We Will Help Anyone in Escondido with Bail Problems
Escondido, which shares a name with several rivers throughout the Americas, has a proud history. One of the oldest incorporated cities in San Diego, Escondido was founded in 1888 and has a current population of over 140,000 people in 37 square miles of land, but the number of residents is growing. As such, Escondido has its own police department, though it is part of the greater County of San Diego.
Though Escondido ranks lower in crime statistics than San Diego, El Cajon, and National City, it ranks higher than San Marcos, Carlsbad, Encinitas, and Santee. It sees less violent crime than Oceanside and Vista, but more property crime, which includes burglary and larceny.
If a police officer sees you committing an alleged crime, he has the right to arrest you without a warrant and take you to jail. You’ll be taken to the Escondido City Jail and booked, a process that involves jail staff taking your information, including your name, address, and fingerprints, then detaining you in a holding cell. A judge or court officer will determine your bail amount based on your alleged crime, and whether they believe you are a flight risk or not. Then, you become eligible to be bailed out of jail.
The problem? Few people have the thousands of dollars they need to return to their loved ones and begin working on their criminal defense. That’s where Balboa Bail Bonds can help. We offer flexible, fast, and affordable bail bonds arrangements. Call (619) 760-2222 to talk to an experienced bail bondsman and take control of your future.
Jails in Escondido
Escondido’s medium-security city jail is located on the site of the police & fire headquarters at 1163 North Centre City Parkway, Escondido, CA 92026. The facility provides operational and administrative space for short-term custody of prisoners. If you do not post bail within 24-48 hours, it is likely you will be transferred to South Bay Detention Facility, 500 3rd Avenue in Chula Vista, CA 91910, which is run by San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.
Courthouses in Escondido
The North County Regional Center on 325 S. Melrose Drive, Vista, CA 92081 is Escondido’s closest courthouse. However, South Bay Detention Facility also has its own courthouse above the jail. It handles civil matters, criminal cases, family law, juvenile offenses, and traffic violations. The North County courthouse is 20 minutes away from downtown Escondido, a straight shot northwest on Ronald Packard Parkway to South Melrose Avenue to County Complex Way.
Why Should You Call Balboa Right Away?
Every second spent in a jail cell is stressful and does nothing to help a person prepare for their court date. If you or a family member has been arrested and is currently in police custody, now is the time to call Balboa. The sooner we can get you or a loved one back home where they belong, the more peace of mind you will have, and the better you will be able to plan your defense.
We never charge more than a 10% premium amount on the total bail bond, and we offer discounts for veterans and current military members. At Balboa Bail Bonds, we believe that top-notch customer service will make the difficult process of facing a criminal charge as easy as possible. You can call us at (619) 760-2222 and ask as many questions as you need about the bail bonds process, and what we can do to help. There is no time limit, and we will do whatever we can to make the situation easier for you and your loved ones. Your consultation is 100% free.
After an arrest in Escondido, don’t wait – call Balboa Bail Bonds. We have agents posted all over San Diego County, and we will be there at the jail within minutes to help you.