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Bail Bonds in Riverside

bail bonds riverside county caSearching for a fast & affordable bail bonds company in Riverside? We can help.  The Bail Boys has over 20 years of experience providing over 10,000 Californian’s with low cost bail bond services.

Questions about how it works? Give us a call today to speak with a bail bonds agent and learn about the bail process.

It doesn’t take a lot to end up in police custody. Even small infractions, like a DUI or drug use, can result in a visit to a Riverside jail or detention center. When you find yourself behind bars, contact The Bail Boys Bail Bonds immediately.

Our licensed Riverside bail bondsmen help hundreds of people post bail each year. We offer fast and convenient services to make posting bail easy. You and your loved ones won’t have to sit in custody a second longer than necessary.

We Offer Bail Bonds Throughout Riverside County in:

Directions to our Bail Bonds Office in Riverside

What are Bail Bonds?

After Riverside authorities accuse someone of a crime, they apprehend the defendant and bring them to the station for identification and fingerprinting. A judge then decides how much the defendant should pay to leave jail before their court date. The bail amount varies based on the accusation, location, and defendant’s criminal history.

Bail bonds in Riverside can be pricey. People that can’t immediately post bail call a Riverside bail bondsman to cover the payment. The agent makes the payment on behalf of the defendant in exchange for surety. This arrangement means the defendant will show up for court; otherwise, they’ll forfeit the collateral in the bond. 

Good news! We offer the most convenient and flexible payment plans in California. Contact us for a free consultation.

How Do I Get a Bail Bond in Riverside?

bail bonds team riverside county caContacting The Bail Boys Bail Bonds in Riverside, CA, is the easiest way to get a bond. We work closely with local law enforcement, so clients can get their loved ones out of jail quickly. Our agents handle the entire process, including all the paperwork and formalities, so you can focus on returning home.

We accepts cash, credit card, money order, and Western Union Quick Collect payments. Some bail bonds agencies may take property, such as jewelry, art, or a home, to cover the bond. Note that if you do not show up for court, the agent may repossess your assets.

How Much Are Riverside Bail Bonds?

Riverside has a higher than average cost of living, and it shows in the bail bond prices. People can expect to pay anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. It’s impossible to estimate bail bond prices without details about the case. For instance, a misdemeanor DUI bail bond costs up to $10,000, while a felony DUI bail bond costs five times that amount.

If you do not know the bail bond amount, that’s okay. A bail agent can contact the jail and get information about other bond requirements, too. You can arrange an appointment with one of our representatives by phone or at our office, Riverside, CA 92501.

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Riverside Bail Bonds Process

You usually only must wait a few hours for a judge to set your bail. In California, a person’s bail can be set at any time of the day or night and on any day of the week. If you are attempting to bail a loved one out of jail you must wait for the booking process and bail hearing to take place before you can attempt to bail them out of jail.

Once they have been booked into jail, you can usually call the jail or go onto the Riverside County Sheriff Department’s website to find out inmate information, including their bail amount.

When you have figure out how much the person’s bail has been set for, come visit us at our Riverside County location. In addition to knowing the bail amount, you will also need to know:

  • What charge the person is facing
  • Which jail the person is in
  • The person’s date of birth
  • The person’s full name and booking number
  • Once we have all the information that is needed, we can work quickly to help get your loved one out of jail

The Bail Boys Bail Bonds can process cases in as little as 20 minutes. We’ll also walk you through the bond contract to ensure you understand the terms and conditions. Our friendly and prompt service is why people in Riverside come to us when they need a bail bond.

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Can I Get My Money Back?

Most cases do not result in you getting your premium back from the bonding office. The bond is what gets you out of jail. A Riverside bail bondsman would need to break the contract for you to receive compensation.

Police Departments, Jails, and Courthouses in Riverside County

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Our Riverside bail bondsmen at The Bail Boys have gathered the information you need to locate your loved one and get their bail amount. Below is a list of the police departments, jails, and courthouses in and around Riverside County. The information should help as you begin the bail bonds process, but please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you need any further assistance.

Riverside County Inmate Locator

Murrieta Police Department


2 Town Square

Murrieta, CA 92562

Phone: (951) 304-2677

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department


4095 Lemon Street

Riverside, CA 92501

Phone: (951) 955-2400

Blythe Jail


260 N. Spring Street

Blythe, CA 92225

Phone: (760) 921-5780

Visitation Information:

Visits must be scheduled 1 day before the desired date by calling (951)341-8888.

Inmates are allowed 2 visits per week and 2 visitors per visit.

Visits are 45 minutes long.

Cois M. Byrd Detention Center


30755-B Auld Road

Murrieta, CA 92563

Phone: (951) 696-3050

Visitation Information:

Visits can be scheduled by calling (951) 696-3470 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Inmates are allowed one 45-minute visit per week and 1 visitor per visit.

