Toll Free 1-951-789-4001

Having someone you know that has been arrested can be a confusing and stress full time, call Access Bail Bonds, we can
help. We are opened 24 hours a day / 7 days a week, including weekends and all holidays. When you call Access Bail
Bonds a licensed agent will help answer all your questions and walk you through the whole bail bond process. We will
make sure you completely understand everything before signing any paperwork.

Access Bail Bonds offers affordable payment plans and interest free financing. We have a 24 hour emergency bail service
and we will come to you at no additional charge. All our agents are courteous and friendly, and will handle your bail with

Access Bail Bonds offers so many bail bond services that will make it very simple to get the bond processed and your loved
one out of custody. Most of our customers have never been in this situation and don’t know what to do, all you need to do
is call Access Bail Bonds and we will do the rest.

No. We can bail by fax or e-mail, if you don’t have either of the two, we can come to you. The fastest way to get the bail
posted is by fax, e-mail or just simply pay the premium over the phone with a credit card or debit card and we can get the
bond posted immediately. Once the bond has been posted we can then work on getting the paperwork done. The
paperwork takes about 20 minutes whether you decide to fax, e-mail or if you want to come into one of our local offices.
The benefit of bail by fax or e-mail, is you never have to leave your home or office.

Access Bail Bonds can legally offer a 20% discount, which is our 8% bail. Most companies have a standard rate of 10%,
there are only a few bail bond companies that can legally offer a 8% rate. To qualify for the discount, there are some
conditions (see below):
• Active Military
• Homeowner
• Senior Citizen
• Retain Private Attorney
• Union Member

We find that many customers qualify for the discount, please call Access Bail Bonds for any questions you may have. Toll
Free 1-951-789-4001

When a person is arrested and taken into custody, they will be taken to the San Bernardino County Jail, located off of Third
Street in the city of San Bernardino. They arrestee will be booked, photo taken, finger printed and warrant check ran. The
warrant check is nationwide, includes all states, counties and cities. Once the booking process is finished, we will be able to
get the bail amount, charges, and new court date. Once we agree on the bail costs and procedure, we can have the bond
posted immediately. Once the bond is posted it can take several hours for the release of the arrestee , this is dependent on
how fast the jail can process the bond. It is out of our hands, although we do keep in touch with the family members and
the jail through the release process to make sure for a timely release time.

• 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 is available, call Access Bail Bonds for
all questions and we can determine whether you need a bail bond or not.

Access Bail Bonds is the number one recommended bail bond company’s in California. Most of our referrals come from
attorneys. We work closely with many attorneys and go to court with the attorney and their client at their request in case a
bond may be needed. We do this as a courtesy at no additional charge. We also get many referrals from word of mouth,
our caring and compassion to people who have no experience in the bail bond process.

Redlands Police Department
Redlands Police Department
120 West Park Ave, Redlands, CA 92373

San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department
San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department
655 East Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415

San Bernardino Inmate Locater
San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department
655 East Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415

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

Felony Bail Schedule

HISTORY OF REDLANDS: Redlands was originally part of the Morongo and Agus Caliente strives of Cahuilla people. In the
1970’s the Catholic influence was introduced to the people and the dominion of the Spanish crown. In 1842 the Lugo
family bought the Rancho San Bernardino Mexican land grant and this became the first fixed settler civilization in the area.
The first settler was a sheep herder and the first school teacher to arrive settle in this area was in 1874, shortly followed by
the town’s first negro settler, Israel Beal.

• The Lincoln Shrine is a museum and a research facility, its dedicated to Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.
• Redlands Historical Museum is on the grounds of Smiley Park and is used as the Redlands police Department as their
new Museum Center.
• Redlands Historical Glass Museum holds displays of American Glassware dating back to the early 19th century.
• San Bernardino County Museum is a regional museum with exhibits and collections in cultural and natural history