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WHEN DO YOU NEED TO HIRE A BAIL BOND COMPANY?
When someone you know has been arrested and taken into custody for booking, you should immediately call us for bail services. We know how the bail bond system works and can get your loved one, family member or friend out of jail fast. A bail amount will be set according to the crime committed and a bond or cash must be posted at the jail in order for the detainee to get released from custody. The bond ensures the court that the defendant will make each court appearance that he or she is ordered to do so until the case is over. Once the case is over, the bail bond gets returned to the bail bond company. In most cases bail can be high and most customers do not have a large sum of cash available, bail bond companies will charge a rate of either 10% or 8% depending on their insurance company. Access Bail Bonds offers an 8% rate, this is a legal rate and all bail bond companies are regulated by the Department of Insurance. With our 20% discount, we have the ability to offer an affordable payment plan. This fee is non re fundable once the detainee walks out of the jail. The fee is for the bail bonds company and their services rendered.

Access Bail Bonds is a 24 hour / 7 days a week emergency bail bond services, including weekends and holidays. When calling Access Bail Bonds you will always get a licensed agent who will answer all your questions, you will never get an answer service or answering machine.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF CRIMES WE OFFER BAIL SERVICES
•    DUI (driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol)
•    Domestic Violence
•    Criminal Threats
•    Burglary
•    Spousal Abuse / Battery
•    Robbery
•    All Narcotics
•    Felonies
•    Misdemeanors

These are just a few of the most common crimes. We offer bail for all crimes that bail are available, call Access Bail Bonds for all your bail needs

HOW DO I PAY FOR A BAIL BOND?
Access Bail Bonds accepts all major credit cards, debit cards right over the phone, once we receive the bail premium, we can have the bond posted immediately. During the process of posting bail, we can start the paperwork. There are several ways we can do the paperwork, fax, e-mail, we can meet you at the office or meet you right at the jail. We can always come to you at no additional charge.

HOW LONG DOES THE PAPERWORK TAKE
The paperwork takes about 20 minutes to complete from start to finish. Fax or by e-mail is one of the fastest ways to start the process and you don’t have to leave your home or office. Once the jail receives the bond, it can take 2 to 4 hours for the release of the person in custody. This is dependent on how fast the jail can process the bond. Once we post the bond, it’s out of our hands, we cannot speed up the process again it’s up to the jail. We understand this is a stressful time, and we will keep in touch with the jail and the family during the whole release process. We want to make sure that the defendant gets released in timely manner.

CAN I GOT OUT OF CUSTODY ON MY OWN – CITE RELEASE
Yes you can get out on your own recognizance it depends on the crime and weather you are charged with a misdemeanor or felony. It also depends on whether you have ever been arrested (priors) and your ties to the community will be taken into account. When bail amounts are set by the county judges, there are certain crimes that are low flight risk and not usually very serious. When released on your own recognizance or cite released, you will sign a promise to appear in court each and every time you are ordered to do so by the court, until your case is over with. If you fail to appear, a warrant will be issued for your arrest and you will have to possibly post bail.

Montclair Police Department
Montclair Police Department
4870 Arrow Highway, Montclair, CA 91763
909-621-4771

Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff’s Department
Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff’s Department
10510 Civic Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
909-477-2800

Montclair Inmate Locater
West Valley Detention Center
9500 Etiwanda Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
909-350-2476

Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court
Rancho Cucamonga District
8303 Haven Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
909-350-9764
8:00am – 4:00pm

Felony Bail Schedule

HISTORY OF MONTCLAIR: The Serrano tribe of Native Americans were the earliest known living inhabitants of the area. The Serrano tribe established their village along a creek known as the Arroyo de los Alisos, now known as the San Antonio Creek. This creek flows through the Mills Ave Street, in the western border of the city.