Riverside County Bail Bonds

If you or someone you love find yourself behind bars in Riverside County, your first thought will likely be, “What’s the fastest way to get out of jail?” The answer is Justice Bail Bonds. Justice has been writing Riverside bail bonds for more than twenty years. Their years of experience have helped them build relationships with people in the justice system throughout the county, allowing them to help clients needing bail bonds in Riverside faster than anyone else in the county.

For Riverside bail bonds, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 389-0769. Or for 24 Hour Bail Bonds Services call 951-445-4155

Riverside Bail Bondsman

Justice Bail Bonds is a Riverside Bail Bondsman that has been serving the people of Riverside County for more than 20 years. The all-female staff have years of experience writing bail bonds in Riverside County and have the expertise and know-how to get you or a loved one out of jail fast! With locations all over Riverside County, Justice can have a licensed, professional bail bondsman by your side in just minutes! When you need a Riverside Bail Bondsman, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 389-0769.

Justice Bail Bonds

8175 Limonite Ave Suite A

Riverside, CA  92509

(951) 389-0769

 

Riverside County, California

Riverside County, California is the fourth largest county in California, by population. Once inhabited by the Luiseno, Cupeno, and Cahuilla Indian Peoples, Riverside County is now home to more than 2.4 million people, including several Indian Nations. A part of the Inland Empire, Riverside was formed in 1893 from portions of the San Bernardino and San Diego counties.

For years the growth and economic base of Riverside County was the housing industry, as many people employed along the Pacific Coast sought more affordable housing further inland. In recent years, however, the county has worked to expand its economic base into the tourism and transportation industries.

Beautiful winter weather provides the perfect setting for a number of enormous outdoor events that draw thousands of visitors to the county each year, including the Riverside County Fair, the Balloon and Wine Festival, Coachella outdoor concert, and the Humana Challenge, a golf tournament previously known as the Bob Hope Classic.

Riverside Sheriff’s Department

The Riverside Sheriff’s Department has been providing law enforcement services throughout Riverside County since 1893 when the county was formed from portions of San Bernardino and San Diego counties. The department has responsibility for the fourth largest county in the state, by landmass, with the county covering more than 7,300 square miles.

The Riverside Sheriff’s Department is the second-largest in California, with a staff of more than 3,600. The administration’s offices are located in the City of Riverside, with ten patrol stations located throughout the county. In addition to providing law enforcement services to all of the unincorporated areas of the county, the Sheriff’s Department also contracts with many of the cities in the county to provide policing services within their city limits.

Riverside Sheriff’s Administration

4095 Lemon Street

Riverside, CA  92501

(951)955-2400

The Sheriff’s Department has patrol stations at the following locations:

Cabazon Patrol Station

50290 Main Street

Cabazon, CA  92230

The Cabazon Patrol Station provides services to the central county pass area, including the unincorporated portions of the county around the cities of Beaumont and Banning. The station also provides contracted policing services to the City of Calimesa and the Morongo Indian Reservation. The Cabazon Station is responsible for law enforcement in Cabazon, Cherry Valley, Poppet Flats, San Gorgonio, San Timoteo Canyon, Twin Pines, and Whitewater.

Colorado River Station

260 N. Spring Street

Blythe, CA  92225

(760)921-7900

The Colorado River Station is responsible for all of the unincorporated portions of the county from Red Cloud Road to the Arizona State Line, including the communities of Ripley, Mesa Verde, Midland, East Blythe, Eagle Mountain, Desert Center, and the Colorado River Indian Tribes. The only other law enforcement in this portion of the county is the Blythe Police Department.

Hemet Station

43950 Acacia Avenue Suite B

Hemet, CA  92544

(951)791-3400

The Hemet Station provides law enforcement services to both the unincorporated portions of the county surrounding the Hemet and San Jacinto, as well as providing the contracted policing services to the City of San Jacinto, as well. The City of Hemet has its own police department. However, the Hemet Station patrols the communities of Aguanga, Anza, East Hemet, Garner Valley, Gilman Hot Springs, Green Acres, Idyllwild, Lake Riverside, Mountain Center, Pine Cove, Pine Meadow, Sage, Soboba Hot Springs, Valle Vista, and the tribal nations of the Cahuilla, the Ramona, the Santa Rosa, and the Soboba.

