There may be a time when you find yourself in a difficlut situation. We all fear that dreaded late-night phone call from someone you know who has been arrested. They are frantic and have no idea what to do, so they call you for help. You may not know what to do, either.
By calling the experts of Adelante Bail Bonds at 951-213-4788, you’ll find friendly and helpful people who are willing to assist you any time of day or night. They understand what you’re going through when someone you care about is sitting in jail. They will help you get the bail bond process started immediately so your friend or family member spends as little time in jail as possible.
For immediate Moreno Valley bail bonds assistance, call us at 951-213-4788 to speak with a professional bondsman who will answer all of your questions.
Moreno Valley PD & Arrest Process
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
22850 Calle San Juan De Lagos Moreno Valley, CA 92552 Phone: 951-247-8700
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is contracted by the city of Moreno Valley for their police services. Anyone arrested by the men and women of the Moreno Valley Police Department will be taken to the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility for booking and processing. This consists of mug shots, warrant search, background checks and fingerprinting. All personal property is removed from their person and held until they are released from jail. Once this is completed bail is set and the defendant can make a phone call.
Bail Bonds Cost & Payment Options
If the bail amount set is low enough, it is possible to pay that amount in full to the jail or courthouse. It will have to be paid with cash or cashier’s check, and sometimes suitable collateral can be accepted as payment. That money is then returned once the hearing is completed, as long as the defendant appears for their court appearances.
California is one of the highest in the country for bail amounts; therefore, paying this particular amount out of your pocket may not be possible. By using a licensed bail bondsman, not only will it help ease the financial burden, but they will also guide you through the entire process.
In the state of California, The Department of Insurance determines the rate at which a bail bondsman is allowed to charge for their services. This rate is 10%. If the defendant’s bail amount is set at $20,000, then the amount you pay for the services of a bail bondsman is $2,000. This is also a non-negotiable and non-refundable fee.
We make it easy for our clients by offering an expedited online bail process that can be completed by phone, fax or email. We offer easy payments with all major credit cards. For those who qualify, we offer a payment plan with no hidden fees. When you call a knowledgeable licensed bail bondsman will guide you through the process step by step.
Call us at 951-213-4788 24 hours a day to get started on the bail bond process so your loved one does not spend any time longer than necessary in jail.