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Questions to Ask a Laguna Beach Bondsman

May 10, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

If someone you care for has been arrested and booked into the Laguna Beach Jail, you will want to contact an Orange County bail bondsman as soon as you learn of the arrest.

All California bail bonds (and jail bonds) companies are required to charge the same 10% rate, but that’s not to say that each Laguna Beach bondsman is like the next.  Before you decide which company you want to work with, its best to start off by asking a few questions.

When you contact a bondsman in Laguna Beach ask what types of payments they accept.  Will you need to pay up front, in full, in cash, or can you pay using a debit or credit card.

If you need help with a Laguna Beach bail bonds payment plan ask about the terms and conditions.  How much money will you need for a down payment?  Do they charge interest or finance fees?  Will the balance need to be paid in full within 12 months?

The second question you should ask is whether they post ASAP bail bonds.  If they can’t post bail bonds in the middle of the night or during non-standard business hours, and the defendant has been arrested at night, on a holiday or during a weekend, you may want to hang up and call someone else.

For more information on bail bonds in Orange County, CA call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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Fast Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

May 1, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

If someone you care for has been arrested by a member of the Laguna Beach Police Department you’ll want to post Laguna Beach bail bonds as quickly as possible.

Our company has years of experience with ASAP bail bonds and we offer the fastest bail bonds service in Orange County, CA.

The good news is that you can start the Laguna Beach bail bonds process as soon as you learn the defendant has been arrested. We can help guide you through the bail bonds application and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about how bail bonds work.

Payment plans are always available to those who qualify and consultations are free.  If you need help getting someone out of the Laguna Beach Jail fast, we can help.  Call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a local bondsman in your area. We provide Orange County bail bonds services 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.

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If you’ve learned that someone you care for has been arrested and booked at the Laguna Beach Jail you’ll want to contact a bondsman in Laguna as quickly as possible.  When you call our office, you’ll be able to speak directly with an Orange County bail bonds agent at any time, day or night.

When you contact the bondsman in Orange County they can help you understand how bail works, how bail bonds fees work and the responsibilities you’ll taken on when you cosign for California bail bonds.

The most important thing you’ll want to remember about bail bonds is that when you cosign for the defendant, you’ll be taking full legal responsibility for two things.  First, you’re taking responsibility the defendant will go to court as often as needed to finish their case.  Second, you’re taking responsibility for payment of the bail bonds fee. In California, the cost to purchase bail bonds will be 10% of the defendant’s total bail amount.

For more information on how bail works in Laguna Beach call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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How to Post Laguna Beach Bail Bonds

March 6, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

If you know someone who has been arrested and booked into the Laguna Beach Jail, you’ll want to contact an Orange County bail bonds specialist ASAP.  Bail bonds in Laguna Beach can be posted at any time, day or night, weekends and holidays included.

The process of hiring a bondsman in Laguna Beach is not nearly as complicated as people think it will be.  The Laguna Beach bondsman will start by asking you to provide the defendant’s first and last name.  If you know their charges and bail amount, you can give them that information too. If you don’t know the charges or bail amount, that’s OK. The bondsman can look that information up very quickly.

From there, the bondsman will ask you to complete an Orange County bail bonds application. This will take about 5 minutes. Once the application is complete and payment arrangements have been made, a bondsman will be dispatched to the jail in Laguna Beach to post the defendant’s bail bonds.

If you need help getting someone out of the Laguna Beach Police Department jail call us now at 888-224-5266.

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A spokesperson for the Laguna Beach police Department said they’ve arrested a man on suspicion of DUI, and felony hit-and-run, following a mid-January collision.

The incident happened on Jan. 19, according to a report by LagunaBeachIndy.com, after the 21-year-old suspect crashed his car into “a structure and a gas line.”

The crash happened just after 1 a.m., the report notes, but the now-defendant didn’t stick around to talk to the police.  He took off on foot but officers said they took him into custody at his residence, which was located about a block from the crash site.

The man was booked at the Laguna Beach Jail on suspicion of felony DUI.  He’s also being charged with hit-and-run, since he fled the scene of the crime.  His bail bonds were set at $100,000.

It’s unclear if he hired a Laguna Beach bail bonds company to help get him out of jail.

