How to Get Out of Jail with Orange County Bail Bonds
Upon first getting arrested your loved one, will be taken to the local police department. During this time you will be able to post bail and have your loved one released from police custody. Once your loved one is released from jail with Orange County Bail Bonds, you will have a court date.
You will have a court date normally 1 month from the time your loved is released. This will allow you and your loved one to prepare for a criminal defense needed to get over this speed bump, being out on bail gives you the opportunity to interview attorneys.
One of the most common questions our clients have when getting a Bail Bond in Orange County is; how long will the process take? It all comes down to if you bail out from the local police department or from the Central Jail.
Generally the process will take 30 minutes – 2 hours, in rare cases processing could take up to 8 hours depending on overcrowding. You can check out more Bail Bond Questions on our FAQs page.
Paying For a Bail Bond with Orange County Bail Bonds in Santa Ana, California
Paying for bail with a credit card is available, along with financing, and other payment options for bail bonds. You can rely on Bail Bonds Orange County because, our team of Licensed Bail Bond Agents work harder than anyone else to get your loved one out fast . We are centrally located in Santa Ana, California and have agent’s on-call across all of orange county.
You will need to speak directly to a Licensed Bail Bondsman about getting your loved one out of jail. Call now to get a better understanding how it all works and receive professional service 24 hours a day. Our agents are helpful and understanding, will patiently explain all options available to you so you and your family can make the best decision for your family because every case is different.
Standard Bail Bond Fee
in Southern California
The cost of a Bail Bond will be the same price at every company no matter the amount. You will have the option to be released from jail with only half down and the rest in payments. Plus did you know using a credit card for bail, can save you money in the long run. Speak with a bail bondsman about your options.