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Los Angeles: 323-547-8786 | Orange County: 714-541-1155 San Bernardino: 909-381-3899 | San Diego: 619-381-4859 | Riverside: 951-445-4155

24 Hour Bail Bonds:

Los Angeles: 323-547-8786

Orange County: 714-541-1155

San Bernardino: 909-381-3899

San Diego: 619-381-4859

Riverside: 951-445-4155

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Desert Hot Springs Bail Bonds

Located in the Coachella Valley in Southern California, Desert Hot Springs is considered a part of the Desert Empire, a geographic region made up of the cities in the Coachella Valley. Named for natural hot springs located in the area, Desert Hot Springs is one of the only places in the world where both hot and cold mineral springs can be found together. More than 20 natural springs are located within the city limits. Unlike most hot springs, these are completely odorless, making it a pleasant vacation destination for those who enjoy a relaxing time in a hot spring. 

The earliest recorded homesteader of the Desert Hot Springs area was Hilda Maude Gray, who arrived in 1908. A few years later, she was joined by Cabot Yerxa, who discovered the first hot springs on Miracle Hill. Due to a geographic anomaly, namely the division of the area by the San Andreas Fault, one side of the aquifer discovered by Yerxa is cold water, while the other is hot.

Cabot’s Pueblo Museum in Desert Hot Springs

Yerxa built a home over top of the aquifer he discovered. The home was built by hand, of adobe. It is one of the oldest adobe-style buildings in Riverside County and now houses the Cabot Pueblo Museum. The home was built to be both a museum and a residence. Yerxa scoured the Coachella Valley for reclaimed and repurposed materials to build with, and also made some of the adobe bricks by hand. Cabot filled the home/museum with Native American artifacts that he gathered from his travels. He also displayed his own works of art and created displays featuring Native American Rights. Cabot opened the museum to the public in 1950. The home was designated as a state historical site after Yerxa’s death in 1965.

Tourism in Desert Hot Springs

The 1950s saw a surge in tourism to the area. As investors saw the potential for winter homes in the region, the area was divided into building lots and sold to retirees seeking a warm place to spend their winters. By 1963, the population of Desert Hot Springs had reached 1,000 residents, and the city incorporated. Now, Desert Hot Springs is home to just over 25,000 people and still experiences high tourism rates during the winter months.

Marijuana in Desert Hot Springs

Desert Hot Springs was the first city in Southern California to embrace the cultivation of legal marijuana. Cannabis cultivation has become a vital part of the Desert Hot Springs economy, with licenses to grow and distribute legalized pot being sold by the local city government.

Law Enforcement in Desert Hot Springs

Law enforcement services in Desert Hot Springs is provided by the Desert Hot Springs Police Department, located next to City Hall. The DHSPD has integrated a community policing policy that assigns a specific officer to each area of the city. This gives individuals living in various neighborhood access to a designated officer they can reach out to with law enforcement or peacekeeping concerns.

Desert Hot Springs Police Department

65-950 Pierson Blvd.

Desert Hot Springs, CA  92240

(760) 329-2904

Arrested in Desert Hot Springs

If you or a loved one is arrested in Banning, CA, the most important thing to remember is: Stay Calm. Law enforcement is a high-stress job and when you come into contact with members of law enforcement, you do yourself and the officer a favor when you keep your voice lowered and your response reasonable.

If you get arrested in Desert Hot Springs


  • Struggle With Officers
  • Shout Obscenities
  • Refuse A Breathalyzer
  • Run From Officers
  • Volunteer Information That May Hurt Your Case


  • Remain Calm
  • Speak Softly
  • Cooperate Physically With Police
  • Remain Silent When Possible
  • Explain Your Actions In A Calm Voice (If You Choose)
  • Demonstrate That You Are Reasonable & Stable
  • Submit To A Breathalyzer or Other Tests, As Required

By remaining calm and demonstrating that you are reasonable and stable, you put yourself in a better position for release and avoid additional charges such as resisting arrest or assault on a police officer.

