendants must report to their bail bond agent on a daily or weekly basis. They must constantly update their personal contact information and make sure to notify the courts of any address or employment changes. The defendant also has the right to a fair and speedy trial.

The amount of time it takes for bail bond money to be released after a case has closed will depend on the court that tried the case. It can take anywhere from four to six weeks for the process to be completed. It can take even longer if any property was used to secure the bail bond. Once the bail bond has been released, the bail bonds agency will pick up the money and the paperwork and then meet with the co-signer to close out the case.

If you are in need of a bail bond agency in Los Angeles or Southern California, you want to make sure you use one that has a good reputation and is well known for its work with the courts and law enforcement. If you have the time before actually hiring an agency, talk to an attorney to find out who they recommend. You want an agency that is fast, efficient, and above all, professional. All bail bonds agencies are bound by the law. It is important to find an agency that takes the law seriously and does everything they can to help their client work their way through the system.

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