What you need to know about bail bonds in Tustin

Are you looking for information about bail bonds in Tustin?

On this page we’re going to give you the basics of how bail bonds in Tustin work so that you can know what to expect when you call a bail bondsman.

Though getting someone out of jail can seem like a complicated and tricky process, it’s actually quite simple to understand once you know a little bit about how things work.

At Angels’ Bail Bonds we offer free bail information to make this process easier for you to navigate. If at any time you’d like more information you can give us a call anytime at 714-529-4106 and a friendly and professional bail agent will assist you

What happens when someone gets arrested in Tustin?

When someone is arrested in Tustin they are taken to the Tustin jail by the Tustin police department.

When they arrive at the Tustin jail they will be booked in as an inmate. Their pictures and fingerprints will be taken along with some other personal information.

This information will be ran against a number of law enforcement databases to see if there are any outstanding arrest records or warrants. If there are any they will be added to the bail amount that must be paid.

Once the records check process has been completed the person that has been arrested will be eligible for release by bail bond. The records check process can take just a few minutes or it could take a lot longer depending on how busy the jail is at the moment. It’s best to call your bail bondsman and have them ask the jail for you to find out.

What does a bail bondsman in Tustin do?

A lot of people don’t understand very well what Bail Bondsman actually do. We’d like to take a moment to clear up some misconceptions that people have about the bail industry.

When someone is arrested they are given a bail bond amount they must pay in order to be released. This money should be paid to the court, and will be returned after the court case has been resolved, minus any court expenses.

Most people don’t have all that money lying around to leave with the court for several months so they prefer to use the services of a bail bondsman. When you use a bail bondsman you only have to pay a percentage of the bail amount, not more than 10%.

The fee paid to the bail bondsman is a one time, non-refundable fee for the service that he provides. The bail bondsman also takes on financial responsibility for the people he bails out, so he carries a lot of risk if the people he bails out don’t go to court.

Which bail bondsman in Tustin should you use?

When choosing a bail bonds company in Tustin it’s important that you pick one that has a good reputation in the community. You don’t want to trust the fate of your friend or family member in jail to an amateur.

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Where is the Tustin Police Department?

The Tustin Department’s headquarters is located at the Tustin City Hall:

300 Centennial Way
Tustin, CA 92780

You can reach it by phone at 714-573-3200. The non-emergency hotline is 714-573-3225. The department is also accessible online.

You can access it off of Newport Avenue. Take exit 102 on I-5 and head north on Newport Avenue; Tustin High School and a Jack in the Box should be on your right. Turn left onto East Main Street and make a quick right on Centennial Way. The department should be on your left.

Where is the Tustin Jail?

The Tustin City Jail is located within the Tustin City Hall. You can contact the jail at 714-573-3200.

Who is the chief of police in Tustin?

Charles Celano is the chief of police in Tustin. He has worked with the department for more than twenty years and holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Occupational Studies from California State University in Long Beach. He also has a Masters in Business Management from the University of the Red lands.

Who is the mayor of Tustin?

Charles Puckett is the mayor of Tustin and has been since 2014. He was also a member of the city council back in 2012.

Who are the representatives for Tustin?

Tustin is in the 37th Senate District in the California State Senate and is represented by Republican John M. W. Moorlach.

Within the California State Assembly, Tustin is in the 68th Assembly District and is represented by Republican Donald Wagner.

Tustin is listed in the United States House of Representatives as the 45th Congressional District in California and is led by Republican Mimi Walters.

Demographic data about Tustin

As of 2010, the population in Tustin is at 75,540. This is an increase of more than ten percent from the 2000 population of 67,504.

The population of Tustin consists of the following:
39,729 (52.6%) White
1,722 (2.2%) African-American
442 (0.6%) Native American
15,299 (20.3%) Asian
268 (0.4%) Pacific Islander
14,499 (19.2%) from other races
3,581 (4.7%) from two or more races

Fun Facts about Tustin

The Market Place is a popular outdoor shopping center in Tustin that has more than a hundred stores and has served the people in the area since 1988.

The area used to be home to a massive number of orange grove trees but numerous large trees can still be found around Tustin. This is what gives Tustin the nickname of the City of Trees.

There were three military bases located within Tustin during World War II.

Tustin has become a noteworthy city for having many professional baseball players coming from the area. These include players from the past and present like Shawn Green, Mark Grace, Gerrit Cole and Dave Staton. Many of these people went to Tustin High School.

Forbes has ranked Tustin as one of the top American towns to live in. This is thanks to the extensive number of sole proprietorships and start-ups located within the region.

A Navy airship base was formed on the southern end of Tustin during World War II. The dirigible hanger there is still standing; it is more than a thousand feet long.