Large Bail Bonds and 1275 Specialist

Large Bail Bond Specialist

There is lots of personal information taken for a bail bond from both the person in jail and the person cosigning. You should be able to do this knowing that your information is cared for, secure and confidential. There is a wide variety of different types of bondsman from street sales to Internet talk. Nobody wants to deal with “Spike The Bounty Hunter” or a Home Boy for a Bondsman!

Large size bail bonds or bonds with a 1275 court hold need to be handled by a specialist. There are usually several people involved and a lot of information needed for large bonds. This information will have to be prepared for court to get the 1275 hold released. You must have a bondsman that understands what the court will want to see and it is very different for every person and every case. This will have to be presented to the court and approved for the 1275 hold to be lifted allowing a bond to be posted. You do not want to go in unprepared or with the wrong bondsman.

Often times large bonds are hard to collateralize by one person. Involving several people can be a very sensitive task. There are usually different feeling and different levels of collateral being used. I have experience dealing with multiple family members and friends at the same time bringing all the required information together and getting our client out of jail quickly.

Chad Conley 714-361-2348




Bail Bonds for the gay and lesbian community

Bail Bonds for the gay and lesbian community

There is lots of personal information taken for a bail bond from both the person in jail and the person cosigning. You should be able to do this knowing that it is cared for and confidential. There is a wide variety of different types of bondsman from street sales to Internet talk. Nobody wants to deal with “Spike The Bounty Hunter” or a Home Boy for a Bondsman! If you want a caring and professional bondsman that loves helping and is good what he does.

Call me now 714-361-2348 Chad Conley.

I have lived and been in business 16 years in Laguna Beach CA working with our gay and lesbian community more than any other bondsman. I treat each and every person with care, respect and give them the best price out there. My prices never start high if you don’t know how things work. I will explain everything so that you understand and feel comfortable and have clear ways to compare. You will find that I have the lowest cost and lowest prices!

Check their references!! Do Professionals use them?

Not just website testimonials with a John Doe name and no phone number.

I have recommendations from 40 attorneys. I am the professional choice. Please visit “Who recommends Chad” page on our website.

Qualifications for bonds are not just based on credit report as many people believe. They are based on several things such as who co signer for the defendant will be, job history length of time, income, if there will be more than one co signer, how long you have lived at you residence, history in city or county.  You do not need to own property. Collateral is not always needed.

What is the difference in service: You are an important client and should be treated that way.

  • Clear explanation of what forms you will be filling out and the responsibility associated
  • No Haggle Pricing
  • Payment Plans that work for you
  • Clear explanation of terms
  • Is there an annual renewal fee (bonds expire 1 year)
  • What happens if there was an accident and I didn’t make it to court on time? Will they rewrite the bond or forfeit you and take you to jail? What are the cost?
  • Is there interest on payments?
  • Do they write Prop 103 Bail Agent Commission Rebates?

The bond company is ultimately responsible for you showing up to court. They assess risk and have the right to surrender you at anytime. Your money will not be returned unless you go to a hearing in court and win it back. This can be a huge hassle and be distracting in an already difficult time.

Hidden cost: Make sure you consider the hidden costs such as annual renewal fees, reinstatement fees, late payment fees and interest.

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Irvine Bail Bonds – Inmate Search

855-223-2423 toll free. Call now for complete inmate information. You will only be able to locate bond amount and booking number from Irvine Police Department. I can access all information regarding court, court dates, bond amounts, charges and help you make choices on getting your friend or family out of jail fast.

Irvine Police Department Address

1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA 92606


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Santa Ana Jail Booking Information – Inmate Search

Santa Ana Jail Inmate Locater. Click on site below. Search for person by name. If you do not find them try full last name with only first letter of first name. Also you can check for more than one last name or  middle name used as last name. I can help you find them and charges. Charges are not given to you as the public and information such as court, court date, charges. It will only tell jail housed/ booked in, booking number and bail amount I will be able to get all other information.

