Bail Bonds service in Orange County since 1963


Located directly across from the jail




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Five Questions to Ask Your Bail Bonds Agent?

Five Questions to ask your Bail Bonds Agent? When you need to find a reputable bail bonds company, there are five questions that we recommend you ask your Bail Bonds Agent before hiring a bail bond company.

Is your bail company listed with the Better Business Bureau? What is your rating and where can I find the information?

First and foremost establish the credibility and reputation of the company you are doing business with. Ask your bail agent if he or she is licensed in the State of California. In California, to become a bail bonds agent an individual must be eligible, then complete educational requirements, pass an exam, and then have sponsorship of an insurance company. Check with your local BBB to see if the bail company is a member in good standing of their organization. Orange County Bail Bonds has an A+ rating with Santa Ana BBB with no complaints.

What percentage do you charge and why?

When seeking bail bond services in Orange County, you should understand how much it will ultimately cost you and how this process works. Generally speaking, you will be charged a rate of between 8 and 10 percent on any bail bond in California. This rate is applied to the amount of money that it costs to get you or your loved one out of jail. Any rate that falls beyond those parameters is actually illegal and, therefore, should be avoided.

Orange County Bail Bonds charges the lowest rate currently allowed by law.

Will you help me understand the bail bonds process?

We understand that getting arrested or charged with crime is a very stressful event in your life.  We will take time to explain the bail bond process and answer any questions that you have. The bail amount is set at the court at the time of arrest. Typically a family member, friend or defendant will contact a bail bondsman or bail agent such as Orange County Bail Bonds in California to post the bail necessary for the release of the defendant from jail. The person who is guaranteeing the bond is called the the indeminitor or co-signer. He or she will complete the paper work provided by the bail agent for the bond and pay the premium for the bond which is a percentage of the bond amount. By signing the bond, the indeminitor is guaranteeing that he or she will pay the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.

How quickly can you get my friend or loved one out of jail?

The speed of your release will depend on a couple of factors. First, you will start by seeing a judge and having a bail amount set. If there is a delay in seeing a judge, such as due to court backlog, then you spend that time in jail until the judge is available. From there, you can start working with a local bail bond company to negotiate your release. We have convenient locations within minutes of all the major jails in Orange County, allowing us to get started on your case right away, even in the middle of the night.

What are your payment options?

Payment for your bail bonds serves as collateral to pay for a percentage of your bond so that the person arrested and detained by the police can be released from jail until their scheduled court appearance. If the arrestee does not appear in court at the schedule time ordered by the court, the amount of money used to secure your bond is forfeited and the remainder of the bond is due in full. At Orange County Bail Bonds, we accept many forms of payment. We also offer financing. We understand that paying for a bail bond in Orange County CA is an unexpected expense and we try to help provide as many payment options as possible to help you post bail and get your loved ones out of jail.

Orange County Bail Bonds accepts cash, check, cashiers checks and credit cards for payment for bail bonds.

Contact Orange County Bail Bonds at 714-Bail-Out or 714-543-8688 or email at for more information.


Toll Free: 714-224-5688 or (888) BAIL-ALL

Tel: (714) 543-8688

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Main Office

Orange County Bail Bonds
1043 West Civic Center Drive
Suite 100
Santa Ana, CA 92703
Robert L. Miller – CA Ins. Lic.#1840710