When Bail Is Set in San Diego County

What will happen after an arrest in San Diego County?

  • The defendants are taken to the police station where they are booked.
  • The bail is set. The amount varies, depending on the severity of the charges.

We service all San Diego County Jails 24 hours a day and we have a network of bail agents within 5 minutes of every single jail in San Diego County. For more information about the bail amount, the booking process, the rights you have, and jail bail out:

Call 24/7: (760) 505-0811 (Local) | (844) BAIL-400 (Toll Free)

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How Our Bail Bondsmen Work

King Triton Bail Bonds is by your side. Contact us immediately and help your loved one get out of jail quickly.

  • You call us as soon as possible.
  • We look up the defendant's info to find the charges and the bail information.
  • We offer free inmate information data search.
  • We go through the bail bond application with you.
  • We find a solution to pay the bond.
  • We will put up the full bail amount for you, that is our Job.
  • We post the bond with the jail, making sure that your loved one will appear as directed by the court.
  • The jail will begin the process of releasing the person in custody (the defendant).
  • Your loved one can be released from jail.

Why Bail Out of a San Diego Jail?

* It is much harder for the prosecution to get a plea from the defendant when they are not in custody

  • We can push the arraignment (1st court date) back so you have time to prepare.
  • Your time would be better spent outside of a jail/preparing for the case.
  • You don’t have to lose wages or benefits, you can be released and go to work tomorrow.
  • You can continue to provide for your family and take care of your responsibilities.
  • You can avoid the unpleasant, risky, and mentally tough medium of a jail.
  • You don’t have to be separated from loved ones.
  • You can better prepare your defense outside of jail.
  • Your status doesn't have to be affected. You can show up in court in your regular street clothes instead of a county jumpsuit.