Bail Bond Articles Regarding Orange

Educating Our Clients with Important Information

At Orange Bail Bonds, we are here to guide you through this difficult situation. Please read these pages for more information:

Bail Costs

Bail Bond Costs A bail bond is a bond fee, or percentage of the actual bail cost. This percentage is actually set by the California Department of Insurance. The law says that an agency must charge 10% of the bail. For example, if your bail is set at $15,000 you must pay a fee of...Read More

Bounty Hunters

The Work of a Bounty Hunter Bounty hunters used to be anyone who saw a wanted poster and went after the criminal on the poster for a reward. Today, bounty hunters are known as fugitive recovery agents. Their job is to track down those that do not appear for their court dates, and in return,...Read More

Following Arrest

The Arrest Process in , Most arrests occur due to probable cause rather than a warrant. Once the arrest occurs the offender is taken to a jail or other law enforcement agency for processing and booking. The only exception to this is of the person needs medical attention. If they do they must be first...Read More

How Bail is Set

How Bail is Set in Bail costs are set at the state level by a panel of judges in each county. Every year, this panel will get together to discuss different local factors and if the bail schedule should change. The bail schedule is the final list of all crimes and their corresponding bail amounts....Read More

Jail Release Options

Your Jail Release Options in When you get arrested, you have a large range of options for release. Many people think that they either pay the full bail or they have to stay behind bars. This is really not the case. If you have the money upfront you can pay the entire bail in cash...Read More

State vs. Federal Bail

The Federal Bail Process While federal bail and bail bonds do have similarities at the state level, there are also many differences. These differences can really seem confusing to a person arrested for a federal crime as well as their loved ones. Like any other bail, the first step is for the judge to set...Read More
For more information on bail processes and what services we provide, contact Orange Bail Bonds today at 714-333-2908.