The population in Perris has been steadily growing over the past few years. In fact, a whopping 23,000 people moved to this bustling city in Riverside County in the past decade alone. With the breathtaking Perris Reservoir, the fascinating Orange Empire Railway Museum, and even the breakneck Perris Auto Speedway, it is no wonder people from all around the state and country want to live here. However, with a higher population comes a stricter police force.
The crime rate in Perris is subpar at best and dismal at worst. In fact, Perris is more dangerous than roughly 83% of other cities in America. Considering that, it is no wonder that the Riverside County Police took over responsibility for Perris all the way back in 1996. Sadly, this move has not seemed to have helped the situation. If anything, the people in Perris are in a position where officers who are not local to the area are in charge of protecting it. This means that you may find yourself on the wrong side of the law, despite not having committed a crime.
We at Balboa Bail Bonds understand how dangerous a touchy police officer can be. Some of the Riverside County Police may be more interested in arresting first and asking questions later. While they do it in the name of protecting the people of Perris, it can leave you in an incredibly difficult and frightening situation. That is why our Perris bail bonds agents are dedicated to helping people who have found themselves behind bars. If you or a loved one have been arrested in Perris, call our agency at (619) 760-2222 so that you can get back home where you belong.
Following an arrest, you may assume that you can’t afford bail. After all, many of us live paycheck to paycheck these days and certainly don’t have an extra few thousand just laying in our bank account. On top of that, depending on the crime, you may be looking at a bail that is set in the tens of thousands. However, that is where Balboa Bail Bonds can step in.
Once your bail is set, you can and should call us immediately. With our incredibly low 10% premium, you only have to worry about paying a fraction of your bail costs. For example, if your bail was set at $4,000, you would only have to pay us $400. Even better, we offer a flexible payment plan for all of our clients. That means that even if that $400 is still a little tight for your budget, we can work with you to figure out a payback plan the works for your wallet, not against it.
With your bail paid, you can head back to the comfort of your own home. There you can prepare for your trial, talk with your attorney, be supported by loved ones, and ask your bail bond agent any and all questions you can think of relating to the trail. We don’t abandon you once the bail has been paid. Instead, we offer constant support whenever you need it.
After being arrested in Perris, you will most likely be transported to the Perris City Police Department, which is located in 137 North Perris Blvd, Perris, CA 92570. There you will be processed and then granted a bail hearing within 24-48 hours of your arrest. During this hearing, a judge, who will be presented over a video feed, will determine what to set your bail at. In California, bail is usually set following specific bail schedules. These schedules determine bail based on the alleged crime. For example, bail set for a domestic violence charge will likely be higher than the bail set for a petty theft charge.
On top of using the bail schedules, the judge will also take a few other factors into consideration. They may consider the severity of the crime, whether there was any alleged violence, your criminal history, and whether you are a flight risk. Determining whether or not someone is a flight risk involves weighing several factors, such as:
- Whether they live locally
- Whether they work locally
- Whether they have family locally
- Whether they have evaded the police in the past
If you are found to be a flight risk, as in someone who is likely to flee the state or country in order to avoid conviction, then you bail may be set higher. This is to ensure that you go to trial and are given proper due process.
Once your bail has been set, if you do not pay it yourself or reach out to a bail bond agent to pay it for you, you may be transported to the Robert Presley Detention Center, which can be found at 4000 Orange St, Riverside, CA 92501. There you will await trial unless your bail is paid. If you do pay bail, you will be allowed to return home, unless a court order dictates that you must not, which may happen if you have been charged with domestic violence. In which case, you will need to find somewhere else to stay.
Once you have paid bail or have been transported to the detention center, your trial date will be set. It is very likely that your trial will take place at the Riverside Superior Court Moreno Valley, which is located at 13800 Heacock St # D201, Moreno Valley, CA 92553. However, the location of the trial can vary depending on what the court feels is best. Once your trial is set, you must show up to all required court proceedings on time and dress professionally. Missing a court appearance or being late can cause your bail to become forfeit, meaning it will not be returned.
If you find yourself in a position where you cannot make a court appearance or you are going to be late, you should immediately contact your bail agent. All of our agents at Balboa Bail Bonds work incredibly hard to make sure that they maintain a strong relationship with local courts. Your agent may be able to have your bail reinstated. However, that is never guaranteed, so you should still do your best to show up when you are expected to.
There is nothing more gut-wrenching than suddenly finding yourself on the wrong side of the law. Few of us plan for such a moment, and so have no clue what to do when we are being clasped in handcuffs. If you or a loved one in Perris have been arrested, then you need strong guidance, a helping hand, and, of course, bail. Call Balboa Bail Bonds at (619) 760-2222 to get in contact with a Riverside County bail bond agent today. We offer some of the best help and lowest costs in California.