Riverside, California is the birthplace of the California Citrus Industry, home to the first Brazilian orange trees in 1871. Three orange of the South American naval orange trees were given as a gift to Eliza Tibbets by her good friend, William Saunders who was a horticulturist at the US Department of Agriculture. One of the first three trees was trampled by a cow, leading to the removal of the trees to another property where they could be better cared for. Today, one of those three original trees still thrives, inside a protective fence, at the intersection of Magnolia and Arlington Avenue. A stone marker honoring Eliza Tibbets has been placed with the tree.
By 1874, Riverside was becoming known for the citrus trees that grew there and soon the California Citrus Industry would take the area by storm. The Brazilian naval orange trees that had refused to grow in the Florida climate thrived in California. Soon, the navel oranges led to a different kind of California Gold Rush, as more than half a million citrus trees were established in the area by 1882. With the development of refrigerated shipping methods and innovative irrigation systems, Riverside was the richest city in the United States (income per capita) by 1895.
Today, most of the citrus trees are gone, in favor of housing and business development. A part of the Inland Empire, Riverside’s economy is based largely on light-industry and supports the manufacturing of many products including aircraft components, automotive parts, electronic equipment, medical devices, food products, and gas cylinders.
Beautiful weather, especially during the winter months, has led to many outdoor festivals and events that attract thousands of visitors to Riverside each year. Just a few of these outdoor events include The Riverside Dickens Festival, The Riverside Airshow, and the Riverside International Film Festival.
Whether you live in Riverside or are just visiting, you’ll find many pleasant ways to spend your time and have fun. If you ever have a little “too much fun” and find yourself in trouble with the law, just remember that you have a friend at Justice Bail Bonds who can be by your side in minutes to help you out.
For Bail Bonds Riverside, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155
Bail in Riverside, CA
If you or someone you care about is arrested in Riverside, California, it’s important to remember to stay calm when dealing with law enforcement officers. Cooperation will go a long way toward ensuring that you are treated well and that the situation can be resolved without increased trouble. Resisting arrest or refusing to cooperate with police or Sheriff’s deputies can lead to increased or additional charges.
When a person is arrested in Riverside, they will be taken to the Robert Presley Detention Center, better known as the Riverside Jail. Once at the Riverside jail, the defendant will be “processed,” which includes taking their picture and fingerprints as a part of the identification and booking process.
Once the defendant has been charged with a crime, the amount of bail needed to get them out of jail can be determined. To find the amount of bail required, the defendant or another person can consult the Felony & Misdemeanor Bail Schedule. Bail and penalty information for other offenses, such as traffic violation, fish and game, parks and recreation violations, etc., can be found in the Uniform Bail Schedule. The bail schedules should be posted at the jail or you can call Justice Bail Bonds for help in determining the amount of bail needed to get yourself or someone else out of jail.
Bail Bond Company in Riverside
Justice Bail Bonds has been serving the residents of Riverside for more than 20 years! Over the years, the all-female team of bail bond agents that work with Justice have formed relationships throughout the Riverside justice system, making it easier for them to bail someone out of jail quickly and simply, any time of the day or night!
When you’re looking for a bail bond company in Riverside, you can’t go wrong calling Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155
24 Hour Bail Bonds Riverside, CA
There is no good time to find yourself in the back of a police car, on your way to jail. However, sometimes a good time out with friends turns into a fight or a little too much to drink, and next thing you know it’s 3 AM and you’re sitting in a holding cell, rather than sacking out at home.
But, whatever the time of day or night, if you find yourself in jail, you need the help of a 24-hour bail bond agent who can be by your side in a moment to help get you home.
If you need a 24-hour bail bond in Riverside, CA, Justice Bail Bonds will answer your call 24-hours a day! One call to (951)445-4155 will reach the caring professionals at Justice Bail Bonds. Their team of bilingual, female bail bond agents will come to your aid in Riverside any time of the day or night!
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Justice – Your First Choice For Bail Bonds in Riverside, CA
Justice Bail Bonds has served the people of Riverside County, California for more than twenty years. They understand the stress and difficulties that incarceration can bring to a family. The all-female, bi-lingual staff at Justice is committed to helping your family in your time of need. An incarcerated person can’t care for their children, provide for their family, or repair strained relationships. The bail bond professionals at Justice understand that when someone faces jail time, bail is often the fastest way to put your family back together.
Bail can be expensive. Paying the full amount of cash bail is often more than someone can comfortably come up with. Whatever your financial circumstances, Justice Bail Bonds will work with you to get yourself or your loved one out of jail and back home where they belong. Justice offers no down bail options, on approved credit, and will work with you to figure out what type of payment plan will work best for your family.
