The translation of the name Corona Del Mar is “Crown of the Ocean” and this city’s coastline is famous for calm beach areas and coves with difficult access on fragile trails. It’s home to tide-pools that support a host of sea-creatures and that offer great snorkeling expeditions. The ocean side is popular and maintained and protected by the State Park service with assistance from the Newport Beach Police Department. The Corona Del Mar community resides above the highway and offers casual and scenic overlooks of the Pacific.
The city is less crowded than its immediate neighbors to the North – Balboa and Newport Beach because the ocean side of the highway has fewer services directly accessible from the shore. It takes planning to make a day out of the shore area and it’s not uncommon to see families with coolers or picnic baskets to provide the extras as there are no immediate facilities along the rugged and sloped shore trails. During the high demands of the tourist season, parking and other general conveniences are at a premium and thus regularly policed in the interest of safety and the prevention of vandalism, vehicle break-ins, and general mischief. Every now and again there are problems within the community as well, just like everywhere else.
How to bail out of jail in Corona Del Mar?
Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds agents don’t get to see much of Corona Del Mar unless they want to drive a few extra miles. Their most urgent business, when they are called to service, all takes place at the Newport Beach Police Department’s Jail. Their service is to people who want to bail someone out of jail. Those people call 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 to be connected to a licensed Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds agent who will give them answers, advice and options, and it their matters were handled confidentially. In all the many realms of Orange County, they have delivered bonds for misdemeanor arrests, felony arrests, drug arrests, domestic violence arrests, and DUI-DWI arrests, even when they occur in splendid places like Corona Del Mar.
Who to call for bail bond information in Corona Del Mar?
Mr. Nice Guy offers help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and offers truthful and sincere options for each situation. The agent will investigate the bail amount, which will vary depending on the nature of the arrest. The agent will warn you about the possibility of other existing warrants and the possibility of greater charges. They will guide you to Free Orange County Warrant Checks so that you can check or perform the check for you and on their honor they won’t ask for anything in return.
Should you want to embark on the task yourself, that’s OK, but the path is pretty daunting and has a much simpler option. Ask a Mr. Nice Guy agent to join in the quest by completing the inquiry on the forms page. The agents can answer any questions you have about how bail works, your forms completion, the payments, and the issues at hand. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can be reached toll-free at: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 and can accept immediate calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420.
What Can You Expect from Newport Beach Jail?
Find the Newport Beach Police Department’ Jail 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.
Note: Be wary of rabbits and other wildlife on the less traveled roads, the NBPD won’t take plastic, or any type of cup as payment.
Contact the Newport Beach Police Department (949)-644-3781 for general information or the Newport Beach Jail (949)-644-3672, which is open all the time.
What is a bail bond in Corona Del Mar?
Newport Beach Police service transactions regarding bail are subject to the following rules:
- If the arrested individual has multiple warrants, there must be a separate
- No combining methods of payment (part credit card, part cash)
- No post-dated checks
- No checks accepted at all for bails larger than $7,500.00
- No business checks accepted
- No out-of-state checks accepted
- No bail accepted if arrested on a warrants issued outside of Orange County
- No third party checks
- All person’s incarcerated are subject to the single $355 booking fee
- “NBPD-acceptable” payment for each warrant.
Note: Wait to see what the next rules will bring - No VISA© No MasterCard© and basically no plastic at all.
The Newport Beach Police Department has the following rules for receiving an acceptable payment:
- Cash in US Dollars, branded by the U. S. Treasury Department
- Personal Check on a Local Bank with proper ID
- Money Order
- Cashier’s Check drawn on a Local Bank
- Travelers Checks.
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24 Hour Bail Bonds Services in Corona Del Mar?
If you feel that you can’t handle the quest alone, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds toll-free at: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 as soon as possible to be connected to a licensed Bail Bonds agent. Additionally, Mr. Nice Guy can accept immediate calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420. The knights of Mr. Nice Guy feel it’s their duty is make arrangements to have your loved one bailed out of Newport Beach as soon as possible. They make this pledge to you.