Taken To Jail in Desert Hot Springs, CA

The closest jail to Desert Hot Springs is the Larry D. Smith correctional facility. The Smith Correctional Facility is the Riverside Sheriff’s Department’s largest correctional facility and is home to several programs that help serve the inmates of the Riverside County Jail system. Located in Banning, CA.

Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility

1627 S. Hargrave Street

Banning, CA  92220

For General Information Call (951)922-7300

To Schedule Visits Call (951) 922-7540

Bail in Desert Hot Springs

Cash bail has been a part of the US Justice system since before the Revolutionary War. It is a way for individuals accused of a crime to obtain release from jail until their trial can be held. Money is deposited with the court system and will be returned to the bail depositor once the legal proceedings against the defendant have been completed. This process ensures that the defendant will appear for all hearings and trial procedures while allowing him or her the freedom to continue working and building relationships within the community.

Bail amounts vary, depending on the crime a person is charged with. The bail schedule is set by the Superior Court in each county. The Riverside County bail schedule can be found online or will be available at the facility where a person is detained.

Some examples of bail in California are:

Misdemeanor Charges                                         PC Violation                                    Bail Amount

Violation of Probation                                              PC 1203.2                                         $5,000

Carrying a Concealed Firearm                               PC 12025(b)(7)                                $5,000

Exhibiting a Firearm                                                PC 417(a)(2)                                     $10,000

Indecent Exposure                                                   PC 314                                               $5,000

Possession of Underage Obscenity                      PC 311.11(a)                                     $10,000

Failure to Register as a Sex Offender                  PC 290                                               $10,000

Violation of a Protective Order                               PC 273.65                                         $10.000

Interfering with Emergency Personnel                 PC 148.2                                           $5,000

Assault Against a Peace Officer                            PC 241                                               $10,000

DUI Alcohol or Drugs                                               PC 23152(a)                         $5,000


Felony Charges                                                      Violation                                           Bail Amount

Using a Minor to Commit Drug Offense               HS 11380.1(a)(1)                             $20,000

Commission of Drug Offense Involving PCP       HS 11370.4(a)(2)                             $30,000

Commission of Drug Offense Near School          HS11353.6(b)                                   $40,000

Drug Offense Involving a Minor 4 Yrs. Ynger      HS11353.6(c)                                    $40,000

Inducing a Minor to Commit a Drug Offense       HS 11343.2(a)(1)                             $10.000

Hate Crime                                                                PC 422.75(a)                                    $20,000 

Carrying Firearm During Com. of Crime PC 12021.5(b)                      $20,000 – 30,000

Theft over $100,000                                                PC 1203.045                                     $50,000

Discharging a Firearm in the Comm. of Felony PC 12022.53(c)                                 $200,000

For assistance in figuring the amount of bail required to have someone released from jail in Desert Hot Springs, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155.

Bail Bonds in Desert Hot Springs

Often, the amount of bail required to have someone released from jail is more than the individual or their families can easily produce. This where a bail bondsman can help. Bail Bondsmen work with a surety company to write bonds to the court and get people out of jail for a fraction of the cost of bail.

Justice Bail Bonds has been working with the residents of Riverside County for more than twenty years and can write larger bonds, in a shorter period of time, than anyone else in the County. Because of their extensive track record in writing large bail bonds, Justice has earned the trust of their Surety Company and have the ability to write even large bail bonds quickly, as long as certain criteria are met. Justice looks at the nature of the charges being made, the stability of the defendant and their position in the community, the employment history of the person being released from jail, and the stability and employment history of the person cosigning for the bail bond.

Justice Bail Bonds can work quickly to get you or a loved one out of jail fast in Desert Hot Springs. Call them today at (951) 445-4155 to discuss your situation and find the solution that works best for you!

How Much Are Bail Bonds in Desert Hot Springs?

