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Long Beach Bail Bonds – Let us reduce your stress with our professional and fully licensed bail bondsmen

Long Beach Bail Bonds

We understand how this can be a stressful and confusing situation. Let us reduce your stress with our professional and fully licensed bail bondsmen. At Long Beach Bail Bonds, we walk you through the bail bond process. Allow us to answer all your bail bond questions. We can typically complete all the paperwork and have your bail bond processed within 30 minutes. Our bail bondsmen have many years of experience, getting clients released from jails here in the Southern California. We can help!

Our goal is to have bail posted and our clients released from custody as quickly as possible. All while providing the most professional and friendly service; we strive for 120% satisfaction.

The bail bond agents at Long Beach Bail Bonds have been serving Los Angeles Counties for 20+ years...

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We pride ourselves on being the experts in the field that you can rely on. When you or your loved one needs bail bonding services in Long Beach and throughout Southern California, we are only a call away. At one point or another everyone has to deal with circumstances involving the law. Ending up in jail, for some people, is the untimely and inconvenient consequence of the law.

If you or anyone you love is faced with this type of situation, your best choice is to call Long Beach Bail Bonds in Los Angeles County. We will work to get those you care about out of jail quickly. Our track record for honesty and integrity along with our resourcefulness helps us secure any bond or bail you need.

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Scramble to fill leadership void in Sheriff’s Department, as inspector general moves in

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Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, 71, announces his retirement, effective at the end of the month, during a press conference at the Sherman Block Sheriff’s Headquarters Building in Monterey Park, Calif. Jan. 7, 2013. (Staff photo by Leo Jarzomb/San Gabriel Valley Tribune)

By Christina Villacorte, Los Angeles Daily News

With Sheriff Lee Baca abruptly retiring at the end of January, and a duly elected successor not taking over until December, county leaders have begun moving to fill the void, even as a newly appointed official is setting up his office to oversee the department.

The Commission on Jail Violence had urged the Board of Supervisors to create Inspector General Max Huntsman’s position to strengthen oversight of the Sheriff’s Department. His first day was Jan. 2.

Huntsman i...