Do not let your friend or family member’s life get put on hold just because he or she got arrested. Do your friend a favor, and bail him or her out of jail today, and do yourself a favor by using Santa Ana Bail Bonds. We have been helping people for nearly 30 years and have learned how to make bail quick, easy, and affordable for all of our clients.
We are a large, statewide, family-owned company that has been serving Californians since our founding in 1987. When you need bail help, you can count on us to provide you with the best. We continually train our bail agents to keep them at the top of their game. This ensures that you get the bail help that you need and deserve.
As soon as you start talking to one of our bail agents, they begin working with you to get your friend or family member released from jail. All we need to get started is your loved one’s name, birthday, and the county where he or she was arrested. We use that information, to find your loved one in the jail system for you.
Talk with a bail agent now when you call 714-834-9030.
Our Bail Agents Will Help You Secure the Release of Your Loved One
At Santa Ana Bail Bonds, we can find your loved one in the system quickly and begin working with you on the payment. If you cannot afford to pay the full price of the bail bond up front, do not worry, most people cannot. We will work with you to create a personalized payment plan that fits into your budget so you can actually afford to rescue your loved one.
Our payment plan will break up the large cost of the bail bond into more manageable monthly payments that fit into your budget. This will make it so you can truly afford to bail out your loved one. You do not have to worry about paying more due to interest because we charge 0% interest on all of our bail bonds.
We have learned a lot over the last 29 years and we continue to learn every day. At Santa Ana Bail Bonds, our main priority is to make the bail process easier for all of our clients. With our professional help, your loved one can be out of jail in as little as 2 hours, depending on the county of his or her arrest.