Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds and bail services are available on-line and by telephone all the time for residents of San Bernardino County. Use our services right here (on-line) to look up and start the process for releasing a friend or loved one who has been arrested in San Bernardino. Bail means release to return to work, perhaps keep their job or schedule a leave of absence, handle the business of scheduling work and family responsibilities, and the general issues concerning the arrest before arraignment and further possible penalties. Mr. Nice Guy’s licensed bail bond agents will answer any questions or assist in your completion of necessary paperwork as you go.
Where can I find Bail Bonds Services in San Bernardino?
Mr. Nice Guy’s reach is far and includes all of these areas of San Bernardino: Barstow, Fontana, Joshua Tree, Rancho Cucamonga, County of San Bernardino Bail, San Bernardino, and Victorville. They go beyond that as well, as far as the Nevada and Arizona borders. To reach out to them any time of day or night, use the following toll free number: (844) 400-BAIL or (844) 400-2245.
For general expertise, confidentiality, security, and peace-of-mind, you cannot get better information, bail bond rates or bail service anywhere else. That’s why Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is respected by Legal Firms, the family members who have posted bond, and the arrestees themselves.
Understanding Bail and Bail Bonds in San Bernardino:
First understand that bail set using a standard amount based on the charges of an arrest and increased (sometimes doubled) if the individual has a previous arrest with the same charge. Mr. Nice Guy has experience with just about everything and can look up the bail amounts for charges so that you can determine how you want to proceed. You are free to verify that against the Penal Code reference table under Resources. Some suspects arrested in high-profile cases may have specific requirements like cash only, so in those rare situations a bail bond is not an option.
Second understand the difference between bail and a bail-bond. Mr. Nice Guy prepares bail bonds at 10% of the bail amount. For example, if bail is $2,000, the bail bond amount is $200, but it is required that preparation and delivery of the bond be done by a licensed bail bond agent of the State and County, like a Mr. Nice Guy agent. For many people this is preferred option because of additional non-bail costs and fees associated with the arrest that compound its impact on friends or family. As an example there will be fees for towing and vehicle impound, legal consultation, and the cost of lost wages or damages or restitution are separate additions to bail amounts or bail bond amounts.
Lastly understand that the arrest is just the beginning of the jail process. Errors can be made by law enforcement, conditions of the arrest can be contested, and sometimes charges are dropped. Bail or bail bonds allow for the earliest possible release of the individual, but don’t exempt them from appearing at a scheduled arraignment (enter a plea) and continued court action if they plead not guilty. They are required to appear in court, but can operate normally from home until the process is complete.
San Bernardino Warrant Bail Bonds:
Warrants can also factor into someone’s actual arrest. Some people have accumulated citations for a vehicle or have ignored paying for citations in the past. They technically can be arrested after being stopped for a broken taillight. If your identification returns such information, you are subject to being arrested.
The time it takes to post bail at any of the detention facilities in San Bernardino County usually takes between 30 minutes and a couple hours. The time frame is different depending on facility and the time of day or night when the individual was booked or delivered into custody.
Mr. Nice Guy’s website provides all the paperwork needed, for paying bail or applying for a bail bond. The forms can be printed and faxed OR processed securely with electronic signature. See the Forms Tab on the Navigation Bar to access the forms. Also, Mr. Nice Guy provides a secure payment portal for posting full bail amounts or bond amounts in whatever manner you want (debit, credit, bit-coin). See the Payments Tab on the Navigation Bar. Most jails accept only cash, money orders, or personal checks with proper ID matching the check. While kiosks exist to process credit card or debit card payments, they may not dispense the full amount that you need depending on your bank limits.
Where is the San Bernardino County Jails?
If someone you know or love is in a San Bernardino County jail, you will have a choice of locations. Mr. Nice Guy’s services or the Inmate Locator function under the “Resources” tab of the Navigation Bar can help pinpoint their residence.
The locations include:
9438 Commerce Way
Adelanto, CA 92301
GLEN HELEN REHABILITATION CENTER
18000 Institution Road
Devore, CA 92407
WEST VALLEY DETENTION CENTER
9500 Etiwanda Ave
Rancho Cucamonga Ca 91739
CENTRAL DETENTION CENTER
630 East Rialto Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415
From these locations, arrestees will often be transported to courts for arraignment. That’s the part of the legal process where the plea, “guilty” or “not guilty” is entered before a judge. Persons entering a not guilty plea to charges are subject to waiting further until their trial date. Sometimes this is a preferred time to post bail if it wasn’t done so initially. Once a person is sentenced, there is no bail option.
Again bail in any form permits a person’s release prior to trial and is based on the reasonable faith that the individual will not pose a threat to the community or flee. You’ll probably be able to find a Mr. Nice Guy bail bond agent in any of these San Bernardino Court locations:
235 East Mountain View Street
Barstow, CA 92311
Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino
17780 Arrow Boulevard
Fontana, CA 92335
Joshua Tree District
6527 White Feather Road
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino
Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Superior Court of California County of San Bernardino
San Bernardino District – Criminal Division
247 West Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0240
Victorville – 14455 Civic Drive
Civil Department: Suite 100
Criminal/Traffic Department: Suite 200
Victorville, CA 92392
On-line bail bonds in San Bernardino
Easy answer - Mr. Nice Guy bail bond agents are everywhere! Barstow, Fontana, Joshua Tree, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino City and Unincorporated County, and Victorville.
Mr. Nice Guy has experience in bailing out individuals with all types of arrests and the licensed agents know how to find the arrested person in the system and have familiarity with all the possible facilities where they can be held. They assist people just like you with their friends or relatives facing charges like:
- aggravated assault
- driving under the influence (DUI/DWI)
- poaching (arrest by Fish and Game or USFS)
- possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia, or weapons
- solicitation, as alleged prostitute or customer
They have sensitivity, experience and expertise in their discussion of each individual situation. From misdemeanor to felony, they have assisted in securing the bonds for release. They understand the concept of “innocent until proven guilty” and will assist you in your support of friend or family member.
Mr. Nice Guy’s website provides fast, convenient, and private service to you in the best location possible – your home. Their consultation is always free if you have not found the information that you are specifically seeking, make the toll free call to (844) 400-2245. Remember that the consultation regarding your concerns is free.
Mr. Nice Guy provides all the paperwork needed, which can be printed and faxed OR processed securely through your internet connection. See the Forms Tab on the Navigation Bar.
How to pay for bail bonds in San Bernardino?
Mr. Nice Guy also provides a secure payment portal for posting full bail amounts or bond amounts in whatever manner you want (debit, credit, bit-coin). See the Payments Tab on the Navigation Bar. Most jails accept only cash, money orders, or personal checks with proper ID matching the check. While kiosks exist to process credit card or debit card payments, they may not dispense the full amount that you need depending on bank limits.
The professionals at Mr. Nice Guy are a one-stop shop of information and assistance through your arrest dilemma.