Experienced Bail Bondsman in Tustin, California

If you find yourself in need of bail bonds in Tustin, Angels Bail Bonds is here for you.

Our fifty years of experience as a bail bondsman in Orange County guarantees that our competent and professional staff will be ready and willing to help!

We know what’s important to you:

  • Getting out of jail fast
  • Low priced bail bonds
  • All payment types accepted
  • Exclusive financing options available

Rest assured that we will maintain the strictest privacy while guiding the defendant’s family through the necessary steps.

We are open 24/7, allowing our staff to respond in minutes.

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  • Amber came out of jail a couple of hours ago and I still can’t believe how quickly and easy it was. Again guys, thank you so much! Madeline S. Tustin, CA 06/20/2017
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How Do Bail Bonds Work?

The purpose of the bail system is to ensure that a defendant will be present for trial and any pretrial hearings they face.

The process of bailing a friend or family member out of jail, while initially daunting, is relatively simple.

When someone is arrested, the judge sets their bail. The amount is dependent upon their criminal history, the severity of the charges, if they are employed, and if they have ties to the community.

If the person cannot afford the bail, they will need the services of a bail bondsman. A small fee is paid to the bondsman, who then assumes the responsibility of the full bail amount.

There is certain information that you will need when calling a bond agency. It will speed the process along if all the information is ready.

  1. The full name of the person in jail
  2. What jail they are in
  3. Their booking number
  4. The charges
  5. Any other information you can get

You may be wondering where you go to pay the bail. Depending on your proximity to the jail, the bondsman can usually meet you there. Some may be willing to come to your home. If you are in a different city, it can also be handled electronically or even over the phone.

Many different items of value can be used as collateral if the money for bail isn’t readily available. This can include property, jewelry, art, or anything else with enough worth.

After the percentage fee has been paid or the collateral signed over, the bondsman will post the bond. The person who has been arrested will then be released, though the time this takes can vary. It could be a short time, or it could take several hours.

Once the defendant has been released, the rules of being out on bail will stipulate that he or she must appear for any court proceedings related to their case. They must also follow any other conditions that the bondsman has set.

If the defendant fails to appear in court or violates any of the mandates that were set forth, they can be returned to jail, and the full bail amount will be due.

They would also forfeit any collateral that had been signed over.

The bond obligation ends when the trial ends, whether the defendant is found innocent or guilty. Check out our complete guide on how the bail process works.

The Approval Process

There is never a convenient time to have to deal with the bond process. Fortunately, we can usually approve your bond in as little as 15 minutes. The process involves answering some questions about the circumstances and collecting any other relevant information.

Payment Options. We accept all forms of credit card, cash, check, and bitcoin.

Exclusive Financing Options. We offer a broad range of payment options, specific to each case. Call us to see what we can do for you.

Collateral. We accept collateral to secure against the debt obligation in case the bail is forfeited. Collateral can include motor homes, boats, property liens, jewelry, or anything with a value equal to the amount of the bond. Physical items are stored in a secure location until the case is resolved.

City of Tustin

Locals refer to Tustin as “The City of Trees”, due to the abundance of century-old trees that cover the area.

Tustin sits in Orange County and is located next to Santa Ana which is the county seat.

It is bordered by Irvine to the south and east, Orange to the east, and Santa Ana to the west.

The city is served by the Tustin Police Department.

Tustin Police Department

The Tustin Police Department serves the nearly 80,000 residents of the city of Tustin, California. It is located at 300 Centennial Way, Tustin, California 92780. If you wish to reach the station by phone, call 714-573-3200 to reach the front desk. The non-emergency/dispatch number is 714-573-3225. You can also visit their website for additional information.

Tustin Jail

The Tustin Jail is a city jail that is used to confine inmates for short periods of time while they are waiting for trial or to be processed. While it is a smaller facility with fewer amenities, inmates are given meals and access to bathroom facilities. There is also an area for socialization.

The phone number for the jail is 714-573-3200.

Tustin Jail Inmate Information

For information on an inmate, you may call the Inmate Information Line at (213) 473-6100. You can also visit this website for a current listing of inmates, or your bail bondsman will be happy to do the lookup for you.

Getting Arrested in Tustin

Crime Statistics. Tustin has a crime rate of 42, meaning it is safer than 42% of the cities in the United States. Out of 1,496 crimes reported in the last year, 139 were violent crimes and the rest were property crimes.

Theft is the most reported non-violent crime, while assault is the most reported violent crime.

Most common crimes requiring our services include DUI and domestic violence, (battery, penal codes 242, 243, 245, 273, 236, corporal injury of spouse) .

There is a range of other infractions that we handle bail bonds for. Some of them are: DUI with great bodily injury, repeat DUI/2nd DUI, shoplifting, and petty theft, battery, assault, assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism, marijuana offenses, possession for sales (drug related), fraud/embezzlement, robbery, federal bonds, attempted murder, and murder.

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