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The first thing that an Orange County resident thinks when moving through San Juan Capistrano is “where’s the HOA?”  The historical town, now a city of more than 35,000, has neighborhoods with homes that are more than 100 years old and hillside “terrace” style townhouse and single-family neighborhoods that are much more like the familiar master-planned tracts of the late 20th Century.  It is actually the blend of originality and uniqueness that’s needed to highlight the oldest occupied non-native community of Orange County, originally established in 1776 under Spanish rule.  Other cities in the county are on land that was owned by Spanish or Mexican families in the 1700s to mid-1800’s, and subsequently American business interests and pioneer families after California was annexed, but those weren’t settled fully with working communities until the late 1800s.

Mr. Nice Guy is a part of San Juan Capistrano even though you may not see him or his bail bond agents near or around it’s adobe-styled downtown area or the train station or the neighborhoods that are threaded through the same hills that inspired writers of novels and poetry with the views of the ocean or the pretty river valley that’s now the San Diego Freeway (Interstate 101/5/405).  Mr. Nice Guy stays invisible until the moment that someone you love has a serious problem with law enforcement in San Juan Capistrano or somewhere else in Orange County.   To make Mr. Nice Guy materialize for confidential assistance dealing with an arrest, call his office toll-free: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 and ask to speak to a licensed agent.  That call can be made any day of the week at any time.

What is bail in San Juan Capistrano?

San Juan Capistrano’s downtown buildings share the terra-cotta roof styling and use arches and adobe stucco to share a similar feel with the oldest structure, the famous Mission, which is a state historical landmark and has earned a Papal designation as well.  Aside from appearing somewhat uniform, a community is defined by shared resident values, a few important friends, a general fellowship among neighbors, and common points of reverence (a church, a vista, or a shared ideology).

Mr. Nice Guy’s licensed bail bond agents share similar opinions, but don’t share your situation with anyone else.  When you call their offices for even the simplest of inquiries, know that they can provide all the answers about getting a person out of jail and what to do to make that happen.  Call 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) or call, text or email messages to 1-949-445-3420 for a private consultation.

Mr. Nice Guy is contacted from all over Orange County to free people who have been arrested for all types of misdemeanor crimes (petty larceny, vagrancy, trespassing), serious felony charges (aggravated assault, drug possession with intent to sell) and for serious personal charges like DUI/DWI.  No one really knows about Mr. Nice Guy because that’s usually not the information that people care to share with others.  That’s OK, Mr. Nice Guy agents are used to being “invisible.”  They are, however, willing to be your friend during a situation that has the potential to be one of your most challenging times of need.

You can opt to initiate the process completely on-line that and that way you can prepare yourself to retrieve your loved one.  To handle the process on-line, access the “Forms” pull down tab.    Remember that the agents can help guide you through the form completion and are prepared to answer all your questions about the fees, the bond amount, payments, collateral, and the complete bail process.

Where to find Bail Bonds Law in San Juan Capistrano

San Juan Capistrano contracts with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department for protection of properties, businesses, tourist areas, and landmarks.  They work to investigate patterns of crime affecting the community and handle incidents on the roads, in establishments, or in the many neighborhoods that require immediate attention.   There is only one place where they take an arrested individual and that’s the Orange County Main Jail in Santa Ana.   It’s the same for the California Highway Patrol Officers; if they must make an arrest, the person is delivered to the same OCSD Main Jail in Santa Ana.

Mr. Nice Guy agents prepare and deliver bail bonds to the OCSD Main Jail all of the time, and sometimes in bulk.  But Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds also knows the rest of Orange County and the cities that have their own police and their own jails.  They are equipped with all the tools to inquire about your loved one’s whereabouts within the detention system and can find the appropriate bail that’s required to get them out.  Bail is based on charges filed for an arrest, and all agencies must follow guidelines for assigning bail amounts appropriately according to the crime for which someone is arrested.  A bail bond is like a promissory note, and it is issued for a percentage of the bail with terms for paying the remainder. 

