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Remedy Bail Bonds San Bernardino is a family oriented company that strives on family values. All of our agents are licensed bail bond agents with years of experience and are true believers of extending open arms to listen and understand our client’s needs. We understand that families find themselves in situations that they are not familiar with and not prepared for. We know that sometimes bad things happen to good people. We are in the business of “Bringing Families Together”.
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About Remedy Bail Bonds San Bernardino
There are four jails, or correctional facilities, in San Bernardino County, all managed by the Sheriff’s Department Corrections Division, one of the largest jail operations in the state of California and throughout the country. Rules at the jail facilities are strictly enforced to protect visitors, corrections staff and inmates.
We provide Bail Bonds Services for all jails in San Bernardino County including:
West Valley Detention Center
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 & 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. If you need assistance with the Bail Bond process, then please call 909-963-0876 and a licensed Bail Agent will help you.
Some Facts About Bail Bonds In San Bernardino
The question of bail arises when a person is arrested for a crime and needs to get out of jail until the court case against the alleged crime is heard and decided. These sums could be quite high, depending on the crime under which the person is booked, and when a person in San Bernardino does not have the money to cover the amount of bail, he, or she, can use the services of a bail bondsman to secure the release of the person for a fee that can vary from between 8 and 10 percent of the bond amount.
Once the fee is negotiated, and the individual arrested or a co-signor takes the responsibility in writing for the amount of the bail bond, the bondsman will deliver the bond to the authorities and have the person released on bail. The bonds are intended to serve as a guarantee that the person will appear in court on the due date set for hearing, and once this condition has complied with the entire bond amount is released. Failure to appear in court can cause confiscation of the bond and other police action. In such cases, a San Bernardino bail bondsman will probably seize the security initially offered by the person or co-signor.
In San Bernardino, CA, state bonds have a minimum charge of $50, while for higher amounts above $500, a 10% value is charged for the bond amounts. Federal bonds are required for arrests under federal laws, and invite a rate of a minimum of $50, while amounts over $450 will attract a 12% rate. There are other rates for immigration bonds and other bonds. Some bail bondsman in this city will allow you to finance the bond with cash deposits that can be as low as 10%, provided they are convinced of the authenticity and ability of the person to repay.
At Remedy Bail Bonds, bail processes can be started over the phone by friends and relatives of the arrested person, and often the time taken to arrange a bail bond is far less than the time taken to process the arrest. In cases, where the bail bondsman is not convinced of the risk of non-repayment, they may ask for collateral to cover the cost of the bond. This is because, in case the arrested and then bailed out person does not make the required court appearance, the entire bond amount that the bail bondsman has put up is forfeited.
Bail bond fees are not refundable, and even if a person does not get charged in court, this is a cost that will have to be borne. The entire bond amount can only be released to the arrested person if he or she has made arrangments personally to provide the bail bond amount. Co-signors to bail bonds bear the responsibility of the court appearance of the arrested person. Bail bondsman, as per law in California, of which San Bernardino is a part, can make their own efforts to get the arrested individual to court for up to a year after non-appearance has resulted in forfeiture of the bail amount, and ask for the bond to be repaid.
Remedy Bail Bonds // San Bernardino
1254 S Waterman Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92408