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If you have a friend or family member who has been booked at the Laguna Beach Jail, it’s natural to want to get them out of jail as quickly as possible.

The cost to purchase bail bonds in Laguna Beach may be only 10% of the defendant’s total bail amount, but that can still translate into needing to come up with thousands of dollars on a moment’s notice.

If you need help with a bail bonds payment plan, we can help. Our office has been offering low money down bail bonds payment plans for decades. We can help you understand how bail works and we can walk you through the application over the phone.

Once the paperwork is complete and the payment terms have been approved, an Orange County bondsman will be dispatched to the Laguna Beach Police Department jail to post the defendant’s bail bonds.

If you have questions about how affordable bail bonds payment plans work call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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A representative from the Laguna Beach Police Department has confirmed that both property crime and violent crime rates declined during 2017.

Incidents of violent crime, which include robbery, homicide, assault likely to cause serious injury, and rape fell by 21 percent; this is a stark contrast from 2016, when the city saw an 18 percent jump in these types of crimes.

Incidents of property crime, which include arson, auto theft, burglary and theft, fell by 15 percent during 2017.  LBPD officials believe the drop in property crime is directly linked to increased beach patrol efforts.

The Laguna Beach PD official also noted that while violent crime and property crime rates have fallen, that the city has continued to see upticks in burglary rates.

Officers want to remind all residents and visitors that they should always lock the doors, windows and garages of their homes when they leave.

When someone is arrested for a violent crime, property crime or burglary in Laguna Beach they’ll be taken to the Laguna Beach Jail for booking.

Original article: Violent and property crimes declined in Laguna Beach in 2017, data show

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I’ve never done this before so I’m not sure how it works. My husband was arrested on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge and he’s being booked at the Laguna Beach Jail. The officer told me his bail will be set at $25,000. Do I need to put the house up to get him out?

It would be very unusual for a bondsman to require you post collateral for this type of bond. Bail bonds collateral is generally used in one of two situations. The first, would be if your husband’s bail was set in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. The second, would be if you have shaky credit, but you are looking for a bail bonds payment plan with a low down-payment and low-monthly payments.

For more information on how Laguna Beach bail bonds work or what needs to be done to get your husband out of the Laguna Beach Jail fast, call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a local bondsman you can trust.  All calls are handled confidentially, and consultations are always free.

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Honest Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

February 7, 2018 No Comments » posted by: admin
 

If you’re like most people, you’ve never been in a position where you’ve been asked to help bail a friend or loved one out of the Laguna Beach Jail. Perhaps the only exposure you have to the bail bonds industry comes from what you’ve seen on TV or in the movies.

Contrary to popular belief, bail bonds agencies aren’t staffed with big, scary looking biker guys who have long beards and lots of tattoos. We don’t operate in dimly lit offices that are filled with cigar smoke.

At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we have decades of experience in providing our clients with honest bail bonds and reputable bail bonds services in the Laguna Beach area.  We can help you with bail bonds at night, bail bonds on weekends and we can even help post bail bonds on holidays.

If you have questions about how bail bonds in Laguna Beach work or you have questions about how the arrest and booking process works at the Laguna Beach Jail, call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a licensed Orange County bail bonds agent you can trust.

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Grand Theft Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

January 26, 2018 No Comments » posted by: admin
 

If someone has been booked into the Laguna Beach Jail on suspicion of grand theft, you’ll want to contact a Laguna Beach bail bonds agent as quickly as possible.

In the state of California, grand theft is generally charged 487 PC and it can be prosecuted as a misdemeanor or felony. Felony grand theft is when the defendant is arrested on suspicion of stealing more than $950 in value.

Our company has decades of experience in helping arrange bail bonds for misdemeanor theft charges in addition to bail bonds for felony theft charges. When you contact our office, you’ll be directly connected to a local bondsman who will take as much time as needed to help you understand how bail works and what needs to be done to get your loved one out of jail fast.