Justice Bail Bonds offers:
- Justice Bail Bonds Offers:
- The Best Rates On Bail Bonds in Riverside County
- The Ability To Write Large Bail Bonds (over 2 million)
- Payment Plans For Bail Bonds
- No Down Bail Bonds (OAC)
- 1% Bail Bonds
- Bail Bond Payment Plans
- Low Monthly Payments
- Accept All Major Credit Cards
- Online Payment Options
- All Paperwork Can Be Submitted Online
- Military Discounts
- All Female Staff
- Bilingual Staff
- 20 Years Of Experience In The Bail Bond Industry
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Bail Bonds at the Riverside County Jail
The RPDC is located in Downtown Riverside, California and is also called the Riverside County Jail. Opening in 1989, the Presley Detention Center was a replacement for the old Riverside County Jail.
Robert Presley Detention Center
4000 Orange Street
Riverside, CA 92501
For General Information Call (951) 955-4500
To Schedule Visits Call (951) 341-8888
Visiting Someone at the Riverside County Jail
When visiting an inmate at the Robert Presley Detention Center, you must make an appointment at least 24 hours in advance.
- Be sure to call at least a day before the requested visiting day to make an appointment.
- Each housing unit has a specific day available for visiting.
- Inmates may have two visits per seven day period. The seven day period begins on the day of the first visit.
- Schedule an appointment by calling (951) 341-8888 between 9 am and 5 pm, a minimum of 24 hours before the visit.
- Check-in for visits begins twenty minutes before the beginning of the visit.
- Visitors may not check-in during the ten-minutes before the visit begins.
- Visits are limited to two adults and two children per visit.
- Have the inmate's booking number available when calling to schedule a visit.
- If you don't know the booking number of the inmate you wish to visit, use the Find Booking Number link to look it up.
Important!!! When visiting a friend or loved one at the Robert Presley Detention Center don't be late! There is only a ten-minute window for checking in. Arrive early.
Sending Mail to the Riverside County Jail
Inmates are allowed to send and receive an unlimited number of letters each day. But, incoming mail is subject to inspection. Many items are not permitted or are limited.
- No perfume or cologne scented paper
- No correctional fluid (white-out, etc.), gel ink, or crayon writing
- No tape
- Pictures are limited to 10 per envelope, 4x6 only, and cannot be sexual or violent in nature. Pictures also cannot contain any images or symbols of gang activity.
- No cash or personal checks (U.S. Money orders, only, are allowed)
- No phone cards
- No postage stamps
- No book, magazine, or newspaper clippings
- No colored paper
- No craft materials
- Nothing with adhesive, such as stickers or labels
- No books or magazines – you may send softcover books, magazines, and periodicals that are prepaid and delivered directly through the USPS. In other words, you can order books or magazines and have them shipped directly to the inmate, but you cannot mail them directly to the inmate from yourself.
- Prepaid books, magazines, and periodicals may not be of a sexual or violent nature. They also cannot be about any kind of unlawful gambling or lottery or of a gang-related nature.
All mail will be inspected, and if it contains any of the disallowed items will be rejected.
To Send Mail to an Inmate at the Riverside County Jail
Robert Presley Detention Center
(Inmate Name and Booking Number)
4000 Orange Street
Riverside, CA 92501
Sending Money to Inmates at Riverside County Jail
Inmates have an account, which they can use to purchase snacks, hygiene items, phone cards, and writing materials. They can also use the money for medical co-pays, should they require non-emergency medical services. You can deposit money into an inmates account directly through Access Corrections, fees may apply. You can also make deposits into an inmate's account by phone by calling 1-866-345-1884. You'll need a credit card to use either of these options.
If you're able to visit a jail in person, you can deposit money using the kiosk in the lobby of any Riverside County jail. The kiosk takes cash but does not make change and won't accept anything smaller than a $5.
You can send money through the mail, using a US Postal Money Order. Remember to put the name and booking number of the inmate for whom you are depositing money, on the front of the money order. Cash and checks are not accepted through the mail and will be returned marked “Return to Sender.”
While everyone hopes that they never find themselves in jail, or a loved one facing criminal charges, it's good to know that you have good people like Justice Bail Bonds on your side to help you get out of jail fast.
Call Justice Bail Bonds to start the bail bond process today!
PC 1275 Hold on Bail in Riverside, CA
There are some cases where the arresting officer finds that there is a good possibility that the money being used for bail was gotten through illegal activity. If this is the case, the officer can file special paperwork that requires that no bail be available to the defendant until a hearing has been held. For help in getting a PC 1275 Hold On Bail released, call the bail bond experts at Justice Bail Bonds. (951) 445-4155
Riverside Superior Court in Downtown Riverside
The Riverside Superior Court operates 15 courthouses, serving the more than 2.4 million residents of Riverside County. The City of Riverside hosts four of these locations: The Riverside Hall Of Justice, Riverside Family Law; Riverside Juvenile Court; and the Riverside Historic Courthouse.
