Orange County Bail Bonds – Get Real Help Now!
Angels Bail Bonds provides Orange County Bail Bonds services. We have helped numerous Orange County families with bail services for almost 60 years.
- We are available 24/7 – call us now on our bail hotline!
- Hablamos Español – Spanish speaking agents available
- Approval up to $500,000 in minutes
- All major credit cards and BitCoin accepted
- Exclusive financing available and provide payment plans
- Cheap and affordable rates that come with a 100% money back guarantee
- No money down and no collateral necessary options available
- We are a Top “Trusted Business” on the Expert Bail Network
- We can meet you at your home or office
- We are minutes from Orange County Jail
- Best A+ Rating with the BBB
You can also find detailed bail bonds information on our website. What allows us to obtain a prompt bail bond in Orange County is our thorough understanding of the jail system, legal functioning and the arrest procedure in Orange County. Each of our Orange County Bail Bondsman understands that a quick bail bond can prevent a family from undergoing a lot of trouble and trauma. As part of the bail service, our bondsman will provide you with relevant and important bail bonds information.
With over 15 bail bonds locations in Orange County to assist you
Our primary location is steps from the Orange County Jail.
Angels Bail Bonds Orange County
1108 W 5th St
Santa Ana, CA 92703
Orange County Bail Bonds
How Do Bail Bonds Work?
When you or a loved one is arrested and charged of a crime, there is usually bail set that will release the person until they are called back for a hearing. Bail in California can range widely, with a simple DUI at around $15,000; a DUI with an accident is $50,000.
When someone gets arrested, they are taken to the jail and booked. The Orange County bail bond booking procedure can be a lengthy process and may take many hours, depending on the facility and other factors.
After being arrested the defendant is taken to a detention center at the local police station and put through a booking process. Booking is a way to document the incident and identify the person arrested. During booking the police will determine the true identity of the person arrested, if they are wanted for any other crimes, record the activity and history of the arrest, and determine if the defendant can be released or required to have bail set.
If you are arrested, you should expect the following procedures:
- Personal information – the booking officer will ask you your name, phone and social security number and address. They will also ask who your next of kin is.
- Your Photo – They will photograph you (a “mug shot”) for the records.
- Your personal property collected – All your personal items will be taken and saved in a safe place. Your wallet, jewelry, everything will be collected, and you will be issued a receipt. These belongings will be given back to you leave (unless you had an illegal substance or items used as evidence).
- Fingerprinting – Your fingerprints will be taken and they will be run through the federal database to see if you match any other cases, have other charges, warrants or arrests.
- Body Search – a jail employee of or police officer the same sex will administer a body search to make sure you have no weapons or illegal substances that you have failed to surrender. It could be a simple pat-down, or they could do an entire body search, including body cavities.
After you are booked, you are taken to a jail cell to await being bailed out or released. You will be allowed a phone call so that you can let your loved ones or a friend know where you are and start the bail process if necessary. This is when you should contact a bail bonds agent. If you are not released or bailed out, you will be held until you are called to appear before the judge.
There are a few important things to when you make your phone call. No one can call you back when you are in jail and only get one call to provide the bail information the other person will need:
- Full name, date of birth
- The jail that you are in.
- The amount of the bail, and the 10% fee for an bail bonds agent. If the person on the phone can come up with the bail in cash, you will not need the 10%. Make sure they know you want to be bailed out as soon as possible. Most people will need the service of bail bonds in Orange County, so they need only come up with the 10% non-refundable fee.
Contact us now, for free bail bond information or bail bonds Orange County service.
What you need to know about posting bail at the Orange County Jail:
If you’re reading this right now, that means that the unthinkable has happened. Someone you know has been arrested and you want to get them out of jail. You probably have a lot of questions about what to do. The process of getting someone out of jail can seem overwhelming at first, but in all actuality, it is a very simple and straightforward procedure. On this page, you’ll find all of the information you need in order to make informed decisions about what to do in this situation. If at any time you wish to talk to an expert Orange County Bail Bonds agent, you can do so by dialing (714) 215-9782.
When someone is arrested in Orange County they are taken to either the city jail or the Orange County Jail. City jail arrestees will eventually be transferred to an Orange County Jail Facility. There are multiple Orange County Jail Facilities including the Orange County Jail, the Central Men’s and Women’s Jail , Theo Lacy Jail Facility and the James A. Musick Facility. At any location the person will be processed as an inmate. As part of this process, their fingerprints are taken and checked against a number of databases to determine their identity and if they have any outstanding warrants. A mug shot is also taken. The process of checking into any of these facilities can be lengthy taking many hours. After they have been checked in they are eligible to be bailed out of jail.
Orange County Jail has many different unofficial names including OC Jail, Orange County Central Jail, Orange County Detention Center, or the Orange County Main Jail.
The James A. Musick Facility is also referred to as “The Farm.”
Once the inmate has been processed into jail their bail amount will be determined. In order to be bailed out of jail there are a few options.
