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After someone has been arrested in the city of Loma Linda, they will be taken to the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, located in the city of San Bernardino. They will be booked in to custody, and a bail amount will be set according to the crime. At that time, please contact Access Bail Bonds so we can arrange bail and get your family member released from custody.

BAIL BOND SERVICES FOR LOMA LINDA
When a person gets arrested they are taken to the County Jail, there they will have their photo taken, finger printed, and run for warrants. Once this process is completed, a bail amount will be set. During the process, you should immediately contact a bail bonds company. When calling Access Bail Bonds, we can start the paperwork immediately and have the bond ready for posting once the intake process is complete. We have handled hundreds of bail bonds for Loma Linda, and we know how the bail system works. The book in process can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours, its dependent how busy the jail is and how long it takes to get the warrant check back from NCIC. NCIC is a statewide tracking system for county and statewide warrants. You must be cleared from NCIC before we can post the bond. If an out of county warrant pops up, there will be a bail amount for that warrant, in which we will be able to post bail for that warrant as well. There are times when a warrant will show up and there is a no bail. What this means is that you cannot bail out. You will have to take care of your new case here, when that is complete and you have served your sentence, the jail will contact the county where the warrant came from. That county has a certain amount of days to come and pick you up, every county is different.

WHAT IS BAIL?
Bonds are issued by an insurance company to a bail bond company for the release of a person who is in custody. Bail Bonds insures the court that the defendant will appear in court each and every time they are ordered to do so. The bail bond company is ultimately responsible for the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear in court. The cosigner is also responsible for the defendant’s appearance. A cosigner is a person who signs on the bail bond for the release of the arrestee who has been arrested. If the arrestee fails to appear in court, it’s the responsibility of the cosigner to bring him or her into our office immediately. We can get the warrant recalled and a new court date. If the defendant is no where to be found, the bail bond company has 6 months to find the defendant and bring them back to court. Once this is done, and the defendant is either back in custody or goes back to court, the warrant gets recalled and the bond gets exonerated. Both the bail bond company and the cosigner have no more liability for the bail bond.

HOW MUCH DOES BAIL COST IN LOMA LINDA?
The standard rate is 10%, Access Bail Bonds offers 8% bail bond rate, this rate is legal and is regulated by the Department of Insurance. In most cases, many people don’t have the funds available to post the full amount of the bail. Access Bail Bonds will post a bail bond for 8% of the bail, this is called bail bond premium. The bail premium is nonrefundable once the defendant walks out of the jail.

Access Bail Bonds offers a 20% discount (conditions apply), please call Access Bail Bonds today for details Toll Free 888-592-6637.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF BONDS
There are 3 different types of bonds that will get you released from jail. The most type of bond used is called a Surety Bond there is also Cash Bond and Own Recognizance Bonds.

SURETY BONDS
A Surety Bonds is called a bail bond, bonds are issued by an insurance company to a bail bond company. A Bail Bond is a contractual guarantee that the defendant will appear in court when ordered to do so. The contract starts with the cosigner who guarantee’s the bail bond company for the appearance of the defendant in court.

CASH BAIL BONDS
Cash bail bonds are posted directly with the jail, and must be paid with cash for the full amount of the bond. For example, if the bond is set at $5,000.00, you would need to bring CASH in the amount of $5,000.00 to the jail for the release of the arrestee. Most people do not have that kind of cash readily available and use bail bonds services. If you post cash bail with the jail, you do not get your money back until the case is over. It takes anywhere from 30 to 90 days after the case if over for the return of your money.

OWN RECOGNIZANCE BAIL BONDS
When you get released from custody on your own recognized, you sign a promise to appear. Most of the time an O.R. is for arrestee’s who have no criminal record, whom have good jobs, good standings in their communities and there crime is a misdemeanor. They are normally low risk crimes or traffic tickets.

Access Bail Bonds offers 24 hour / 7 day a week emergency bail bond service. We will come to you at no additional charge.

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Loma Linda Police Department
Loma Linda Police Department
25541 Barton Road, Loma Linda, CA 92354
909-799-2800

Loma Linda Sheriff’s Department
Loma Linda Sheriff’s Department
655 East Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415
909-884-0156

Loma Linda Inmate Locater
San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department
655 East Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415
909-386-0910

San Bernardino Superior Court
San Bernardino Superior Court
351 North Arrowhead Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92415
909-384-1888
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 4:00pm

Felony Bail Schedule

Loma Linda is a city located in San Bernardino County, California, the population as of 2010 was 23,261. Loma Linda is the Spanish word for Beautiful Hill. Redlands is east of Loma Linda and Colton is west, bordered on the north by San Bernardino.

Loma Linda is home to the University of Seventh-day Adventist Christian health sciences institution of higher learning with a world renowed medical center. The first at the Loma Linda University Medical Center includes the baboon-to-human heart transplant and the first to split-brain surgery.

Loma Linda was featured by National Geographic Magazine as one of the three places in the world for the highest longevity.