King Triton Bail Bonds can help you accelerate the release process from any of the San Diego County detention facilities. Give us a call if you need a bail bond right away.

When you contact us, we will immediately start the bail bond application process that takes about 5 minutes to complete.

  • We look up the defendant's info to find his or her charges and information about the bail
  • We offer free inmate information data search
  • We go through the bail bond application process with you
  • Our offices are conveniently located in San Diego, Vista and Poway and we can come to you to collect information and expedite the process
  • We can also take care of the application process over the phone and in most cases save you a trip to the office or jail
  • We offer you solutions to pay the bail bond
  • We will put up the full bail amount and ensure that your loved one is released from jail, 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

The State of California mandates that in most cases we charge 10% of the bail amount. Therefore, on a $10k bail, you would only pay $1,000. However, there are discounts available, please call us and we can go over your specifics and pricing.

Our agents in San Diego County are available 24 hours a day, so we can quickly make contact with your loved one and attend to his or her needs. We will also keep you informed throughout the entire process.

Basic Information Required for the Bail Bond Process

* We will need the defendant's name (person in jail.) 
  • Your name
  • Your driver's license or ID
  • Your address

Once the bail bond is posted, it takes from 2 to 6 hours for your loved one to be released from jail.

What Are the Advantages of Getting Out on a Bail Bond?

* It is much harder for the prosecution to get a plea from the accused person when he or she is not in custody
  • We can push the arraignment (1st court date) back so that your friend or family member has time to prepare
  • The accused person doesn’t have to lose wages or benefits, he or she can be released and go to work tomorrow
  • The accused person can continue to provide for his or her family and take care of his or her responsibilities
  • The accused person can avoid the unpleasant, risky and mentally tough medium of a jail
  • The accused person doesn’t have to be separated from loved ones
  • The accused person can better prepare his or her defense outside of a jail
  • The accused person's status doesn’t have to be affected. He or she can show up in court in regular street clothes instead of a county jumpsuit
  • Take into account the charges your loved one faces. A felony is a serious crime. The accused person doesn’t know what the consequences will be. It is to his or her advantage to be out and to get his or her affairs in order prior to sentencing

San Diego County California Inmate and Bail Bond Information

Find below San Diego County, California inmate information resources.

San Diego Central Jail

Address: 1173 Front St
San Diego, CA 92101
Phone Number: (619) 610-1647
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Las Colinas Detention & Reentry Facility

Address: 451 Riverview Parkway
Santee, CA 92071
Phone Number: (619) 402-1312
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South Bay Detention Facility

Address: Chula Vista, CA 91910
500 Third Ave
Phone Number: 619 213-1433
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Vista Detention Facility

Address: 325 S. Melrose Dr, Suite 200
Vista, CA 92081
Phone Number: (760) 936-0014
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East Mesa Reentry Facility

Address: 446 Alta Rd, Suite 5200
San Diego, CA 92158
Phone Number: (619) 210-0334
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George Bailey Detention Facility

Address: 446 Alta Rd, Suite 5300
San Diego, CA 92158
Phone Number: (619) 210-0385
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Facility 8 Detention Facility

Address: 446 Alta Rd, Suite 5300
San Diego, CA 92158
Phone Number: (619) 210-0327
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