(PRWEB) July 11, 2008
Santa Ana, CA Orange County Bail Bonds offer these special rates as their way of helping with tax incentive programs; in an effort to make all our lives a little easier.
This 8% rate applies for bail bonds if any one of the following conditions are met.
1) If the Defendant has retained private counsel; OR:
2) If the Defendant or Co-Signer is a Union Member;
3) Or a member or the American Association of Retired People (AARP).
This new rate also eliminates the restriction of securing real property as collateral or collecting the full premium up front. That means collateral is not always required and financing is available (OAC).
Established in 1963, Orange County Bail Bonds is a family owned and operated company. Offering intimate, discreet, and personal service, this small company has been serving Southern California families in times of crisis for 45 years. With their main office located in the Civic Center Law Building in Santa Ana, Orange County Bail Bonds is located directly across the street from the Orange County Main Jail and the Santa Ana City Jail. Orange County Bail Bonds serves dozens of cities including Anaheim, Fullerton, Irvine, Laguna Beach, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, and Huntington Beach.
About Orange County Bail Bonds:
Orange County Bail Bonds, located across the street from the Orange County jail facility, is a family owned and operated Orange County bail bond service, and has been helping the community since 1963. For bail bonds, Irvine residents trust our local service, as we are just minutes from all jails in the area. For immediate service with bail, Huntington Beach residents call 714-543-8688. We operate at the lowest 8%* rate and collateral is not always necessary for a bail bond. Newport Beach, Mission Viejo, and Anaheim are just a few of the county's cities we proudly serve. For more information on our services, please browse our website http.http://www.bailall.com, or call us at 888-Bail All for quick service from our family to yours.
*Conditions Apply (see above)