Pacoima Bail Bonds
At Pacoima Bail Bonds, we know that having a friend or family member arrested is a traumatic experience for anyone. At a time like this, what you really need is a concerned professional who can help you navigate the judicial system. and get your loved one back to your side ASAP.
Pacoima Bail Bonds understands that families can find themselves in situations that are trying, embarrassing and sometimes expensive. You never thought you would be looking for a bail bonds company and we are sorry that you are in this situation. However, we can offer help.
Pacoima Bail Bonds is a full service bail bond agency. We post bail bonds in the local community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Here’s what we’ll need in order to assist you:
- The full name of the person in jail and where they were arrested. With this information we will be able inform you of the charges and bail amount.
- Next, we will need you to complete a bail bond application.
- Once the application is complete and payment is made an agent will “post” the bond.
- Shortly afterwards your friend or relative will be free on bond. They will need to show up for any subsequent court dates.
Why Should You Choose Pacoima Bail Bonds?
Clients repeatedly tell us about our unsurpassed professionalism which is not expected from a bail bond company. This extra customer service helps the defendant and family endure an already challenging situation. All of our agents are licensed, expertly trained and highly professional. We make every effort to accommodate each client according to their specific need. Without a doubt, we are convinced that we extend and exhibit the highest level of customer service, professionalism and expertise.
We understand what you are going through right now and we are glad you have found us! We are much different than your run-of-the-mill bonding agency. Our clients will always have a pleasant experience and no matter how difficult things may seem to you right now, you’ll get through this. Our job is to help you by doing as much as we can to make this whole process as easy and convenient as possible for you.
Don’t even worry about not having collateral or enough money right now. The vast majority of our bonds are approved without collateral and we can even help you if you don’t have all the money right now. So, take the next step and give us a call and we will take it from there.
Pacoima Bail Bonds has always been distinguished and well renowned in California. Since our inception, we have grown to be the largest and most trusted bail bonds company in the state of California. We offer an expedient and rapid release of your loved ones.
We know time is of the essence and for that reason, we offer 24-hour around the clock service to meet your needs and if necessary, we can come to you. No matter the time, you will be served by an experienced licensed bail agent along with an expertly trained office staff and forfeiture team that’s a cut above the rest. No bail is ever too big or too small for us to handle.
We pride ourselves on providing more than just bail bonds, we educate and assist our clientele with the entire legal process from assistance with bail review hearings to legal services from our many alliances with prominent attorneys in the state of California and local communities.
Our experience, knowledge and resources consistently deliver unparalleled results for our satisfied clients.
In 1955 Ed Meagher of the Los Angeles Times said that the “hard-working” low income families of Pacoima were not “indignents or transients”, but they “belong to the community and have a stake in it.” In 1955 P.M. Gomez, the owner of a grocery store in Pacoima, said in a Los Angeles Times article that most of the homeowners in Pacoima were not interested in moving to the San Fernando Gardens complex that was then under development, since most of the residents wanted to remain homeowners.
A 1966 city planning report criticized Pacoima for lacking civic pride, and that the community had no “vital community image, with no apparent nucleus or focal point.”
In 1994 Timothy Williams of Los Angeles Times said that the fact that Pacoima was “free of the overt blight found in other low-income neighborhoods is no accident.” Cecila Costas, who was the principal of Maclay Middle School during that year, said that Pacoima was “a very poor community, but there’s a tremendous amount of pride here.
You can be poor, but that doesn’t mean you have to grovel or look like you are poor.” Williams said that the African-American and Hispanic populations of Pacoima did not always have cordial relations.
He added that by 1994 “the mood has shifted from conflict to conciliation as the town has become increasingly Latino.