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BAIL BONDS FOR THE VISTA JAIL

You may be wondering what to do if a loved one, friend, or family member has been arrested and taken to the Vista Jail. We understand you are both anxious and eager for their release.

Our bondsman will clearly explain the bail process and get moving forward with the bail bond right away. You can feel confident knowing that we are a family business with several years of experience behind us.

For expert assistance, call us locally at 619-BAIL-NOW (1-619-224-5669) for Vista jail bail bonds information.

You may also contact us toll-free, nationwide at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).

Since 1963, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department has been providing contract law enforcement services to the City of Vista and surrounding unincorporated areas, consisting of approximately 117,000 residents.

If someone you know has been arrested in the Vista area, both male and female arrestees will be typically be transported to the Vista Jail. The Vista Detention Facility, otherwise known as "VDF" is classified as a Type II Facility.

This jail serves as the primary point of intake for male and female pre-trial arrestees on both felony and misdemeanor charges in north San Diego County.

When a person is arrested in Vista, the booking process can typically take anywhere 2 to 4 hours or more depending on the individual situation. Jailers will complete the initial booking paperwork which includes photographs, fingerprints, and background checks.

When visiting an inmate at the Vista Detention Facility, it is always wise to abide by the facilities’ rules and regulations. For more information, read more about visiting an inmate at VDF.

BAIL PROCESS AND FEES

Bail bonds may be posted at the Vista jail 24 hours a day. When you bail a defendant out of jail, they should expect to be released within two to six hours or more, depending upon their individual case and circumstance.

To start the bail bond process, contact a bondsman immediately. With Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, the simple application can be processed by e-mail or FAX in just a few short minutes. When the paperwork is completed, a licensed bail agent will go directly to the Vista Detention Center jail to post the bond for their release.

When you call us, we’ll explain the arrest process in Vista and provide you further details about the booking and processing of the arrestee and how easily bail bonds are approved.

By law the bail bond fee in San Diego County will typically cost 10% of the total amount of bail. As an example, if the bail amount is $20,000; you will be charged $2,000. This amount is a non-refundable fee.

While most of our clients choose to pay by major credit card, we also accept cash and offer bail bond payment plans if needed.

VISTA DETENTION CENTER BONDSMAN

When you contact our company, you’ll always talk one-on-one with a licensed California bail bondsman with expertise in the bail industry. We always recommend dealing with a reputable, licensed bail agent who will explain all fees and charges prior to asking you to sign any bail contract.

We are your trusted bail bond resource for Vista, and in all of San Diego County. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and holidays to answer all of your questions.

For more information, please call us toll-free at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).

You may also contact us locally at 619-BAIL-NOW (1-619-224-5669).

VISTA SHERIFF AND JAIL INFORMATION

San Diego County Sheriff's
Vista Station
325 South Melrose Dr., Suite 210
Vista, CA 92081
(760) 940-4551

Vista Detention Facility Jail
760-940-4473

 

“We are skilled in creative bail solutions. When you need information about how much the bail costs, the bail process for the Vista jail or how to get started, we're here to help. With our company, the paperwork can be processed easily by e-mail or fax in just a few short minutes.”

- Greg Rynerson, Bondsman and Owner

Updated: 10/13/2013