Van Nuys DUI arrest

Arrested For DUI/DWI in Van Nuys, CA

Have you or a loved one recently been incarcerated and sent to the local Van Nuys Police Department for booking? The Van Nuys Bail Bonds agents from PG-13 Bail Bonds can help.

How To Locate & Speak To The Person In Custody

After calling our office, we will contact a local sheriff or booking deputy inside of the jail and request for bail information. It typically takes anywhere from 2-3 hours after an arrest for an inmate to appear online through the jail’s official website.

Once we have received the information that is needed, we are able to provide you with the full bail bonds amount, court date, court location and the exact vehicle code and penal codes the defendant was arrested for.

You can visit our Van Nuys Inmate Search service to begin your search. Our agents can request a professional visit to speak to your loved one and if needed, we can give them your contact information from in jail.

Can You Bail Out Of Jail After A DUI Arrest In Van Nuys?

There are instances when the jail will require the defendant to sit in custody until they have completely sobered up, then depending on priors, a cite and release is possible. If the jail does not release the DUI defendant, you will be required to post a bail bond. Contact Us today so we can get all of the paperwork prepared for you.

While we never condone drunk driving, we do understand that people make mistakes and need a second chance.

 

How Much Will I Have To Pay For A DUI Arrest In Van Nuys?

This question is asked very often from our clients and the answer tends to fluctuate in prices. Depending on the city of arrest throughout Los Angeles, prices may increase or decrease. This is up to the court house in which you must appear.

Los Angeles is known as one of the most strict DUI convictions in California and the fines can reach towards $3,000 – $4,000 for first time offenders.

These fines can also include drinking and driving education classes that you must be enrolled in for 3 months as a first time offender.

Should I Hire A DUI/DWI Lawyer?

If you believe that you were wrongfully arrested by a police officer or highway patrol, you have every right to contact a DUI attorney in your area and request for a consultation. There have been occasions where our clients have successfully beat their cases and had them dismissed in court due to illegal arrests or false arrests. Don’t take our word for it, contact a professional legal specialist for further assistance.

DUI Resources & Links

Here is a list of useful links after a recent DUI/DWI arrest. Remember, they do charge you for their services.

About PG-13 Bail Bonds – DUI Bail Bonds

Arrested for driving under the influence or has your loved one been picked up for a DUI/DWI? The professional agents at PG-13 can help you locate any defendant in Van Nuys, Ca and provide you with unparalleled services around.

Van Nuys Jail

Are you in search of an inmate that has been arrested in the Van Nuys County Jail? The staff at PG-13 Bail Bonds can assist you today by locating your loved one and providing you with the booking information provided by an official of the local jail. Don’t let your family member or friend sit another minute in jail, use our highly rated and experienced services get them out now.

 

Jail Address

6240 Sylmar Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91401

Click here for directions

About The Van Nuys Sheriff’s Department

The local Van Nuys PD services throughout the Sherman Oaks and Van Nuys area including Shadow Hills. The Sheriff’s of this Los Angeles city are in charge of over 325,000 people. This LA police department is split into two divisions, the East building and the West building. Please verify that all information you have received is from the correct facility.Visit their Official Website for further information.

 

How PG-13 Bail Bonds Can Help You

Our staff of Van Nuys Bail Bonds agents can help guide you through the bonding process to get your loved one out of jail FAST and at the best prices around. We can also help you find your loved one that has recently been arrested by using our Van Nuys Inmate Search service that is 100% free of charge.

 

How Do I Talk To An Inmate At The Van Nuys PD?

Unfortunately, you cannot call the jail and request for a free phone call with the person that has recently been detained in their holdings. What you can do is provide us with the defendants’ full name and date of birth and we will obtain the info you need today.

Or request for one of our agents to visit the defendant being detained at the county jail.

How To Bail Someone Out Of Jail in Van Nuys, CA

No one plans for an arrest. Most don’t understand how the arrest process works or have the slightest clue as to what should be done after someone has been detained.

In this article we will show you how to bail someone out of jail using a Van Nuys Bail Bonds company.

Important questions you should ask yourself would be:

Who is cosigning?

How much money can we afford for bail?

Will the defendant make it to court?

 

Contact A Local Bondsman

Your first step should be to contact a bail bondsman for the correct information on your loved one that is in custody. By doing this, you will now have the defendant charges, court date, court location and the bond amount set for the inmates’ release. At PG-13 Bail Bonds we offer a free Van Nuys Inmate Search service so you can find anyone that has been arrested and sent to the local county jail. We aren’t limited to just Van Nuys, we can find anyone, anywhere!

 

Find A Cosigner

Ask a company, we do require a cosigner in order to proceed for several reasons, but remember, every case is different so we might be able to bend the rules from time to time.

By having a cosigner, we are now promised by another individual that they will guarantee the appearance of our client for any and all upcoming court dates.

Secondly, this cosigner will ensure that all payments will be made in a timely manner. You can read more on the responsibilities of a cosigner by clicking here >>> Responsibilities of a cosigner for bail bonds <<<

 

Put Together A Financial Budget

Having a clear idea as to what you can afford is going to make everything that much easier. If you can only put down 500, let your bondsman know. If you plan on paying the full amount, ask about rebate options. Payment plans can be requested and approved if you meet the requirements.

