Newport Beach Bail Bonds

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds to the Rescue in Newport Beach

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds
800 Newport Center Dr #150
Newport beach, CA 92660
(949) 258-7199
Newport Beach Bail Bonds

Newport Beach is one of the places where you feel compelled to indulge yourself and the area supports all levels of indulgence.  There are casual and relaxed places to shop and dine for the people wearing flip-flops and swimwear, and there are high-end shopping areas, where you’re served refreshments while you wait for fittings.  The city offers something for everyone, normal and extreme recreation, great scenery, snacks, food and drink, and even a nice city jail for local arrests.   The jail does offer a pay-to-stay program for persons wanting to serve their sentences in more pleasant facility. 

What is a bail bond in Newport Beach?

If you find out your loved one in the custody of the Newport Beach Police Department, no VISA®, MasterCard®, or any form of platinum card, or a bank application on a smart phone will secure their exit.  Per the Newport Beach Police Department, an acceptable bail payment must be made by any ONE of the following:

  • Cash in US Dollars
  • Personal Check on a Local Bank with proper ID
  • Money Order
  • Cashier’s Check
  • Travelers Checks
  • BAIL BONDS like a Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bond!

For answers to your questions or speedy rescue call Mr. Nice Guy toll free 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 any time, any day.  A licensed Bail Bonds agent will explain the bail process and guide you through the process with sensitivity and discretion.   A lifeguard is expected to know how to swim and Mr. Nice Guy agents are expected to know how to keep things confidential.

How Can This Happen

The City of Newport Beach has expanded to one of the largest beach area communities in Orange County and has its own Police Department and its own detention facility (jail).  Because of the Newport Beach community resources, the NBPD is equipped with state of the art traffic and ground surveillance, so hardly anything or anyone goes unseen. The Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies are also responsible for the waterways in the area, and employ many of the same technologies in protecting the shoreline, harbors and marinas.  Many of the technologies in use have been developed to assist law enforcement in assessing larger threats and security issues under the Department of Homeland Security.  A useful bi-product of a digital image command center is the ability to substantiate a crime claim or provide evidence to traffic incidents.  The Newport Beach Police Department does maintain a strong patrol presence by bicycle, foot, and vehicles in the interest of public safety.

How to bail out of jail in Newport Beach?

When arrested within Newport Beach or any of the scenic municipalities in NBPD jurisdiction, persons are incarcerated at the Newport Beach Police Department’s Jail.  The bail amount will vary depending on the nature of the arrest, but the Newport Beach imposes a minimum booking fee of $355 added to court charges on conviction.  Most bail requirements depend on the arrest charges and transfer to another facility depends on the arrested person’s warrant status.  Mr. Nice Guy licensed agents have experience dealing with bail bonds for misdemeanor, felony, drug charges, domestic violence, and DUI/DWI charges.  No city or community is exempt from having these types of crimes occur, even among their residents.

Did you check to see if you or anyone you know has any warrants?  Mr. Nice Guy makes the process pretty simple: Free Orange County Warrant Checks.  Contact us toll free at 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 if you think you may have a warrant in Orange County or have questions regarding a Newport Beach arrest.  You can also reach an agent by voice, text, or email at 1-949-445-3420.

Want Your Loved One Released?

The Newport Beach Police Department and Jail are located at the southeast corner of Jamboree Road and Santa Barbara Road.  Jamboree Road has marked off-ramps in both directions of the San Diego Freeway (405) and the Newport Freeway (55) and can also be reached from the East Pacific Coast Highway loop.  Consult a map or GPS to determine your best route to 870 Santa Barbara Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660.

You can reach the Newport Beach Police Department (949)-644-3781 for general information and the Newport Beach Jail (949)-644-3672 is open 24 hours a day.

All Newport Beach Police Services regarding bail are subject to the following rules:

              No business checks accepted

              No out-of-state checks accepted

              No checks accepted at all for bails larger than $7,500.00

              No bail accepted if arrested on a warrants issued outside of Orange County

              No post-dated checks

              No third party checks

              No combining methods of payment (part travelers checks, part cash)

              All person’s incarcerated are subject to the single $355 booking fee

Warning:  If the arrested individual has multiple warrants, there must be a separate check or acceptable payment for each warrant. 

How much is bail in Newport Beach?

As mentioned before, the Newport Beach PD requires bail payment to be made in any one of the following forms:

  • Cash
  • Personal Check on a Local Bank with proper ID
  • Money Order
  • Cashier’s Check
  • Travelers Checks
  • BAIL BONDS like a Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bond!

Get Rescued Fast

In most cases Mr. Nice Guy bail bond agents can prepare to post bond at the Newport Beach Jail with just a few signatures on the standard bail application forms (see our forms page.)  Call Mr. Nice Guy toll free at 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 and get connected to a licensed Bail Bonds Agent.  You can also reach an agent by voice, text, or email at 1-949-445-3420.

A Mr. Nice Guy agent will walk you through the form completion process and answer any questions you have about Mr. Nice Guy’s fees, the bond amount, payments, collateral, and anything else associated with the situation in strictest confidence.

What do you call a business like Mr. Nice Guy that’s there for you 24 hours a day and able to come to the rescue?  PRICELESS!