Great 2013 tips, suggestions and information without any charge for getting New Orleans bail bonds.  IMPORTANT: If you need immediate help in the New Orleans area (or anywhere else in the country), click here for our free 5 simple steps bail out plan.

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New Orleans bail bonds can be easy to get if you understand the process. Unfortunately, many of those who need them are from out of town and get swept up in the party atmosphere. TIP: New Orleans bail bondsmen will typically not let a client leave the state after posting bail. This can be a huge inconvenience for those who live eslewhere. If this could be a problem for you, we suggest you ask them about their policy on this issue in an email where you will have a recorded quote from them.

WARNING: the New Orleans newspaper The Times-Picayune, exposed that the FBI launched a widening probe of crooked bail bond transactions in the New Orleans parish in April 2012. This comes after another investigation into bail bondsmen last summer. We strongly recommend that all your initial communications with bail bond agents be by email so there is a written record of exactly what was said and promised by the bondsman.

Unfortunately, New Orleans has come under fire in recent years for housing inmates in deplorable, overcrowded, underfunded and violent conditions. Adding to the problem, it may be more common in New Orleans to be given jail time for minor offenses than any comparable city in America. This has lead to an unstable jail system and we strongly recommend that you take any arrest in this jurisdiction seriously.

On the other hand, with all the outside pressure from the U.S. government, federal marshals, SPLC and other agencies, the parish has been forced to evaluate ways to lessen the overcrowding. Generally that means programs designed to give defendants a way to get out either through affordable bail bonds or no bail bond requirement at all. TIP: a little known pre-trial program started in May 2012, allows arrestees to meet with a screener panel of usually three people, who can help expedite the bail process and recommend to the judge bail requirements. When emailing bail bond agents, ask them how to arrange this.

Bail Bonds New Orleans Detention Centers and Important Contact Information

Orleans Parish Prison
Warden: Major Kevin Winfield
531 South Broad Street
New Orleans, LA 70119

Templeman Phase V
Warden: Major Bonita Pittman
3100 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70119

McDaniels Transitional Work Center
Director: Major Jerrod Spinney
225 South Broad
New Orleans, LA 70119

Warden: Major Carlos Louque
2750 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70119

Warden: Major Jerrod Spinney
2620 Tulane Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119

Temporary Detention Center (TDC)
Warden: Major Wayne Watzke
3000 Perdido Street
New Orleans, LA 70119

Intake Processing Center
Director: Colonel Roy Austin
730 South Dupre St.
New Orleans, LA 70119

Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Offices
Eastbank Office
819 South Broad Street
New Orleans, LA 70119-7418
Phone: (504) 822-8000

Westbank Office
3630 MacArthur Blvd., Suite E.
New Orleans, LA 70114-6826
Phone: (504) 826-7045

Civil Division Office
421 Loyola Avenue
403 Civil Courts Building
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 523-6143

Nothing stated herein should be construed or interpreted to grant rights or remedies not otherwise granted under federal or state law. This information is provided as a public service and is not intended as a substitute for legal advice or representation by a lawyer or bail bondsman. We recommend you email a bail bondsman for more information about your bail bonds New Orleans situation.

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