Category Crimes

Early Release For 76,000 California Inmates?

Remedy Bail Bonds launched an updated range of services in line with the recent announcement that the state is giving 76,000 inmates, including violent and repeat felons, good-behavior credits. This was “supposedly” made to lessen the state’s prison population, which is…

Just Arrested? Here’s How to Get Out on Bail Bond

Being arrested can be a traumatic thing—but thankfully, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to be stuck in jail for the long haul. Assuming bail is offered, you can get out of jail and go be with your family as you await your scheduled court appearance. Of course, all this presumes that you have a good Orange County bail bond company to help you and that you understand the basics of the bail process. Here’s a quick guide—the steps you should take if you find yourself arrested. Call a Family Member The first thing you should do is call a family member, using the jail phone, and tell them what’s happened. Ask them to contact Remedy Bail Bonds right away to get the process started. The reason for this is that processing bail can take a little time, so the sooner you begin it the better. Give the Right Information As you ask your loved one to find Remedy bail bonds in the area, also provide them with as much information as you can about your situation. Tell them which jail you’re being held in, for starters. Your case number will be helpful, as well as the specific charges. Understand Premiums A bail bondsman will cover your bail for you, but you or your loved one will need to pay a premium—usually around 10 percent of the total bail amount. Make sure your loved one asks the Orange County bail bonds company about this. Be Aware of Whether You Get Bail at All At some point, you’ll appear before a judge, and bail will be set—usually. Sometimes, bail is denied. This is the judge’s prerogative, but it’s unlikely to happen unless you’re a repeat offender or a flight risk. It’s probably not anything to worry about, but do be aware […]

Spring Out of Jail

Spring is a season of new beginnings. Spring cleaning, out with the old in with the new. Flowers are in bloom and the past is well, passed. Is your loved one in jail? Do you know that you can “spring” them out and bring them home today by posting a bail bond? It’s much easier than you think! What Is A Bail Bond?  A Bail bond is a type of surety bond, in monetary or property form, issued to the court for the release of a person who has been arrested and placed in custody of the law. The bond acts as a promissory agreement between the defendant and the court system that implies the defendant will be present in court on a specified date set by the court.  Determining the cost of the bail bond depends on the following factors: The type of crime – Crimes that are considered petty or less violent than other crimes typically have lower bail bond costs. If a criminal act is more threatening to the community than usual, the higher the bail will most likely be. The defendant – The court judge has the ability to set bail or not, and determines the bail amount. Bail will most likely be set based on the nature of the crime as mentioned previously and if the defendant has a criminal record, is a flight risk (e.g., won’t show up for court), or has a reputation for unruly behavior. The jurisdiction – Depending on the county, there are bail schedules for certain types of crimes committed. Contact us or check with your family’s lawyer to learn the bail schedule, or “sentence enhancements”, for the act your loved one was arrested for. The bail bondsman –  Contacting Remedy Bail Bonds is the best course of action to determine the cost of the bond. We […]

Why is Bail Allowed/Legal?

Most people are familiar with the idea of bail and how it works, but there is more to bail than meets the eye. There is very important reason that it exists and it has to do with how the justice system works. The US has a justice system that allows people certain rights. That’s where bail comes in. What Does Bail Do? Bail allows people to get out of jail while they’re waiting to have their case taken to court. Bail as a legal right dates back hundreds of years and has been reformed many times over those centuries. Currently, US bail policy is the result of many years of legislators working to balance civil liberties with public safety. One of the biggest concerns of civil libertarians is that the bail system can discriminate against the poor. There have been reforms in US law over the years that ensure that people who don’t have a lot of cash on hand can get released from jail with as little financial burden as is reasonable. For this reason, Remedy Bail Bonds offers many different financing options including the lowest money down, collateral only, no collateral and easy payment plans. Of course, laws are living things and, when bail reform was addressed in the 1960s, it was good news for those who had spent long periods of time languishing in jail only to find out that the charges against them had been dropped or to get acquitted, meaning that they’d gone through all the financial and social distress of being held in jail for no reason at all. Conversely, there were problems with the 1960s bail reform that made it easy for violent and dangerous criminals to get out of jail. Finding The Balance Reforms introduced into laws regarding bail since the 1960s have made it possible […]

Do You Know Your Options?

