California DUI criminal defense lawyers can be creative.
A "City" Jail is much better than County Jail.
If you have been convicted for drunk driving in either
Los Angeles County or Orange County, your California
DUI criminal defense attorney can try to substitute
County Jail (bad) for a local city jail (much better).
Procedure, List and Contact Info:
The individual make all phone calls and submit application;
Defendant must pay booking fees and daily fees;
Most City Jails Programs require medical clearance.
Medical issues will likely prevent admission.
HUNTINGTON BEACH CITY JAIL
2000 Main Street
PO Box 70
HB, CA 92648
Need court order - we have form.
Work Furlough and Pay-N-Stay – Trustees pay $125.00 for the first day and $75.00 for each day for the remainder of the sentence and are allowed to go to work during the day but must report back at night, to enable client keep their jobs.
FULLERTON CITY JAIL
Work Furlough and Pay-N-Stay is $100 for the first two days and $75 for each additional day.
HAWTHORNE CITY JAIL
Judge Robison (Newport won‘t allow out of county) But this has worked in Westminster.
4440 W. 126th Street, Hawthorne, CA. Officer John Dixon at 310-349-2775. Two options:
Option a: Hawthorne City Jail Inmate Program. (Work release) It's free and you have the option of going in on weekends from 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and do yard work, wash cars, clean up, do laundry, etc. You have to pay a $25 background check fee, and $22 for a TB test. You get 1/3 credit, so for a 60-day sentence you will have to do 40 days or 20 weekends. And you don't spend the night in a cell.
Option b: Pay to Stay: $75/day. Do daily tasks listed in #1, and spend night in designated sleeping dorm.
NEWPORT BEACH CITY JAIL
870 Santa Barbara Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Free. No medical issues – no nurse to give medication. Order needs to state good/time work time credits allowed, any violations defendant to be transported directly to OCJ. Need to send fax # to send police report. Newport Beach does NOT allow trustees to leave the premises. It is a 24/7 program where they work as janitors, feed the custodies, and do whatever the cops upstairs need in the way of menial labor. Also, they do not accept women or defendants with any history of violence or drugs or theft crimes.
Lt. Swain (562) 905-9758
Sgt J. Mchail (562) 905-9689
ANAHEIM POLICE DEPT.
Work Furlough - Pay to Stay - $125/first day, and $100 for each additional day. Pay is accepted in two day increments, with first two weeks due up front. Any medication required by must be approved by the facility manager. Only approved psychotropic mediation will be permitted. The arresting charge should not involve violence in any way. History of violence will also disqualify most applicants. However, you may contact the facility manager who will investigate each request.
425 So. Harbor Bl.
Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 765-1523 office
(714) 765-1540 fax
Correctional Facility Manager
SEAL BEACH CITY JAIL
Anthony M. Rond
Detention Services Coordinator
Jail Services Bureau
Seal Beach Police Department
911 Seal Beach Boulevard
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Office: (562) 799 4100 Ext. 1117
Fax: (562) 493 0634
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
1. Azusa (626)812-3200
2 Burbank (818)238-3000
3. Culver City (310)837-1221
4. Gardena (310)217-9600
5. Glendale (818)548-4840
6. Glendora (626)914-8250
7. Hawthorne Officer John Dixon at 310-349-2775
• Option a: Hawthorne City Jail Inmate Program. (Work release) It's free and you have the option of going in on weekends from 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and do yard work, wash cars, clean up, do laundry, etc. You have to pay a $25 background check fee, and $22 for a TB test. You get 1/3 credit, so for a 60-day sentence you will have to do 40 days or 20 weekends. And you don't spend the night in a cell.
• Option b: Pay to Stay: $75/day. Do daily tasks listed in #1, and spend night in designated sleeping dorm.
8. Hermosa Beach (310 )318-0360, contact Angela Jenentz $175/day
9. Huntington Park (323 )584-6254
10. La Verne (909 )596-1913
11. Montebello (323 )887-1212
12. Monterey Park (626)573-1311
13. Pasadena (626 )744-4501, (626) 744-4616
14. Redondo Beach (310) 379-2477
15. San Fernando (818 ) 898-1267
16. Torrance (310 ) 328-3456
17. Monrovia (626) 256-8000 - Contact - court officer Ortiz
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