Arrested in North County? We Will Help You Bail Out of Jail
Nearly 90 miles south of Los Angeles and 35 miles north of San Diego, Carlsbad is perfectly situated on the Pacific Coast. It has a temperate climate, a thriving arts and culture scene, and houses over 112,000 full-time residents in 39 square miles. As a seaside resort city, Carlsbad gives the impression of safe and clean living. However, that comes at a cost.
The Carlsbad Police Department is aggressive in enforcing local ordinances and California laws. There are 129 sworn officers policing the streets, and people are arrested in Carlsbad for crimes ranging from drug use to burglary to aggravated assault. In June 2019 alone, there were 159 reported crimes in Carlsbad. Only 24 were violent crimes; the rest were property crimes, like larceny and vehicle theft.
You can be arrested if an officer thinks you’ve had too much to drink on the road or finds a trace amount of certain controlled substances in your vehicle. Perhaps you may have been involved in an argument that got out of hand. Whatever happened, you can find yourself in police custody, confused about what to do next. With one of your phone calls, we recommend you call Balboa Bail Bonds and start getting help posting your bail at (619) 760-2222. We’ll explain the entire process to you and walk you through every step of the way, for the duration of your court case.
Jails in Carlsbad
Carlsbad Police Department on 2560 Orion Way, Carlsbad, CA 92010, houses arrestees for the short term. When someone is arrested, they will be booked and placed in holding. Bail will be set at a court hearing, and the total amount will be determined according to the alleged crime or crimes, and level of flight risk.
Most low-security city jails, like Carlsbad’s, only hold inmates between 24-48 hours before transferring them to a larger detention facility. So, if you can, you should bail out in the first day of being placed in police custody. Otherwise, you may end up in Vista Detention Center at 500 3rd Avenue in Chula Vista, CA 91910, which is run by San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.
What can you do secure your release from jail in a timely manner? Contact Balboa Bail Bonds right away! We offer fast, flexible, and affordable pricing to set up bail bonds agreements. We charge a 10% premium and offer special discounts for military members and their families. Contact us even before you bail amount is set, and we’ll be on call to get you out as quickly we possibly can. We have agents located throughout San Diego County and can assist you wherever you are currently being held. If your loved one has been arrested and you are trying to locate them within the system, we can help with that too.
Courthouses in Oceanside
As long as you comply with your legal proceedings and go to all your court dates, your bail will be “exonerated” – that is, the money will be returned upon completion of your criminal case. Besides the nonrefundable 10% premium that you pay to Balboa Bail Bonds, you are now debt-free.
It is likely that you will be sent to the closest San Diego Court: North County Regional Center on 325 S. Melrose Drive, Chula Vista, CA 92081. Downtown Carlsbad, where the police department jail is located, is a 15-to-20-minute drive on the 78, due east.
Contact Balboa Bail Bonds Immediately
When you choose to purchase a bond, our experienced bail bonds agents will gather the required documents: a bail bond application, an indemnity agreement, a receipt, and any other details. We’ll take care of the signing and processing in order to get you out of jail and back home as soon as legally possible. Now, all you need to do is show up to your court dates and comply with all of San Diego Superior Court’s instructions. Even if you do miss your court date, you should contact our agents immediately. Our bail agents may be able to prevent the bail bond from being forfeited and could even help you establish a new court date. Our customer service is the best in the business: whatever you’re going through, we’re here to help.
For a free consultation, call (619) 760-2222 now.