Bail Bonds Downtown Los Angeles
If you need a bail bondsman in Los Angeles, contact Power Bail Bonds Los Angeles Downtown. Our team of experienced bail bondsmen are available now for free & confidential advice.
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The Bail Process
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Click, call, or walk into a Power Bail Bonds office for your free bail consultation. Our friendly, expert staff of bail bond agents will fully explain the bail process and make a recommendation to get the release process started.
AGREE PAYMENT PLAN
Our knowledgeable bail bond agents will create a personalized, affordable payment plan to suit your budget. Payments can be taken over the phone, online via our website or in person at your nearest Power Bail Bonds office.
RELEASED FROM JAIL
Next, we will post the bail bond and get your loved one out of jail and home fast!
Los Angeles Bail Bonds
Our local professional staff in Downtown Los Angeles can assist you with any bail bonds services. If you or a loved one have been arrested, call us to see how we can help. Our friendly agents are on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to offer immediate assistance, answer any questions & get your loved one released from jail as quickly as possible. We have helped secure the release of thousands of clients from jail and offer support from start to finish.
Power Bail Bonds will never charge for an initial consultation and we offer 0% down and payment plans. We have expert staff ready to help with all your bail needs. Every situation is different, but we offer the fastest route to get you or your loved one out of jail fast.
What happens when you're arrested in LA?
Once arrested, the individual will go through a booking process, where law enforcement takes their information and conduct a criminal background check. Individuals that are arrested at police departments or sheriff sub stations will remain at those jails until their arraignment date. If they have medical issues and the station can not accommodate, they will be moved to the county jail at Twin Towers.
An individual can post bail after they have been booked. This is the time you can call us immediately as we are open 24/7. Otherwise, you or your loved one would have to wait for a bail hearing.
How much does the bail bond cost?
In Los Angeles County, the bail amount will depend on the pre-set bail schedule. For example, according to Los Angeles Felony Bail Schedule, bail can range anywhere up to millions of dollars for the most severe offences. It is ultimately up to the judge who will set your bail amount, depending on what offence you are charged with.
In addition to the bail amount set by the judge, there is a service fee for a bail bonds company to post the bail bond for the individual to be released from custody.
Luckily, Power Bail Bonds LA offer a low-price guarantee, so you can be assured you are getting the best deal possible. We offer the best rebates and lowest rates with affordable payment plans tailored to fit your budget. In most cases, we don’t even require a down payment to issue the bond.
How long does it take for a person to be released once bond has been posted?
Release time can be in as little as 30 min, depending on the facility. The fastest way to arrange bail is via phone and email. We can also post bail in court if the defendant is still there.
What is the fastest way to arrange bail?
Bail can be arranged via phone and email a lot faster. We can also post bail in court if the defendant is still there. We can also meet clients at any police station or jail.
Will Power Bail Bonds meet clients at a police station or jail?
Yes, we can also meet clients at any jail or police station.
Is there any difference between how men and women are processed?
At the local police departments or sheriff sub stations, there is no difference. After arraignment they are booked at different county jails. Men will be booked at the Inmate Reception Center at 450 Bauchet St, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Women will be booked at Century Regional Detention Facility at 11705 Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90059.
What areas does this office serve?
We serve a number of local areas, including Los Angeles County, Downtown Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, South Central Los Angeles, Hollywood, Long Beach, Norwalk, Downey, Compton, Lakewood, Torrance, El Segundo, Santa Monica, Palos Verdes, San Pedro, Carson, Lynwood, Huntington Park, Inglewood, Alhambra, El Monte, Pasadena, Glendale, Montebello, West Covina and surrounding areas.
What is the best way to get to your office?
Coming from the East on Hwy 101, take the Vignes St exit. We are North of Cesar Chavez Ave. on Vignes St. We are at 931 N. Vignes St., #204 (upstairs)
Coming from the West on Hwy 101 take the Alameda St exit and turn left. Then turn Right on Cesar Chavez Ave and make a left on Vignes St. We are at 931 N. Vignes St., #204 (upstairs)
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Do you deal with a certain type of charge?
We frequently deal with DUI's, domestic violence, robbery, theft, gun charges, assault charges and drug possession. But we deal with many types of charges.
What does the inmate have to do when he/she is released?
Once bond has been posted, the inmate will have to complete his/her 24-hour check in procedure.
Does the Bond expire after 1 year?
NO, the bond will remain in effect for the entire lifespan of the case.
Are there any parking facilities near your office?
The closest parking facilities to office are either; Union Station parking or Street parking (which is free)