The difference between being jailed by a Police Department, like Huntington Beach, or being transferred to OCSD Main Jail in Santa Ana is the presence of a warrant.  You can use Mr. Nice Guys link for Free Orange County Warrant Checks and feel free to call to discuss warrants that you find for yourself or any loved one.  Mr. Nice Guy agrees with the old adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  Dealing with old warrants or old problems assists the complete process of securing a release in the event of an arrest.  Make the toll free call to 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) or alternately call, text or email messages to 1-949-445-3420 which is a non-toll free call, to discuss warrant issues that you’ve found.

Where is the Jail in San Juan Capistrano?

There is no jail building in San Juan Capistrano; for visual purposes it is the rear seat of a Orange County Deputy’s cruiser behind a screen with restraints, and perhaps a little head adornment for a ride north.  If more three or more persons are arrested during a stop, you all may be transported in a van.  Your main destination is the OCSD Main Jail in Santa Ana.

Orange County Sheriff’s Department Central Jail Complex

550 N. Flower Street
Santa Ana, 92703
(714) 647-4666 inmate records for bail amounts

Lobby is open 24 hours, 7 days a week

If someone you know and care about has been arrested, call first to verify the inmate and bail amount, the booking process at OCSD Jail can take hours.  Call to check their payment requirements, as they are very specific about what they will or will not accept as payment of bail.  You should know that all the detention facilities in Orange County accept bail bonds from licensed agents, like ones produced by Mr. Nice Guy.  Contact a Mr. Nice Guy agent now at 1-844-400-BAIL (2245).

Who to contact for San Juan Capistrano Bail Bonds?

Bird watchers, Audubon Society members and ornithologists will concur that the legendary American Cliff Swallows may never return to San Juan Capistrano due to the urban development that’s taken over the essentials for their nesting habitat.  Since 2009 they have in fact chosen new roosts for their nesting at the California end of their 6,000-mile migration from Goya, Argentina.  Since then, San Juan Capistrano has fallen under heavy criticism as a representation of Orange County’s overdevelopment and greed.  Annually during the hundred-year old “Fiestas de las Golondrinas” (Festival of the Swallows), San Juan Capistrano becomes a target for the criticism through the media.  With Social Media employed, you could assess that people just want to see Orange County bathed in environmentally safe acid.  Social media is grand when it works in your favor and, regardless of the target, quite unsympathetic and brutal.

If you don’t want to face the same challenges as the Festival of the Swallows, don’t consult anyone else about an arrested family member without the facts and a plan.  Arrests can be economically damaging and can make it into the court of public opinion inadvertently.   When you need to speak someone about the dilemma, make it Mr. Nice Guy and have a licensed Bail Bond agent work with you confidently and above all confidentially.   You don’t have to leave your private home or home space to get your loved one out of jail.  Bailing a loved one out of jail through the bail bond process prevents anyone outside your family, like baby-sitter or the bank, from knowing your situation.  Mr. Nice Guy agents aren’t there to judge the guilt or innocence of anybody, they are there to facilitate release.

Cheapest Prices for Bail Bonds in San Juan Capistrano?

Mr Nice Guy Bail Bonds offer the lowest prices and fastest services in San Juan Capistrano because they know that even if you can’t see them they are still part of the community.  Mr. Nice Guy is a phone call away – dial 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) with local agents just minutes from all jails and courts in Orange County, including San Juan Capistrano. Payment plans and bail bond financing options with no collateral are available and bail can be paid online or over the phone. The bail bond process can take just a few minutes. 

How much is bail in San Juan Capistrano?

Bail bond prices are typically charged between 7-10% of the bail schedule amount. This is a one time non-refundable fee paid to the bond company for their services. The bail fee, also referred to as a bail bond premium can be paid with cash, credit card, debit card, checks, bank wire transfer, or Paypal. Financing and payment plans are also available. Immigration or ICE bonds are processed through the Federal courts system and may have additional fees and are charged at a higher amount. Please contact us for more information regarding bail bonds services in San Juan Capistrano and the surrounding areas in Orange County.

Can you believe the swallows picked Chino Hills for their new nesting area?  Sounds like they weren’t concerned about the view, but what is another fifty miles when you’ve flown 6000?