Helping Those in Need of Bail in Jurupa Valley
Jurupa Valley is a smaller city in Southern California, with just over 100,000 people. This adds to the sense of community that has been built up since the city was founded just under a decade ago. There are many things to do in this incredible city, from hiking through one of its many parks, to visiting the incredible Galleano Winery. That being said, no city is perfect, and Jurupa Valley still has its flaws.
The crime rates in Jurupa Valley have been increasing over the past several years, and the latest records show an increase of violent crimes by a jaw-dropping 19%. This kind of spike can make police officers jumpy. Officers looking to combat high crime rates will often arrest first and ask questions later. You may find yourself in cuffs just for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. That is where Balboa Bail Bonds come in.
We have worked with countless clients who want to get out from behind bars and back to their families as quickly as possible. With our expert Riverside County bail bond agents, you can rest assured knowing that not only will your bail be paid, but you will have someone with experience by your side, answering your questions. To speak with a member of our team, call Balboa Bail Bonds at (619) 760-2222. We are happy to help.
What Sets Balboa Apart
Bail bond agencies often seem faceless. Many operate exclusively to make a profit, only calling you when it’s time to start collecting payments. Balboa Bail Bonds is the complete opposite. We operate with compassion and offer the best service we can to our clients. One of the many ways that we do this is by making sure our agents are prepared to help every client who comes to us. All agents are required to have at least ten years of experience prior to being hired. On top of that, they must be bilingual in English and Spanish, so that we can cater to the diverse Jurupa Valley population.
When you need us, we will be there to pay your bail and get you back home as quickly as possible. We know that you belong with your family, not behind bars. However, we don’t just pay bail and leave -- we offer support, guidance, and expert advice every step of your trial. At Balboa Bail Bonds, there is nothing more important than the client. We know that few people are prepared to be arrested or on trial, which is why we want to be there to answer every one of your questions.
Facing an Arrest
If you are arrested in Jurupa Valley, then you will likely be transported to the local police department at 7477 Mission Boulevard, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509. There, you will be processed. This will include having your fingerprints recorded, your picture taken, and a pat-down for weapons or contraband. Once you have been processed, you will then be temporarily placed in a holding cell.
Within 24-48 hours of your initial arrest, you will be granted a bail hearing. The hearing will be presided over by a judge, whom you will communicate with through a video feed. The judge will be the one to set your bail. They will take multiple things into consideration. The first will be the bail schedule. This schedule is set by the county government and determines how high a bail should be set for different crimes. However, the judge is free to raise or lower the bail according to other factors. These include your criminal history, the severity of the alleged crime, whether or not there are any alleged victims, and how high of a flight risk you are. Your flight risk is how likely the judge thinks you are to flee the city and try to avoid a trial. Whether or not you are a flight risk will be determined by:
- Whether you have family in Jurupa Valley
- Whether you work in Jurupa Valley
- Whether you live in Jurupa Valley
- Whether you have a past of evading the police
If the alleged crime was minor, there were no alleged victims, your criminal history is clear, and you are not a flight risk, then the judge will set your bail fairly low. There is even the chance that the judge will release you without bail altogether (on your own recognizance), trusting you to go to your trial without the added incentive of bail. On the other hand, if a judge deems you are too dangerous to be allowed out of jail before trial, then they will set your bail high, or decline your bail altogether.
Once your bail is set, you will be given the chance to pay it. If you do not pay it, you will be transferred to a more permanent facility, capable of holding you for the duration of your trial, which could take months or even longer in some cases. In Jurupa Valley, you will likely be taken to the Robert Presley Detention Center at 4000 Orange St, Riverside, CA 92501. While there, you will be able to pay your bail at any point to be released, so if you are unable to pay immediately following your bail hearing, you should not assume that you have lost your only chance to pay bail.
Going Through Trial
Whether you pay bail or not, you will be required to attend all court hearings in preparation for your trial, and then you will probably be required to attend the trial itself. A trial for an arrest in Jurupa Valley will most likely take place at the Superior Court of California, Riverside Hall of Justice, which can be found at 4100 Main St., Riverside, CA 92501.
The trial process is not a quick one. There will be several court appointments that must take place before prosecution can get underway, and once the trial has started, it could still be weeks or months before it is concluded. If you are in jail, you will be transported to every required court appearance. However, if you are out on bail, you will need to keep track of these appearances and appear on time and dressed appropriately. Being late or missing an appearance could result in your bail being declared forfeit. This means that your bail will be seized by the court, and you will be taken back to jail. It is very likely that you will be given a second bail hearing, which means you can pay bail again in order to be released once more. However, the first bail will be completely lost, and you will not get your money back.
If you are unable to make a court appearance, or you are running late to one, you should immediately let your attorney and your bail bond agent know. Your attorney may be able to reschedule for you. If they are unable to do that, then your bail bond agent may be able to step in and keep your bail from becoming forfeit. However, they will only be able to do this if you are completely honest with them. Always remember, our agents are here to help. Leaning on them may save you more money than you realize.
Fast and Affordable Bail
You, like many, may assume that bail is not something you can afford. This is understandable. When bail is mentioned on TV shows or on the news, it is often in the hundreds of thousands, or potentially even millions of dollars. However, bail is only set that high for extreme crimes. It is far more likely that your bail will be set in the low thousands. Of course, few families have a few thousand sitting in their bank accounts. That is where Balboa Bail Bonds comes in.
We offer fast, affordable bail. With our low 10% premium, as well as our flexible payment plans, we make sure our clients have a system that works for them. Let’s say your bail is set at $5,000. When you call Balboa Bail Bonds, we send an agent over to pay that $5,000 within 24 hours. You don’t owe us a penny until your trial is over. Once it ends, and so long as your bail has not become forfeit, you only have to pay us 10% of that $5,000, or just $500. Of course, many families struggle to pull together that much, which is why we offer payment plans meant to work with your wallet, not against it. There is nothing more important to us than your comfort.
Call Balboa Bail Bonds Today
Few bail bond agencies can say that they truly care about their clients. Most put their profits before anything else. We at Balboa Bail Bonds treat our clients with the compassion they deserve. If you or someone you love has been arrested for assault, manslaughter, or any other serious crime in Jurupa Valley, call one of our agents at (619) 760-2222 today. We pay bail within 24 hours, meaning that you could be home just one day after your call.