The Riverside Hall of Justice
Located on Main Street, close to the Historic Courthouse, the Riverside Hall of Justice is home to 21 criminal courtrooms and hears the majority of the criminal cases in the City of Riverside. The Hall of Justice is open from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Riverside Hall of Justice
4100 Main Street
Riverside, CA 92501
If you or a loved one needs bail at the Hall of Justice, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155. Justice Bail Bonds has been helping residents of Riverside County bail out of jail for more than 20 years. Put their years of experience to work for you by calling (951) 445-4155 for bail bonds in Riverside today!
Visiting the Riverside Hall of Justice
Visitors seeking entrance to the Riverside Hall of Justice must pass through security screening, including metal detectors. No guns of any kind, including toy guns, are allowed inside the Justice Center. Also, knives and multi-tools are prohibited, along with box cutters, screwdrivers, pliers, wrenches, hammers, ice picks, etc. Chemicals such as tear gas, mace, pepper spray, cigarette lighters, mace, and animal repellent are all prohibited. No needles are allowed unless accompanied by a prescription. No alcohol or controlled substances, including marijuana.
Parking along the city street is metered and costs $.25 per ten-minute period. There are no handicapped parking spaces designated, but anyone displaying a handicapped placard may park in any space free of charge. Parking structures are located at:
- 3535 12th Street
- 4090 Lemon Street
- 3964 Orange Street
- Various other lots in downtown Riverside
Jury Duty at the Riverside Hall of Justice
Jury service in Riverside County is mandatory and jurors' names are obtained from voter registration roles and DMV records. If you've been selected for jury duty, you can check your status by calling (951) 275-5076.
When reporting for jury duty, business attire is suggested. No tank tops, shorts, strapless dresses, beach shoes, or bare feet are allowed in the courtroom. You must pass through the metal detectors located at the north and south entrances. Remember that no weapons, of any kind, are allowed in the courtroom, and cameras are prohibited, as well.
Riverside Hall of Justice Jail
Riverside County is the fourth largest county in the state of California. The Sheriff's Department of Riverside County employees over 4,000 men and women to provide law enforcement to the communities throughout the county.
People arrested all over Riverside County, and held in any one of the five detention centers overseen by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department might be transported to the Riverside Hall of Justice to have their court cases heard. If you're not sure where your friend or loved one is being held in Riverside County, you can use the Inmate Location Services to locate them.
Riverside Hall of Justice Detention Center Locations are:
Robert Presley Detention Center
4000 Orange Street
Riverside, California 92501
(951) 955-4500 – General Information
Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility
1627 S. Hargrave Street
Banning, CA 92220
(951) 922-7300 – General Information
Southwest Detention Center
30755-B Auld Road
Murrieta, CA 92563
(951) 696-3050 – General Information
46057 Oasis Street
PO Box 1748
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 863-8252 – General Information
260 N. Spring Street
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 921-5780 – General Information
Riverside Bail Bonds for DUI
California has some of the toughest DUI laws in the nation. The drunk driving laws for California are found in Vehicle Code Section 23152 and Vehicle Code section 23153, which says that:
- 23152(a) – It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of alcohol to operate a vehicle
- 23152(b) It is illegal for anyone who has a blood alcohol content exceeding 0.08% or more to operate a vehicle.
- 23152(e) – It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of drugs to operate a vehicle.
- 23152(f) – It is illegal for anyone who is under the influence of any combination of drugs or alcohol to operate a vehicle.
In many cases, both the 23152(a) and 23152(b) charges will be filed together.
To put it in layman's terms, DUI charges result when a person drives or otherwise operates a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Whenever you are planning a fun evening (or day) out with friends and alcohol may be consumed, it is always best to either designate a driver who will not be drinking or to utilize some sort of public or paid transportation like a taxi service or Uber driver.
If you or someone you care about is arrested for DUI in Riverside, call Justice Bail Bonds right away. The experienced, compassionate team of bail bond agents that work with Justice Bail Bonds can have you out of jail and back home in hours, not days! For DUI Bail Bonds in Riverside, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951)445-4155.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds in Riverside
A charge of domestic violence will land you in jail, at least until you can post bail and answer the charges against you in court. For domestic violence charges in Riverside, the defendant will be take to the Riverside County Jail to be processed and charged. Once the paperwork has been filed and a mug shot and fingerprints taken, the defendant will be have an opportunity to pay cash bail, post a bail bond, or remain in jail to await trial.
If you or someone you care about needs help with domestic violence bail bonds in Riverside, CA, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951)445-4155.
Other Charges Related To Domestic Violence
While “domestic violence” is the charge most commonly referred to when an argument between intimate partners develops and the cops get involved, it is not the only charge closely related to domestic violence.
