24 Hour Bail Bonds:

Los Angeles: 323-547-8786 | Orange County: 714-541-1155 San Bernardino: 909-381-3899 | San Diego: 619-381-4859 | Riverside: 951-445-4155

24 Hour Bail Bonds:

Los Angeles: 323-547-8786

Orange County: 714-541-1155

San Bernardino: 909-381-3899

San Diego: 619-381-4859

Riverside: 951-445-4155

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Orange County Bail Bonds

The County of Orange got its start in the year 1889 when the residents of Los Angeles county’s southern section voted 2,509 to 500 in favor of seceding from Los Angeles County and forming their own county, to be called Orange County. The name was chosen to promote immigration to the area by suggesting a semi-tropical paradise. The sort of place where anything could grow. The County of Orange was officially incorporated on August 1, 1889.

The early economy of the county was dominated by orange and other citrus, as well as avocado crops, and a booming oil extraction industry. The completion of a trolley connecting Los Angeles with Santa Ana and Newport Beach known as the Pacific Electric Railway in 1904 made Orange County an accessible weekend retreat for Los Angeles residents, including celebrities of early Hollywood. When the interstate 5 freeway was completed, more people began to move into the growing suburbs of orange county to work in the developing southern California aerospace industry and other rowing manufacturing sectors at the time. The opening of Disneyland in 1955 further spurred the population growth in the County.

Orange County reached the status of 2nd most populous county in the state of California in the 1980s as the population exceeded two million residents for the first time.

Today, Orange County is home to the headquarters of many Fortune 500 companies including Pacific Life, Broadcom, Ingram Micro, and First American Corporation. Several fashion industry leaders have made Orange County their home as well, such as Oakley, Hurley, as well as fashion retails PacSun and Wet Seal. In the restaurant industry, Taco Bell, Del Taco, In n Out Burger and Claim Jumper all have headquarters in Orange County cities.

Justice has been helping residents of Orange County with Orange County Bail Bonds for more than 20 years. Their team of all-female agents can provide bail bond services anywhere in Southern California and help you or a loved one get out of jail fast! For Orange County Bail Bonds, call Justice at (951) 445-4155 today!

Law Enforcement in Orange County, CA

Orange County Sheriff’s Department

The Orange County Sheriff's Department is the law enforcement agency that serves Orange County. It currently serves the unincorporated areas of Orange County, as well as thirteen contracted cities in the county. Those cities are Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Stanton, Villa Park, and Yorba Linda.

Orange County Sheriff’s Department Locations:

Orange County Sheriff's Department

550 N Flower St

Santa Ana, CA 92703

Orange County Sheriff's Department

11 Journey

Aliso Viejo, CA 92656


Orange County Sheriff's Department Saddleback Station

20202 Windrow Dr

Lake Forest, CA 92630


Orange County Sheriff Department

20994 Yorba Linda Blvd

Yorba Linda, CA 92887


Orange County Sheriff Department

33282 Golden Lantern St

Unit 140

Dana Point, CA 92629

Arrested in Orange County, CA

Remember that any time you interact with law enforcement officers, it is important to stay calm and not escalate the interaction into a volatile situation. If you or a loved one are arrested in Orange County, CA it is in your best interest to stay calm and collected. Maintaining a calm and easygoing demeanor during any interaction with law enforcement will help you to avoid additional, and more serious charges, such as assault and battery against an officer.

If you are arrested, remember:

  • Cooperate with Sheriff’s officers, physically. Don't resist them, even if they feel the need to restrain you.
  • Speak as calmly as possible, if you choose to answer their questions.
  • Don't speak to or yell at any other involved party.
  • Conduct yourself in a dignified way, allowing the officers to see that your behavior was only what was necessary.

If you are arrested in Orange County, California, the arresting officer should inform you of your Miranda Rights:

  • You have the right to remain silent – They can't make you talk, other than to provide your name, address, and show some sort of identification, upon request.
  • Anything you say can be used against you – If you choose to talk to the authorities, the statements you make can be used against you in court.
  • You have the right to an attorney – You can ask to have an attorney present while they question you. If you ask for an attorney but continue to talk to the officers, while you wait for your attorney, the answers you give can still be used against you.

If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you – If you cannot afford an attorney, but would like to have one, the court will appoint an attorney for you, free of charge.

Anyone arrested in Orange County will be taken to a Orange County Jail or detention facility and held until their scheduled court date, or until they post bail, or are released on your own recognizance. The experience can be upsetting and difficult when you find yourself sitting in jail awaiting trial, so have the option to bail out, you will want to take it. For quick and easy Bail Bonds in Orange County, call Justice at (951) 445-4155 today!

