When you or a loved one is arrested you need a trusted partner in the bail bond industry. With more than 20 years of service in the bail industry, All Better in Vista has helped thousands of people get out of jail and successfully defend their case. We make the process simple, quick and easy. We are here to answer any questions you might have and are available to assist 24hrs a day 365 days a year.
In many cases (but not all) criminal defendants obtain the right to post a bail bond allowing them to leave jail while awaiting a trial. The judge at an arraignment hearing typically determines the amount of the bail bond, although some exceptions occur. In many cases, if a jailed defendant cannot afford to post a bail bond, a family member or a friend will do so. Bail bond companies assist defendants in posting the bond required to bail out of jail if a defendant cannot afford to pay the bond outright.
The specific documents required to post a bail bond vary from one case to another. In Vista, criminal defendants (or their sponsors) need to contact the Vista Detention Facility at 760-936-0014 in order to determine the total amount of the bail and the available payment options. Some types of crimes in San Diego County carry a predetermined preset bail amount (but others do not).
Contact your attorney to determine the availability of bail and the documents you’ll require to post bail. Since the amount of bail may differ from one case to another, and the circumstances of individual criminal defendants also differ, some defendants may need to supply more documents than others in order to meet the requirements set for a bail bond. Licensed California attorneys offer personal assistance to defendants in addressing bail bond issues.
In Vista, people seeking the nearest jails can contact the Vista Detention Facility. It stands at 325 S. Melrose Drive, Suite 200, in Vista California 92081. Located in San Diego County, it covers 170,000 square feet. Crime statistics indicate this facility houses up to 825 men and women on any given day. Most of the people detained at the facility await trial on misdemeanor or felony charges.
Since criminal defendants in California sometimes appear in different courts for trial, the court address for an individual defendant may vary in some cases, too. Contact the public jail information line at 760-936-0014 for assistance determining the location of a courtroom. Some incarcerated inmates at the detention facility await transfers to other locations.
If you remain at the jail address of the Vista Detention Facility after obtaining permission to post bail, consider contacting All Better Bail Bonds San Diego for assistance. The licensed bail bonds company offers more than two decades of service. It answers phone calls from inmates and their loved ones on a 24/7 basis. Contact them at 619-648-1118 to speak with a customer service representative.