24/7 Reliable Bail Bonds in Fullerton, CA
Angels Bail Bonds offers low priced, fast, and convenient bail bonds in Fullerton, California. Our licensed bail bondsmen operate 24/7/365 and have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We accept all payment types for a rapid release and an easy bail process. We will send out one of our licensed bail bonds agents to your home, jail or whatever is closest to get you or your loved one out of jail as fast as possible.
What you need to know about bail bonds in Fullerton
Getting arrested in Fullerton is not fun.
There is a lot of stress and uncertainty you feel when you get arrested and temporarily lose control of your freedom.
It can be as equally stressful for the friends and family members of the person who gets arrested and have to figure out what to do next to get their loved one out of jail.
If you currently find yourself in this situation and are looking for answers about what to do to help someone who has been arrested in Fullerton, then you’ve come to the right place.
On this page, we at Angels Bail Bonds will provide you with information that will help you make a more educated decision about what to now to make sure that the person in jail comes home quickly and safely.
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What happens when someone is arrested in Fullerton?
When someone is arrested in Fullerton they are taken to the Fullerton Jail, which is located at the Fullerton Police Department. You’ll find the address down below on this page.
A common case that we deal with in Fullerton is from people who go out drinking in downtown Fullerton and get arrested for a DUI. If someone is arrested for a DUI in Fullerton, they may be taken to the “drunk tank” which means that they will be held until sufficient time has passed for them to sober up.
After being arrested by the Fullerton Police officer, the arrestee will be taken to the Fullerton jail where they will be processed in accordance with standard inmate booking procedures.
These procedures include a background check, which is done after taking pictures, taking fingerprints and getting information from the inmate. This information is then checked against a number of law enforcement databases to see if there are any outstanding warrants for that person’s arrest. If such warrants exist, they will be added to the bail amount.
Once the records check has been done, the inmate will be eligible for release by bail. The records check process can take as little as 30 minutes, but could take longer depending on how busy the jail is.
It’s important that you bail someone out of the Fullerton jail before they are taken to the Orange County jail, which requires that they go through another booking process which can take up to 8 hours or more.
What does a Fullerton Bail Bondsman Do?
In order to post bail and secure the release of an inmate you have a few options.
You can either pay the full amount of the bail directly to the court. This money must come from certified funds and will be held for the duration of the court case. It will be released in full once the court case has been resolved, minus any court fees.
Most people don’t have the full amount of the bail lying around that they can leave with the court for a few years, and they instead prefer to use the services of a bail bondsman.
When you use a bail bondsman, they will put the money up with the court on your behalf and will assume the liability for the person that they bail out. This service is done for a percentage of the bail amount, usually 10%. This is a one time, non-refundable fee.
In order to use a bail bondsman someone will have to sign as an indemnitor guaranteeing that the person being bailed out will make all of their court appearances. In the event that the defendant doesn’t show up at court, the indemnitor will be financially responsible for paying the full amount of the bail bond.
Which Fullerton Bail Bonds Agent Should You Choose?
There are many bail bondmen in Fullerton that you could choose from, but not all of them are trustworthy. There are some people in this industry who operate with shady business practices that can end up hurting the people they bail out.
We recommend that you choose a bail bonds company that has a strong reputation in their community. The best place to check is on Yelp.
At Angels Bail Bonds we pride ourselves on having all 5 star reviews on our Yelp page, due to the tireless service we’ve provided Southern California families since 1956.
Where is the Fullerton Police Department?
The Fullerton Police Department’s headquarters is located at:
237 West Commonwealth Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
You can reach the department at 714-738-6800 on a 24-hour basis. You can also visit the department’s website.
You can reach the station by taking the Riverside Freeway and going north off of exit 27. Head north on South Euclid Street and then take a left on West Commonwealth Avenue. The station is right past Highland Avenue.
Where is the Fullerton Jail?
The Fullerton City Jail is also at 237 West Commonwealth Avenue. You can also contact the jail at 714-738-6800.
Who is the chief of police in Fullerton?
Dan Hughes is the head of the Fullerton police department. He has held the position since 2013. He has been associated with the Fullerton police department for nearly thirty years. He is also on the board of directors of the Fullerton Boys and Girls Club.
Who is the mayor of Fullerton?
Greg Sebourn is the mayor of Fullerton. He has lived in Fullerton for his entire life and holds a degree in Administration of Justice from Fullerton College.
Who are the representatives for Fullerton?
Fullerton is in the 29th Senate District in the California State Senate and is represented by Republican Bob Huff.
Within the California State Assembly, Fullerton is in the 65th Assembly District and is represented by Republican Young Kim.
Fullerton is listed in the United States House of Representatives as the 39th Congressional District in California and is represented by Republican Edward Royce.
Demographic data about Fullerton
As of 2010, the population in Fullerton is at 135,161. This is a substantial increase over the 126,003 people who were on the 2000 census.
The population of Fullerton consists of the following:
72,845 (53.9%) White
3,138 (2.3%) African-American
842 (0.6%) Native American
30,788 (22.8%) Asian
321 (0.2%) Pacific Islander
21,439 (15.9%) from other races
5,788 (4.3%) from two or more races
Fun Facts about Fullerton
Fullerton has been historically known for being a major hub for agriculture. The area had been very popular for its citrus groves.
The Fender Musical Instruments Corporation was formed in Fullerton in 1946. The company is famous for its many guitars.
The Fullerton Observer serves the city twice a month as a fully independent newspaper that is run by an all-volunteer staff. The Observer is one of the few independent newspapers in the region to actually serve a suburb of Los Angeles.
There are numerous theater organizations based within the Fullerton area including the Fullerton Civic Light Opera, the Maverick Theater and the Hunger Artists Theatre Company among many others.
A campus that was owned by the Hughes Aircraft Company has recently been reconfigured to be a new residential and commercial center of the town called Amerige Heights.
The Fox Theatre in Fullerton is an old movie palace built in 1925 that is currently being restored. This movie house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fullerton has one of the strongest music scenes in the Los Angeles area. The region is especially famous for its strong influence on the hardcore punk rock scene.