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Our dedicated bondsmen will expedite the Orange County Bail process for you during this difficult time


We are The Professional Agents serving all of the O.C. 24 hours 7 days a week. Over 21 years in operation throughtout the State. Call now.

We can write Orange County bail bonds in cities including but not limited to Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Cypress, Orange, Brea, Tustin, Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, La Habra and Irvine.

The O.C. Sheriff’s Department operates the Central Main Jail in Santa Ana, as well as the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange and the James A. Musick Facility in Irvine. The Main Jail includes the Intake Release Center which is the entry point for all new individuals brought into the jail system in Orange County. Bail bonds can be arranged very quickly by a Premiere agent.

At the Central Jail Facility, it can take four to six hours to book someone who’s brought in. It typically takes from about six to eight hours (and sometimes up to 12 hours, depending on the circumstances) to release the arrested individual once a bail bond is presented to the jail. The Theo Lacy Facility also books individuals and releases them on bail. The James A. Musick Facility is mostly a low risk sentencing facility but does accept bail bonds if a person is in custody there.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department serves the following 12 cities: Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Stanton and Villa Park. Other cities operate with their own police departments, while the sheriff’s department also handles law enforcement in unincorporated areas of the County.

If you or someone you love requires assistance with a bail bond anywhere in Orange County, please call the professionals agents at Bail Bonds Universal free of charge at 800-704-6201. Our dedicated bondsmen will expedite the process for you during this difficult time. Please visit for complete Orange County Jail information.

Directions to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and Central Jail Complex:

From San Diego
Take I-5 north, exit Fourth Street to First Street. Turn right on First Street and turn right on Flower and left on 6th Street

From Los Angeles
Use the US-101 south ramp. Merge onto I-5 south. Take the Main Street exit. Bear right on North Main Street. Turn right on West 17th Street and turn left on Flower Street and Right on 6th Street.

From San Bernardino
Go onto the ramp onto I-215 south toward Riverside. Continue on CA-91 west. Take the left fork onto CA-91 Express Lane toward 91 Express Toll. Take the ramp onto CA-55 south. Take exit #11B/Fourth Street toward Irvine Boulevard. Turn right on East Fourth Street, left on Mabury Street, right on First Street and right on North Flower Street.