CULVER CITY BAIL BONDS SERVICE
If a family member or friend has been arrested by the Culver City Police Department, we're here to help.
Call us at (888) 224-5266 for answers to your urgent questions about Culver City bail bonds. We are available any time; day or night 365 days a year, even on holidays.
WHAT IS A BAIL BOND?
A bail bond is a written contract which releases a defendant from jail and guarantees that he or she will appear in court on a specified date.
It's fast and easy to handle the bail bond paperwork with us via Fax or e-mail. And, you can do it all from the comfort of your own home.
At no charge to you, we can also arrange to have a 24-hour licensed agent come to your home or location.
We understand the special needs of people detained in Los Angeles County jails and can help you understand the bail bond process.
Because timing and bail bond procedures can vary so widely in Los Angeles County, the bail bond paperwork should be started promptly to allow for release from the Culver City jail as soon as possible.
COST OF A BAIL BOND
Our fees for a bail bond are always discussed with you in advance. You won't have to worry about surprise fees or gimmicks.
Culver City bail bonds will cost a fee of 10% which is mandated by California law. This is a non-refundable percentage of the total amount of the bail. For example, should the bail amount be $35,000, your portion will cost $3,500.
We offer several bail bond payment options. We also accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
We have found that most of our clients like the convenience of using a credit card, which can be the fastest way of obtaining a bail bond.
When necessary, we also offer flexible payment arrangements to make posting bail easy. We'll take the time to look at all of your options to help you decide what works best.
CULVER CITY JAIL
The Culver City Jail is a smaller jail facility which only houses a small number of inmates and is serviced by the Culver City Police Department.
This facility may only hold inmates on a temporary basis.
If they are not bailed out or released quickly from the Culver City Jail, it's possible they may be transferred to the Downtown Los Angeles facility of the Men's Central Jail (Twin Towers) or, if a woman, she will be transferred to the Century Station Lynwood Jail.
After the bail bond is processed at the Culver City Jail, the detainee will usually be released within a few short hours since it's one of the smaller jails.
Culver City Jail
Culver City Police Department
4040 Duquesne Ave
Culver City, CA 90232