Our company offers various options and packages to get your loved one out of jail, contact us today to get started.

Come Into Our Office To Sign All Legal Documents

Once you are prepared to come into our office, we will have all necessary bail bonds documents ready for you to sign. Contracts will be filled with information pertaining to the defendant’s appearance in court, responsibilities of cosigning, bond liability agreements and financial agreements.

 

For bail bonds information you can visit our homepage or contact us by dialing (818)373-4444

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What Is A 1275 Hold?

What Is A 1275 Hold?

California Penal Code Section 1275.1

PC 1275.1 states that if there is probable cause to suspect that the money or property used to post bail may come from criminal activity, bail will not be accepted. This is commonly known as a 1275 hold. The hold can be placed by the arresting officer, a prosecutor, or a judge.

The arresting officer is usually the one who places a 1275 hold. It is standard practice to place a 1275 hold when arresting suspects who have been accused of certain crimes involving illicitly obtained money, such as

The person who places the hold must have probable cause to suspect that any money used for bail might come from criminal activity. After the hold has been placed, the burden of proof shifts to the accused, or whoever wishes to post bail. The person who intends to post bail must prove that the money/property used to post bail comes from a legitimately obtained source.

The 1275 Hearing (PC 1275)

The 1275 hearing may occur at the first court appearance or at a special hearing to determine the 1275 issue. You have the right to a closed 1275 hearing to avoid disclosing information about your finances in open court.

You will be asked to bring financial records to the hearing that can show how you obtained the money you are using to post bail or pay a bondsman. The records you’ll be required to show may include:

  • Credit card statements;
  • Rent/Mortgage payment documentation;
  • Bank Statements;
  • Car Payments;
  • Tax Returns;
  • Proof of income.

People who may appear with you in court include your attorney, bail bondsman, and anybody who can verify the source of income you are going to use to post bail.

If the judge ascertains that the money or security used to post bail comes from a legitimate source, the hold will be removed and your bail will be accepted.

It is critical to have an attorney represent you at this hearing who has experience in the court that has jurisdiction over your case, knows a bail bondsman, knows the prosecutors and judges, and is familiar with how that particular court works.

Contact a 1275 Hold Bail Bonds agency today by calling PG-13 Bail Bonds at (818)373-4444

 

About Us

Address: 6315 Van Nuys Blvd #200, Van Nuys, CA 91401 – Click Here For Directions

Phone Number: (818)373-4444

Find Us On Google Maps – Click Here For Our Google Business Listing

Our agents are available 24 hours a day for your convenience.

 

Additional Resources

Van Nuys Inmate Locator
Van Nuys Bail Bonds

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3 Ways To Post Bail

Has a friend or loved one recently been arrested and given a bail bond amount for their release?

Here are 3 ways you can post a bond in order to get your friend or family member out of jail today.

Call the agents from PG-13 Bail Bonds for immediate bail and inmate information.

1. Cash Bail

(California Penal Code Section 1269) – In order for you to be able to post bail with cash, you have to either have the proper amount of cash on hand or post a cashier’s check for that amount at the jail. Bail amounts usually range from $10,000 to $100,000, making this method very difficult to achieve in most cases.

If you attend all court appearances, your cash bail amount will be returned. However, it often takes up to 12 weeks to receive the cash bail back from the county after the conclusion of the case. If you have posted cash bail and you fail to appear, your cash bail will be forfeited to the state.

2. Bail Bond

(California Penal Code Section 1276) – A bail bond is a contract between the accused and a bail bond agent. Under this contract, you promise to appear in court when ordered and the agent promises to post bail for you. You have to pay the agent a non-refundable premium, which is typically 10% of the bail amount. However, if you retain an attorney before you post bail, the 10% premium will be reduced to 8%.

In order for the bail bond agency to post bail on your behalf, an agent will typically require some sort of collateral. This can be a house, car, or anything of value you own. If you fail to appear in court, this collateral will be used to cover the forfeiture of the bail amount.

3. Property Bond

(California Penal Code Section 1276.5) – A property bond is when you post your equity interest in real property to ensure your appearance in court. The value of the equity must be at least twice the bail amount. For instance, if bail has been set at $100,000, the court must be satisfied that the equity value of the property that is to be posted as bail is at least $200,000. In order to obtain a property bond, the property must have been recently appraised, any liens disclosed, and the property equity be professionally estimated.

The court will accept the property bond and you will be released from custody if there is enough equity in the property. If you fail to appear in court, the county will place a lien on the property and foreclose on it to recover the amount of bail.

 

About Us

Address: 6315 Van Nuys Blvd #200, Van Nuys, CA 91401 – Click Here For Directions

Phone Number: (818)373-4444

Find Us On Google Maps – Click Here For Our Google Business Listing

Our agents are available 24 hours a day for your convenience.

 

Additional Resources

Van Nuys Bail Bonds

Van Nuys Inmate Search