Bail Bonds for Domestic Violence

Domestic Disputes Happen in Every Family

You’re likely visiting this webpage because you need a bail bond related to domestic violence or other family situation in California.

I’m sorry that you are in this position.

Domestic disputes, and especially spousal disputes, happen in every family.

When does a dispute or an argument become “Domestic Violence”? We all know that line is not always well-defined.

As a bail agent, I understand that sometimes situations are explainable or weren’t what they appeared to be. I’m here to help. You can call me 24/7 at 1-877-861-3761.

DV Charges in California

In California, including Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Diego and Ventura, we are all hyper-aware of Domestic Violence charges.

One of the consequences of the now long-over high-profile OJ Simpson case is stricter enforcement and increased arrests on Domestic Violence charges.

Domestic violence cases in California are more aggressively pursued today than ever before. Police departments and officers are there for our protection and they would rather remove someone from a situation than to return later to a devastating scene.

Unfortunately for some, this means being arrested and charged with domestic violence. It causes families pain and embarrassment and costs money for bail, potentially for an attorney and possibly for a fine and/or treatment counseling.

There was a time in the past when the police wouldn’t arrest someone during a domestic dispute unless they saw obvious evidence of serious abuse.

Now, police are required to arrest an individual during domestic violence call if one or the other has any visible injury. The police will take statements and then decide who the victim is and who the “domestic abuser” is.

Sometimes, even though there has been an arrest, formal charges may not be brought. Often, I hear that the “victim” really did not want to have their partner arrested, but that is not a choice in such cases.

Domestic Violence Bail Amounts

The bail amount for domestic violence is set within each jurisdiction. For specific information, please call my office or visit:

Paying for a Bail Bond

Generally, the bail bond fee is paid before the defendant can be bailed out of jail. Most families pay for a bail bond using credit cards such as, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card. I also accept cash.

I understand the cost of the bond is not something for which you have planned. Payment arrangements may be discussed, but you have to qualify. This is based on various criteria such as your credit, home ownership, and your ability to make payments. Additionally, I prefer to have some of the money in advance.

Bail Bond Information

On this page you will find some basic bail bond information. If you are considering bailing someone out of jail on domestic violence charges, you may find the following pages helpful:


Please call to receive more details about a situation and speak to a licensed agent directly at 1-877-861-3761.


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Updated: 07/25/2014