OFFERING LA CRESENTA VALLEY JAIL BAIL BONDS
Those in need of a La Crescenta bail bonds have arrived at the proper web-site to help understand the process of bailing somebody out of jail. Our bondsmen regularly process bail bonds at the Crescenta Valley Jail.
We understand that utilizing a bail bondsman is potentially an embarrassing situation and we will strive to make the process as painless as possible.
Utilizing our bail company, you will understand the bail bond process and get your friend or loved one out as quickly as possible. Please call our bondsmen locally at 818-348-8551. We have 24 hour bail bondsmen to help you with La Crescenta bail bonds as well as bail in other regions of California.
When one utilizes a bail bondsman, they will be required to fill out a small amount of paperwork. A bail bondsman can often receive a credit card by phone to expedite the process. You should be aware that each bondsman provides different types of services. Since all bondman charge the same; consumers should be shopping for quality service that meets their specific needs.
LASD La Crescenta Jail
Known as the North Valley Jail, the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's station is nestled within a beautiful residential area whereby an unsuspecting passerby would probably think they were driving by the town library. The Crescenta Valley Station (also known as the North Valley jail) is in the city of La Crescenta. This Sheriff station provides law enforcement services for the City of La Canada, Flintridge, La Crescenta, Montrose, Lake View Terrace and surrounding territories. The station is located on Briggs Ave. near the intersection of Foothill Blvd and Briggs Ave.
The vast majority of those needing a La Crescenta bail bondsman have been involved in "less serious" non-felony crimes such as traffic warrants, DUI's, domestic violence and drug possession. As a result, most are eligible for bail and can be "bailed out" after they have been "booked" and "processed". Usually, it takes about 2-4 hours for an inmate to be booked-in. The jail staff will go to a bail chart to set bail. The inmate can be released by posting the entire bail amount with the jail.
Or, the inmate can be released utilizing a bail bondsman who charges a fee (usually 10% of the bail amount which is mandated by California statute). Sometimes the inmate may choose to remain in jail and wait to see the Judge (usually 1-3 days) hoping that the judge will lower the bail.
AFTER BAIL IS POSTED
After the defendant is released, they will be required to attend court until their case is concluded.
Sometimes cases can continue for years, however, usually cases are finalized in just a few months.
We recommend to our bail bond clients that they are careful to attend all of their court appearance because forfeiture could significantly damage their standing with the judge.
La Crescenta Jail / Sheriff
4554 N. Briggs Ave.
La Crescenta, CA 91214
Sheriff's Help Desk 818-248-3464
24 Hour Bail Bond Help Line: 818-348-8551
We hope that our web-site has provided you with good information regarding the bail bond process. We are sympathetic to the duress that the majority of our clients feel during the bail process. We can help you with La Crescenta bail bonds. You can call locally at 818-348-8551 to speak with a bondsman specializing in the Cresenta Jail.
Last updated: 11/29/2014