All calls are handled confidentially, and consultations are always free.  If you need help with bail bonds for the Laguna Beach Jail call us now at 888-224-5266.

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No Collateral Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

January 15, 2018 No Comments » posted by: admin
 

When someone is arrested and taken to the Laguna Beach Jail, many people wonder if they’ll need to post bail bonds collateral.

Collateral is an item of value (typically real property, such as a house or a condo) that’s put up to guarantee the bond. If the bondsman asks for collateral, they will ask if the cosigner is willing to do a lien against their home until the case is over and the bail bonds premium is paid off. Once both of these conditions are met, the lien will be removed.

You should know that not all bail bonds require collateral. If the defendant’s bail amount is very high, or if they live in another state and are just visiting California, the bondsman may ask for collateral.

Remember, every case is different, so there is not an easy one-size-fits-all answer as to whether you’ll need to put up collateral for Laguna Beach Police Department bail bonds.

For more information on how bail bonds collateral works call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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A spokesperson for the Laguna Beach Police Department has confirmed they arrested a woman during a routine traffic stop after they found “several hundred prescription pills” in her makeup bag.

It all began when officers received reports that a car was seen speeding; when they located the vehicle, they pulled the driver over.  The woman didn’t show any obvious signs of being under the influence, they said, but they suspected something was a bit off.

They asked the woman if they had permission to search her vehicle, and she said yes.

Officers later found several hundred prescription pills, including Xanax, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, and others in her makeup bag. They even found meth!

A search of her phone showed she was “involved in prescription pill transactions.”

The suspect was arrested and booked at the Orange County Jail on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance for sale, possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Her bail bonds were set at $25,000.

Original article: Laguna Beach police find hundreds of prescription pills during traffic stop; woman arrested

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Laguna Beach Bail Bonds on Christmas

December 15, 2017 No Comments » posted by: admin
 

If someone you care for gets arrested during Hanukkah or Christmas, you’ll want to contact a Laguna Beach bondsman as quickly as possible.  Our Orange County bail bonds agency has years of experience in helping get people out of jail fast.

We offer Christmas bail bonds and Hanukkah bail bonds at any time, day or night. When you call our office, you’ll be directly connected to a licensed bondsman who can help you understand how bail works, the responsibilities you’ll take on when you sign a bail bonds agreement form and how the arrest and booking process works at the Laguna Beach Jail.

We accept many forms of payment including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, cash, debit cards and in some cases, personal checks. Most of our clients find they’re eligible for no collateral bail bonds.

Call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a licensed Laguna Beach bondsman in your area.

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In the state of California, when police are called out to investigate a call about a domestic dispute, there is a very good chance that someone will be arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.

Orange County domestic violence charges can be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the situation surrounding the arrest. As a rule of thumb, if officers believe that one person may have caused physical harm to the other, the arrestee will be charged with felony domestic battery.

Bail amounts for domestic violence charges can range from $10,000 to $25,000 if the defendant is charged with a misdemeanor. Bail amounts for felony domestic violence charges are generally set at $50,000.

If you need help getting someone out of the Laguna Beach jail and you have questions about how bail bonds for domestic violence charges work, we can help. Call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a Laguna Beach bail bonds agent. Payment plans are available to those who qualify, and we have agents available 24-7 to take your call.

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Our son was arrested last night, and he’s being held at the Laguna Beach Police Department. We live in Northern California and we’re worried we won’t be able to post bail bonds because we don’t live in the area. My wife and I have no idea how any of this works and we were hoping you could tell us if we’ll be able to take him out of the jail.

If you and your wife are willing to complete a bail bonds application, and sign to guarantee that your son will come back to Orange County to go to court, you shouldn’t have any problems with hiring a bondsman.  Our company has years of experience in helping families like yours get through situations just like this. We’ll be happy to help you understand how bail works, the responsibilities you’ll take on when you cosign for bail bonds and what will need to be done to get your son out of jail fast.  Call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a local bondsman for a free, confidential consultation.

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