Bail amounts vary, based on the charges being made. Bail amounts are set by the Superior Court of each county and the Riverside County bail schedule can be located here or made available at any facility where an individual is booked and held.

To determine the amount of bail required to get someone out of jail, add together the bail amount required for all charges and enhancements. The experienced professionals at Justice Bail Bonds can help you determine the amount of money it will take to bail someone out of jail.

The cost of bail bonds is set by the State of California and is based on the total amount of bail required. Generally speaking, the amount of money required to secure a bail bond is 10% of the total cost of bail. This cost of 10% is non-refundable and covers the costs associated with bail and maintaining a bail bond company.

What if I Can’t Afford Bail Bonds?

Justice Bail Bonds will work with you to determine the best plan to help you or someone you love to get out of jail fast. If you can’t afford the cost of bail bonds, Justice has bail bond payment plans that require as little as no money down to help get you out of jail quickly (OAC). Call Justice Bail Bonds if you feel you can’t afford bail. Call (951) 445-4155 today!

24 Hour Bail Bonds in Desert Hot Springs

When you need a bail bondsman at 2:00 AM, you don’t want to dial the phone and get an answering machine. You need help getting out of jail right now! Justice Bail Bonds understands the importance of finding the help you need when you need it. With offices located all over Southern California, Justice Bail Bonds works with licensed and experienced bail bond agents who are ready to be there at a moment's notice. Most locations are near enough to jails that you could have a bail bond agent by your side in minutes.

Justice Bail Bonds Offers:

  • The Best Rates On Bail Bonds in Desert Hot Springs, CA
  • 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

You can call Justice Bail Bonds 24 hours a day and get the help you need. Get out of jail fast by calling (951)445-4155.

1% Bail Bonds

When bail bond companies advertise 1% bail bonds, they’re talking about the percentage of the down payment required to get someone out of jail. Justice Bail Bonds offers a wide range of payment plans designed to help you get out of jail for as little money down as possible and payments that fit your budget. If you have a job, or a cosigner with a job, you will qualify for 1% bail bonds, too!

The bail bond professionals at Justice Bail Bonds have been helping residents of Riverside County bail out of jail for more than 20 years. They are the only bail bond company in the county that can write large bail bonds without getting prior approval from their underwriting company and they can help you get out of jail FAST!

Call Justice Bail Bonds at (951)445-4155. to find out if they can help you get out of jail on a 1% bail bond!

Bail Bonds Financing in Desert Hot Springs

If you can’t afford the full cost of bail (and most people can’t) then a bail bond agent can be your very best friend. Bail bond companies post a bond with the court in place of bail, taking responsibility for the defendant and promising that if the defendant fails to appear for hearings or proceedings, then the bail bond company will pay the whole amount of bail instead. The fee for this service is typically 10% of the total cost of bail, allowing a defendant to get out of jail for pennies on the dollar.

However, there are times when even 10% of the total cost of bail is more money than a defendant or their family can comfortably come up with. In these cases, Justice Bail Bonds will work with you to design a payment plan that gets your loved one out of jail and back home, while making payments toward the cost of the bail bond. Call (951) 445-4155 today to discuss your situation with a bail bond professional at Justice Bail Bonds.

PC 1275 Hold on Bail in Desert Hot Springs, 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.

Domestic Violence Bail Bonds in Desert Hot Springs

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 Desert Hot Springs, the defendant will be taken to the Desert Hot Springs Jail to be processed and charged. Once the paperwork has been filed and a mug shot and fingerprints taken, the defendant will 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 Desert Hot Springs, 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
  • Coercion
  • Harassment
  • Economic control
  • threats and intimidation
  • Destruction of Property
  • Isolation

Arguments are inevitable when two people spend a lot of 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 Desert Hot Springs. Call (951) 445-4155 today!

Assault & Battery Bail Bonds In Desert Hot Springs

If you are arrested and charged with assault and battery, you will be transported to the Desert Hot Springs 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. 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.