The City of Lemon Grove exudes community pride and spirit. The town’s motto for over 100 years boasts having the “best climate on earth."
If need help with Lemon Grove bail bonds, contact a professional. We have many years of experience with San Diego County jails and know how to have defendants released quickly and confidentially.
We can handle the bail bond paperwork with via Fax or e-mail. Or, at no charge to you we can also arrange to have a 24-hour licensed bondsman come directly to your home or location.
To post Lemon Grove bail bonds, call us at 619-BAIL-NOW (1-619-224-5669) to speak with a licensed bondsman.
You may also contact us toll-free, nationwide at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).
The San Diego County Sheriff Lemon Grove Substation has been providing contract law enforcement services to the City of Lemon Grove and the unincorporated communities of Spring Valley, Rancho San Diego, Jamul, Mount Helix, Casa de Oro, La Mesa and El Cajon.
There is only a temporary booking facility at this substation. Therefore, when someone you know has been in the Lemon Grove area, male arrestees are typically transported to the San Diego Central Jail; women arrestees will generally be transported to the Las Colinas Jail.
When an arrestee is transported to a San Diego County jail facility, they must be booked and processed into the system.
It is important to understand that bail cannot be arranged until the arrest and booking process is complete. Once they have been booked, the defendant will have different options for release.
When you bail someone out of a San Diego jail, they should expect to be released within two to six hours or more, depending upon their individual case.
BAIL BOND PROCESS
It is important that you understand how the bail bond process works.
The purpose of the bail system is to guarantee the appearance of a criminal defendant in court. Because timing and bail bond procedures can vary so widely, the bail bond paperwork should be started promptly to allow for release from jail as soon as possible.
Based on the charges, the bail amount is usually set by the judge using the San Diego County Bail Schedule. Bail Schedules generally have differing bail amounts depending on the severity of the crime.
Our licensed bail agents can answer all your specific questions and give you more bail bond information 24 hours a day.
Read more about how bail bonds work along with the arrest and bail bond process throughout California.
BAIL BOND COST
A bail bond in California generally costs 10% of the total bail amount, which is the California mandated law. This is a non-refundable percentage of the total amount of the bail.
For example, should the bail amount be $10,000, your portion will cost $1,000. We realize that not everyone has A-1 credit, however, most of our customers will find it easy to qualify for a signature bond.
We also several convenient payment options and our bail agents can help arrange an affordable bail bond that meets your financial needs. We accept all major credit cards and most clients find using a credit card the easiest way to pay for a bail bond. You may also choose to pay in cash.
LEMON GROVE BAIL BONDSMAN
A bondsman from our bail company will provide you with fast and courteous information for Lemon Grove and the surrounding San Diego County areas. We’re open 7 days per week, 24 hours per day.
Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds for immediate assistance at toll-free (888) 224-5266 or contact us directly by dialing (619) 224-5669 and have them released today.
SHERIFF DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION
San Diego County Sheriff’s Lemon Grove Station
3240 Main Street
Lemon Grove, CA 91945-1705
Last updated: 10/12/2013