Newport Beach Police Department bail bond process
The Newport Beach Police Department is located at 870 Santa Barbara Dr. Newport Beach, CA 92660.
The arrestee will go through a 1- 3 hours booking process. After the booking process there is a small window of time to post a bond or the arrestee will be transferred to Orange County Sheriff.
Newport Jail only books and temporarily holds anyone arrested. If there is a bail amount and you want to post a bond you must do it quickly prior to being transferred. If transferred to Orange County will do their own booking process prior to accepting a bond. This process takes approximately 6-8 hours.
It is important the bondsman calls the jailer right away and lets them know you planning to post bond.
What is needed to post a bail bond?
You will need a bondsman that is close by and can get to the jail prior to transfer. For most bonds an ID and bail bond agreement. The bond papers can be quickly done from home with our easy online application. You do not need a fax, copier, scanner or printer. You can text or email your ID and pay with a debit/ credit card from your phone or computer.
What will the bond cost?
I offer Prop 103 rebates which can lower your bond cost as low as 6%. Please call me to discuss prices and payment options.
How long will the release process take?
Released is usually 15 – 30 minutes after your bond has been posted.
How to chose the right bail bondman?
First you want to make sure you are working with a California licensed bail bond agent. You can check any bail license with the California Department of Insurance on their website here.
- Lowest premium amount
- Payment plans available
- Bond is for the life of the case
- We have easy stay home applications process
- We are close to the jail
- We rewrite same case late filings so you don’t pay twice
Chad Conley has experience posting many bail bonds at Newport Beach Police Department.
If you want the lowest priced bail bond, confidentiality, experience and integrity call me now.
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