Orange County Detention Services

The Orange Sheriff’s Department Custody & Inmate Services Command processes more than 64,000 bookings a year and houses more than 5,000 inmates each day. Their team of dedicated sworn and professional staff are always operating with public safety and the integrity of the criminal justice in mind.

The Inmate Services Division includes Commissary Operations, Food Services and Correctional Programs. They provide quality products, professional services, and nutritional meals for the county’s inmate population in a cost efficient and responsible manner. They are also responsible for offering rehabilitative opportunities and re-entry programs to inmates to help aid in successful community reintegration. 

Most inmates not condemned to penalty or punishment could qualify for bail. For fast and easy Orange County Bail Bonds, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155 today!

If someone you know has been arrested in Orange County, you can confirm that they are in the Orange County Jail facility by checking the inmate locator here. Once at the website, simply enter the name of the person you are looking for into the website form.

Orange County Jail and Detention Facility Locations

Theo Lacy Branch Jail

501 The City Drive South

Orange, CA 92867

(714) 935-6966


Anaheim Detention Center

425 S. Harbor Blvd.

Anaheim, CA 92805

(714) 765-1911


James A. Musick Facility

13502 Musick Drive

Irvine, CA 92618

(949) 855-2613


Buena Park City Jail

6640 Beach Blvd.

Buena Park, CA 90522

(714) 562-3901


Costa Mesa Jail

99 Fair Drive

Costa Mesa, CA  92628

(714) 754-5113


Fullerton City Jail

237 West Commonwealth

Fullerton, CA 92832

(714) 738-6700


Huntington Beach City Jail

200 Main Street

Huntington Beach, CA 92648

(714) 960-8811


La Habra City Jail

150 N. Euclid St

La Habra, CA 90631

(562) 905-9750


Newport Beach City Jail

870 Santa Barbara

Newport Beach, CA 92660

(949) 644-3672


Santa Ana City Jail

60 Civic Center Plaza

Santa Ana, CA 92701

(714) 245-8100


Seal Beach City Jail

911 Seal Beach Boulevard

Seal Beach, CA 90740

(562) 799-4100


Orange County City Holding Facilities:

Small capacity holding facilities are run by the local Police Departments. They are primarily used for housing local arrests.

Here are their locations:

Brea Police Department

1 Civic Center Drive

Brea, CA 92821

(714) 990-7625


Cypress Police Department

5275 Orange Ave.

Cypress, CA 90630

(714) 229-6600


Fountain Valley Police Department

10200 Slater Ave

Fountain Valley, CA 92706

(714) 593-4485


Garden Grove Police Department

11301 Acacia Ave

Garden Grove, CA 92842

(714) 741-7401


Irvine Police Department

1 Civic Center Plaza

Irvine, CA 92623

(949) 724-7144


Laguna Beach Police Department

505 Forest Ave

Laguna Beach, CA 92661

(949) 497-0399


La Palma Police Department

7792 Walker

La Palma, CA 90623

(714) 690-3370


Los Alamitos Police Department

3201 Katella Ave

Los Alamitos, CA 90720

(562) 431-2255


Orange Police Department

1107 N Batavia Street

Orange, CA 92867

(714) 744-7444


Placentia Police Department

491 East Chapman Ave

Placentia, CA 92870

(714) 993-8167


Tustin Police Department

300 Centennial Way

Tustin, CA 92780

(714) 573-3225


Westminster Police Department

8200 Westminster Blvd

Westminster, CA 92683

(714) 898-3315


Inmate Information at the Orange County Jails

It is a stressful experience when a friend or loved one is booked into jail. There may be a lot of confusion and uncertainty, both for the inmate and the loved ones involved. You may have a hard time contacting the person who was arrested after booking, and the complexity and secure nature of the jail system may make it difficult for you to acquire the information you need regarding the arrest. You may have questions about mail, phone calls, visiting, healthcare, and more.  Justice Bail Bonds can assist you with all your bail related needs. Call Justice at (951) 445-4155 today!

Visiting Orange Detention Facilities

Below is the visiting info for the Orange County Central Men's and Women's Jails. Other facilities may have different rules and regulations in place. Please call the facility you would like to visit ahead of time to confirm their unique visitation rules.