  In the unfortunate circumstance that somebody you love is arrested and goes to jail you have a few options:   You can go directly to the Jail and pay the full bail amount as set by the judge. The Bail amount is typically determined by the Bail Schedule though the judge has final authority based on the specifics of the case and defendant.   You can hire a Bail Bonds Company and pay only a small percentage of the full bail amount. (that percentage is 10% as per California Law). For example if the bail amount was $5,000, instead of going directly to the jail and paying that full amount you could bring your loved one home for only $500 by working with a licensed Bail Agent.   You can leave them in Jail until their court process is completed. This can take several months and even years in some cases. You can imagine the avalanche of negative consequences this has; loss of employment/income, separation of family and all the extra stress and then there’s the court process itself… So why post Bail?   Posting Bail allows your loved one to be free (not in custody) on their court date. There is no disruption in their daily routine and they can return to work. They can properly prepare for the court dates . If no bail is posted, your loved one will appear on the court set court dates in county issued clothing/jumpsuit and handcuffs. Many times this will convey to the judge and jury that your loved one is already guilty or acclimated to the prison system greatly impacting their chances of a successful outcome. When your loved one is out on bail they can be equipped  and well represented at the court dates, wearing their own appropriate attire and therefore minimizing any undue bias. At Remedy Bail Bonds we make it easy to post bail. We understand […]

West Valley Detention Center (WVDC)

9500 Etiwanda Ave Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739   For West Valley Inmate and Bail Information Call: (909) 890-0395   Inmate Visiting Appointments Tuesday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.   The West Valley Detention Center (WVDC) was opened in 1991 and is one of the largest county jails in the State of California. With a bed capacity of 3,347, WVDC completes 50,000 to 60,000 bookings and releases each year. WVDC receives arrestees from many different agencies. Pre-trial inmates make up the majority of the population at the WVDC. Court assignments are accomplished by remote video for various locations including San Bernardino, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, Victorville, and Barstow courts.   Get Information for all jails in San Bernardino County including: Central Detention Center (CDC) Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center High Desert Detention Center *Information Courtesy of San Bernardino County Sheriff   It is the goal of Remedy Bail Bonds to assist families with San Bernardino County Inmate, Bail & Visiting information. This webpage is not sponsored by San Bernardino County Sheriff Corrections or Jails. If you need to contact the San Bernardino County Sheriff please visit their website here. If you need assistance with the Bail Bond process, then please call 909-890-0395 and a licensed Bail Agent will help you.

30 Celebrities Arrested For DUI

  1. Paris Hilton   Handout/Handout / Los Angeles Police Department When: June 4th, 2007 Where: Los Angeles, California 2. Keifer Sutherland   Handout/Handout / Glendale Police Dep When: December 5th, 2007 Where: Glendale, California 3. Mischa Barton   Handout/Handout / Los Angeles Police Department When: December 27th, 2007 Where: Los Angeles, California 4. Jeffrey Donovan   Handout/Handout / Miami Beach Police Department When: July 21st, 2009 Where: Miami Beach, Florida 5. Nicole Richie   Handout/Handout / Glendale California Police Department When: December 11th, 2006 Where: Glendale, California 6. Mike Tyson   Mesa Police Department When: December 29th, 2006 Where: Mesa, Arizona 7. Mel Gibson   Handout/Handout / Miami Beach Police Department When: July 28th, 2006 Where: Miami Beach, Florida 8. Amanda Bynes   Handout/Handout / Los Angeles Police Department When: April 6th, 2012 Where: Los Angeles, California 9. Nick Nolte   Lost Hills / Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department When: September 11th, 2002 Where: Lost Hills, California 10. Samantha Ronson   Handout/Handout / Baker Sheriff’s Department When: August 2nd, 2011 Where: Baker, California 11. Vince Neil   Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department When: June 27th, 2010 Where: Las Vegas, Nevada 12. Tim Allen   Bloomfield Township Police Department When: May 1997 Where: Bloomfield Township, Michigan 13. Heather Locklear   Handout/Handout / Santa Barbara Police Department When: September 28th, 2008 Where: Santa Barbara, California 14. Randy Travis   Denton County Jail When: August 7th, 2012 Where: Sanger, Texas 15. Haley Joel Osment   Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department When: August 18th, 2006 Where: Los Angeles, California 16. Craig Robinson   Culver City Police Department When: June 29th, 2008 Where: Culver City, California 17. Khloe Kardashian   The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department When: March 4th, 2007 Where: Los Angeles, California 18. Rip Torn   Westchester County Jail / Via When: December 2006 Where: Westchester, New York 19. Natasa Lyonne   Miami Beach Police Department / Via When: August 2001 Where: Miami Beach, Florida 20. Chris Klein   San Diego County Sheriff’s Department / Via When: February 5th, 2005 Where: San Diego, California 21. Nick Carter   City of Tampa Police Department When: March 5th, 2005 Where: Tampa, Florida 22. Jaime Pressly   Search Results […]

Remedy Bail Bonds Does It Again!

