We provide 24 hour Bail Bonds services in Solana Beach, California. In this article we will discuss frequently asked questions regarding bail bonds services available near Solana Beach, California and the surrounding areas of San Diego County. If you need immediate assistance with posting bail, please feel free to contact us 24/7. We have local bilingual bail agents standing by to take your calls day or night near Solana Beach.
Where to post Bail Bonds in Solana Beach
Law enforcement services for Solana Beach are provided by contract through the San Diego Sheriff’s Department out of the North Coastal Sheriff’s Station. The station provides police services to Solana Beach, Del Mar, and Encinitas. The station has operational jurisdiction over approximately 80,000 residents in the north end of San Diego County.
Solana Beach Police Department
North Coastal Station/San Diego Sheriff’s Department
175 North El Camino Real
Encinitas, CA 92024
Solana City Jail
There is no jail inside the Solana city limits. If an individual is arrested in Solana, CA, they will be taken to the Vista Detention Facility, located on Front Street in Vista, CA. The Vista Detention Facility serves as the primary intake facility for male and female inmates in northern San Diego County. The Vista Jail processes approximately 69,000 bookings per year and houses as many as 944 inmates.
Vista Detention Facility
324 S. Melrose Drive, #200
Vista, CA, CA 92081
(619) 936-0014 – Information and visitation
Bail bonds at the Vista Detention Facility
Who's in Jail in Solana Beach
To find a friend or loved one being held by law enforcement in Solana Beach, CA, you can do an inmate search HERE. You will need the individual's full, legal name, age, and gender. You can also find an inmate's booking number, for use in scheduling visits, sending money, or sending mail.
Courthouse For Solana Beach
A person arrested in Solana Beach will most likely have their case heard at the North County Courthouse, in Vista. The North County Courthouse hears cases related to criminal and family matters, civil harassment, elder or dependent adult abuse, and juvenile dependency cases. The courthouse is open from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except court holidays.
North County Courthouse
325 South Melrose
Vista, CA 92101
(760) 201-8600 – General Information
Bail bonds at the San Diego North County Courthouse
Arrested in Solana Beach
If you find yourself in a position of having to interact with the police in Solana Beach, CA remember to stay calm. Speaking calmly with police officers gives you and the police an opportunity to find a peaceful solution to the problem at hand. Keep your hands visible at all time, and don't resist the police physically, even if they feel the need to temporarily restrain you. By keeping a level head, and acting in an appropriate way, you can keep yourself and the police safe and avoid incurring additional charges, in the process.
If you are arrested, you will be taken to the detention facility in Vista, CA for booking. This is a detailed process that can sometimes take several hours. During this time, you will be given the opportunity to make phone calls. Use one of these phone calls to Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds to start the process for getting you out of jail in a hurry.
Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400-2245
Need Bail in Solana Beach?
If you or someone you love is arrested in Solana Beach, your first thought will likely be, “How can I get out of jail fast!?!” The fastest way to get out of jail is by posting bail. Bail is money paid to the court, to obtain the release of an arrested individual. The money is held by the court to ensure that the defendant complies with all of the terms of his or her pretrial release. This includes showing up for any and all court appearances and hearings. Once the legal proceedings have been concluded, the bail money is returned to the person who paid it.
How Much is Bail?
Once you've been charged with a crime in Solana Beach, the bail schedule will be posted at the jail where you are processed or you can access it online here. Many times, when a person is charged with more than one crime, each charge will incur its own bail amount. In order to get out of jail, you will have to pay the entire amount of the combined bail, for all of the crimes with which you have been charged. The amount varies, depending on the seriousness of the charges.
To figure out how much bail will be required to get someone released from jail, you can complete the felony bail worksheet found here.
You will have to follow several steps:
- List all of the offenses for which a defendant is being charged.
- Find the charge with the highest bail schedule amount.
- If the arrestee is charged with more than one offense, on separate dates or against separate victims, list the amounts of the bail required for those charges and add them to the original charge.
- Next, find if there are any enhancements that require additional bail. Enhancements include things like:
- Gang-related offenses
- Offenses committed with a weapon
- Does the defendant have any prior convictions?
- Has the arrestee been in prison during the past five years?
- Is the victim under 15 or over 65?
- After finding all base charges and all enhancements, add all of these amounts together to find the total amount of bail that will be required to bail someone out of jail.
Bail Bonds in Solana Beach
Many times the amount of bail is more than a person, or even a family, can come up with. The way that charges are layered and enhanced can mean a very high bail amount due. When you can't come up with the entire amount of bail, or if you choose to keep your cash on hand to help pay for an attorney or take care of family expenses while you pursue your legal defense, bail bonds offer a way to get out of jail for less.
A bail bondsman is a person who is licensed by the state, working with an agency, who can post a “bond” for you, instead of the full amount of your bail. The bail bondsman works with a Surety Company, who is a little like an insurance company. They have certain rules for issuing bonds to help people get out of jail. The person who is in jail pays a fee and the bail bondsman pays the bail.