Orange County Central Men's and Women's Jails

Visiting Hours: Friday - Monday 8:00am to 5:00pm

Central Jail Scheduling Number: 714-647-4543


  • Visiting will be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. No walk-ups will be accepted.
  • Visiting is limited to one (1) visit for each inmate each week (Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday) and will be continually reassessed.
  • Newly booked inmates under mandatory 14-day quarantine and those housed in medical isolation or quarantine are not be eligible for visitation.
  • Visitors with a scheduled appointment will line up outside the lobby fifteen minutes prior to their appointment and maintain physical distance.
  • The IRC lobby will be limited capacity for those with ADA considerations
  • Parking: Visitors may park in the parking structure across from the Santa Ana Police Department.
  • To schedule a visit, call the scheduling number listed above from 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday-Friday.
  • Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
  • When calling to schedule, please have the booking number of the inmate you wish to visit. Booking numbers can be searched through the online database link: Inmate Information.
  • Visitors should be prepared to provide a contact phone number in case of housing changes or other incidents occur that may affect the visit.
  • Two adults and two minors will be permitted to visit any one inmate.
  • Face coverings are required and screening procedures are in place. Face coverings will not be provided. Non-compliance will result in denial of a visit.


  • Visitors are required to show valid photo identification prior to a visit. Only government issued ID’s are accepted (State Driver’s License or Identification Card, Passport, Consular Card, etc.)
  • We strongly urge inmates to coordinate their visits with their loved ones to avoid a situation where the inmates visit is utilized by a visitor they did not wish to see.
  • Each visit will last a minimum of 30 minutes.
  • Two adults and two minors will be permitted to visit any one inmate.
  • Children must be under adult supervision at all times.
  • Upon prior request of the Watch Commander, unaccompanied minor children may visit any relative in custody.
  • Visitors who have been released from jail within the preceding sixty (60) days are ineligible to visit. However, visits between blood relatives (i.e., mother, father, sister or brother) or spouse may be allowed even though the visitor was released from our custody within the last sixty (60) days, with Watch Commander approval.
  • Penal Code 4571 prohibits persons convicted of a felony and who have served time in California State Prison from entering any jail premises without prior approval. Parolees and felons can request a visit by completing the Parolee/Felon Request to Visit form available at the jail lobby.
  • Visitors may only possess identification and keys while inside the facility for their visit.
  • Due to COVID restrictions and protocols, lockers will not be available for storage to prevent gathering and mass movement in the lobby. Visitors should not bring bulk items (e.g., purses, make-up bags, day planners, books, backpacks, baby diaper bags, etc.) to visiting.
  • Visitors with babies or toddlers may possess necessary items such as diapers, wipes, clothing or garment(s) for breast feeding, formula, and bottles, separate from the diaper bag. However, each item will be subject to search.
  • Nursing mothers shall be discreet and covered when breastfeeding their child in the visiting area. Failure to do so may result in termination of visiting for that day.
  • No food, drinks, candy, gum, cigarettes, matches, lighters, pepper spray.
  • Weapons or anything deemed inappropriate are not allowed in this facility.
  • Cell phones, laptops, cameras and other electronic devices are prohibited and not allowed on the facility.
  • All documents requiring an inmate's signature requires the permission of the visiting staff.
  • Clothing that is derogatory, offensive, revealing, or deemed inappropriate by the visiting staff will not be allowed.
  • Visitors under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be allowed and are subject to arrest.
  • Visitors shall proceed to their assigned seat and remain there until the inmate arrives.
  • Visitors who are disruptive or interfere with the normal operations of the facility are subject to removal from the facility and/or arrest.

Bail at the Orange County Jails

If someone you know and care about is being held at an Orange County Detention facility or a city holding facility while they await their court appearance, you may have the option to post bail. Posting bail is your easiest option to get out of jail and back to your normal life. To the find bail amount required to obtain their release, you'll need to check the Orange County Bail Schedule.

To Calculate Bail for Felony Charges:

  • Find the count that could carry the longest jail time.
  • Find the bail amount from that charge.
  • Check the “Special Bail Section” to see if there is a larger amount that could apply. You'll have to use the larger amount if it applies.
  • Add bail for all enhancements of the original charge.
  • Bail bonds will have to be posted for each charge.

In some cases, usually when the charges are severe, the defendant will not be allowed to post bail until a hearing has taken place.

PC 1275 Hold on Bail in Orange County, CA

Money used to post bail must be obtained through legal means. If it is suspected that the money being used for bail was obtained through illegal activity, special paperwork may be filed which requires that no bail be available to the defendant until a hearing has been held. For help in getting a PC 1275 Hold on Bail released, call the bail bond experts at Justice Bail Bonds. (951) 445-4155.

