California bail bonds companies frequently get calls from people wanting to know if they can get their loved one out of the Riverside County Jail if the defendant does not live locally.
Sometimes the defendant is a student who is about to go home for summer break. Other times the defendant was arrested while they were visiting a friend or family member.
Yes, it is possible to post bail bonds in Riverside if the defendant lives out of state.
The bondsman will begin by asking a series of questions about the person in custody, including why they were in California, where they live, the type of work they do and the nature of the crime they have been accused of. They will also ask how you know this person, if you’re willing to take full responsibility they will return to court to finish their case, and they may also ask about the state of your credit.
Out of state bail bonds are slightly more complex than those involving people who live in the area, but it is still possible to get your loved one out of the Riverside jails fast.
For more information on how Riverside County Jail bail bonds work call our office today for a free, no-hassle consultation.