Fontana Bail Bonds

Fontana, California is a city in San Bernardino County serving more than 200,000 residents. Founded in 1913 by Azariel Blanchard Miller, the area was primarily rural until World War II , when Henry J. Kaiser built a large steel mill in the area. With Interstate 10 and State Route 210 transecting in the city from east to west, and Interstate 15 passing through the northwestern quadrant of the city, Fontana now serves as a regional hub in the trucking industry.

Fontana, California Attractions

Fontana is home to San Bernardino's largest county libraries and the Auto Club Speedway, built on the site of the Kaiser Steel Mill. Fontana also hosts the fastest half-marathon course in the world, the Fontana Days Half Marathon and 5K run. Kaiser Permanente, the largest managed healthcare organization in the country, got its start in Fontana, as well. The health care giant was created to meet the needs of the steel mill workers during and after World War II.

NASCAR's new Auto Club Speedway opened as a new NHRA-sanctioned drag strip in Fontana in 2006. The speedway has a grandstand capacity of 68,000, 28 skyboxes and a total capacity of 122,000. This D-shaped oval superspeedway is used for open wheel racing events and IndyCar races.

The city of Fontana offers its residents many parks and multi-use areas to improve the quality of life in the San Bernardino Valley. Veteran's Park on Merrill Avenue offers ball fields that are used for softball and baseball tournaments, volleyball courts, a soccer field, basketball courts, snack bar, picnic tables, and playground. The Jack Bulik Park and Multi-purpose Rink, located on Filbert Ave., offers a covered skate park and hockey rink, in addition to ball fields, basketball courts, picnic shelters, and snack bar.

Fun Things to do in Fontana, California

Noted for its beautiful scenery, Fontana rests in the shadow of the gorgeous Jurupa Mountains. The Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center offers free admission to over nine-acres of botanical gardens where you'll discover more than ten dinosaur sculptures and learn about the local flora and fauna. Located in the foothills of the Jurupa Mountains on Granite Hill Drive, JMDC has over 82-acres with a variety of daily paid expeditions, weekend activities, and community events. They also offer summer camps for children two to seventeen.

The City of Fontana offers a Summer Concert Series, every Thursday from the first part of June through the end of July. Held at Veterans Park, 17225 Merrill Avenue, this family-friendly concert series features a variety of sounds sure to please every music lover. Enjoy free music, food from local vendors, giveaways, and dancing at this local event.

Fontana, California Law Enforcement

Hopefully, your time spent in Fontana, California will be pleasant and uneventful. But, should you find yourself in need of law enforcement officials, you'll find the Fontana Police Department located at:

Fontana Police Department
17005 Upland Ave.
Fontana, CA  92335
(909) 350-7740
(909) 350-7700

The City of Fontana police force employs 188 officers, providing law enforcement services for the second most populous city in San Bernardino County. The Fontana Police Department has been recognized at the state and national levels for award-winning, community-oriented, policing programs.

Emergency Response Services

The Fontana Fire District responds to all types of emergencies, including fires, medical emergencies, search and rescue situations, acts of terrorism, natural disasters, and other types of local emergencies. The Fire District also responds to less severe types of emergencies, like children locked in cars, broken water lines, and conditions threatening senior citizens in the city. The Fontanta Fire District is located in the City Hall Offices:

Fontana City Hall

8353 Sierra Ave

Fontana, CA  92335

(909)350-7600

Arrested in Fontana, California

If things don't go to plan and you find yourself afoul of the law in Fontana, California, it's important to remember a few things that will help keep you from making matters worse. When interacting with the police remember:

  • Stay Calm!
  • Don't struggle physically with the police, even if they feel they need to detain you.
  • Don't yell, or shout obscenities, at law enforcement or any other party.
  • Try to remain reasonable.
  • Conduct yourself in a way that will allow the police officers to see that your conduct has only been what was required by the situation. Even if you are still arrested, your good conduct will leave you in a better position to bargain for a reduction in charges at a later date. And, at the very least, you run less of a risk of doing something that will lead to increased charges, like assault on a police officer.