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Last phone call may provide clues in Florida teen’s shooting death

A black teenager’s last phone conversation with his girlfriend before being shot dead in Florida shows that the suspected killer stalked the youth and killed him “in cold blood,” a lawyer representing the victim’s family said Tuesday. It was the latest turn in a case that has raised allegations of institutional racism in Sanford, Fla., where 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was killed Feb. 26 by a neighborhood watch volunteer in the gated community where the shooting took place. George Zimmerman has admitted shooting the unarmed teen with his 9-millimeter pistol, saying he acted in self-defense. He has not been arrested.
The Justice Department said Monday that it would investigate the case, and the Seminole County state attorney, Norm Wolfinger, said Tuesday that a grand jury would meet next month to consider evidence. But with Zimmerman still walking free, civil rights activists and supporters of the teenager’s family say the response has been inadequate and has come far too late, especially given the phone records that have emerged. They include the conversation detailed by a Martin family attorney, Benjamin Crump, at a news conference Tuesday. Crump described Martin phoning his 16-year-old girlfriend and telling her that someone was following him as he walked in the rain toward a relative’s home after buying candy at a nearby store. ” ‘Oh, he’s right behind me, he’s right behind me again,’ ” Crump said Martin told his girlfriend, whose name was not released. She urged Martin to run; he told her he was “just going to walk fast.” Seconds later, the girlfriend listened as Martin apparently exchanged words with his pursuer. “Why are you following me?” she heard him say, Crump told reporters. A man responded, “What are you doing around here?” The girlfriend said the phone call ended abruptly after she heard what sounded like a scuffle, Crump said. The girlfriend did not hear a gunshot, but nearby residents did, and a flurry of calls to 911 followed. “The dots have all been connected,” said Crump, arguing that the cellphone records would show that Zimmerman, who has been described as both Latino and white, was not trying to protect himself when he shot Martin. “Arrest this killer. He killed this child in cold blood.” Zimmerman, who made 46 calls to 911 between January 2011 and Feb. 26, according to Seminole County records, often to report suspicious people in his gated community, has not made a statement, and there was no answer at the phone number linked to his Sanford address Tuesday. But the account of Martin’s phone call with his girlfriend, and the transcript of Zimmerman’s own call to 911 in the minutes before the shooting, are evidence, Crump says, that Zimmerman had the teenager in his cross hairs — not the other way around. If so, that would undermine police assertions that Zimmerman — who had a permit to carry the gun — was protected by Florida’s 2005 Stand Your Ground Law. It gives people the right to “meet force with force, including deadly force,” and does not require them to retreat if they “reasonably” believe they are facing death or great bodily harm. Zimmerman’s call to 911 made clear he was watching Martin for a while before the shooting. “Hey, we’ve had some break-ins in my neighborhood and there’s a real suspicious guy…. This guy looks like he’s up to no good or he’s on drugs or something,” Zimmerman told the 911 operator. “He’s just staring … looking at all the houses,” Zimmerman said in between answering questions from the operator about his location and the appearance of the person he was watching. “Now he’s coming toward me … something’s wrong with him. Yep, he’s coming to check me out. He’s got something in his hands. I don’t know what his deal is.” Zimmerman then said the man began running, and he followed him, even as the operator told him sharply, “We don’t need you to do that.” Zimmerman’s father, Robert Zimmerman, insists his son is not racist. “George is a Spanish-speaking minority with many black family members and friends. He would be the last to discriminate for any reason whatsoever,” Robert Zimmerman wrote in a letter to the Orlando Sentinel last week. In the letter, Zimmerman described media and other accounts of the killing as “totally inaccurate,” and denied his son had followed or confronted Martin. At least two of the people who dialed 911 when the shooting occurred described a possible physical altercation before Zimmerman fired. One woman described a “guy on top” of another; another said the two men “looked like they were wrestling each other.” All of the callers spoke of hearing a man screaming for help, and in one call, the sounds of a man’s wails can be heard in the background.
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Anaheim Jail 425 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA – 92805 Phone: 714 765-1900 Click here for driving instructions James Musick Facility 13502 Musick Irvine, CA – 92618 Phone: 949 855-2612 Click here for driving instructions
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