    It was the middle of the night and a client found themselves stuck in a tough situation in the West Valley Detention Center of  San Bernardino County. His hope was running low when he made a great decision and reached out to our agent John Nieves in the San Bernardino Bail Bonds office. John did not hesitate to “work his magic” even in the twilight hours.  At Remedy Bail Bonds, our licensed agents take great pride and diligence in being available around the clock for you. Here’s what the client had to say about John in his own words: “John, I really didn’t know if you had worked your magic or not and at midnight I figured it just didn’t happen! Then at two this morning I got rolled up and  released! Thank you soooo much man! I know you must have went out on a limb for me and I can’t begin to tell you how much it means to me! I will not forget it  and and I’m truly more than thankful!” Awesome job John… Remedy Bail Bonds to the rescue no matter the time! Have we helped your family through a difficult time? We would greatly appreciate if you would take the time to let us know how we’ve been of service to you. Your reviews are a great benefit and encouragement to us so thank you. Here’s a few links where you can leave us a review: Yelp Google+ Thanks for your trust, business and great positive feedback! Give us a call today or simply visit: We have offices located throughout Southern California for your convenience.  San Bernardino – (909) 890-0395  Riverside – (951) 684-2183  Orange County – (714) 775-2400  San Diego – (619) 422-5010 Simply Click a county to call and you’ll be speaking with our licensed bail agent momentarily.

What’s The Best Time of Day to Call A Bail Bondsman?

Getting arrested for a crime is never something that anybody writes into their schedule. It is not something a person plans to do and can often happen in the middle of the night or outside typical “business hours”. For most people, staying in jail is a very bad idea. It often leads to loss of income, loss of employment and most of all loss of freedom. Being in jail has huge negative impacts on your family, reputation and overall well being. This is why it is absolutely crucial to contact a bail bondsman right away. So, what is the best time of day to contact a Bail Bondsman? Well, with Remedy Bail Bonds the answer is anytime! 1-800-BAIL-ME-OUT Our top priority is serving our clients so Remedy Bail Bonds licensed agents are available around the clock. That’s right 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!  Call our offices which are located conveniently throughout Southern California morning or night and we will walk you through the process of bringing your loved one home! The sooner you can connect with a licensed Bail Bond agent, the sooner you can begin to take the necessary steps toward freedom. We are in the business of ‘Bringing Families Together’. We have offices located throughout Southern California for your convenience… San Bernardino – (909) 890-0395   Riverside – (951) 684-2183   Los Angeles – (213) 483-3800   Orange County – (714) 775-2400   San Diego – (619) 422-5010 From your mobile device; simply Click a county to call and you’ll be speaking with our licensed bail agent momentarily 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week.

Posting Bail for DUI

If you or a loved one is arrested for DUI in San Diego it is now necessary to post a bail bond to be released from jail. The AB 109 bill has made it so that a person arrested fro DUI cannot be legally OR’d, which means released on their own recognizance. If it is the first DUI offense of the defendant, the bond according to the bail schedule is $2,500. By law this means somebody must come up with $250 (10 percent of the bail amount) and a cosigner to be released from jail. Often, bail bonds companies will allow the the arrestee to sign for themselves and pay upon release. A common problem occurring in San Diego with DUI arrests is that San Diego Police department does not always complete a background check on the arrestee before setting the bail amount. This leads to the bail being set at $2,500 (as for 1st offenses) when in reality it may be the 2nd, 3rd and so on arrest for the individual. The bail amount for a 2nd DUI offense is $10,000. The bail amount for a 3rd can range between $20,000 and $50,000.  A fourth DUI offense which is considered as a felony carries a bail of $100,000. These amounts are set according to the bail schedule although the judge always has the authority to change as he sees fit. The reason why this causes such a problem is that when the defendant shows up to court (out on bail for $2,500) they are greeted with a very unwelcomed surprise and are taken into custody unexpectedly. For this fact it is crucial that you have a trustworthy bail bonds company on your side. Remedy Bail Bonds is Southern California’s most trusted bail bonds company. We make it a point […]