Orange County Courthouses

There are several Criminal Court locations serving Orange County:

Central Justice Center

700 Civic Center Dr. West

Santa Ana, CA 92701

(714) 834-2801


Harbor Justice Center

4601 Jamboree Road

Newport Beach, CA 92660

(949) 476-4822


Lamoreaux Justice Center

341 The City Drive South

Orange, CA 92868

(714) 935-7858


North Justice Center

1275 N Berkeley St.

Fullerton, CA 92835

(714) 773-4523


West Justice Center

8141 13th Street

Westminster, CA 92683

(714) 896-7310


Jury Duty at the Orange County Courthouse

Jury duty in Orange County is mandatory. Jurors' names are obtained from voter registration rolls and DMV records. If you've been contacted by the county for jury duty, you can check your status by calling (760) 201-8600 x130.

When reporting for jury duty, business attire is suggested. Clothing such as tank tops, shorts, strapless dresses, beach shoes, or bare feet would be considered inappropriate attire and will not be allowed in the courtroom. You will be required to pass through the metal detectors located at the entrances. No weapons, of any kind, are allowed in the courtroom, and cameras are prohibited, as well.

If you cannot fulfill your jury duties, be sure to fill out the request to postpone service, or email the court. Failing to appear for jury duty can result in a fine, jail time, or both. Call Justice Bail bonds if you have been arrested due to a failure to appear at jury duty. We’re available 24/7 to help you with any bail bond related needs, (951) 445-4155.

Bail Bond Rates in Orange County

The state of California sets a standard rate that all bail companies must charge to post a bail bond. That amount is 10% of the total amount of bail. This means that if your bail amount were $20,000, the bail bondsman is required to charge you $2,000 to post a bond in place of the that bail. This may still seem like a lot of money, but it is significantly less than having to pay the entire $20,000.

Please note that the rates the law requires for Federal and Immigration Bonds may be higher. They can be as much as 15 – 20%.

It’s important to know that all of these rates are set by state statute, and all bail bond companies are required to charge this amount.

However, there is good news, discounts are available from Justice Bail Bonds. California law allows for a discounted rate on bail bonds if the defendant retains a private attorney and pays the premium in full within 72 hours. These discounts are available for government union workers, members of the military, and AARP members. Qualification for a discount is determined by the surety company that is writing the bonds for the bail bond company.

Best Rates on Bail Bonds in Orange County

Justice Bail Bonds has been serving the people of California for well over twenty years! They know and understand the stress and challenges that jail time can bring on a family. The all-female, bi-lingual staff at Justice is committed to helping your family in these hard times. Anyone who is incarcerated is unable to care for their children, provide for their family, or repair strained relationships. The bail bond professionals at Justice understand that when someone faces jail time, bail is often the best way to maintain your freedom and keep your family together.

Bail can be very expensive. Paying the full amount of cash bail is often not an option for the average person. Often, it’s just beyond your financial abilities. Whatever your current financial circumstances may be, Justice Bail Bonds is committed to working with you to get yourself or your loved one out of jail and back home where they belong. Justice offers no down bail options on approved credit, and will work with you to figure out what type of payment plan will work best for you and your family.

Justice Bail Bonds Offers assistance with:

  • The Best Rates on Bail Bonds in Orange County, CA
  • The Ability to Write Large Bail Bonds (over 2 million)
  • Payment Plans for Bail Bonds
  • No Down Bail Bonds (OAC)
  • 1% Bail Bonds
  • Bail Bond Payment Plans
  • Low Monthly Payments
  • Accept All Major Credit Cards
  • Online Payment Options
  • All Paperwork Can Be Submitted Online
  • Military Discounts
  • All Female Staff
  • Bilingual Staff
  • 20 Years of Experience in The Bail Bond Industry

Bail Bond Payment Plans in Orange County

Justice Bail Bonds can help get you financing for bail bonds regardless of your credit situation. If you or a willing cosigner has a job, we can get you a bail bond loan and help you get out of jail fast!

Who Has the Best Bail Bonds in Orange County?

Justice Bail Bonds offers:

  • The lowest bail bond rates allowed under the law.
  • No hidden fees or annual charges.
  • Interest-free financing on bail bonds. (OAC)
  • No collateral required! Your job is your credit!
  • Military discounts for service members.
  • Female owned and operated.
  • Bilingual staff – All of our agents speak English and Spanish.

Justice Bail Bonds accepts payments online, over the phone, or in person, whatever is most convenient and comfortable for you! We accept all major credit or debit cards and welcome wire transfers, money orders, and PayPal and Zelle payments. We do all we can to make payments on your bail bond as easy as possible! Give us a call today to find out how easy making payments on a bail bond can be! Call (951) 445-4155 to talk directly with a bail bond professional and discuss your bail bond situation.

