Laguna Beach

How to Obtain a Bail Bond in Laguna Beach?

laguna-beach-bail-bondsmanIf the individual in question has been arrested in Laguna Beach , there is some important information that you may need to know.

Fortunately, our experienced bondsmen have been operating through the Laguna Beach Police Department for many years. Our family-owned business has countless referrals from defense attorneys, public defenders and past satisfied clients.

Our well-respected reputation and extensive experience are well known in the City of Laguna Beach and around Orange County, so give us a call to help you through this difficult process.

Have question about Laguna Beach bail bonds?

We know all too well what a difficult experience in getting a bail bond can be. It can not only be confusing and stressful, but it can be taxing on your nerves and time. For well over eleven years of operating throughout the state of California, Premiere Bail Bonds has provided services to thousands of clients statewide and nationally. Our experienced and licensed bail bondsmen can expedite an immediate release for your friend or loved one by calling our toll-free number 1-800-662-0056 . Through the telephone or through the fax machine, we can find out where an individual is being kept as well as the bail amount, the booking number, what the exact charges are, and the inmate’s court date and time just to name a few.

Below you will find important information pertaining to releasing someone from Laguna Beach Jail . Basically, if the individual in question has been taken into custody in Laguna Beach they may be held for up to three days before going to court. If the jail facility is overcrowded or extraordinarily busy or if the individual has outstanding warrants, the inmate may be transported to the Orange County Jail Facility . The jail facility in Laguna Beach is fairly small and chances are that the individual has been transported are great.

Below you will find some commonly asked questions regarding the Laguna Beach Jail as well as important information on the Orange County Jail and Orange County Superior Court and some maps.

Typical questions about bail bonds and the overall process in Laguna Beach

How long is the booking process for an inmate
In the Laguna Beach Police Department it can be from 2-4 hours depending on how busy the facility is. The Orange County Jail facility can take up to eight hours again depending on how busy and overcrowded they are.

How can I post bail/bond for an inmate in Laguna Beach?
The bail window in Laguna Beach Police Department is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. After twenty-four hours, the inmate is then transferred to the Orange County Jail facility. In the Orange County Jail, if the inmate is a new booking and has completed the booking process or has appeared in court and has been remanded to the custody of the Sheriff, bail can be posted at the IRC Cashier’s Office at 550 N. Flower St., Santa Ana. If the inmate has been sentenced, bail cannot be posted. Bail/Bond information will be available approximately six hours after booking time.

When does an inmate have to appear in court?
Usually it takes up to 72 hours for an inmate to be turned over to the court where bail is determined. You can also find out by calling 714-647-4666 at the Orange County Jail.

How can I get some or all of an inmate’s property released to me?
For the Orange County jail facility: during regular visiting days and times, simply advise the Deputy at the information desk that you need a Property Release Form Complete the form in detail and return it to the Deputy who will obtain the inmate’s signature. When the form is signed, the property will be brought to the information desk. You must wait until all of the above steps have been completed. If you do not wait, the property will be returned to storage and the process will begin again when you return. Only in cases of extreme emergency can it be done outside of regular visiting days and times.

Laguna Beach Police Department
505 Forest Ave.
Laguna Beach, CA 92651