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Mission Viejo Bail Bonds

Helping Secure Release from Jail After an Arrest

Bail Bonds Mission Viejo CABail in Mission Viejo can be expensive, making it difficult to get your loved one out of jail following an arrest. Of course, you do not want your loved one sitting behind bars until their case concludes, but what options do you have when the bail amount is beyond your financial means? You can reach out to an experienced Orange County bail bondsman for the help you need to secure your loved one’s release. The bail agency can post a bond on your loved one’s behalf and have them out of jail within a few hours of your contacting their agents (depending on the resources of the facility your loved one is in).

The Bail Boys understands the frustrations and stresses that can arise when you learn your loved one is in jail. That is why our team provides professional and prompt bail bond services in Mission Viejo. We have extensive experience with the bail process and know what forms are needed, who to contact, and where to submit paperwork to secure a person’s release from police custody. We also maintain open communication, ensuring that all parties involved understand their obligations after they have been bailed out.

Our Mission Viejo bail bonds agents are available 24/7 to help you and your loved one. Call us at (800) 798-7366 or contact us online today.

Bail Bonds near Mission Viejo

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What Happens If You Do Not Get Bailed Out of Jail?

Bail serves as a way to ensure that a person arrested and charged with a crime returns to court for their required appearances. After their case concludes, their bail money is returned to them (if they paid out of pocket), or they do not owe any additional fees to the bail agency.

When a person is bailed out of jail, they do not have to wait behind bars while their case is pending. They are free to take care of their daily tasks and responsibilities, such as going to work or school. They also have unlimited access to friends and family members who can offer support during this difficult time. Being out on bail also gives them the time they need to build a strategic defense for their case.

When a person is not bailed out of jail, they remain in police custody until their case finishes. They may then have to miss work or school. Also, they can only see loved ones during the jails visiting hours, which can be mentally taxing. Preparing for their defense may be challenging, as they will not have immediate access to documents and other evidence to hand over to their defense attorney.

Not being bailed out of jail can have several disadvantages in a criminal case. If you are worried about the cost of bail in Mission Viejo, speak with The Bail Boys about your options. We are here to help your loved one get back home as soon as possible.

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How Much Are Bail Bonds in Mission Viejo?

The cost of a Mission Viejo bail bond depends on the amount a judge sets bail at.

The bail amount depends on various factors, including:

  • Whether the defendant has a criminal history
  • Whether the defendant is a flight risk
  • Whether the defendant has work or family obligations
  • Whether the defendant has ties to the community
  • Whether the defendant will endanger the safety of the victim or others

Under California law, bail bond agencies can charge no more than 10% for their services. That means that a bond for bail set at $100,000 will cost $10,000, and a bond for bail set at $50,000 will cost $5,000.

At The Bail Boys, we recognize that even at 10%, bail bonds can be above a person’s financial means. That is why we offer various payment plans, including 2%, 1%, and 0% bail bonds, to fit a wide range of budgets. Reach out to our Mission Viejo bail bonds agents to learn more about these options and the eligibility criteria for each.

What Is the Bail Bond Process?

Mission Viejo California CA bail bonds FAQThe Mission Viejo bail bond process begins after a person has been arrested. They will be booked at the local jail and scheduled for their initial appearance. During this first court hearing, a judge will determine how much bail should be to ensure the safety of the community and that the defendant will return to court.

After bail is set, the defendant or their loved one can contact a bail bonds agency in Mission Viejo for assistance getting out of jail. For a 10% premium, the agency will post a bond on the defendant’s behalf. Within a few hours, the defendant can be back home.

When the defendant is out on bail, they have several responsibilities. They must adhere to the bail conditions set by the court and ensure that they appear at all scheduled hearings. They must also report to the bail bonds office to complete paperwork and provide updates concerning any new court dates.

Contact The Bail Boys Today

If your loved one has been arrested in Mission Viejo, reach out to our team as soon as possible. We will get started processing your paperwork right away and deliver the guidance you need throughout the bail bond process.

Call us at (800) 798-7366 or submit an online contact form to get started today.

Jails, Police Departments, and Courthouses in Mission Viejo

When bailing your loved one out of jail, you may need to contact several different agencies. To make things more efficient for you, our team at The Bail Boys has gathered the address, phone numbers, and hours for the jails, police departments, and courthouses in and around Mission Viejo. If you need your loved one’s booking information, click on this link for the Orange County Inmate Locator.

Mission Viejo Police Department


200 Civic Center

Mission Viejo, CA 92691


(949) 770-8433


Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Orange County Sheriff’s Department


550 N. Flower Street

Santa Ana, CA 92703


(714) 647-7000

Theo Lacy Facility


501 The City Drive South

Orange, CA 92868


(714) 935-6940

Visiting Hours:

Friday through Monday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Central Men’s and Women’s Jail


550 N. Flower Street

Santa Ana, CA 92703


(714) 647-4666

Visiting Hours:

Friday through Monday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Harbor Justice Center – Newport Beach


4601 Jamboree Road

Newport Beach, CA 92660


(657) 622-8459


Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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