Bail Bonds Brea, CA - Sunset Bail Bonds

Bail Bonds in Brea, CA

Brea Jail:

Brea Jail Information:

1 Civic Center Circle
Brea, CA 92821
Brea Police Dept.

From Santa Ana

  1. Take the I-5 N toward Los Angeles
  2. Take exit 107A for CA-57 N toward Pomona
  3. Merge onto Orange Fwy
  4. Continue onto CA-57 N
  5. Take exit 9 for CA-90/Imperial Hwy toward Brea
  6. Turn left at CA-90 E
  7. Take the 2nd right onto S Randolph Ave
  8. Turn right at E Birch St
  9. Take the 1st right onto Civic Center Cir
  10. Arrive at 1 Civic Center Circle

From Downtown Los Angeles

  1. Take the US-101 S via the ramp on the left to Interstate 10 Fwy E/Interstate 5 Fwy
  2. Take the CA-60/Pomona exit
  3. Merge onto CA-60 E
  4. Take exit 24A to merge onto CA-57 S/Orange Fwy toward Santa Ana
  5. Take exit 9 for CA-90/Imperial Hwy toward Brea
  6. Turn right at CA-90 E/E Imperial Hwy
  7. Take the 2nd right onto S Randolph Ave
  8. Turn right at E Birch St
  9. Take the 1st right onto Civic Center Cir
  10. Arrive at 1 Civic Center Circle

Professional Bail Bonds in Brea, CA

A Brea Bail Bond is simply the release of an individual from the Brea, CA jail in exchange for security, which ensure the individual will return to court and stand trial. The Brea bail bond company writes a check to the jail for the total amount of the bond guaranteeing that the individual will appear in court at a given time and place.

Brea Bail Bonds Resources

We understand you may have many questions or concerns about our business so we developed a Bail Resource Center where you can browse to find some of the answers you may be looking for. Please use whenever you are concerned about your responsibilities when posting a bail or feel free to call our bondsmen at any time, day or night, to talk about the procedures and laws related to bail bonds in Brea, CA.

How Long Does it Take to Get Bail in Brea?

The bail bond process takes anywhere from 1 to 4 hours at the Brea jail. The paperwork that needs to be completed by the Indemnitor usually only takes about 10-15 minutes once the bail bond has been approved. We have our forms published online to make it easy for you to complete them.

Understanding Bail Bonds

Bail Premiums

Bail Bond Premium: the fee for our services that is paid in advance, non-refundable and renewable on an annual basis should the case go over a year. The bail premium is normally 10% of the total amount of the bond but exceptions can apply. Other fees may include actual, necessary and reasonable expense incurred in connection with the transaction. The court determines the amount of the bond.

Bail Collateral

Bail Bond Collateral: normally secured within the approximate value of the bond and returned in full when the case is closed. Collateral is usually one of four things, cash, cars, real estate and in some cases, a signature of an individual that qualifies to be financially responsible to secure the bond. If you anticipate the return of collateral make sure to obtain the proper documentation from the court that proves the case is closed.

Working in this industry for over 10 years we have taken many cases from felony, misdemeanor, dui, domestic violence and even white-collar crime. You will be sure to receive the most professional service that will walk you through every step of the process and courthouse procedures. Contact our office at any time of the day or night. No matter what jail, the information is free.

About Brea, CA

Brea, CA is a city in Orange County, California. The city began as a center of crude oil production, was later propelled by citrus production, and is now an important retail center because of the large Brea Mall and the recently redeveloped Brea Downtown. Brea is also known for its extensive public art program which began in 1975 and continues today with over 140 artworks in the collection placed and located throughout the city. Brea's public art program has been used as a model and inspiration for many public art programs across the United States.

About the Brea Police Dept.

The Brea, CA Police Department is tasked with protecting life and property, while preserving the peace and practicing the philosophy of community-oriented policing. The department is comprised currently of 212 full-time positions, of which 136 are sworn and 76 are civilians, with various part-time positions to aid throughout the organizations. Read about the Brea PD here.