- Put up the full amount of the bond with the court. This money must be certified funds. All of this money will be returned once the case has been resolved in court.
- Employ the services of a bail bondsman, who typically charge 10% of the total bond amount.
The service fee a bail bondsman charges is a non-refundable, one-time fee for posting the bond. This money is paid to the bail bondsman for the service of putting up the full bond amount with the court. In addition to paying the 10% to the bail bondsman, someone will also have to sign on behalf of the defendant as the Indemnitor, guaranteeing that they will make all of their court appearances and that they are financially responsible for that person in case they don’t go to jail.
It is important that you choose a bail bonds company that has a strong reputation in the community it serves. We recommend that you check out the Yelp page of any bail bondsman that you are thinking about using so that you can get unbiased opinions from third parties about the quality of the service provided by that bail agency.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department headquarters has two locations; North County and South County.
North County Orange County Sheriff’s Department:
550 North Flowers, Santa Ana, CA 92703.
South County Orange County Sheriff’s Department:
11 Journey, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
You can also visit the department’s website for further information. Orange County is served by a mix of city police departments and the Sheriff’s Department. The following cities contract with Orange County to provide police services for them: Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Stanton, Villa Park, and Yorba Linda. The Orange County Sheriff’s Department also services all unincorporated areas. The Orange County Sheriff’s Department is also referred to as the Orange County Police Department.
There are several jail facilities with Orange County.
The Central Jail Complex is located adjacent to the North County Sheriff’s Department and is located at:
550 North Flowers Street
Santa Ana CA 92703
The Central Jail Complex is also referred to as: OC Jail, Orange County Central Jail, Orange County Detention Center and Orange County Main Jail. The Central Jail Complex has been operating since 1968 and holds 380 female inmates and 1,433 male inmates.
Theo Lacy Facility is located at:
501 The City Drive South
Orange, CA 92868
This location does process bail bonds. This facility houses a total of 3,442 inmates.
James Musick Facility is located at:
Irvine, CA 92618.
This facility is also referred to as “The Farm.” This facility does not process bail; bail is processed at the Central Jail Complex for this facility. This facility house a total of 1,322 inmates.
Sandra Hutchens is the Sheriff-Coroner of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. She has held this position since 2008, being elected to a full term in 2010. Prior to her position in Orange County, Sheriff Hutchens was a division chief with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. She began her law enforcement career as a secretary with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. She graduated from the police Academy in 1978. She is a graduate of the University of La Verne with a degree in Public Administration. Hutchens was raised in Long Beach.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department Undersheriff is Don Barnes. Undersheriff Barnes is a 27 year veteran of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
Orange County is governed by a board of elected supervisors. The current Chairperson of the Orange County Board of Supervisors is Lisa A. Bartlett. The vice chairperson is Michelle Steel. The other board members are Andrew Do, Todd Spitzer, and Shawn Nelson. Orange County is a charter county and the county seat is Santa Ana.
Orange County is represented in the California State Senate by:
- In the 29th Senate District by Republican Bob Huff
- In the 32nd Senate District by Democrat Tony Mendoza
- In the 34th Senate District by Republican Janet Nguyen
- In the 36th Senate District by Republican Patricia Bates
- In the 37th Senate District by Republican John Moorlach
Within the California State Assembly, Orange County is represented by:
- 38th congressional district by Democrat Linda Sanchez
- 39th congressional district by Republican Ed Royce
- 45th congressional district by Republican Mimi Walters
- 46th congressional district by Democrat Loretta Sanchez
- 47th congressional district by Democrat Alan Lowenthal
- 48th congressional district by Republican Dana Rohrabacher
- 49th congressional district by Republican Darrell Issa
Demographic data about Orange County
As of 2010, the population in Orange County was 3,010,232. This is an increase from the 2,846,289 which was listed in the 2000 census. The population of Santa Ana consists of the following: 1,830,758 (60.8%) White, 50,744 (1.7%) African-American, 18,132 (.6%) Native American, 537,804 (17.9%) Asian, 9,354 (0.3%) Pacific Islander, 435,641 (14.5%) from other races, and 127,799 (4.2%) from two or more races.
Fun Facts about Orange County
Orange County has a near perfect, Mediterranean climate, making outdoor activities and beach going popular activities. Orange County is home to some of the best surfing in the continental United States, including the world famous “Wedge,” in Newport Beach. The county’s other surfing spot is Huntington Beach known as “Surf City, USA.” There are 42 miles of beaches in Orange County.
Orange County is home to Disneyland, Disney California Adventure Park and Knott’s Berry Farm. The Anaheim Convention Center is the largest facility of its type on the West Coast.
Little Saigon is home to the largest concentration of Vietnamese people outside of Vietnam.
Other attractions throughout Orange County include the Mission San Juan Capistrano, The Richard Nixon Presidential Library, John Wayne’s yacht the Wild Goose, Balboa Pavilion and the Crystal Cathedral.
Both the “O.C.” and “The Real Housewives of Orange County” were filmed here.