Other Charges Are:
- Corporal Injury of Spouse
- Corporal Injury of a Cohabitant
- Domestic Abuse
- Spousal Abuse
- Violation of Penal Code 273.5
California Penal Code, Section 13700
Domestic Violence is defined as “abuse committed against an adult or fully emancipated minor who is a spouse, former spouse, cohabitant, r person with whom the suspect has had a child or is having or has had a dating or engagement relationship.” (California Penal Code, Section 13700)
The definition of abuse can include:
- Physical Abuse
- Verbal Abuse
- Abusing Trust
- Sexual Abuse
- Emotional Abuse
- Psychological Abuse
- Economic control
- threats and intimidation
- Destruction of Property
Arguments are inevitable when two people spend much time together. If you argue with someone you are in a relationship with, it's extremely important that you stay calm. Don't let your temper get the better of you. If things do go wrong, however, and you find yourself dealing with law enforcement over a domestic disturbance or domestic violence issue, we can help you negotiate the path between county jail and back home so that you can work on your marriage or relationship in a responsible way.
Call the compassionate, experienced bail bond agents at Justice Bail Bonds for assistance with domestic violence bail bonds in Riverside. Call (951)445-4155 today!
Assault & Battery Bail Bonds In Riverside
If you are arrested and charged with assault and battery, you will be transported to the Riverside County Jail. There, you will be “booked” and charged with a crime. This process includes taking your fingerprints and mugshots and logging you into the county jail system.
Once you know the formal charges against you, you will be able to find the amount of bail required to get out of jail. The bail schedule should be posted at the jail facility and can also be located here. If the amount of bail needed to get out of jail is more than you can comfortably produce (as it often is), you will need the services of a bail bond agent who can post a bond for your release for a fraction of the cost of full bail.
For assault and battery bail bonds 24 hours a day, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951)445-4155
Child Endangerment Bail Bonds in Riverside
Child endangerment occurs when a minor is hurt—either mentally or physically—or could possibly be hurt, while under the care of an adult who should have or could have foreseen the possibility of harm. Charges can be brought against an individual for the following:
- Causes or permits a minor in their care to suffer unjustifiable pain or mental anguish
- Willfully causes or permits a minor to be injured
- Willfully causes or permits a minor to be placed in a dangerous situation
Failing to ensure the safety and well-being of children in your care can result in the child or children being removed from the home, with charges of child endangerment following. Examples of when this may take place include:
- A loaded gun—not secured—in reach of a child
- Knives of any sort (even a kitchen knife) left in reach of a child
- Knowingly leaving an underage child in the care of someone with a history of abuse
- Failing to obtain medical treatment for you sick or injured child
It is important to note that many times child endangerment is not charged alone, but often an enhancement to another charge. These other charges can include Child Neglect (Failure to Provide Care), Child Abandonment, Failure to Supervise a Child's School Attendance, Corporal Injury of a Child (Child Abuse), and Tattooing a Minor.
Specifically, the laws revolving around child endangerment in California state:
Child Neglect PC 270
- Also known as “failure to provide care”
- Occurs when the parent of a minor willfully omits clothing, food, shelter, and medical needs
- Often a misdemeanor punishable by a fine no greater than $2,000 and/or by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one year
- There are allowances, such as religious considerations
PC 270.1(a)—Failure to Supervise a Child's School Attendance—Truancy
- Failing to ensure a minor child attends school as required by law
- Truancy charge can occur, also known as violating PC 270.1(a)
- There are allowances for homeschooling, but homeschooling laws must be followed (Homeschool Association of California)
Child Abandonment or Neglect—PC 270.5 (a)
- Parent must provide food and shelter for children
- Failure to allow a minor child into the home without an alternative could result in charges
- Any parent or person responsible for a child must maintain the care and upkeep of the child until the child is 14
- Abandoning the child or failing to provide could result in charges
Failure to Pay Child Support or Spousal Support
- Child neglect or child abandonment under PC-270(f)
- When a parent ordered to pay child or spousal support fails to do so, charges could be filed
Corporal Injury of a Child (Child Abuse)—PC 273(d)
- It is a crime to impose physical injury or “cruel punishment” on child
- Slapping a child and leaving a mark
- Punching and/or hitting a teenager
- Using a belt on a child harder than what is considered “reasonable”
Child Endangerment as an Enhancement
- Child abuse or endangerment can be discovered in connection to another crime
- Drinking and driving with a child in the car
Child Endangerment Bail Bond in Riverside, California
Bail is a monetary and written promise that you will appear for a future court date following your arrest. In order to be released from jail, you will have to pay this monetary amount in full. Every county in California has its own bail schedule. Often, the more severe the charge is, the higher the amount of bail.