Original article:  Police arrest driver who flees collision

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Laguna Beach Police Arrest Suspected Arsonist

January 6, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

Representatives from the Laguna Beach Police Department have confirmed that 27-year-old Thomas Richeson has been arrested on suspicion of arson.  Police believe he’s responsible for setting a brush fire in November.

The blaze shut down a portion of Laguna Canyon Road.

According to a report by OCRegister.com, Richeson was taken into custody in mid-December; he was booked at the Orange County Jail where he is currently being held on a no-bail bonds hold.

When the court issues a no bail bonds hold, the defendant is not permitted to be released from custody pending trial.

Authorities said they were able to use video footage from an animal shelter to help identify the suspect.  A witness also made a statement, indicating he saw a man running from the area where the fire started.

It’s unclear whether Richeson has a prior history of arrest.

Original article:  Man arrested in Laguna Beach brush fire

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Laguna Beach PD Seeks to Hire Beach Patrol Officer

December 12, 2016 Comments Off on Laguna Beach PD Seeks to Hire Beach Patrol Officer posted by: Bail Expert
 

A spokesperson for the Laguna Beach Police Department has confirmed that the LBPD is looking to hire an officer to patrol local beaches.  The new hire, according to a report by Patch.com, will be charged with “assisting in the patrol and enforcement of municipal and state codes.”

All applicants must have a valid driver’s license; they must also have the ability to obtain a Class C driver’s license, as well.

The Beach Patrol Officer will also help with traffic control and will be charged with interacting with locals and visitors to ensure that codes, rules and regulations are adhered to.

The LBPD is currently seeking applications who feel they have prior work experience that lends itself to the responsibilities of this position.  This includes, but is not limited to, applicants who have experience with customer service, problem solving and cognitive thinking.

Original article:  Laguna Beach police department looking for beach patrol officer

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Our cousin was arrested a few hours ago and she’s being held at the Laguna Beach Jail.  We want to get her out, but we don’t want to pay to hire a Laguna Beach bondsman if the jail is going to let her go on her own recognizance.  How can we find out if we’ll need to hire an Orange County bail bonds agent?

The fastest way to determine whether you will need to hire a bondsman in Laguna Beach is for you to contact a local bondsman directly.  The person you speak with will be able to contact the jail to learn what your cousin’s charges are, how much her bail is and whether the jail will require you post bail bonds in order to have her released from custody.  Call our office now at 888-224-5266 to receive a free, no-cost bail bonds consultation.  Someone is here to help you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

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What To Do If You’re Arrested In Laguna Beach

September 28, 2016 Comments Off on What To Do If You’re Arrested In Laguna Beach posted by: Bail Expert
 

When someone is arrested by a member of the Laguna Beach Police Department, the first thing they’ll want to keep in mind is to stay calm.  Arguing with law enforcement officials, trying to escape and/or trying to talk their way out of the arrest will not do the defendant any favors.

Arrestees should be cooperative, provide basic answers to basic questions (name, address, etc.) and they should refrain from discussing the details of their case with anyone if they do not have an attorney present.  Once they arrive at the jail, they will be provided access to a telephone, at which point they will want to try to contact a friend or family member to ask for help with starting the bail bonds process.

While the defendant is in custody, they should be polite, refrain from making heated political or religious statements and they’ll want to keep in mind that they are not in there to make friends.  For more information on how someone should handle themselves if they are arrested, or for more information on how the Laguna Beach bail bonds process works, call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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Getting Laguna Beach Bail Bonds On A Weekend

August 9, 2016 Comments Off on Getting Laguna Beach Bail Bonds On A Weekend posted by: Bail Expert
 

Our friend was arrested last night after he got in a fight outside one of the bars.  We want to get him out ASAP but someone told us that we can’t get bail bonds on a weekend.  Is that true? He has work on Sunday and we’re trying to make sure he doesn’t miss his shift.

The good news is that whoever told you that has their facts wrong.  Bail bonds in Laguna Beach can be posted at any time, day or night, weekends and holidays included.  And since the Laguna Beach Jail is one of the smaller facilities in Orange County, the release times tend to be pretty quick. In most cases, defendants are released within 30 minutes of their bail bonds being posted. At this point, you’ll want to reach out to an Orange County bail bonds agent to start the process. The bondsman can help you understand how bail works and what you’ll need to do to help get your friend out of jail fast.

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