Los Angeles County Bail Bonds

The Bail.com Bail Bonds Universal local bail agent can meet you at a mutually agreed location near the jail in Los Angeles.

We can write Los Angeles bail bonds in all cities including but not limited to The City of Los Angeles, Alhambra, Culver City, Inglewood, Pasadena, Van Nuys and Long Beach.

Avoid the obnoxious sales poachers near the Los Angeles jails. It is quite common for the unprofessional bail bond solicitors to not hold a Bail License issued by the California Department of Insurance. The state of California requires that all bail bond agents carry their personal Bail Agent ID continuously and it is your right to view the card when conducting bail bonds in Los Angeles. Bail.com has licensed bail agents throughout the State California.

The three main jail facilities where you might need a to bail out a friend or family member are listed below:
77th Division at
7600 Broadway
Los Angeles, California 90003
Pacific Division at 
12312 Culver Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90066
Parker Center at
150 N. Los Angeles St.,
Los Angeles, California 90012

Los Angeles County Jail is the largest jail in the US and is the largest Sheriffs Department in the world. Several thousand people are booked every year at the jail. In any given day the county jail transports several hundred people to and from court and processes many bookings and releases every day.

We can help you in every city in Los Angles County including: Pasadena, and El Segundo.

At the main county jail it is a relatively simple process to post an LA bail bond. Once a person is booked, fingerprinted and has a bail set, a licensed, bonded and insured Bail Bondsman can post bail for them. Within LA County there are several jails and police departments that a person may be held at. When someone is being held at the main jail the process can take several hours.

For a person to get booked into LA County Jail it can take 8-12 hours. After a bail bond in Los Angeles is posted it can take another 6-12 hours to get out. It is not recommended to go to the jail to post a bond or ask questions to the cashiers or jailers. They are very busy and it is unlikely you will get the answers you are looking for. You will not be able to speak with an inmate unless it is visiting hours, you will not be able to pass them a note or call tehm on the phone. It is recommended that you call a licensed Bondsman to assist you with the process.

The Jail is made up of a few different facilities where inmates are housed. The two most commonly used when posting a bail bond are the following:

Inmate Reception Center / Twin Towers Correctional

450 Bauchet Street
Los Angeles, CA

Men’s Central Jail

441 Bauchet Street
Los Angeles, CA

Local Sheriff Stations and Facilities in LA County include:

East LA Sheriffs
5019 E. Third St.
East Los Angeles, CA 90022
Business Phone: 323-264-4151

Los Angeles Superior Courts and Locations
East Los Angeles Courthouse 214 South Fetterly Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90022
West Los Angeles Courthouse 1633 Purdue Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025

Los Angeles County Public Defenders Office
210 West Temple
Los Angeles, CA
There is a public defenders office in each court location.
For a list of locations please click here.

Los Angeles County District Attorneys Office
210 West Temple Street, Suite 18000
Los Angeles, CA 90012-3210
For a list of DA locations click here.

LA Bail Bondsmen

Every year in Los Angeles a new Bail Bond Schedule is released. The bail schedule is determined by the judges within the county and is set for all crimes within the county. When someone is charged with a specific crime their bail bond amount is already determined and is a standard amount. The bail schedule is used by the courts, judges, criminal defense attorneys, bail bondsmen, law enforcement and jailers so they all know how much a person bail will be set at for specific crimes.

This bail schedule is what determines a persons bail amount. Not the Bondsmen or jails. Bondsman and Jailers do not have anything to do with the bail schedule other than using it as a guide to assist people. A judge is the only person that can change a bail amount. If someone has a bail of $50,000 there is nothing a Bondsman or Jailer can do to lower it. It can only be reduced by the judge and if the bail schedule calls for a $50,000 bail amount for a specific crime it is likely the judge will not reduce the bail either.

Los Angeles has the highest bail bond schedule in the country with the average size bail amount of roughly $20,000. Most misdemeanors in Los Angeles will not require a bail bond to be posted. With jail overcrowding the judges have seen the necessity to free up bed space to allow for more serious offenders to be held at the jails so most misdemeanors will get released without a bail bond. This is not always the case though. If someone has a warrant in Los Angeles on a misdemeanor it is likely they will remain in custody unless a bail bond is posted. Have a Bondsman call the jail for you to determine if a person is going to be released or requires a bond.


There is no charge to have a Bondsman call the jail for you.

With regards to felony charges most defendants will remain in custody until a bail bond is posted or they are found innocent. Crimes where there are victims involved usually carry a high bail amount of $30,000 or more. These people will not be released until a bond is presented or they have completed their trial and sentencing. Domestic Violence, Assault With a Deadly Weapon and Criminal Threats are just a few of the charges that require a bond before a person can be released.

For a California Licensed, Department of Insurance Approved Bail Bond Company please call now. You will be connected immediately to an agent that will assist you with all of your questions and concerns about bail bonds.

If you need a Van Nuys or any other city within L.A. county we can help.

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