You should always call on experts when you need a bondsman for Hawthorne bail bonds.
We offer professional, concise information for those who have been arrested and booked by the Hawthorne Police Department jail.
Our company has been working in the bail industry in Los Angeles County for over 40 years. We have the expertise to deal with any bail situation quickly, allowing for the fastest release possible.
Best yet, we can handle all of the necessary paperwork easily by fax, email or even e-sing.
Additionally, our company always offers clients face-to-face service, where a licensed bondsman can meet with you at the location of your choice. We can even meet directly at the jail to assist you through the process.
Please call for immediate information about Hawthorne bail bonds. Locally at 310-275-6465 or toll-free, nation-wide at 888-224-5266.
HAWTHORNE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION
The mission of the Hawthorne Police Department is to provide a safe and secure community for its citizens while at the same time promoting a high degree of professionalism and respect for human dignity.
When someone is arrested in Hawthorne, they will be transported to the Hawthorne jail. It can take 3 to 4 hours for an accused offender to get booked into this jail. Hawthorne Jail is located on South Hawthorne Boulevard in the city of Hawthorne.
If the jail reaches full capacity, or they are not bailed out quickly, inmates may be transferred to The Los Angeles County Jail, AKA, (Twin Towers), the Van Nuys Jail, or the LAX Airport Courthouse if a friend or family member is unable to post bail to get the inmate out.
The Hawthorne Jail is small and quickly processes release of inmates when bail is posted, often in about 15 minutes time. If the inmate is transferred to The Los Angeles County Jail before bail is posted, you should expect the process to take up to 24 hours to release an inmate out of jail who has had bail posted.
Therefore, if you need bail at the Hawthorne jail, we recommend you call an expert bondsman as soon as possible.
There are a couple ways for inmates to get out of Hawthorne Jail once they are booked. The most common way is for a bail bond to be posted for release of the inmate. If you post bail for an inmate's release, you are guaranteeing they will appear in court when scheduled.
The Hawthorne Jail accepts cash and bail bonds as payment. For cash bail, if the inmate appears at all scheduled court appearances, you will receive a full refund (minus any administrative fees) two-to-three months following the case resolution.
Cases may take a few short weeks or may go on for years. If the defendant fails to appear for any court appearance, the cash will be forfeited to the court.
You can also enlist the services of a bail bondsman. Whenever you hire a bail company, take time to ensure that they are licensed and have appropriate identification before making payment of the agent's fee. Bail bondsmen typically receive 10% of the total bail amount of the inmate as their fee.
For example, if the bail is set at $10,000, you would pay $1,000 to bail them out using a bail bondsman. You could opt to bring the entire $10,000 to the jail instead. You should request itemized receipts and copies of all contracts or agreements signed.
EXPERT HAWTHORNE BONDSMAN
We always offer our clients support and expertise when they need it most. Please take a moment to review our site for comprehensive information on the bail process and the most frequently asked questions about bail bonds.
Or, you can speak with an expert bondsman for Hawthorne immediately with a call to our office.
We're known in the business as top-notch professionals and have many client testimonials from the fast and efficient service we've provided over these many years.
We offer flexible options to pay for the bond including all major credit cards and cash. Speak with a bondsman about setting up a flexible payment plan if needed. We'll let you know if you qualify within minutes.
We're open 24 hours a day for convenient bail information in Hawthorne. Call 310-275-6465 or toll free at 888-224-5266.
Hawthorne Police Department & Jail
12501 S. Hawthorne Blvd.
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Last updated: 11/29/2014