Leonard Padilla Bail Bonds

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Sacramento Bail Bonds

Address: 816 H Street, Suite 103 Sacramento, CA 95814

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Leonard Padilla Bail Bonds is the premiere bail bond agency for bail bonds in Sacramento. With professional and courteous licensed Sacramento bail bondsman and bail bonds women working 24/7, we can help you get your friend or loved one home in minutes. We offer the lowest rates and payment plans that fit your budget. Call now to speak with one of our courteous agents to have your questions answered quickly and discreetly. We are here to help.

How Bail Bonds in Sacramento Work

Bail is different in every county, set by a panel of judges who construct what is known as a bail schedule. If there are no extenuating circumstances, the bail will then be set for your friend or loved one by the sheriff’s deputies in the Sacramento county jail when booking the defendant. Sometimes if the offense is minor and the person has a clean record, they are often released on their own recognizance (O.R.). However, if bail is set you may post bail in one of three ways:

  1. Cash Bail – Let’s say the bail is $25,000-. You would take $25,000- in cash to the court and pay that amount while your friend or loved one goes through their court case (usually taking months and months). This $25,000- that you have paid directly to the court is fully refundable once the defendant’s case is exonerated.
  2. Property Bond – Again, if the bail is set at $25,000- you would put up a deed of trust with the court for twice the bail amount ($50,000-) in equity in a property (obviously takes much longer with appraisals, etc.).
  3. Bail Bonds – The bail being $25,000- you would contact a bail bond company such as Leonard Padilla Bail Bonds in Sacramento and pay a 10% fee of $2,500-. That fee is regulated in the State of California (meaning all bail bonds companies charge the same amount). This premium is fully earned and non-refundable once your friend or loved one is released from jail no matter the outcome of his or her case.

Call (916) PADILLA / (916) 723-4552 to speak with a bail agent now. We are here to help.


We too understand that times are even tougher in a rough economy, therefore we always have and always will offer the best financing for bail bonds in Sacramento. If you are a little pinched for cash for your Sacramento bail bonds we can arrange a flexible payment plan with 0% interest OAC.

Bail Bond Rates

We offer the lowest rates allowed by law. So if you or the Defendant are members of a union, active or ex-military or have retained a private attorney, you qualify for our 8% rate.


Collateral is not necessary in most cases although it is possible to use in place of premium. Call for details.

Proudly serving the following cities and communities in Sacramento County:

Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova, Antelope, Arden Arcade, Carmichael, Clay, Courtland, Elverta, Fair Oaks, Florin, Foothill Farms, Franklin, Freeport, Fruitridge Pocket, Gold River, Herald, Hood, La Riviera, Lemon Hill, Locke, Mather, McClellan Park, North Highlands, Orangevale, Parkway, Rancho Murieta, Rio Linda, Rosemont, Vineyard, Walnut Grove, Wilton.

We also offer Sacramento Bail Bonds for all Misdemeanor and Felony offenses which require the posting of Bail Bonds in Sacramento. Such offenses are as follows: spouse abuse or spousal abuse or spousal battery, domestic violence, D.U.I. (DUI) driving under the influence, D.W.I. (DWI) driving while intoxicated, possession, possession for sale, possession of a controlled substance, marijuana possession and related offenses, misdemeanor offenses, felony offenses, larceny, burglary, robbery, assault, assault with a deadly weapon, assault and battery, grand theft auto, vehicular manslaughter, manslaughter, petty theft, etc…

Sacramento County Jail Booking Process

When someone is arrested and they require bail bonds in Sacramento, they are driven to the Sacramento County Jail and booked into custody by the Sacramento County Sheriffs. Once in the Sacramento County Jail, the Defendant will be processed. This means they will have all their personal property checked in, fingerprints will be taken along with their photo, personal information will be noted to run a background and warrants check, they will be issued booking and case numbers and they will be officially charged with the crime. Once they are processed they will be taken to a holding cell where they are able to make their “one” phone call in an attempt to make bail. If you are the lucky one that receives this phone call, know that the call will be collect. Your next steps will be to stay calm and contact one of our professionally licensed bail agents at Leonard Padilla Bail Bonds in Sacramento for fast and efficient service. The entire bail bond process in Sacramento can be handled over the phone or fax with just a credit card and signature.

