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- No matter what the time of day or night, Angels Bail Bonds is here for you. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 365 days a year. We never close.
- You can be approved for up to a $500,000 bond within 15 minutes
- We are where you need us to be. Most of our offices are located just minutes from the major jails such as the Riverside County Jails and Orange County Jails.
- Our knowledgeable and licensed Orange County bail bonds agent will come to your home, office, or jail at no extra cost.
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What you need to know about Orange Bail Bonds
If you’re reading this right now, that most likely means that the unthinkable has happened. Someone you know has been arrested and you want to bail them out of jail. You probably have several questions about what to do. The process of getting someone out of jail can seem overwhelming at first, but in actuality, it is a very simple and straightforward process. On this page, you’ll find all of the information you need in order to make the most informed decisions about what to do in this situation. This is a free service provided by Angels Bail Bonds. If at any time you wish to talk to a friendly and professional bail agent you can do so by dialing 714-988-6294.
What happens when someone is arrested in the city of Orange?
When someone is arrested in the city of Orange they are taken to County Jail and 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. This process can take several hours to complete. After they have been checked in, they are eligible to be bailed out of jail.
How much does it cost to bail someone out of the County Jail in the city of Orange?
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. 1. 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. 2. Employ the services of a bail bondsman, who typically charge 10% of the total bond amount. The 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.
Which bail bondsman in Orange is right for my situation?
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.
Where is the city of Orange Police Department?
The city of Orange Police Department’s headquarters are located at: 1107 North Batavia Street, Orange, CA, 92867. You can call the department at 714-744-7470. You can also visit the police department’s webpage for more information. The city of Orange has 158 sworn officers. The Orange Police Department serves a community of 139,000 residents over 27 square miles. The Orange Police Department was the 2015 James Q. Wilson Community Policing Award recipient.
Where is the Orange Jail?
The city of Orange is served by the County Jail located at 1900 West Katella Avenue, Orange, CA, 92867. The jail’s phone number is 714-538-9391.
Who is the chief of police in the city of Orange?
Robert Gustafson is the chief of police in the city of Orange. Chief Robert Gustafson has served the city of Orange for 41 years, the last 10 years of which he served as Chief of Police. He began his law enforcement career with the Glendale Police; he joined the Orange Police Department in 1979. In 1997, he received the departments “Award of Distinction.” Chief Gustafson has degrees from Cal State Pomona and Cal State Northridge.
Who is the mayor of the city of Orange?
Teresa (“Tita”) Smith is the mayor of Orange, CA. She has been the mayor since 2012. Mayor Smith has been a lifelong resident of Orange and currently resides in Old Towne. She served the city as a city council member prior to becoming mayor. Prior to becoming a city council member in 2004, she served on the Orange Planning Commission. She attended the University of California, Irvine where she earned a degree in social science. Mrs. Smith has a master’s degree from USC.
Who are the representatives for Orange, CA?
Orange is split between the 34th and the 37th Senate District in the California State Senate and is represented by Republican Janet Nguyen in the 34th District and Republican John Moorlach in the 37th District. Within the California State Assembly, Orange is split between the 68th Assembly District and the 69th Assembly District and is represented by Republican Don Wagner in the 68th and Democrat Tom Daly in the 69th . Orange is in the 45th and 46thdistricts in the United States House of Representatives. These are respectively represented by Republican Mimi Walters and Democrat Loretta Sanchez.
Demographic data about Orange
As of 2010, the population in city of Orange was 136,416. This is an increase of 5.9% from 128,821 in the 2000 census. The population of Orange consists of the following: 91,522 (67.1%) White, 2,227 (1.6%) African-American, 993 (.7%) Native American, 15,350 (11.3%) Asian, 352 (0.3%) Pacific Islander, and 5,405 (4%) from two or more races.
Fun Facts about the city of Orange
The city of Orange encompasses 27 square miles and is bordered by Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim and Santiago Canyon. Orange was incorporated in April 1888. The city is 32 miles southeast of Los Angeles.
Most of the homes in the Old Town District were built prior to 1920, these homes have been preserved. This historic district is approximately one square mile. Orange County’s oldest operating bank and soda fountain are both located in this area. The area was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1997.
Orange has been celebrating Labor Day Weekend with the Orange International Street Fair since 1973. The fair is held in the plaza and offers residents an opportunity to taste foods and experience cultures from around the world.
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