Then, the person who has been charged with a crime can get back to their job and family, while they wait for trial. The person who had the bond posted for them is promising the bail bondsman that they will continue to show up for all of the hearings and proceedings required by their charges so that the bondsman can get the bail money back from the court.
Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds has offices located throughout Southern California and can have a licensed bail bondsman by your side in minutes to help you through the bail process and place a bail bond for you and get you home fast.
For bail bonds in Solana Beach, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (619) 777-7119 or toll-free at (844) 400-2245.
Arrested On Outstanding Warrant
Sometimes minor offenses (or no offense at all) can result in an arrest if you have an outstanding warrant against you. If you happen to be crossing the border from Mexico to California, the border patrol will run your drivers license before allowing you to enter the country. Occasionally this will result in the border officers discovering an outstanding warrant, sometimes even from another state, that results in an arrest.
Even small offenses that have been forgotten about, but they were never fully resolved, can result in an arrest warrant being issued. From that point forward, even a traffic stop can result in an arrest and incarceration.
If you find yourself behind bars because of an outstanding warrant, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds to get out of jail and back to your regular life. Once you’re out of jail, you can address the root cause of the warrant and clear up the legal proceedings against you. But, that can be difficult to do from jail.
To get out of jail fast, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (619) 777-7119 or toll-free at (844) 400-BAIL.
DUI Laws In Solana Beach, California
While driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol is illegal throughout the United States, California has some of the toughest laws for punishing those convicted of DUI charges.
The drunk driving laws for California are found in Vehicle Code Section 23152 and Vehicle Code section 23153, which says that:
- 23152(a) – It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of alcohol to operate a vehicle
- 23152(b) It is illegal for anyone who has a blood alcohol content exceeding 0.08% or more to operate a vehicle.
- 23152(e) – It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of drugs to operate a vehicle.
- 23152(f) – It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of any combination of drugs or alcohol to operate a vehicle.
In many cases, both the 23152(a) and 23152(b) charges will be filed together.
Public Intoxication (PC 647)(f)
One of the most common charges to result in an arrest is the charge of public intoxication. Public drunkenness is also sometimes referred to as “Drunk & Disorderly” and is often the result of complaints from people associated with or sharing a public space with the person who is drinking or drunk in public.
There is more to being charged with public drunkenness, or drunk and disorderly, than simply drinking and being in public. Generally, an arrest for drunk and disorderly is also associated with fighting or causing some sort of disturbance in public, while also being intoxicated.
If you or someone you care about is arrested for public intoxication, public drunkenness, or drunk and disorderly, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds to get out of jail fast. Call (619) 777-7119 or (844) 400-BAIL for drunk and disorderly bail bonds today!
DUI Bail Bonds in Solana Beach
Many times the amount of money required for bail is more than someone can come up with, easily. If you don't have friends or relatives you can borrow the money from for bail, you may need to enlist the help of a bail bondsman like Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds. Mr. Nice Guy and his team of licensed, professional bail bondsmen can help you negotiate the bail process and get out of jail fast.
A DUI bail bondsman will pay the bail on your behalf, and you pay the bondsman a non-refundable fee, usually 10% of the total cost of bail. When the case is resolved, the court will return the money to the person who paid it, in this case, the bail bondsmen. He keeps the fee as payment for helping to secure bail more quickly and for assistance to the court in tracking and ensuring the compliance of defendants who are out on bail.
Call Mr. Nice Guy at (619) 777-7119 or toll-free at (844) 400-2245 for help with DUI bail bonds today!
Reckless Driving Charges in Solana Beach
California Vehicle Code 23103 defines reckless driving as “willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property” while driving a vehicle. This can include driving your car on a public or private road or even in a parking facility. The penalties for reckless driving can include up to 90 days in jail and fines up to $1,000.
If you or someone you know is arrested for reckless driving, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (619) 777-7119 or toll-free at (844) 400-2245 to get out of jail fast!
Domestic Violence in Solana Beach – PC 13700
Domestic Violence is defined as “abuse committed against an adult or fully emancipated minor who is a spouse, former spouse, cohabitant, or a person with whom the suspect has had a child or is having or has had a dating or engagement relationship.” (California Penal Code, Section 13700)
The definition of abuse can include:
- Physical Abuse
- Verbal Abuse
- Abusing Trust
- Sexual Abuse
- Emotional Abuse
- Psychological Abuse
- Economic control
- threats and intimidation
- Destruction of Property
Other Names For Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is the most common term used to describe a variety of behaviors and crimes related to violence or threatened violence between people who have or have had a romantic relationship.