John J. Benoit Detention Center


82675 St. Hwy. 111

Indio, CA 92201

Phone: (760) 863-8252

Visitation Information:

Visits must be scheduled 1 day before the desired date by calling (951)341-8888.

Inmates are allowed 2 visits per week and 2 visitors per visit.

Visits are 45 minutes long.

Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility


1627 S. Hargrave Street

Banning, CA 92220

Phone: (951) 922-7300

Visitation Information:

Visits can be scheduled by calling (951) 922-7540 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Inmates are allowed two 45-minute visits per week and one visitor per visit.

Robert Presley Detention Center


4000 Orange Street

Riverside, CA 92501

Phone: (951) 955-4500

Visitation Information:

Visits can be scheduled by calling (951) 341-8888 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Inmates are allowed two 45-minute visits per week and one visitor per visit.

Southwest Justice Center


30755-D Auld Road

Murrieta, CA 92563

Phone: (951) 777-3147

Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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Are you or a loved one sitting in a Riverside jail or detention center? Call Bail Boys Bail Bonds now. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to deliver Riverside bail bond service in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Bail Bond Riverside County FAQ

How can I get cheap bail bonds in Riverside, California?

To find affordable bail bonds in Riverside, California, start by comparing local bail bond services for the best rates and inquire about payment plans and discounts. Affordable options are more often available for clients with legal representation or belonging to certain groups like unions or the military. Ensure the agency is transparent about all fees to avoid hidden charges. Consulting a lawyer can also provide valuable guidance and recommendations for reputable and cost-effective bail bond services

How much does a bail bond cost in California?

In California, the cost of a bail bond is typically set at 10% of the total bail amount. This is a non-refundable fee that is paid to the bail bond company. For example, if a court sets bail at $50,000, the bail bond would cost $5,000. This rate is standard and regulated by the California Department of Insurance, so all bail bond companies should charge the same percentage. Some companies may offer payment plans or discounts under certain conditions, but the base rate remains at 10%.

How do you pay bail in Riverside County?

To post bail for a detainee, you should go to the jail where they are held. Bail payments can be made in the jail’s facility. Cash bail involves paying the entire bail amount either in cash or with a cashier’s check.

In Riverside County, California, bail can be paid in several ways:

  1. Cash Bail: You can pay the full bail amount in cash directly at the jail or the court. This amount will be held until the court case is resolved.
  2. Bail Bond: If you’re unable to pay the full amount in cash, you can use a bail bond service. You pay a non-refundable fee, typically 10% of the total bail amount, to the bail bondsman, who then posts the full bail on your behalf.
  3. Property Bond: In some cases, you can use real property (like a house) as collateral. The court holds a lien on the property for the bail amount.
  4. Credit Card or Personal Check: Some facilities may allow bail payment via credit card or personal check, but this varies, so it’s best to check with the specific court or jail.
How can I finance bail bond?
  1. Payment Plans: Many bail bond companies offer structured payment plans, typically requiring a down payment followed by regular installments.
  2. Credit Check: Some agencies may conduct a credit check to assess your eligibility for financing.
  3. Collateral: Collateral such as property, vehicles, or jewelry might be required to secure the bond.
  4. Co-Signer: If you’re not eligible for financing on your own, a co-signer can help by taking responsibility for the bond payments if needed.
  5. Negotiating Terms: It’s crucial to understand and negotiate the terms of your financing, including interest rates and payment schedules.
  6. Legal Representation Discounts: Discounts may be available if you are represented by an attorney, affecting your financing options.
What should I consider before agreeing to a bail bond financing plan?

Before agreeing to a financing plan for a bail bond, it’s important to consider several key factors:

  1. Interest Rates: Understand the interest rates involved. High rates can significantly increase the total amount you’ll owe.
  2. Payment Schedule: Be clear on the payment schedule. Ensure that the due dates and amounts are manageable with your financial situation.
  3. Penalties for Late or Missed Payments: Know the consequences of late or missed payments. This can include additional fees or legal complications.
  4. Total Cost: Calculate the total cost of the bond with financing. Sometimes, the added interest can make a significant difference.
  5. Collateral Requirements: If collateral is required, know what assets you can use and the risks involved if you fail to make payments.
  6. Co-Signer Responsibilities: If you have a co-signer, understand their obligations and the potential impact on their financial situation if you default.
  7. Bail Bond Company’s Reputation: Research the bail bond company. Look for reviews or testimonials to gauge their reliability and service quality.
  8. Terms and Conditions: Carefully read all the terms and conditions of the agreement. Don’t hesitate to ask questions if something is not clear.
  9. Alternatives: Explore all other alternatives and compare different bail bond services to find the best option for your needs.
How do I find out if someone is in jail in Riverside?
  1. Visit a Inmate Lookup Tool.
  2. Enter the inmate’s First and Last Name, or Booking Number if available, in the appropriate fields.
  3. Click on ‘Search’ to proceed.
  4. If a match is found, the information will be displayed on the screen.

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