Glendora Jail Bail Bonds
Glendora is located in the San Gabriel Valley and is known throughout the area as “the pride of the foothills” thanks to it’s affluent residents and consistently high-ranking public school system. It’s bordered on the west by Azusa and on the east by San Dimas.
Do you know someone who’s been arrested and taken into custody in the City of Glendora, California? If so, we can definitely help you out. Our staff of licensed, professional bail bondsmen can quickly and easily answer any questions you may have and help you get the bail bond application started as soon as possible. Let us put our years of experience in the bail industry to work for you.
If you would like to speak immediately with a bail bondsman, please give us a call at 855-414-BAIL (2245). Our offices are open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week and we’re more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Glendora Police Station and Jail Information
While some of the cities in the San Gabriel Valley utilize the LAPD to service their law enforcement needs, the City of Glendora has its own police force and a very low crime rate. When someone is arrested in Glendora, they’ll be taken to the local police station to undergo booking and processing. That’s the procedure in which an arrestee’s photograph is taken, fingerprints are recorded and a national background check is conducted. Once this has been completed, bail will be set and it will be possible to be released via bail bond.
The Glendora Police station doesn’t have a very large jail, and what they do have isn’t designed to hold inmates for an extended period of time. Typically, if an inmate remains in custody longer than 48-72 hours, he or she will be transferred to one of the larger jails in downtown Los Angeles. Male inmates are transferred to Twin Towers while females are sent to the CRDF, otherwise known as the Lynwood Jail.
These downtown LA jails are very big, and incredibly busy. As such, being transferred will usually result in an additional stay of up to 24 hours in custody (and sometimes even longer) as the inmate goes through processing. However, if the bail bond process is begun quickly enough after the individual has been arrested, the transfer process can often be avoided altogether.
The Bail Bond Process
Being arrested can be scary, and finding out that a friend or loved one has been can be incredibly stressful. We make it our top priority to make the bail bond application process as stress-free and streamlined as possible so that everyone involved can achieve some peace of mind.
The process begins by giving us a call and providing some information on the inmate so that we can locate him or her within the system and verify their eligibility for bail. The information is pretty general and it can be beneficial to have it ready beforehand. What we will need is the inmate’s full name, birth date and date and time of arrest. If not all of this information is available to you, call anyway as we can still help you out.
Once we have located the inmate and verified their eligibility for bail, we will have you fill out the bail bond application forms and indemnitor’s agreement. Once everything is filled out and signed, we will dispatch one of our agents to the jail and your friend or loved one will be released shortly thereafter.
If you are unable to meet directly with us, or would prefer to remain where you are during the bail bond process, that’s just fine! We can complete the entire thing via phone, fax or email.
What is an Indemnitor?
The indemnitor is the signer of the bail bond. When you bail someone out of jail, the court wants to ensure that the individual has incentive to show up for their court dates. As such, if the defendant shows up, nobody is responsible for paying anything (other than the initial cost of a bail bond, of course). If they do not show up, however, it is the signer of the bail bond that will be responsible for paying the entire amount of bail to the court. So, it’s usually wise to only bail out those whom 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.
If you would like additional information regarding Glendora Jail bail bonds, please feel free to call us at any time. We’re here 7-days a week, 365-days a year to help you out. We can be reached immediately at 855-414-BAIL (2245).