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Finding out someone you care about has been arrested can be a stress full time, weather is a loved one family member or a friend. Access Bail Bonds licensed agents are here to assist you and your bail your questions you may have, walking you through the whole bail process. Many of our customers have never had to use a bail bond company, so choosing the right bail company is very important. When choosing a company can be frustrating, you may have several companies offering different rates and making is seem very cheap. Make sure the bond company you choose is trust worthy and will answer all your questions honestly. Access Bail Bonds will treat every case with honesty and integrity. We are efficient in getting the bond posted immediately, we know how the bail bond system works in Victorville. We have been helping family for several years throughout the San Bernardino County. Getting someone you care about out of custody is our number one priority.

When calling Access Bail Bonds all you need to give us is the name of the person who has been arrested, date of birth and where they got arrested. If you don’t know where the person is in custody, don’t worry, we have the ability to find anyone in custody in California. We have agents throughout California, we service all jails and courts.

When a person is arrested in Victorville they will be taken to the Victor Valley Jail. There they will be booked, finger printed, photo taken and run for statewide warrants. This is done through the NCIC program and will check for all state, county and city warrants. This is called the processing in of the arrestee and can take several hours. During the processing in, the bail agent will be working with you getting the paperwork done, so when the process is done, we can immediately post the bond. The Victor Valley Jail is a temporary holding facility. It is a small jail with only the cape ability of holding very few inmates. Most of the time the Victor Valley Jail will hold the arrestee until their arraignment, which is three business working days from the time you are arrested. They will take you to court and if not bail out, you will be transferred to the West Valley Detention Center County Jail located in Etiwanda. There you will be re processed in, which can again take several hours. Your new court information will be interred into the system. If you decide to bail you family member out at that time, it’s no problem, we can get the bond posted one the booking process is complete.

Once the bond is posted, there is a processing out of the arrestee. This also can take several hours. We will keep in touch with the jail and the family during this time to make sure the arrestee get released in a timely manner. Again, this is dependent on how fast the jail processes the bail bond.

•    24 Hour Free Bail Information
•    We will Come to you for your convenience at no additional charge
•    Bail by Fax or E-Mail
•    Affordable Payment Plans , Interest Free
•    20% Discount
•    8% Bail Bonds
•    We will appear in court with you, no additional charge
•    We can help get your Warrants Recalled
•    No Annual Bail Premium Required (call and ask for details)
•    Completely Confidential

BAIL BOND RATES: The standard rate is 10%, Access Bail Bonds is the only few bail bonds companies that can offer you legally a 20% discount (conditions apply). This is our 8% bail. Our rates are regulated by the State of California and the Department of Insurance. Here are some of the conditions listed below:
•    Homeowner
•    Military
•    Union Member
•    Retain Private Attorney
•    Senior Citizen

Most of our customers qualify for signature, no collateral needed. We will ask you several questions over the phone to determine if you qualify for our signature bond. Most of the time when collateral is required, it’s usually when the bond is extremely high or a high risk case.

We offer affordable payment plans, on a monthly bases. We will set up a payment plan that will meet your personal needs, we will never arrange an amount that you can’t afford. Every situation is different and we will base your payment to fit your budget. There are several ways you can make your payments.

•    All Major Credit Cards
•    Debit Cards
•    All Forms of Money Orders
•    Personal Checks
•    Company Checks
•    Cash

Whatever your option may be, you can call over the phone and pay, come to the office, or just mail in your payment. If you prefer we can also set up a recurring auto payment every month so you don’t have to worry about your making your payment every month.

Call Access Bail Bonds immediately after finding out that your family member, friend or loved one has been arrested. All we need is the name of the person arrested, Let us do the rest.

We handle all types of cases including DUI/ drunk driving, spousal abuse, drugs, possession of drugs, transportation of drugs, domestic violence, petty theft, shop lifting, sales, all felonies and misdemeanors . We will also go to court with you and your attorney to post a bond right in court. Sometime the attorney will request us to attend the court hearing in case a bond might needed to be posted, we provide this service at no additional charge.

Access Bail Bonds is an emergency bail bond service, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including all holidays. We are the number one recommended bail bond company in California, our goal is to get your loved one released from custody as fast as possible. We work with many attorneys who refer us bail, because of our honesty and integrity. We provide fast and professional service and will do whatever it takes you get the bond posted. We will make the bail process as easy as possible and we will come to you if necessary, we understand some people don’t have transportation, or they have small kids and can’t leave the house.

Collateral is not always necessary, many of our customers qualify for our signature bonds. Signature bonds, is just your signature guarantee that you will make sure the arrestee makes every court appearance that he or she is ordered to do so. If a payment plan has been arranged, you will also be responsible to make the payment if the defendant cannot. If the defendant fails to appear in court, it is your responsibility to bring them into our office immediately so that we can make arrangement to get the warrant recalled. With good cause, we will reinstate the bail bond, we understand that things can happen that are out of our control.

The only time collateral is required is when the bond is extremely high or a high risk bond. A high risk bond is if the defendant has priors that are strikes or have had many failure to appears in prior cases. There are many things to consider, so please call our office so we can determine what type of bond you will require.

Victorville Police Department
Victorville Police Department
14200 Amargosa Road, Victorville, CA 92392

Victorville Sheriff’s Department
Victorville Sheriff’s Station
14200 Amargosa Street, Victorville, CA 92392

Hesperia Inmate Locator
Victorville Sheriff’s Station
14455 Civic Center Drive, Victorville, CA 92392

Victorville Superior Court
Victorville Superior Court
14455 Civic Center Drive, Victorville, CA 92392
Monday – Friday
8:00am 4:00pm

Felony Bail Schedule

Victorville is located in the Victor Valley area of the San Bernardino County. Its population as of 2010 was 115,903 and is known as the High Desert “Lane Crossing”. The Lane’s Crossing was provided for shelter to people crossing the San Bernardino Desert and sold supplies to the miners. . Lane was a Captain was a Mexican American War veteran who had suffered from malaria during the war.

In 1926, the U.S route 66 highway was begun and it passed through Victorville. Today is known as Seventh Street and continues across Interstate 15 and turns into Palmdale road. It travels along through the Old Town of Victorville.

The Victorville Army airfield was built in 1941, this airfield was known as the George Air Force Base, the U.S. Air force was established in October 1947.

The city of Victorville was officially incorporated by the State of California on September 21, 1962.

In 2003, the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museums were close to bankruptcy and moved to Branson, Missouri, to be restored and kept alive.