Other terms for domestic violence include:
- Corporal Injury of Spouse
- Corporal Injury of a Cohabitant
- Domestic Abuse
- Spousal Abuse
- Violation of Penal Code 273.5
PC 273.5 says that it is illegal to inflict “corporal punishment” that results in an injury, no matter how slight. That means if you strike another person who is, or was, an intimate partner, and leave a mark, you have violated PC 273.5 and can be charged with domestic violence.
PC 243 (3)(1) makes it a misdemeanor crime to use force against an intimate partner. In this case, a visible injury is not necessary, just the act of force.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds in Solana Beach
If you are arrested for Domestic Violence or any of its related charges, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds right away. Mr. Nice Guy can help you post bail and get out of jail before having to be transferred to one of the larger, county jails where the bail process can take much longer. Call (619) 777-7119 or toll-free (844) 400-2245 right away if you're arrested for domestic violence in Solana Beach.
Assault and Battery Bail Bonds in Solana Beach
Assault and battery are often used together, which might lead you to think that the two charges are the same, or, at least, two parts of a single charge. But, the truth is much more complicated than that. While the two are related, and you could be charged with both, they are two distinct and separate crimes.
Battery Charges – PC 242
Battery is defined as the willful, unlawful use of force against another person. This is a violation of Penal Code 242 and must have three separate elements:
- The act must be willful and unlawful
- Force or violence is used
- The willful use of violence or force is used against another person.
In other words, you have to intend to use force or violence, it has to involve another person, but it doesn't have to actually cause any damage, injury, or harm. In fact, you don't even have to touch the body of the other person, in order to be guilty of battery. If you touch anything that is “intimately connected” to the other person, like their clothing or something they are holding, in a disrespectful or rude way, you could be charged with battery.
Assault Charges - PC 240
The crime of assault doesn't require any physical contact. You may have heard, or even used, the phrase, “He (or she) assaulted me!” in a situation where someone was actually hurt by physical violence. However, assault is not necessarily an attack of any kind, but merely the attempt to make unlawful contact with the intent of doing harm.
There are three components of assault:
- There must be an unlawful attempt
- There must be ability
- There must be another person upon whom violence or injury was threatened or attempted
“Attempt” means that someone tried to do something; not that they thought about it or wanted to, but that they tried.
Assault With a Deadly Weapon - PC 245(a)(1)
The crime of assault doesn’t require any physical contact to actually take place. To be charged with assault, one need merely attempt to harm someone else and have the ability to do so. The charge Assault With a Deadly Weapon (ADW) the basic assault need only be accompanied by any weapon that could be considered “deadly.”
PC 245(a)(1) reads: "Any person who commits an assault upon the person of another with a deadly weapon or instrument other than a firearm shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for two, three, or four years, or in a county jail for not exceeding one year, or by a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or by both the fine and imprisonment."
A person could be charged with “assault with a deadly weapon” if he or she uses any weapon that could reasonably be considered dangerous or deadly to attempt to harm another person, even if the other person is not actually harmed.
Deadly weapons include:
- Dangerous Animals
The charge of assault with a deadly weapon is what is called a “wobbler” in California. This means that it can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances. Felony charges carry much more serious penalties than the misdemeanor version, including up to four years in a state prison.
If you or someone you care about is charged with a violation of PC 245(a)(1), Assault With a Deadly Weapon, make sure your first call is to Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds. He can help you get out of jail fast so that you can deal with the legal case against you. Call Mr. Nice Guy at (619) 777-7119 or toll-free at (844) 400-BAIL.
Military Discount For Bail Bonds in Solana Beach
A discount on bail bonds for members of the military is our way of saying “Thank You for serving.” Military service is more than just a job, it’s a calling, and we’re grateful that you’ve chosen to answer the call. We also understand that sometimes soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines like to get off base and have a good time. Sometimes, this can lead to trouble with the law. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds offers a military discount on bail bonds that can be as much as 30% off the total cost.
If we can be of service you to in times of legal trouble, please call us right away. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will work hard to get you out of jail and back to your base as quickly as possible and at the best price available. Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (619) 777-7119 or toll-free at (844) 400-BAIL.
Bail Bond Payment Plans in Solana Beach
Mr. Nice Guy offers a wide range of payment options. They will work with you to figure out what you can afford and help you get out of jail while you try to assemble the money to pay the bond premium. Payment options that require as little as nothing down can be arranged.
With Mr. Nice Guy, you don’t need good credit to qualify for a low down payment bail bond payment plan. Your job is your credit! Mr. Nice Guy accepts most items of value as collateral for bail bonds, including:
- Real Estate
Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is a company you can trust! They’ve worked in Solana Beach, helping people bail out of jail, for many years. They’ll be here when you need them and offer all of the bail bond payment options that are legally available. If you need to get out of jail, you can count on Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds to be there for you. Just call (619) 777-7119 or toll-free (844) 400-2245 for a bail bond company in Solana Beach that you can trust!