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EXPERT LOS ANGELES FEDERAL BONDSMAN

When a person has been arrested and charged with a Los Angeles federal crime you will want to contact an expert federal bail bondsman as soon as possible.

Federal bonds and criminal bonds may seem similar at first glance but executing federal bail bonds requires specialized proficiency.

Only a handful of bail bonds companies can assist clients who have been charged with these types of crimes and you’ll want to find someone who can help you as quickly as possible.

If someone you know has been arrested and charged with a federal crime call our office now at 888-BAIL-BOND or 888-224-5266 for 24-hour federal bail bonds assistance.

Setting Bail

HOW FEDERAL BAIL IS DETERMINED

Criminal offenses are cross referenced with the county bail schedule in order to determine what bail will be set at.  Defendants charged with federal crimes, however will need to appear before a federal magistrate and it is up to the magistrate to decide whether they will grant or deny bail.   The magistrate may choose to release someone on recognizance,  grant bail with conditions such as random drug testing, grant bail without restrictions or deny bail altogether.

MDC Los Angeles

METRO DETENTION CENTER

Federal defendants in Los Angeles County will be taken to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles to be booked and processed.  This facility houses both male and female inmates and is part of the Central California Judicial District.  It is located off Highway 101 and is across the street from Union Station and houses designated, holdover and pretrial inmates

MDC Los Angeles Metropolitan Detention Center
535 N. Alameda Street Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone:  213-485-0439
24-Hour Federal Bail Bonds Assistance:  888-224-5266

If you need help bailing someone out of the MDC Los Angeles, we can help.  Call 888-BAIL-BOND now to speak with an expert federal bail bondsman.

MDC Los Angeles Visiting Regulations

VISITING MDC

  • Social visitation at the MDC Los Angeles is a privilege, not a right. Persons wishing to visit an inmate will need to produce a valid identification card, are not permitted to bring in food or outside beverages and must be dressed appropriately.  If you have further questions about visitation rules and regulations for social visits check with the MDC Los Angeles Visiting Regulations website.
  • Attorneys are permitted to meet with their clients between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday through Sunday.  Time limitations to not apply for legal visits.
  • Inmates who are not U.S. citizens may be visited by their respective Consulate.  Consulate visits are permitted between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday through Sunday.  Time limitations do not apply for consulate visits.
  • Inmates may also elect to be visited by a representative, clergy person, priest or spiritual advisor.  Pastoral visits may take place during regular visiting hours.
How Federal Bail Bonds Work

FEDERAL BAIL BOND PROCESS

Federal crimes are considered to be more serious than state crimes and oftentimes defendants will have their bail set higher than were they charged with a criminal offense.  Because these types of bonds are considered to be “higher risk”, the expert federal bail bondsman you work with will require collateral be posted in order to secure the bond.

If you need help getting your loved one out of federal jail, someone is available to assist you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, nights and holidays included.   We accept all major credit cards including American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover and can even assist you with your paperwork via phone, email and fax.  Payment plans are available for those who qualify and we can let you know if you’re eligible for zero-percent federal bail bonds financing in just a few minutes.

Call us now at 888-BAIL-BOND or 888-224-5266 now for immediate MDC Los Angeles bail service.

Last Updated:  11/26/2013