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Thanksgiving Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

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

No one wants to imagine that a friend, family or loved one could go to jail over the Thanksgiving Day holiday weekend.

There are many reasons that people are arrested over the holidays, although the most common arrests tend to relate to driving while under the influence.

If you’ve learned that a friend or family member has been arrested by a member of the Laguna Beach Police Department, we can help.  Our company provides emergency bail bonds service at the Laguna Beach Jail 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days a year. We can walk you through the bail bonds application over the phone in a matter of minutes.

We also offer our clients the option of e-signing or docu-signing the bail bonds application from any computer, smart phone or tablet.  Payment plans are available to those who qualify and consultations are always free.

Call us now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a Laguna Beach bail bonds agent.

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Fast Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

October 30, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

If a friend, family member or loved one has been arrested by a member of the Laguna Beach Police Department, you’ll want to contact a local bondsman as soon as you learn of the arrest.

When you contact an Orange County bondsman early on, you’ll be able to ensure the defendant gets out of jail as quickly as possible.

When you call our office, we’ll start by asking you to provide as much information as you can about the defendant, the circumstances surrounding their arrest, how much their bail is and what they’re being charged with.  If you don’t have all this information on hand, that’s OK. We can look it up quickly.

From there, we’ll walk you through the bail bonds application questions over the phone. We can even send the required documents to your email in a matter of minutes.

Once the paperwork has been returned to us and payment arrangements have been made, the bondsman will be sent to the Laguna Beach Jail to post the defendant’s bail bonds.

For more information on ASAP bail bonds in Laguna Beach call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a bondsman in your area.

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A man who has been identified as the prime suspect in a burglary, in which hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry was stolen from the Shops at the Cliffs, has been arrested.

Representatives from the Laguna Beach Police Department say they’ve been investigating the crime since late-July, after they received video surveillance footage that showed “two men in fancy clothing” in the area of the store.

Detectives tracked one of the men to Oceanside; they decided to make their move as soon as they obtained a search warrant.

The suspect tried to escape on foot but he was unsuccessful; he was arrested with the assistance of the Oceanside Police Department.

Investigators have since confirmed that a search of his home uncovered approximately $500,000 in stolen jewelry along with two loaded guns.  It’s speculated the suspect could be linked to other burglaries in Orange, Los Angeles and San Diego counties.

The suspect, who has been identified as Edward Torrison, is being held at the Orange County Main Jail on $500,000 bail bonds.

Original article: Oceanside man arrested after Laguna Beach police find $500,000 in jewelry, loaded guns

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Laguna Beach PD Arrest 5 in DUI Checkpoint

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

The Laguna Beach Police Department is putting out an important message: if you drive while you’re under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you will be arrested.

Five people were arrested during a DUI checkpoint in late-August, police said, and officers plan to keep holding these types of checkpoints throughout the rest of the year.

A spokesperson for the LBPD said that checkpoints are generally set up in locations “that have the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged deterrence.”

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration officials have said that checkpoints are among the most effective strategies in DUI enforcement.

Those who fail to obey the law will be arrested and booked into the Laguna Beach Jail where they may need to post Laguna Beach bail bonds in order to be released from custody. They’ll also face fines, penalties, the possible loss of their driver’s license and increased auto insurance rates.

It’s estimated that the average cost of a DUI arrest is about $15,000.

Original article: Laguna Beach police arrest five in weekend DUI checkpoint

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Laguna Beach Police Department officials have confirmed the LBPD has made the decision to ban pepper spray, ice picks, rocks, lumber, bricks, metal beverage containers and metal pipes from political rallies.

Any protestor who is found to be in possession of one or more of these items will be cited for a misdemeanor, which means the officer will give them a citation that will have a date and time in which they are to appear in court.  If they skip court, the court will issue a failure to appear warrant.

Authorities say the decision to ban these items came in response to an Aug. 20 America First! Rally. At the rally, police said, they observed some protestors carrying items that could be used “as a weapon or to incite violence.”

Police Chief Laura Farinella told the city council that while protestors are permitted to voice their First Amendment rights, they don’t need to arm themselves in order to do it.

Original article: Laguna Beach bans some items from political rallies

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Our son was vacationing with his friends in Laguna Beach and we haven’t been able to reach him.  My husband and I are worried he may have been arrested (they went to the beach to celebrate his friend’s 21st birthday, so we wonder if the boys may have gotten into some trouble).  How can we find out if he’s at the Laguna Beach Jail? Read the rest of this entry »

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Holiday Weekend Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

August 31, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

No one likes to imagine that a friend or loved one could be arrested in Laguna Beach while celebrating the last weekend of summer.

However, there are times when even the most lawful of citizens find themselves on the wrong side of a set of handcuffs. If you’ve learned that someone you care for has been arrested by the Laguna Beach Police Department, and they are being held at the Laguna Beach Jail, we can help.

Our company has years of experience in helping people post Laguna Beach bail bonds.  We can help you understand how bail works, how bail bonds payment plans work and what you’ll need to do to get the defendant out of jail fast.

We provide 24-hour Orange County bail bonds service and we can even help you complete the bail bonds application form over the phone. Most people find this is the fastest and most discrete way to get someone released from jail.

For more information on Labor Day Weekend bail bonds in Laguna Beach call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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24-7 Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

August 18, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

If someone you care for has been arrested and booked at the Laguna Beach Jail, you’ll want to contact a bondsman that can help you with ASAP bail bonds and 24/7 bail bonds services.

Most people are surprised to learn that just because an Orange County bail bonds company answers its phone 24-hours a day, that’s not to say they will post bail bonds late at night or over the weekend.  You will want to make sure you work with an Orange County bondsman that can help get your loved one out of jail right away.

If you need help with Laguna Beach bail bonds, call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a licensed bondsman in your area.  All calls are handled confidentially and consultations are always free.  Payment plans are available to those who qualify and we accept many forms of payment including cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card and in some cases, personal check.

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Online Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

August 9, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

If you’ve learned that someone has been arrested in Laguna Beach, you may be interested to learn that you don’t need to drop everything to head to an Orange County bail bonds office to get them out of jail.

Although some bail bonds agents in Laguna Beach always require clients come to their office, others offer online bail bonds and bail bonds by e-docs.  Many people find that online bail bonds are the fastest, most convenient and most discrete way to get someone out of jail fast.

When you work with a company that offers online bail bonds, the agent you’re speaking with will go through the bail bonds application with you by phone; once that’s done, they will get an authorization on a debit or credit card. From there, you’ll be able to sign the necessary bail bond documents on your computer or smart phone. Once this step is complete, a licensed bondsman will be dispatched to the Laguna Beach Jail to post the bail bonds.

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

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Can I Post My Own Laguna Beach Bail Bonds?

July 28, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

I recently learned that I have an outstanding warrant in Laguna Beach and I wanted to turn myself in so I can get this handled.  I wanted to know if I’ll be eligible to post my own bail bonds or if I’ll need to have a cosigner.

This is a very common question. As a general rule of thumb, if you have good credit and/or own your home you should be able to arrange your own bail bonds.  In this case, you’ll want to contact an Orange County bail bonds company in advance so you can get the paperwork signed and so you can arrange for payment of your bond.  You’ll also want to make sure they know the date and time you plan to turn yourself in, so you can have a Laguna Beach bondsman standing by. Although the booking process at the Laguna Beach Jail can take anywhere from 4 to 60 hours, you should be released from the jail within an hour of your bail bond being posted.  For more information on how Laguna Beach bail bonds work call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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