Whittier Bail Bonds (562) 864-7779
Whittier Bail Bondsman Service
offer personalized, caring bail bonds in Whittier for
families in need of bondsman services. We understand this is a personal,
potentially embarrassing, situation. We handle all bail bonds
confidentiality and We realize that each situation is unique. Each
client will be treated with respect. Patel Bail Bonds is here to
help. We have extensive knowledge of the Whittier jail system to help
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Bail Bonds - Essential Information
you are considering bailing someone out of jail, you should understand
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We offer many pages with additional information and resources:
How Bail Bonds Work
- What are Bail Bonds / Bail Bond Contracts
- the Purpose of the Bail System
- What to Expect When Bailing Someone Out of Jail
- Costs of Bail Bonds and Payment Options
- How Bail Bonds are Approved
The Arrest Process
- What Happens When Someone is Arrested
- Booking and Processing of an Arrestee
Whittier Police Dept.
7315 Painter Avenue
Whittier, CA 90602
About the City of Whittier
Whittier is located in Los Angeles County, about 12 miles southeast of the City of Los Angeles. A five Member City Council under the Council-Manager form of government directs the City. Whittier is a charter law city and was incorporated in 1898. The Charter form of City government was ratified in 1955. The City covers 14.8 square miles and has an estimated population of 85,244. Businesses and industries in the area include 404 professional services, 506 retail stores, 193 family-type restaurants, 38 manufacturing plants, 11 hotels and motels, 5 automobile dealerships and over 231 specialty shops and boutiques, predominantly located in Uptown Whittier, the Quad shopping mall, as well as the Whittwood Town Center.
In 1784 Manuel Nieto, a retired captain who served in the Portola Expedition, was granted 300,000 plus acres of land by the King of Spain. The land grant, in what is now California, stretched from the hills north of Whittier to the sea, and from the Santa Ana River to the San Gabriel River. By 1822 Mexico had achieved political independence from Spain, recalled the Spanish-appointed Governor from Alta California and appointed its own. In 1834 Mexico began to "secularize" the missions and issued land grants to individual rancheros. Juan Crispin Perez received a grant for Rancho Paso de Bartolo in 1835 for land that had initially belonged to the San Gabriel Mission. Perez eventually sold five parcels of the Paso de Bartolo land to Pio de Jesus Pico (1801-1894), a ranchero who had already served as Governor once (1832-33) and was to become last Mexico-appointed Governor of California (1845-46). Pico built his home east of the San Gabriel River and South of Whittier Boulevard (El Camino Real), now the Pio Pico State Historic Park. The Park has recently undergone extensive renovations and re-opened in September 2003. For more information on the Pio Pico Adobe and Gardens.
Modern Whittier roots can be traced to 160 acres of public land acquired in 1868 by Jacob Gerkens. Gerkens was a German immigrant who paid $234 to the U.S. government for the land under the auspices of the Homestead Act. Mr. Gerkens built a small cabin on the property which stands today as the Jonathan Bailey House. The land changed hands several times before 1,259 acres were acquired in 1887 by a group of Quakers interested in founding a new community in California. The group acquired the land as the Pickering Land and Water Development Company. Many "Friends" on the East Coast bought lots from the Company sight unseen, but all "fair-minded people" were invited to settle here. Farmers in the area planted barley, beans, cabbage, corn, oats, peanuts, tomatoes and citrus. The town was named after fellow Quaker John Greenleaf Whittier, a famous poet, writer and newspaper editor. John Greenleaf Whittier never had the opportunity to visit the town that bears his name but he did write and dedicate a poem in honor of the new City.
Al Patel, Bondsman
Free Bail Bond Information, Anytime
Insurance License # 1845933
5220 Clark Ave. Suite #110
Lakewood, CA 90712
(Next to Lakewood Sheriff Station)
Lakewood : 562-866-7666
Cerritos : 562-860-7779
Norwalk : 562-864-7779
Downey : 562-861-7666
Long Beach : 562-435-7666
Orange County : 714-969-7779
Diamond Bar : 909-860-7779
Monrovia : 626-303-5557
La Palma : 714-994-4666
Northridge : 818-837-3777
Santa Monica : 310-576-7779
Cell phone : (562) 572-9935
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Member of : PBUS, GSBAA
"You helped me get bailed out of jail on Friday night. I just wanted to say thank you. It was an awful experience for me, and if nothing else, your kind voice on the other end of the phone in that cell was a tremendous comfort."
- Chrystal in Santa Clarita