Do you know someone who has been arrested and taken into custody in Panorama City? If so, and you have questions regarding Panorama City bail bonds, then you’ve come to the right place. A licensed, professional bail bondsman on our staff is available at a moment’s notice to take your call and provide you with fast, thorough answers to all of your questions.
Panorama City is a neighborhood in Los Angeles that is located within the San Fernando Valley. It’s the city’s first planned community to be built during the housing boom after WWII.
If you would like to speak with a bail bondsman right away, give us a call locally at 818-425-3325 or toll-free at 855-414-BAIL (2245). Our offices are open 24-hours a day and someone is always here to help.
Mission Community Police Station and Jail Info
LAPD Officers working out of the Mission Community Police Station patrol the areas in and around Panorama City. When someone is arrested, they are brought to the station where they will undergo booking and processing. Inmates will typically remain at the Mission Community Station for up to 72-hours before being transferred to either Twin Towers (for male inmates) or the Lynwood Jail (in the case of female inmates). If the on-site jail at the Mission Community Police Station becomes overcrowded, it’s possible that inmate transfers will occur before 72-hours are up.
Once an inmate has been transferred, they will undergo another round of processing at a much larger, much busier jail. The process will likely take up to 24-hours to complete – during which time the inmate will be unable to be bailed out. Beginning the bail process while the inmate is still located at the Mission Community Police Station, though, can often avoid the transfer process altogether.
Why Bail Someone Out of Jail?
When you bail someone out of jail, you’re doing more for them than simply getting them out of police custody. Individuals who are out on bail will be able to continue to attend work, school, and tend to family obligations that they would otherwise be unable to while incarcerated. Additionally, they can search for, and obtain, legal counsel as they await their court date.
How to Bail Someone Out
People are bailed out every day, we’ve helped clients all over Southern California and have the process down to a science. It all begins by giving us a call and providing us with the full name, birth date, and the date and time of their arrest. We will use the info you provide to locate them within the jail system and verify their eligibility for bail. Then, we have you fill out the short, simple bail bond application forms and sign the indemnitor’s agreement. Last, we provide you with a receipt and dispatch someone to the jail. Your friend or loved one will then be released a short time later.
If you’re not in the area, or are otherwise unable to meet with us directly, we can easily handle the entire bail bond process via phone, fax or email. Whatever works best for you will always work best for us.
What is an Indemnitor?
An indemnitor is the person who signs the bail bond. When someone is bailed out of jail, they still have to show up for court at the appointed date and time. When they do, and the court proceedings are complete, the bond will be exonerated. If they do not, then a warrant will be issued for their arrest and the indemnitor will be responsible for paying the full amount of bail to the court. The full amount of bail can be considerable, so it is always best to only bail out those who you know and trust.
The Cost of a Bail Bond
We will meet and beat any locally advertised price! We add no additional charges or fees when you work with us, nor do we charge interest if you choose to finance your bail bond. Our goal is to help you get your friend or loved one out of jail as fast as possible, not to put financial stress on families. For clients who are interested in financing the cost of a bail bond, we have several flexible payment plans that are designed to fit a variety of budgets. Regardless of how you choose to pay, we never include any additional fees, charges or interest.
Most of our clients choose to pay via major credit/debit card, of which we accept Visa, American Express, Master Card and Discover as well as cash, checks, money orders, bank account transfer and money wire.