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Bail Bonds in Apple Valley, California

Apple Valley, California neighbors the city of Victorville, and is located in San Bernardino County. A part of the Victor Valley, the community was first settled as a railroad station. The agricultural advantages of the area soon led to greater development, and the discovery of limestone and granite deposits resulted in the development of the cement manufacturing industry that serves as a primary economic factor for Victor Valley.

Apple Valley was home to Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. A museum was established in Apple Valley in 1967, but was later relocated to nearby Victorville, and then to Branson Missouri.

Shopping in Apple Valley, California

Apple Valley is just minutes from Victorville, CA, and Victorville is home to The Mall of Victor Valley, the largest regional shopping center between San Bernardino and Las Vegas. Located on Bear Valley Road, the Victor Valley Mall includes major retailers like J.C. Penny, Sears, and Dick's Sporting Goods, and includes smaller retail outlets such as Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works, Famous Footwear, and The Children's Place, among dozens of others. 

Law Enforcement for Apple Valley, CA

The town of Apple Valley contracts with the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department for policing services. The Apple Valley Police Station is located at:

Apple Valley Sheriff's Station
14931 Dale Evans Parkway
Apple Valley, California 92307
(760) 240-7400

Apple Valley Jail

If someone is arrested in Victorville, California, they will likely be transported to High Desert Detention Center in Adelanto, California.

Apple Valley Jail
9438 Commerce Way
Adelanto, CA  92301
(760)530-9300 – Information

For help in locating someone in jail in San Bernardino County, visit the Inmate Locator Page of the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department.

Arrested in Apple Valley, California?

If you find yourself having to interact with law enforcement in Apple Valley, CA, it is important to 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.

How to get out of Jail in Apple Valley

When a person gets arrested, the first thing on their mind is generally, “How can I get out of here, as quickly as possible?” The fastest way to get out of jail is to post bail. Bail is an amount of money that the court holds onto to ensure that a person will appear for court hearings and proceedings related to their criminal case. Once the charges against them have been resolved, the bail money is refunded to whoever posted the bail.

To find out how much bail is required to get out of jail, a person should ask to see the Bail Schedule. There should be a copy of the county bail schedule posted at every jail facility, but if there isn't one available, you can locate it here. 

To Calculate Bail:

  • Begin with the primary charge. This is generally the charge that carries the highest possible jail time and bail amount.
  • Add all enhancements.
  • Add any special circumstances.

This total is the amount that will be required to bail a person out of jail. Bail can be paid in cash or cashier's check, or property can be used as bond. If a property is used, however, the equity of the property must be quite a bit more than the amount of the bail.

Anyone can pay the bail for someone else to get out of jail. However, many people lack the cash funds to be able to just post bail out of pocket. This is where a bail bond company can be useful.

For help in determining the amount of bail and posting it faster, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds. Mr. Nice Guy and his team of licensed professionals can help you bond out of jail for a fraction of the cost of paying your bail in full. Call (844)400-2245 to start the bail bond process immediately.

It is helpful to have the full name, birth date, and booking number when you call. This allows Mr. Nice Guy's licensed bail bondsmen post bail faster for you or your loved one. To find the booking number and location of a friend or loved one, visit the Inmate Locator Page of the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department.

Apple Valley Courthouse

The County Courthouse serving the Apple Valley area is located, in Victorville, at

14455 Civic Drive

Victorville, CA  92392

To reach the Victorville District Court, take the I-15 freeway to Roy Rogers Drive exit ramp. Turn west onto Roy Rogers Drive, go west to Civic Drive and then turn left. The Courthouse is located on the left side of the street in the county building.

The Victorville District Court hears criminal and family law matters, as well as juvenile dependency/delinquency matters. But, it does not handle traffic citations. For traffic matters, individuals must visit the Barstow location.

Bail Bonds in Apple Valley

A Bail Bondsman is someone who is licensed by the state to pay bail on behalf of someone else for a fee. This fee is called a premium. The Bail Premium is generally 10% of the entire amount of bail that is required to get out of jail. For instance, if the entire amount of bail required is $15,000, the bail premium would be $1,500. By using the services of a bail bondsman, you can avoid using all of your available resources just getting out jail, and you can keep that money for hiring an attorney or for living expenses as you wait to see your court case through to the end.

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds has the lowest rates on bail bonds in the state. Under certain circumstances, your bail bond rate could be as low as 7%. To get started on bail bonds right away, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400-BAIL (2245). The licensed professionals at Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will work fast to get you out of jail and home to friends and family, as quickly as possible.