How to Get Someone Out of Jail

March 28, 2017 by Seppi Esfandi in California  Criminal Defense  
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California Bail Bonds to Get Someone Out of Prison

Let’s face it, Prison (jail) is a dangerous place. If you retain our services, and your loved one needs help getting out of jail in these Southern California counties, we will help.

  • Los Angeles County
  • Riverside County
  • Ventura County
  • San Bernardino County
  • Orange County

If you retain our legal services, we are more than happy to assist you.


Esfandi Law Firm can guide you through the process with a third party bail-bondsman. Paying a bond to a bondsman is usually 10%, and non-refundable. But, if you have an attorney or someone to cosign for you, it can be less.

Once you secure the bond, it generally takes between 30 minutes and 4 hours for the suspect to be released from custody.

‘OR’ or Bail Reduction Hearing

There is the option to post cash bail, which means you pay the entire bail amount in cash (or property). This amount is returned after the sentencing, but most people don’t have enough cash on hand. Our Defense Counsel can arrange an emergency bail hearing to secure an ‘OR Release (Own Recognizance)‘ or ‘Bail Reduction‘ if needed.

Jail Pages


We assist inmates in custody at any of the Southern California jails:

Locate an Inmate, More Resources

Our main goal is to get your loved one out of jail, and represented with a proper criminal defense lawyer. Visit our Helpful Resources Page for more information.

Seppi Esfandi is an expert in Criminal Law who has over 22 years of practice defending a variety of criminal cases.

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How to Win Your Case

We cannot stress enough that you read, understand and follow these 10 basic rules if you are criminally charged or under investigation:

  1. Don’t ever talk to the police
  2. Do not discuss your case with anyone
  3. Everything you tell your lawyer is confidential
  4. Tell police you need to contact your attorney
  5. Never consent to any search by the police
  6. If the police knock on your door, don't answer!
  7. Realize the consequences of a criminal conviction
  8. Your lawyer (not you) will contact any witnesses
  9. Information on your cell phone is evidence
  10. Early Intervention is the key

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