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Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds in Westminster

Westminster is one of the ethnic centers of Orange County, contributing its diversity to the pie grid of Orange County demographics and making it appear like it were really a part of poetic America.  Ethnic centers are not an uncommon phenomenon in the history of the United States.  New York City has had boroughs and districts that changed constantly through its history with surges of immigrants, housing them who fled famine in Ireland, droves who fled poverty in Italy and persecution through all of Europe, and our own internal migration of Black Americans who channeled away from the South to seek better opportunities.  It is not a unique phenomenon that strangers in a new land desire to closely cohabitate with people who share a point of origin: a common history, a common language, common foods, and common religion.

Westminster Bail Bonds near me:

92683, 92684, 92685

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds provides a common thread of services to all of Orange County, and while an arrest is not an openly discussed issue in many families, arrests occur everywhere.  An arrest, correct or incorrect, is a thread of the American Justice system and Mr. Nice Guy is there for dealing with the interim problem of incarceration and release on bail or bail bond.  While every situation is unique, Mr. Nice Guy has dealt with arrests ranging from misdemeanor to felony charges, battery to traffic warrants, domestic violence to weapons charges, and the ever-present drug possession and DUI/DWI charges.  Mr. Nice Guy is open 24x7 and can be reached toll-free at: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245.   They can also accept immediate calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420, but that isn’t a toll-free number.

“Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free.” That’s a great description of people wanting to get to America more than a century ago and it works for describing people wanting to get out of jail. 

Where is the Westminster (Orange County) Jail?

If you are arrested in the city of Westminster by the Westminster Police Department, there’s a small 15-person jail accommodation for you.  If you have an outstanding warrant (traffic, failure to appear, etc.) you get a free trip to Orange County Sheriff Department’s Main Jail in Santa Ana where you 1349 others will compose a 21st century image of  “huddled masses.”  Check this link on Mr. Nice Guy’s website to verify status of you or an important other person’s warrant status with Free Orange County Warrant Checks.  Taking the precaution to clear up any old traffic tickets or other warrants lets everyone have a sense of confidence driving around home or elsewhere.

Remember that a warrant can be associated with your Driver’s License or, in some cases, your vehicle.  Like most of the agencies in California now, the Westminster Police Department employs one of the latest technologies in vehicle identification, the Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR).   This type of License Plate Recognition Technology can process data associated with vehicle license plates in accordance with law enforcement practice.  Trained Westminster Police officers can verify ALPR response against a statewide database of vehicles that have been reported stolen, vehicles associated with suspended license drivers and outstanding vehicle traffic warrants.  The vehicle mounted ALPR system has the top capacity to scan 50 vehicle plates per minute, but is restricted to traffic and road conditions in line with camera scanners when in motion.

Please feel free to contact us if you think you may have a warrant in Orange County or anywhere else or if you have someone in jail that you are interested helping out of that situation.  Call 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) for a confidential discussion, it’s free.

Mother of Exiles

The Westminster Police Department services the approximately 10 square mile area of the city with all the current law enforcement tools, technologies, investigation techniques and science practices available.  The department maintains an East and West Command Center, with Beach Boulevard being the dividing line between response teams.  Being a diverse community, Westminster has a multi-lingual support staff presence and the department is active in several programs to maintain peace and lawfulness.   Arrests are made to curtail behavior that promotes hazard to the community or businesses and to deter problematic behavior.

Mr. Nice Guy and the staff of licensed bail bond agents aren’t judges of what is fair or not, and are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to explain how to best achieve release from jail.  They consult on these matters all the time.

How much does it cost to post bail in Westminster, California?

Bail amounts vary depending on the charges applied for the arrest and can be compounded by the number of times a person has been arrested.  For example, a person arrested for the first time on a DUI charge with no injuries or property damage has bail set at $2,500.00.   A bail bond, like the one you can apply for with Mr. Nice Guy on-line, typically costs 10% of what is assigned as bail - $250.00.   You and your resources dictate your decision, but remember that there are other costs associated with an arrest that Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can’t provide.  In the case of a DUI, there are usually car impound fees and towing fees and always the possibility of attorney fees.

To start the paperwork for a bail bond or a bail payment use the forms page and a Mr. Nice Guy bail bond agent can assist in looking up just about anything within the system.  They are prepared to answer questions you may have about our fees, the bond amount, payments, collateral, and the bail process all in the strictest of confidentiality.  They will be able to find your arrested person in the system and start the process for release.  Bail Bonds are a safe and economical way to get the person free from jail, call the toll-free number 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245.   The Mr. Nice Guy Bail agents can also accept immediate calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420, but that isn’t a toll-free number.

Directions to the Westminster Police Jail:

The Westminster Police Department and Orange County detention facility is located in the civic center plaza, southeast corner of Westminster Blvd and Monroe Street.  A fee parking structure is provided for public access to the civic center plaza, with an overflow court parking lot near the Vietnam Memorial.  The civic center complex houses the West Orange County Court, Westminster City Hall, and the Police Department and detention center.   This detention center houses local area arrests and inmates awaiting trial in the West County Court.

The civic center plaza is accessible from the fee-parking garage on 13th street.  Take Beach Blvd exit South from the Garden Grove Freeway (22) and turn left on Westminster Blvd and turn right on All American Way and left on 13th street.  Take Beach Blvd exit North from the San Diego Freeway (405) and then turn right at 13th Street to the parking lot.  Overflow parking is available near the Vietnam Memorial  grounds.

Westminster Police Department

8200 Westminster Blvd, Bldg 5 (facing the court)

Westminster, CA  92683

(714) 898-3315 General Information

Lobby Hours M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm (closed holidays)

Detention Center (Jail)

Information (714) 647-4666

What the Pho?

Westminster residents noticed the influx of Vietnamese people as early as the 1970’s and in the tradition of American History watched area businesses and properties transition to a new wave of immigrants.  Like all ethnic groups, the Vietnamese settled together, preserving their language and their comfort zone, and in doing so built the largest community of Vietnamese immigrants in the United States in Westminster.  What can you say?  It’s part of the American experience, and the delicate balance of Pho and rice-paper rolls are making their way into our diet psyche just like dark beer, pizza, bagels, sushi and fortune cookies.

While the Statue of Liberty stands in New York Harbor as a message to all arriving on that coast, there are other statues to represent the American presence of fairness.  Emma Lazarus didn’t write a poem about Justitia (the blindfolded lady holding the scales), but that emblem is part of the American system too.  Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds knows that the counterpart to Liberty means that we are all subject to American laws and at some point everyone may have to endure both sides of the American justice system.  When the occasion presents itself on your doorstep or on your phone, 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.  It’s free to call for all.