SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, MISSION VIEJO, LAGUNA NIGUEL, DANA POINT, SAN CLEMENTE AND LAGUNA BEACH
Although crime in South Orange County is generally not prevalent as other areas of California, it is surprising the large quantity of South Orange County bail bonds that our company handles.
For example, parents call because their son or daughter received a DUI (driving under the influence). Perhaps, a couple gets into a domestic squabble.
Good families have problems. Whether the charges are DUI, domestic violence, drugs, white collar crimes or other violations, we can help.
Our bondsman can guide you through the legal process for South Orange County as well as the large majority of California. We maintain state-of-the-art technology that allows us to post bail bonds virtually anywhere.
We can even handle most bail bonds by e-mail or fax. Many customers are not aware that they can simply pay by credit card and likely won’t need to leave their home to obtain the bond.
Please call us at 714-835-BAIL or 949-733-BAIL and our 24 hour licensed agents can help you.
SOUTH O.C. JAILS
Those arrested in the South OC cities of San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Beach or Dana Point and Mission Viejo are typically taken to one of these jails.
Orange County Jail (Main jail for OC)
550 N. Flower St.
Santa Ana, Ca - 92703
Orange County Bail Information
Laguna Beach Jail
505 Forest Ave.
Laguna Beach, CA - 92651
Phone: 949 497-0701
Laguna Beach Bail Bonds
James Musick Jail Facility
Irvine, CA - 92618
Phone: 949 855-2612
Musick Jail Bail Bonds Information
ABOUT ORANGE COUNTY BAIL
When you call our company, we guide you thorough the entire bail process. A professional bondsman will aid you in locating the defendant, contacting the jail to determine the bail amount, and be your liaison between you and the jail system.
Bail agents are regulated by the California Department of Insurance and operate under strict laws. Sometimes our Orange County clients will get “cold called” by a bail bond company.
You should be aware that any “cold call” from a bondsman is NOT LEGAL. We highly discourage anyone from transacting bail with agents who engage in this type of unethical behavior. Not only is it illegal, it’s unsafe.
Do you want to sign a contract with a bail agent who is breaking the law?
CONTACTING & VISITING O.C. JAILS
Public Jail Information & Telephone Calls
You can call jail directly to get bail information:
Inmate Records (Central Jails) (714) 647-4666
Inmate Records (Theo Lacy Facility) (714) 935-6940
Bail Cashier (714) 647-6087
Inmates will have limited use of phones during the time they are in custody. All calls are monitored by jail staff. Incoming calls to inmates will not be accepted. The Watch Commander will sometimes allow urgent messages, however, and those are handled on a case-by-case basis. Inmates can lose phone privileges if they break rules.
If you choose to visit somebody in jail, you need to be aware of the guidelines:
- You can only visit during regular visiting hours.
- Generally groups must be limited in size.
- Anyone under 18 needs to be accompanied by an adult.
- All persons must have proper ID.
- Visits are limited to 30 minutes.
SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COURTS
Those arrested in South Orange County on criminal or traffic charges typically handle these matters in the following 3 courts locations.
Central Justice Center (CJC)
700 Civic Center Drive West
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Harbor Justice Center (HJC/LN)
Laguna Niguel Facility
30143 Crown Valley Parkway
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677-2089
North Justice Center (NJC)
1275 North Berkeley Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832-1258
HERE FOR YOUR BAIL NEEDS
If you are in need of bail bond for Southern Orange County, we believe our company should be your choice. Additionally, we understand the special requirements necessary for these cities:
Let us help you with your South Orange County bail bonds. When you call you will be greeted by a licensed agent that can answer all your questions. We never close. We can be reached 24 hours per day / 7 days per week. Let us help you.