If you are arrested the arresting officer should inform you of your Miranda Rights:

  • You have the right to remain silent – They can't make you talk, other than to provide your name, address, and show some sort of identification, upon request.
  • Anything you say can be used against you – If you choose to talk to the authorities, the statements you make can be used against you in court.
  • You have the right to an attorney – You can ask to have an attorney present while they question you. If you ask for an attorney but continue to talk to the officers, while you wait for your attorney, the answers you give can still be used against you.

If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you – If you cannot afford an attorney, but would like to have one, the court will appoint an attorney for you, free of charge.

Where is the Jail in Fontana, California?

If you are arrested in Fontana, California, you will likely be taken to the West Valley Detention Center (WVDC), in Rancho Cucamonga, about four miles from Fontana. The West Valley Detention Center receives arrestees from many different agencies. Their inmate population is made up primarily of individuals awaiting hearings and trials in the various courts spread throughout the county. Many pre-trail court proceedings are conducted via remote video, though some appearances are required and transportation is carried out by the Transportation Division of the West Valley Detention Center.

Bail in Fontana, California

If you, or a loved one, finds themselves arrested and being held in the Fontana Jail (West Valley Detention Center) you'll likely want to get home to friends and family, as quickly as possible. Bail is one way that the court provides for defendants to move freely while waiting for hearings and pre-trail court proceedings.

Bail is an amount of money that the court holds while waiting for court proceedings to move through the bureaucracy. Criminal cases can take months, and even years, from start to finish, and the county doesn't want to house those defendants while waiting for trial. That's why bail was invented. The court charges a certain amount of money, called bail, that is calculated depending on the crime that was alleged to have been committed. The defendant gives the money to the court, along with a promise that they will continue to appear for hearings and court proceedings, if they are allowed to go free. The amount of bail can range from several hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.

Posting Bail in Fontana, California

To post bail a person must have either cash (in the form of a cashier's check) or real property with a value at least double the amount of the bail being required, to pay to the court as bail money. At the end of the legal process, when the person is either found innocent or sentenced for the charges, the bail money will be refunded to the person who paid it. The defendant can pay bail for themselves, or someone else can pay it for them. However, a part of the bail process is a promise from the defendant to the court that they will appear each time they are required to until their charges are resolved. If they ever fail to appear in court, the bail money or property is forfeited, or turned over to the court to keep.

Bail Bonds in Fontana, California

Many people do not have the cash reserves on hand to pay the bail that will be required to get them out of jail. Or, if they do have the cash, they prefer to keep that money for hiring an attorney and meeting their every day expenses, rather than having the money tied up with the court system for months or years.

This is where a bail bond company, like Mr. Good Guy Bail Bonds, comes in. A Bail Bond Company works with an insurance company to make a “bond” with the court system, paying bail on someone's behalf, in return for a small premium, generally 10% of the total cost of bail. Then, the bail bond company waits for the legal proceedings to come to a conclusion and then receive the bail money back from the court system. This leaves the defendant with enough cash reserves to hire an attorney and meet the every day needs of life.

Bail Bond Rates in Fontana, California

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is the #1 bail bond company in Southern California, and they'll work hard to get you out of jail as soon as possible. Mr. Nice Guy's licensed bail agents can process bail bonds for arrests throughout Southern California and offer bail premiums as low as 7%* (the lowest bail bond rate allowed in California). No other bail bondsman can offer lower rates. Call now, or start the bail bonds process online. (844) 400-BAIL (2245)

Some bail bond companies require an annual premium on the anniversary of charges, but Mr. Nice Guy never does that. Once you've secured a bond through Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds, there are no additional fees or recurring charges. Mr. Nice Guy will even work with you on establishing a payment plan for a bail bond, to help get yourself or a loved one out of jail when you're on a budget. It just doesn't get much nicer than that!

Other online services include free warrant checks and a direct link to the most Sheriff's Department databases.

If you need a bail bond in Southern California: if you want fast, private service at the best rates available; if you are looking for professional service, call Mr. Nice Guy toll free at (844)400-2245.