Castro states that; "Being able to post bail for someone, even in the middle of the night is detrimental to our legal system and our rights as Californians." You can find out more about your legal rights to bail in Los Angeles by visiting http://www.bailinlosangeles.com
Castro goes on to say; "Not only does private bail in Los Angeles save the taxpayers money by reducing the number of people in jail (many for non-violent crimes), but also alleviates an already bulging legal cost for the courts. There are many states which do not have a private bail system any longer and the tax payer is left to pay for housing, food and if a defendant runs off, the taxpayer will then have to pay for possible police or deputy overtime to go catch that person. Not to mention the expense of transport if the person runs off to another state. As a bondsman we can travel to any state in America and bring back a fugitive from justice, with no cost to the taxpayers whatsoever."
With the new offices in downtown Los Angeles, this puts the bail bonds company even closer to the LA County Jail and Mens Central Jail thus allowing an even faster response to get a friend or loved one removed from custody.
Los Angeles Bail Bonds is also able to provide transportation services to those people who are unable to drive or may be too shaken or upset to drive. a Los Angeles bail bondsman will meet a client anywhere they need in order to get the paperwork started.
Los Angeles Bail Bonds can even do bail by phone and bail by text and has great feedback for this service. It certainly expedites the bail bond process to effect the release of someone in a California jail.
If you or a family member are in need of a bail bond in Los Angeles, find out more about Los Angeles Bail Bonds at: http://www.bailinlosangeles.com/