Bail Bondsman in Pacific Beach
Bail Bonds in Pacific Beach
It’s a stressful time when a loved one or friend has been arrested in Pacific Beach. We understand that, which is why no other bail bond company will work harder to have your family member or friend released quickly from the San Diego jail.
We are your trusted source for Pacific Beach bail bonds. We pride ourselves in our expertise, honesty and confidentiality. When you call, our licensed bail bondsman will listen carefully to your situation and work with you to expedite release. It’s as easy as using your phone, e-mail or Fax. Within minutes, we can have the necessary documents to you. Feel free to call anytime toll-free at 1-877-861-3761 to speak with a bondsman about bail bonds in Pacific Beach. You’ll be greeted over the phone by a live bail bond agent anytime, 24 hours a day.
Police Services for PB
The Northern Division of the San Diego Police Department is responsible for police and protection services in Pacific Beach. The Northern Division substation services the neighborhoods of Pacific Beach, Bay Ho, Bay Park, Clairemont Mesa East, Clairemont Mesa West, La Jolla, La Jolla Village, Mission Bay Park, Mission Beach, North Clairemont, Torrey Pines and University City.
When someone is arrested in PB, men will generally be taken to the San Diego Central Jail. Occasionally, but rarely, they may be taken to the Vista Jail. This jail admits approximately 65% of the arrestees in the San Diego County. Women who are arrested in Pacific Beach or areas in the Northern Division of San Diego County are taken to the Las Colinas Detention Facility (also known as the Las Colinas jail). The Northern Division serves a population of approximately 249,873 people and encompasses 68.2 square miles.
How Do I Post Bail?
When you call our bail bond company, one of our licensed bail agents will ask just few quick questions to get the process started for posting bail in Pacific Beach. Our bondsman will look at factors such as length of time they’ve been living in Pacific Beach (or the San Diego area), their employment situation, credit rating, type of crime, and other factors. This will help us to complete the bond approval process. There is simple bail bond paperwork and we will arrange payment. Once the paperwork is finalized, our bail bondsmen will file, or “post” the bond with the San Diego jail and the defendant will be released. All of this can be done conveniently, confidentially, and most importantly, quickly over the phone in a few short minutes.
How Long will Release Take?
Depending upon different circumstances and once bail is made; release from the San Diego Central Jail Facility should take from approximately 2 to 8 hours. You can call us anytime at our local number 619-224-5669 to speak one-on-one with one of our Pacific Beach bail bondsman to find out more information and to get the bail bond process started right away. You may find other information about bail and release on our FAQs page.
Bail Bond Financing
The bail bond cost which is mandated by California state law is typically 10% of the full bail amount. There are no taxes for a bail bond. For example, if the bail is set at $20,000 the fee charged will be $2,000. We understand that in some cases, especially during these economic times, this may represent a financial burden for you. Should you need financing, we offer creative financial solutions and have several bail bond payment options to choose from. We will let you know if you qualify for financing within a few short minutes. When you qualify, we can work out payments with no finance charges. A credit card is both the easiest and fastest way of paying for a bail bond. We always welcome VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover. You may also pay by cash. Unfortunately at this time we do not accept checks.
At Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we’re here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any of your questions. Call us toll-free at 1-877-861-3761. Or, you can call us anytime locally at 619-224-5669 to speak with one of our Pacific Beach bail bondsman and get the bail bond process started right away.