The address for the Sacramento County Jail / Lorenzo Patino Hall of Justice is:

651 I Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: 916.874.6752

Public hours of operation: 7:00am – 11:00pm Daily

Sacramento County Jail Inmate Visitation

Each inmate is authorized two (2) 45 minute social visits per week, Sunday through Saturday.

Morning/Afternoon visits hours are 7:45, 8:45, 9:45, 10:45, 11:45, 12:45 and 1:45. Evening visiting hours are 4:45, 5:45, 6:45, 7:45, 8:45 and 9:45. Visits are not permitted during mealtime, 2:45 p.m. until 4:45 p.m. The last visit will be registered no later than 9:45 p.m. All visitors must leave the visit area by 10:45 p.m. No more than three (3) people, including infants and children, are allowed to visit at one time. Valid identification must be presented in order to visit. You will only be allowed to visit one inmate per visit and visits are scheduled on a “first come first served” basis, time and space permitting.

Weekend visit days are usually very crowded at the Main Jail. Visitors should plan for a potential delay. Out of town visitors should plan accordingly.

Sentenced inmate workers (3W) at the Main Jail may receive three (3) 45 minute social visits per week, Sunday through Saturday. Visitation rules apply, please review above paragraph.

ONLY your identification, keys and small wallet will be allowed in the visit area. ALL other items, including purses, cell phones and backpacks will need to be secured prior to visiting.

All visitors are subject to search and metal detection scan. Failure to submit to these conditions shall be grounds for denial to visit. No person released from the Main Jail or Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center within a period of 30 days or any person who, having been previously convicted of a felony and confined in any state prison in this state (per Penal Code section 4571), will be allowed to visit without the consent of the Jail Commander or watch supervisor.

Registration/Valid Identification:

To register for a social visit, you must present any one of the following forms of identification:

  • Valid Driver’s License or DMV Photo ID Card (any U.S. State) and Mexico
  • Military Identification
  • Valid Passport
  • Matricula Consular (MCAS), Mexican Identification Card

Age Limits for Visitors:

Visitors must be at least 18 years old. Visitors that appear to be under 18 years will be asked for identification. Adults with minors must supervise them at all times and they may not visit someone else during the same visit time. A parent or legal guardian must provide proof of relationship for accompanying minors (birth certificate or guardianship papers). Only married emancipated minors are allowed and must show marriage certificate and proof of emancipation by presenting original court documentation.

Dress Code:

The following clothing is not allowed: no revealing clothing, tube tops, see through mesh materials, short shorts, micro mini-skirts, tank tops with thin straps, backless or sleeveless tops, midriff or cutout shirts or bathing tops, clothing with logos that inherently promote violence, hate, drug use, profanity, sex acts or gangs is not allowed. All visitors are also required to wear footwear (shoes, sandals or boots).

Disruptive Behavior:

Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Your visit will be terminated if you or the minors in your care become disruptive. Minors must be supervised at all times and must remain inside the visit booth with the adult. Visitors will not be allowed to leave the visit booth during a visit; once the visit is vacated, the visit shall be deemed completed.

Visit Booth Prohibited Items:

Cell phones, pens, pencils, papers, purses, pictures, lighters and/or cigarettes are prohibited in visit area.

Release of Personal Property:

In order for the jail to release an inmate’s property to you, you must complete a Property Release form. These forms are located at the Public Lobby at the registration table or with the Front Counter scheduling officers. Acceptable forms of Identification are listed under Registration/Valid ID section above. After completing the form, you must submit the completed form to the officer at the Public Counter. You must take all of the inmate’s personal property, not just portions of it. You may not receive the inmate’s clothing. Once you have submitted the Property Release form, you MUST wait in the Public Lobby for the property to be delivered to you. Property Releases take one (1) to three (3) hours to process, depending on the officer’s duties at the time and/or floor activity. If you request money from an inmate’s account, you must specify the exact amount of cash to be withdrawn. You may only withdraw funds from an inmate’s account once per custody period and only the amount that the inmate was booked with.

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