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Affordably Easy Bail Bonds San Diego makes the bail process easier for you!

Our offices across San Diego make it easier for you to access us and for us to reach out to you. With locations in Santee, National City, Downtown San Diego & Vista, we are close to most of the jails in San Diego and can service your requests at the soonest. Our experienced and expert bail bondsmen in San Diego are here for you to talk to the detention facility in San Diego and post bail on your behalf. We can help you or your loved one get access to bail with the best possible payments options and a suitable payment plan for you.

Talk to us to know more how we can help you get access to bail in San Diego and across California and the United States. Our bail bondsmen are available 24/7/365. We are with you to help you with the release and also the follow up related to being detained.

Step 1

If you or your loved one are arrested and need bail, call 877.282.BAIL (2245). Our San Diego Bail Bonds specialists will assist you ASAP.

Step 2

Our San Diego Bail Bondsmen will evaluate your bail requirements, explain the process, and discuss solutions with you.

Step 3

Our team will process the bail documents for you and will post the bail on behalf of the arrested. Once done, you/your loved one will get out of jail!


We understand. It’s hard when someone you care about is in jail. Our licensed bail Affordably Easy Bail Bonds advisors are authorized to go the extra mile for you. With appropriate payment plans and rebate opportunities, we will find a way to quickly post bail and begin the release process.

We are the best San Diego Bail Bonds agency for a reason! With great client feedback, experienced bail bondsmen and a range of finance options, no bail is too large for us. We can help with 100s to millions of dollars worth of bail without an issue.

We are listed on all jail boards and can assist you no matter which jail in San Diego or even across the United States, you are in. Our team can help with inmate search, process documents and get you up to speed with what it will take to get bail.

You can call us or visit us at our offices in Santee, National City, Vista or Downtown San Diego for any queries or assistance with the bail process, payment plans or detentional facilities. We are available on phone 24/7.

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Bail Bonds FAQs

Bail bonds act as a guarantee to ensure the defendant will attend trial whenever he the courts asks to be present. In a few situations, the defendant requires to give collateral. Collateral is the asset that is deposited with the bail bondsman. If the defendant fails to show up on court dates, the bail bondsman uses it to recover the money lost. A few things accepted as collateral are cars, stocks, bonds, property, jewelry, bank account, etc.

When the defendant lacks the finances to pay the bail amount, he can turn to a San Diego bail bonds agent for assistance. Bail bond agents are the experts who charge 10% of the total bail amount for the services they offer, referred to as the bail bond premium. This amount is non-refundable. Upon paying this fee, the bail bondsman will pay the remaining amount to the court, which gets refunded once the case gets over.

The judge determines the bail amount, and several factors go into determining this amount. Some of the factors considered by the judge to set bail amount are the nature of the offense, community ties, flight risk, employment history, past criminal record, etc. Moreover, the seriousness of the crime is a vital factor in setting the bail amount. For instance, a person charged with armed robbery will have to bear high bail payments than a person arrested for stealing goods.

Bail Process FAQs

San Diego bail bonds are a contractual agreement that needs to be signed by the bail bond agency and the Indemnitor. By signing the bail bonds, the bail bonds agency and Indemnitor guarantee the court that the defendant will show up to the court whenever asked. During the bail bond application procedure, the Indemnitor has to pay the bail bond premium, court fees, and other additional fees. After this, the agent goes to court or jail for posting a bond. Once the bail is accepted, the defendant gets released from custody.

The paperwork takes around 20 to 40 minutes, based on the complexity of the transaction involved. The defendant can be released in an hour or at times, less for local police stations and 6 to 11 hours in the county jail. Please note these are general time frames and not guaranteed times.

Some basic information you need to provide the bail bond agent is the full name of the defendant, their date-of-birth, their address, their employment information, their criminal record, etc. The bail bondsman might also ask for the booking number. If you do not know, do not worry the San Diego bail bonds agent can find it on your behalf. Moreover, the bail bondsman will ask if you can afford a bond. If you cannot afford it, Affordably Easy Bail Bonds offers flexible payment options to help you with the bond payment. To qualify for a co-signer, a person must have a stable income, valid government identification, proof of residence, and at least 18 years of age.

General FAQs

If you fail to attend the court dates, you will have to face punishments that can prolong and complicate your case. One of the dreadful consequences of failing to attend the court date is a bench warrant. If such a warrant is issued, the police have the right to arrest you and send you to prison with less possibility of posting bail. The judge might allow you to post bail in some circumstances but might set high bail bond amount.

If the defendant wants to go out of the state or country, the defendant needs to ask permission from the San Diego bail bonds agent. You need to provide the exact location you will be visiting and staying. Moreover, you need to provide additional contacts to reach out to you and the exact dates on which you are going and arriving back. If you fail to take permission and give the needed information, you can be rearrested for breaking the contract.

Once the defendant is re-arrested, the bond needs to be surrendered, and the liability is terminated. In such a situation, few issues arise. If you surrender the bail bond, you will premium paid will is lost. On the other hand, if you get the defendant out on bond, you will be required to post two new bonds and pay premiums for both bonds.

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