Twin Towers jail in Los Angeles is one of the largest and busiest jails in the world. All through the day and night, myriad inmates travel to and from court and are processed in and out. With so much going on, it can be confusing for people trying to bail their friend or loved one out of jail, and even more difficult to do on their own. If you’re wondering how to bail someone out of Twin Towers Jail in Los Angeles, then read on.

If a friend or loved one is located at Twin Towers jail, the assistance of a friendly, knowledgeable bail bondsman is invaluable. Once you give us a call, we can quickly locate the inmate within the jail system and verify that they’re eligible for bail. We’ll have you fill out our bail bond application forms and sign the indemnitor’s agreement, and that’s it! We send an agent to the jail to post the bond and your friend or loved one will be released a short time later.

As mentioned above, Twin Towers is a busy jail; inmates are transferred there from other police stations all over Los Angeles County. When they’re transferred from another jail, inmates need to be processed in at Twin Towers before they can be bailed out. As such, if your friend or loved one has not yet been processed in when you try to bail them out, we will need to wait until that procedure is complete before we can post the bond. However, we can still complete the other steps of the bail bond process while we wait.

Processing an inmate in at Twin Towers can take anywhere from 12 to 24 hours to complete. If the bail bond application process has been completed during that time, we can post the bond immediately. Once the bond is posted, the inmate will need to be processed out – which, again, will take several hours at such a busy jail.