What happens if I get arrested?
No one ever plans to get arrested. However, life is life and situations arise and sometimes it could result in you getting arrested. If this happens, you would need to contact a bail bond agency to get you out of jail as quickly and as effectively as possible for peace of mind.
Avolevan Bail Bonds has highly - trained experts serving the city of Montclair and we offer 24/7 bail service because arrests can happen at any time. Our bail bond agents understand the system very well and are ready to aid you through this often stressful process. We provide the best and fast bail bonds services in Montclair. We will help you fill out the paperwork, offer pick-up and drop-off services from the jail and will help you throughout the entire process.
We have bail bonds agents serving Montclair, CA and know what it feels like to have a loved one arrested. When arrested in Montclair, you will be taken to the Montclair Police Department, located at 4870 E. Arrow Hwy in Montclair, CA 91763 to be processed and booked. Their phone number is 909-448-3600. After you are booked,you will be taken down to the San Bernardino County-West Valley Detention Center,located at 9500 Etiwanda Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739 and the ph one number is 909-708-8371. From there, you will be processed, your fingerprints will be taken and you will be booked again and placed into the inmate locator. Your fingerprints will then be sent to the Department of Justice in order to confirm your identity. You will be able to be bailed out from this location once you are confirmed and put into the system.
Why is my bail set at a specific amount?
The price of bail is set on a case-by-case basis, with some guidelines set in place as well. For example, grand theft will have a lower bail amount than a murder charge and murder will have a higher bail amount than battery. It is up to the judge to review the criminal record and the nature of the crime to determine the bail amount.
Do I have to pay the entire amount?
The process of bail begins when a family member/friend of the person arrested agrees to pay a certain percentage of the bail amount. They must then promise to appear in court in order to not be liable for the rest of the bail amount. For example, if your bail is set at $100,000, you could pay anywhere from $8,000-$10,000 and be released from jail, as long as you appear in court on your scheduled court date. If you do not show up to court, then you will be required to pay the full amount of the bai l.Because of this risk, bail bonds companies usually require collateral assets in case you do not show up to court so they are not liable for paying the full bail amount should you choose not to show up.