When you’re in need of Huntington Park bail bonds, we’re available 24 hours a day to answer all of your questions. Even if you don't quite understand how the bail bonds process works, let a thorough and professional bondsman will take the time to explain the details to you.
When you contact us, we’ll begin by asking just a few quick questions to start the process. We generally will need to know the arrestees’ complete name, the jail they are in custody and when they were arrested. If you don't know all of this information, we can still help.
Once the bond has been approved, there is basic bail bond paperwork to sign. We can do this via fax or email or a bondsman can meet with you directly at the jail, or at your home or office. The choice is yours.
Call anytime, 24 hours a day for immediate bail, booking or charge information in Huntington Park at toll-free 888-224-5266.
HUNTINGTON PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT & JAIL
The Huntington Park Police Department is dedicated to service. They are the leading law enforcement agency within Southeast Los Angeles County, providing quality law enforcement with community pride, cultural respect and first rate delivery of services.
When someone has been arrested and taken into custody in Huntington Park, they will likely be transported to the Huntington Park Police Department station jail. While there, they will be booked and processed which can include, taking their photograph, (also referred to as a mug shot), fingerprints and a conducting a background check of their records.
Once the bond is posted, release from this jail can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours or longer, depending upon various factors regarding the defendant, and how busy the jail facility is.
If they are not bailed out quickly, once they are finished being processed at the Huntington Park station they will either be transported to Twin Towers in Los Angeles if they are male or the Lynwood Jail if they are female. Release from these County facilities can take significantly longer as these are some of the largest jails in the world. We recommend bailing someone out while they are at the smaller jail facilities for a much faster, easier process.
Inmates booked into any Los Angeles County jail are eligible for release on bail or bond, unless otherwise specified by a warrant, court order or bail schedule and bail may be posted 24 hours a day.
A bail bond in Los Angeles County, including Huntington Park, generally costs 10% of the total bail amount. Bail amounts are set according to the charges in each individual county. Bail is regulated by the California Department of Insurance.
As an example, if the bail amount is set at $25,000 it will cost the non-refundable fee of $2,500 to bail the defendant out jail. Please be aware that the 10% premium you pay is non-refundable, even if the defendant is found innocent or no charges are pressed.
Generally, bail is paid in advance of the defendant's release from jail. We accept all major credit cards. Our company offers clients convenient and flexible financing bond for those who qualify. Further, we can often process a bail bond without the use of collateral.
When you sign a bail bond contract, you assume the responsibility of making sure the defendant returns to court as required. It's important that you understand your responsibilities as an "indemnitor" prior to signing for a bond.
You should always contact a professional bondsman for instructions or additional information about signing a bail contract.
Let us be your choice for Huntington Park bail bonds. We can be a reliable resource of information when it comes to finding out how bail bonds work.
A caring and professional bondsman can advise you on how to take the quickest action for the release of your loved, family member one or friend. We’re open 7 days per week, 24 hours per day to serve you.
For additional information in Huntington Park, can call to speak with a licensed bail bondsman 24 hours a day. Our nationwide number is 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).
Huntington Police Department
6542 Miles Avenue
Huntington Park, CA 90255
(non-emergency): (323) 584-6254
Last updated: 11/29/2014