Bail Bondsman for Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes
For the most part, the “South Bay” area has an extremely low crime rate in comparison with the rest of California. While much of South Bay is fairly affluent, it still has its share of crime and even the nicest people find themselves in trouble from time to time.
If you are in need of bail bondsman, please give Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds a call at 310-275-6465.
While we handle bail bonds for all charges, the typical crimes we see in the South Bay is misdemeanors such as DUI’s (Driving Under the Influence), Domestic Violence and Drug possession. Whatever the charges, we can help.
Our bail bond company has been helping South Bay residents for over 40 years. We are A+ rated members of the Better Business Bureau. We know that the communities of Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes and Torrance have special needs. We’re here to help.
CHOOSING A BAIL BOND COMPANY
When you choose a bail company we suggest you, at least, look at the following:
- Is the company local? Many bail bond companies are national and may not have local agents.
- Is the company properly licensed by the California Department of Insurance?
- Did a bail agent “cold call” you? Any bail company that “cold calls” you is acting illegally. Do you want to sign a contract with a company that is breaking the law?
Obviously, we hope that you choose our company. Our family has been in business for over 40 year. We have the highest rating with the Better Business Bureau. We understand the special issues for the South Bay area. Please call us 24 hours to speak with one of our local bail agents at 310-275-6465.
SOUTH BAY JAIL LOCATIONS & INFORMATION
Typically when somebody is arrested in the South Bay region, they are usually brought to one of the jails listed below. Keep in mind that Men’s Central Jail and Lynwood women's jail are the main County jails for Los Angeles County. We also offer Men's Central bail bonds and Lynwood bail bonds.
Century Regional Detention Facility
Lynwood County Jail
11705 Alameda St.
Lynwood, CA - 90262
Phone: 323 568-4500
In early 2006, Lynwood County jail was re-opened to become the primarily female jail facility in Los Angeles County. Females arrested in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes, Torrance and other parts of Los Angeles County will likely be eventually transferred to the Lynwood facility.
Men's Central Jail
Twin Towers County Jail
441 & 450 Bauchet St
Los Angeles , CA – 90012
Phone: (213) 473-6100
This is the primary jail facility for men in Los Angeles County. This facility currently houses about 18,500 male inmates. This detention facility is the main pick up an transfer station for prisoners being transferred between courts, state prisons, INS and other destinations. Bail bonds can be posted at this facility 24 hours a day.
3300 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, CA - 90503
Phone: 310 618-5631
The largest jail facility located in South Bay. One of the largest police departments in Los Angeles.
Redondo Beach Jail
401 Diamond St.
Redondo Beach , CA - 90277
Phone: 310 318-0616
This is a smaller jail primarily serving the Redondo Beach area.
Manhattan Beach Jail
420 15th Street
Manhattan Beach, CA – 90266
Phone: 310 802-5189
This small jail serves the community of Manhattan Beach.
Usually, a defendant’s legal troubles don’t end when they are released from jail. This is just the beginning. Each situation is unique and your decision whether to use an attorney is an important one. The issues for Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes and Torrance are different than other courts throughout California. Navigating through the legal process can be overwhelming. We offer extensive bail and legal resources online. We might also suggest the Los Angeles County Bar Association to obtain a general idea about how the Los Angeles County legal system operates.
GOING TO COURT
Each case is unique; however, we find that the large majority of our clients arrested in the South Bay area will eventually go to court at the Torrance Courthouse. This court will handle a wide variety of issues including arraignments for felony charges, preliminary hearings to determine if there is sufficient evidence and felony sentences not involving capitol punishment. You will want to ask your bail bondsman specifically which of the Los Angeles County Courthouses you are required to attend.
Torrance Courthouse aka South Bay Court
825 Maple Avenue
Torrance, California 90503-5058
Criminal Information (310) 222-6506
Public Defender (310) 543-4300
District Attorney (310) 222-3552
SENTENCED TO TIME
Hopefully, you don’t get sentenced to jail time. However, if the judge decides to put you in jail, you might consider the Pay-to-Stay program that is available at the Torrance Jail if you qualify. The cost is $171 per day. The advantage is that you will have minimal contact with the regular inmates. You will likely need to do chores such as emptying the trash, cleaning and similar duties. This may be a better alternative for those that may be concerned about safety and privacy.
Last updated: 11/30/2013