Monthly Archives: January 2014

Santa Ana Bail bonds is the leader in the Bail Bonds Industry in Orange County, CA

Santa Ana Bail bonds is the leader in the Bail Bonds Industry in Orange County, CA with licensed bail bond agents with more than 25 years experience. We have the experience and resources to successfully assist with all your bail needs We feel it is important to provide reliability that you can afford with professionalism […]

How Bail Works at Santa Ana Bail Bonds

Santa Ana Bail Bonds of Orange County offers bail bond service to Orange County and the surrounding areas of the state of California. Our bail bondsmen provide quick, efficient service to make the process of securing a loved one’s release as painless as possible. Bail occurs when a judge ends the incarceration of an individual […]

Santa Ana Bail Bonds of Orange County

Get Out of Jail Today! Having someone you care about go to jail can be an overwhelming process to have to deal with. At Santa Ana Bail Bonds we are here to help you and the defendant in jail. We will not only help you through the process but will try and make the experience […]

State approves $80 million for Musick jail expansion

Irvine City Council opposes construction of the proposed 384-bed facility and has 2 lawsuits pending against the county. Bringing the James A. Musick jail in Irvine closer to a major expansion, a state board on Thursday awarded Orange County an $80 million construction grant. The proposed 384-bed facility would focus on rehabilitation, with classrooms and […]

Jury Begins Kelly Thomas Deliberations; DA Calls Police Violence “Unconscionable”

By R. Scott Moxley (OCWeekly) Orange County’s suburban juries are often dominated by unswerving, pro-cop biases, so District Attorney Tony Rackauckas had to be careful today when he asked a panel of eight women and four men to use “common sense” and hold two Fullerton police officers criminally liable for the 2011 beating death of […]

Fake Cops and Utility Reps in Irvine, Anaheim and Santa Ana Have Something in Common

By Matt Coker (OC Weekly) Irvine Police detectives are dealing with an unusual case: a kidnapping where two men impersonated police officers and threatened a local resident with arrest if he did not pay back taxes via a Green Dot MoneyPak cash card. Meanwhile, Anaheim Police are dealing with scammers posing as Public Utilities representatives […]