Domestic Violence Bail Bonds in Orange County

If you are charged with domestic violence you will be going to jail until you can answer your charges in court. However, the good news is by posting bail you can get out of jail, instead of sitting in there waiting until your court date. For domestic violence charges in Orange County, the defendant will be taken to the Orange County Jail to be processed and charged. But once the paperwork has been filed and a mug shot and fingerprints have been taken, the defendant will have an opportunity to pay cash bail or post a bail bond if they don’t want to wait in jail until their court date.

If you or someone you care about needs help with domestic violence bail bonds in Orange County, CA, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155.

Other Charges Related to Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence is the most common charge referred to when a verbal or physical altercation between intimate partners develops and the Sheriffs get involved, however there are other charges closely related to these types of altercations between partners.

Other Charges involved with domestic violence include:

  • Corporal Injury of Spouse
  • Corporal Injury of a Cohabitant
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Spousal Abuse
  • Violation of Penal Code 273.5

California Penal Code, Section 13700

Domestic Violence is defined as “abuse committed against an adult or fully emancipated minor who is a spouse, former spouse, cohabitant, or person with whom the suspect has had a child or is having or has had a dating or engagement relationship.” (California Penal Code, Section 13700)

The definition of abuse may include:

  • Physical Abuse
  • Verbal Abuse
  • Abusing Trust
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Psychological Abuse
  • Coercion
  • Harassment
  • Economic control
  • threats and intimidation
  • Destruction of Property
  • Isolation

Arguments are unavoidable. But it is important to remember that when you argue with someone you are in a relationship with you must stay calm. If you have a temper you should separate yourself from the situation as quickly as possible so that you can calm things down. Don't ever let your temper take control of you.

In the unfortunate situation that things get out of control, and you find yourself dealing with the police over a domestic disturbance or domestic violence issue, we can assist you with the process of bailing out of county jail to get you back home. Then you can get to work repairing your marriage or relationship in a responsible way.

Call the discrete, experienced bail bond agents at Justice Bail Bonds for assistance with domestic violence bail bonds in Orange County. Call (951) 445-4155 today!

Orange County Bail Bonds for DUI

If you have been arrested for DUI or someone you know and care about has been arrested for DUI, you will want to post bail to get out of jail quickly and affordably. The State of California has some of the toughest DUI laws in the country. The drunk driving laws for California can be found in Vehicle Code Section 23152 and Vehicle Code section 23153. They state:

  • 23152(a)– It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of alcohol to operate a vehicle
  • 23152(b)It is illegal for anyone who has a blood alcohol content exceeding 0.08% or more to operate a vehicle.
  • 23152(e)– It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of drugs to operate a vehicle.
  • 23152(f)– It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of any combination of drugs or alcohol to operate a vehicle.

In many cases, both the 23152(a) and 23152(b) charges will be filed together.

If you or someone you know has been arrested for DUI in Orange County, call Justice Bail Bonds right now!  The knowledgeable, compassionate team of bail bond agents that work with Justice Bail Bonds can have you out of jail and back home quickly, in hours, not days! For DUI Bail Bonds in Orange County, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155.

Child Endangerment Bail Bonds in Orange County

It is considered Child Endangerment when a minor is hurt—either mentally or physically—or could possibly be hurt, while under the care of an adult who should have or could have foreseen the possibility of harm. Child endangerment is not commonly charged alone, but often an enhancement to another charge. These other charges may include Child Neglect (Failure to Provide Care), Child Abandonment, Failure to Supervise a Child's School Attendance, Corporal Injury of a Child (Child Abuse), or Tattooing a Minor.

If you are in need of assistance with child endangerment bail bonds in Orange County, call the caring professionals at Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155 today!

Covid-19 Updates for Bail in Orange County

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department has implemented containment strategies, and has activated their county communicable disease protocol to protect the inmates and staff at Orange County detention facilities. The Department is requiring enhanced medical screening for all inmates, law enforcement, and staff entering Orange County Jails. This includes temperature screening prior to entering any OC Jail facility. In addition, all incoming inmates are quarantined for up 14 days to limit exposure to the current inmate population. Limited public visiting has resumed in Orange County Jails. However, visiting is limited to one visit for each inmate each week (Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday). This will be continually reassessed.

If you wish to visit an inmate you must call and make an appointment at the facility the inmate is housed at currently. 

The courthouses of Orange County Superior Court are now open for in-person services. Some services may require appointments. Some hearings will continue to be conducted remotely by video appearance. Fully vaccinated members of the public are no longer required to wear a mask/facial covering when entering the courthouse, however unvaccinated members of the public will still be required to wear a mask/facial covering.