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Costa Mesa Bail Bonds Process

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Call4Bail Bail Bonds pledges to process your bail bond as smoothly and quickly as possible. We will help you through the bail process with respect and professionalism.

The standard cost - or premium - for a California bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. Some cases may even qualify for an 8% premium. We will gladly work with you to offer comfortable payment plans with no collateral and, sometimes, even 0% to 5% down payment, when qualified. Please note that if charges are not filed, the person is falsely accused, or the case is dismissed, the premium cannot be refunded. The only time premium is reimbursed is if the bail bonds agency is unable to get the inmate out of custody.

The Costa Mesa Police Department makes their bail bond release process fairly fast and smooth. Most often an inmate will be released in a matter of minutes after posting the bail bond depending on the Costa Mesa Police Department's workload. However, at the Costa Mesa Police Department's discretion the bail bond release process could be delayed for any reason. The most common reason for delay would be if the inmate has to undergo a live scan process in order to be released on bond.

Live Scan (Fingerprints)

Live Scan also known as Fingerprints is a process an inmate will undergo if he/she did not carry a valid form of Identification at the time of arrest. The live scan process consists of the inmate having his fingerprints taken and sent to the FBI and the Department of State. The inmates fingerprints are sent to the FBI to be certain of the defendant's identity, record, and verify they do not have any outstanding warrants. They are sent to the Department of State to validate the legal status of the inmate in The United States.

Keep in mind that the Costa Mesa Police Department does transfer inmates to the Orange County Jail Located at:

550 North Flower Santa Ana, CA 92703

If the transfer occurs it will take significantly longer to release your love one out of custody, we understand what you are going through and is not always easy to decide whether to bail someone out, but it is always important to do make your decision as soon as possible it could make a difference of up to 12 Hours from Orange County Jail to minutes from Costa Mesa Police Department

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