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Access Bail Bonds offers 24 hour / 7 day a week guaranteed service. Our professional licensed agents will answer the phone 24 hours a day and answer you any questions you may have. Access Bail Bonds Company services all jails and courts in California and Nationwide. Most of our customers are referred by word of mouth, attorneys and previous customers. We are most recommended, confidential, trusted helpful Bail Bonds Company if California. We offer 20% discount (conditions apply), and affordable payment plans. We provide an interest free financing and we will come to you at no additional charge.

ABOUT MURRIETA: Murrieta is c city southwestern Riverside County, California. Murrieta is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Murrieta is bordered by Temecula to the south and the newly incorporated cities of Menifee and Wildomar to the north.

MURRIETA BAIL BONDS: When a person gets arrested in Murrieta, they are taken to the Southwest Detention Center located in Murrieta down by the French Valley Airport. There are only 2 ways to get your loved one released from custody. The first way is to post the full amount of the bond. For example, if the bond is set at $5,000.00, then you would be required to post $5,000.00 cash or a cashier’s check for the full amount. Most people do not have that kind of cash money readily available, this is why most customers use a licensed bail bonds company. The bail bond company will post a bond for the full amount and you pay a bail bond premium. The standard rate is 10%, so you would have to pay the bail bond company $500.00 if the bond was $5,000.00. Access Bail Bonds offers an 8% bail bond rate, this is a legal rate. That’s a 20% discount offered (conditions apply).

WHAT IS A BAIL BOND COSIGNER: A cosigner is a person who signs a contractual obligation to the bail bond company and the court. The cosigner will make sure that the defendant will make every court appearance. The cosigner will also be responsible to make sure all bail bond premium is paid.

DO I NEED COLLATERAL? No in many situations collateral is not needed. Access Bail Bonds offer signature bail bonds. To qualify for signature bonds, we have to consider a few things, including:
•    What ties do you have to your community?
•    How long have you been on your job?
•    Are you a homeowner?
•    Have you ever been arrested before?

We take all these answers into consideration. We find that most of our customers qualify for signature bonds. The only time collateral is really needed, is when the bond is extremely high or a high risk bond.

MURRIETA BAIL BOND RATES: Access Bail Bonds offers the lowest rates available. Access Bail Bonds are one of the few bail bond companies that offer a 8% bail bond rate. That is a 20% discount (conditions apply). See below for some of the conditions you need to qualify for the discount.
•    Home owner
•    Military
•    Union Member
•    Retain Private Attorney

WARRANT CHECKS: Access Bail Bonds can run a warrant check at no cost to you. Once we determine if you have a warrant for your arrest, we can help. We can arrange a bail bond and posted right at the court, once the bond is posted, the warrant will get recalled and we can set a new date for your court appearance. We also will go to court with you and your attorney if requested. We can post the bond right in court, this will eliminate any process through the jail system. We work with attorney’s all the time and we get a lot of referrals from attorney’s because of our professional bail service.

Murrieta Police Department
Murrieta Police Department
One Town Square, Murrieta, CA 92562
951-304-2489

Murrieta Sheriff’s Department
Murrieta Sheriff’s Department
30755 Auld Road, Murrieta, CA 92563
951-696-3000

Murrieta Inmate Locater
Southwest Detention Center
30755 A Auld Road, Murrieta, CA 92563
951-696-3050

Southwest Justice Center Superior Court
Southwest Justice Center Superior Court
30755 Auld Road, Murrieta, CA 92563
951-704-7634

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HOME OF THE VETERANS MEMORIAL: The Town Square, which is under development and is home to the Murrieta Police Department, Murrieta Public Library, City Hall, and a senior center, is also a new memorial for military veterans. It cost $2 million, with the city providing $500,000 to start the facility. The memorial features an honor garden, memorial obelisk, and a World War II memorial wall.