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If you, a friend or a loved one get arrested in the City of Anaheim, you will be taken to the Anaheim Police Department Jail located at 425 S. Harbor Street, Anaheim, CA 92805. 

Once you arrive at the Anaheim jail, you will be booked, fingerprinted and the station jailer will run your name through DOJ. This process is to ensure two things, the first is to make sure you are who you say you are and the second is to make sure you don’t have any wants or warrants from any other county or state. 

We know the first thought that likely goes through your mind is, “How do I get out of jail?” Well, once the jail completes to booking process, they will inform you exactly how much your bail is set at, and you will then be allowed to start making phone calls.

The bail amount is typically set off what is called the county bail schedule. A bail schedule is a list of bail amounts for all crimes committed in the County of Orange.

If there is no bail set, then the inmate will likely have to remain in jail until a bail hearing is held, or the case is terminated.

How to Post Bail in Anaheim

There are two ways you can post bail at the Anaheim Jail;

The 1st way you can post bail in Anaheim; is by posting a cash bail bond.

The 2nd way you can post bail in Anaheim; is by contacting a local Anaheim bail bonds company. Like the professional bail bond agents at Blaine Carbo Bail Bonds.

1st Bail Bond Option

This bail option is known as a cash bail bond and cash bail bonds can be posted 24/7.

Here’s an example of how cash bail bonds work; Let’s say your bail is set at $10,000.00 dollars. You would give the Anaheim jail $10,000.00 in cash, cashier’s check, or money order.

Now, once a cash bail bond has been accepted, the cash, cashier’s check, or money order will be held as collateral by the court.  The money will be returned to the defendant once the case is terminated, so long as the defendant appears for every court hearing.

Please be aware that the Anaheim Jail is not responsible for refunding cash bail posted once an inmate is released from custody.

2nd Bail Bond Option

Hiring a Local Anaheim Bail Bonds Company

Most, if not all local Anaheim bail bond companies are listed in the phone books and online. However, Anaheim jail has what’s called a jail list available to all inmates.

The jail list is a list of all local Orange County bail bonds companies, available to help the inmate post bail 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For a local Anaheim bail bonds company to post bail at Anaheim Jail, the bail bond company must be authorized by the California Department of Insurance to do so. Of course, most bail bond companies will charge a fee between 7 percent and 10 percent of the full bail amount.

Here’s an example of how this fee is calculated.  If the bail is set at $10,000.00 dollars, the fee to the bail bonds company will be between $700-$1,000 dollars.

The amount of money paid to the local Anaheim bail bonds company is non-refundable, because this is the fee the bail bondsmen charge for posting the bail bond.

What Happens Now

After an inmate’s bail bond is posted, he/she will be released from custody. This may take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, depending on how busy the jail is at the time of day the bail bond is posted.

However, the best thing to do is to be patient, as complaining will not get the inmate released any faster and as a matter of fact, could delay the process.

And finally, if you have a friend, or loved one in jail, give Blaine Carbo Bail Bonds in Anaheim a call now.

We are very familiar with the bail bonds process in Anaheim and Orange County. We have been helping reunite families and friends for nearly 30 years and we can help bail anyone get out of jail 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Call now (714) 253-3047 or (888) NO-JAILS.

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