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If your loved one has been arrested, The Bail Boys can help secure their release from jail. Our bail bonds agents in Temecula provide fast, reliable service and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you choose us, an experienced member of our team will guide you through the entire bail bonds process. One of our agents will explain the steps involved in getting your loved one out of police custody and your and your loved one's obligations after posting bail. Within 20 minutes, our Temecula bail bondsman can have the necessary paperwork and formalities completed and be on our way to submitting everything to the appropriate agency. Depending on the jail's resources, you can be reunited with your loved one within 4 to 8 hours.

Posting bail for your loved one using the Bail Boys in Temecula has several benefits. They will not have to remain behind bars while their case is pending. That means that they can continue taking care of personal, professional, and/or educational obligations and avoid facing serious ramifications. They will also be able to spend unrestricted time with loved ones (unless a judge prohibits contact with certain individuals), as they will not be constrained by visiting hours. Additionally, they will have more time to prepare for their defense.

Our compassionate team can help you show your support for your loved one by delivering professional bail bonds services in Temecula. To get started, call The Bail Boys at (800) 798-7366 or contact us online.

Bail Bonds Near Temecula:

What Is a Bail Bond?

A bail bond is a surety provided to a court promising that a defendant will appear at all applicable hearings concerning their case.

Below is a more in-depth discussion about the process and how bail bonds work in Temecula:

  • Arrest: A person is arrested for a crime.
  • Jail: The individual (now referred to as a defendant) is booked and held in jail.
  • Bail: The defendant is scheduled for a first appearance or bail hearing where a judge determines how much bail should be set at or whether it should be set at all.
  • Bail options: Once bail is set, the defendant has a couple of different options. They can choose not to pay, but this means that they would have to wait in jail while their case is pending (some cases can take weeks or months to resolve). Or, they can choose to pay bail, which would allow them to be released from police custody while they await trial.
  • Bail bonds agency: Often, bail amounts are high and beyond a defendant's (or their loved one's) financial means. In such a situation, they can call on a Temecula bail bonds agency for help posting bail. For a 10% non-refundable fee, the company provides a promise to the court stating that it will pay the defendant's full bail amount should they not appear for all scheduled proceedings.
  • Release: After the bail bond is provided, the defendant is released from jail with the understanding that they will show up to court and adhere to any other conditions imposed upon them.

At The Bail Boys, we can answer all your questions and concerns about the bail bonds process in Temecula. We want to ensure you understand what is entailed in getting your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible.

What Are the Conditions of Bail?

As noted above, when a judge sets bail, they will order the defendant to follow certain conditions. The conditions serve several purposes, including ensuring the safety of the victim, the victim's family, and the public.

The terms the judge issues must be reasonable and can include, but are not limited to:

  • Prohibiting the defendant from committing any other offenses,
  • Ordering the defendant to electronic monitoring,
  • Prohibiting the defendant from contacting the victim,
  • Restricting the defendant's travel, and/or
  • Requiring the defendant to enroll in an alcohol or drug treatment program.

If the defendant violates any of the conditions, they face severe consequences. Their bail may be revoked, which means they can be arrested and taken back to jail. Additionally, they may face criminal charges and/or fines.

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost in Temecula?

In California, the standard premium for a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. Thus, the cost of a bail bond depends on the amount of bail, and the bail amount depends on several factors.

Bail must be high enough to discourage the defendant from fleeing before trial.

The judge may consider the following when setting bail:

  • The seriousness of the charge,
  • The defendant's criminal history,
  • The defendant's ties to the community,
  • The probability of the defendant not appearing in court, and
  • The likelihood of the defendant harming the victim or others in the community.

The judge cannot set a high bail amount simply to punish the defendant. They must impose the least restrictive measures that will ensure that the defendant shows up to court. That said, bail amounts can be high. Now, if bail is set at $10,000, a bail bond in Temecula will cost $1,000, and if it's set at $200,000, the bail bond will cost $20,000.

After you know how much your loved one's bail is, reach out to The Bail Boys to get started on the bail bonds process.

Can I Bail Someone Out of Jail with No Money?

Because an arrest can happen at any time, it might not be financially feasible for a defendant or their loved ones to pay whatever amount the judge sets. Fortunately, options are available that allow individuals to secure bail bonds without putting money down. At The Bail Boys, we have a 0% bail bond plan.

Two different eligibility requirements for the no-money-down bail bond option exist:

  1. The cosigner has a credit score above 680, or
  2. The cosigner has collateral to secure the bail bond

If the cosigner qualifies for either option, we will post bail on behalf of their loved one. They must then pay the 10% premium upon release or within a week.

For those not eligible for a 0% bail bond, we also offer 1% and 2% bail bonds. The 1% option is available to people arrested for the first time. They pay 1% of the premium upfront and the remaining 9% later.

The 2% option is for people with a cosigner or OAC. They pay a 2% fee immediately and the remainder at a later date.

Our Temecula bail bonds agents are happy to discuss our bail bonds plans with you. We will review your situation and seek a solution to fit your budget.

Is Bail Money Returned?

Whether bail is returned after the defendant's case depends on the situation, mainly whether they paid cash bail and appeared in court when required.

If the defendant paid bail from their own pocket (or their loved one posted bail on their behalf), and they showed up for all scheduled hearings, bail money will be returned. However, if the defendant failed to appear in court, the bail money would be forfeit.

If a Temecula bail bonds company posted bail on behalf of the defendant, and the defendant went to court as required, the premium will not be returned. The bail bonds agency charges the 10% non-refundable fee for its services. If the defendant does not show up to the proceedings concerning their case, they will be responsible for paying the bail bonds agency the rest of the bail amount. In other words, if they initially paid $1,000 for a $10,000 bond, they are required to pay the remaining $9,000.

Get Experienced Bail Bonds Services in Temecula

At The Bail Boys, we are concerned with helping you reunite with your loved one as quickly as possible. We are here to help you through the entire bail bonds process in Temecula.

Contact us any time at (800) 798-7366 for the assistance you need.

Temecula Police, Jail, and Court Information

Our team at The Bail Boys has compiled a list of police departments, jails, and courthouses in and around Temecula. Having this information in one location can help as you attempt to locate your loved one after their arrest and begin the bail bonds process. If you have questions or need additional assistance, please feel free to reach out to us. Our agents are ready and available to deliver the guidance you need.

Riverside County Inmate Locator

Jail Information Management System

Temecula Police Department

Address:

30755-A Auld Road

Murrieta, CA 92563

Phone:

(951) 696-3000

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

Address:

4095 Lemon Street

Riverside, CA 92501

Phone:

(951) 955-2400

Blythe Jail

Address:

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

Address:

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

Address:

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

Address:

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

Address:

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

Address:

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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