Jurupa Valley Station

7477 Mission Boulevard

Jurupa Valley, CA  92509

(951)955-2600

The Jurupa Valley Station provides contracted policing services to the cities of Norco, Eastvale, and Jurupa Valley, as well as patrolling the unincorporated areas of Cornotia, El Cerrito, Highgrove, Home Gardens, and Lake Hills.

Lake Elsinore Station

333 Limited Avenue

Lake Elsinore, CA  92530

Located at the western edge of the county, the Lake Elsinore Station provides contracted policing services for the cities of Lake Elsinore and Wildomar, as well as patrolling services for the unincorporated communities of Alberhill, El Cariso, Glen Eden, Glen Ivy Hot Springs, Good Hope, La Cresta, Lakeland Village, Meadowbrook, Ortega Hills, Temescal Valley, and Warm Springs.

Moreno Valley Station

22850 Calle San Juan De Los Lagos

Moreno Valley, CA  92552

(951) 486-6700

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has been providing contracted policing services for the City of Moreno Valley since 1985. The Moreno Valley Station doubles as the Moreno Valley Police Department. The station also provides law enforcement services for the unincorporated communities near Moreno Valley, including Edgemont and Sunnymead.

Palm Desert Station

73705 Gerald Ford Drive

Palm Desert, CA  92211

(760) 836-1600

The Palm Desert Station provides policing services to the western half of the Coachella Valley’s unincorporated communities, as well as providing police services for the cities of Indian Wells, Palm Desert, and Rancho Mirage. Unincorporated communities covered by the Palm Desert Station include Thousand Palms, Adreas Hills, Joshua Tree National Park, North Palm Springs, Painted Hills, Pinyon Pines, Sky Valley, and the Agua Caliente Tribal Nation.

Perris Station

137 N. Perris Blvd. Suit A

Perris, CA  92570

(951) 210-1000

The Riverside Sheriff’s Department has been contracting with the City of Perris since 1996 to provide policing services for the city. The Perris Station also oversees contracted policing services for the cities of Canyon Lake and Menifee, as well as the unincorporated communities of Gavilan Hills, Glen Valley, Homeland, Juniper Flats, Lake Mathews, Lakeview, Nuevo, Mead Valley, Romoland, Winchester, and Woodcrest. The Perris station also houses the Forensic Services department for the county, which is responsible for the collection and preservation of evidence for all Sheriff’s Stations in the western part of the county.

Southwest Sheriff’s Station

30755-A Auld Road

Murrieta, CA  92563

(951) 696-3000

The Southwest Station provides contracted services to the cities of Temecula and De Luz, as well as the unincorporated communities of French Valley, Murrieta Hot Springs, and the Pechanga Tribal Nation.

Thermal Sheriff’s Station

86625 Airport Blvd.

Thermal, CA  92274

(760) 863-8990

The Thermal Sheriff’s Station provides contracted policing services for the cities of La Quinta, Southern Coachella Valley, and Coachella, as well as the unincorporated communities of Arabia, Bermuda Dunes, Chiriaco Summit, Cottonwood Spring, Desert Beach, Desert Haven, Flowing Wells, Hundred Palms, Indio Hills, Joshua Tree, Mecca, North Shore, Oasis, Salton Sea, Sun City, Thermal, Torres-Martinex Tribal Nation, Twenty-Nine Palms Tribal Nation, and Augustine Tribal Nation. The City of Indio and the City of Desert Hot Springs provide their own police departments within this geographical area, as well.

Riverside County Jails

The Sheriff’s Department in Riverside County, CA manages five correctional facilities. It is one of the largest correctional operations in the country. In order to provide safe housing for the county’s many inmates, and safe working conditions for the staff and officers of the Riverside Sheriff’s Department, the Riverside County Department of Corrections enforces a number of very strict rules regarding visitation to inmates in any of the Riverside County Jails.

While each jail facility has unique rules and visiting requirements, the following rules apply to all facilities unless location-specific rules override them.

General Rules:

  • Inmates may have a maximum of two visits per week.
  • Visits are approximately 45 minutes long.
  • Valid picture ID is required for visitors. Any form of government identification cards will do.
  • Visitors are subject to search of their belongings and person.
  • Visitors are subject to warrant checks and arrest.
  • Visitors must be 18 years old or older to visit unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
  • Visitors may only visit with the inmate they signed up to visit. No swapping inmates with another visitor.
  • Public restrooms are available at all facilities.
  • Attorney's and special visits must be scheduled by calling the detention facility.

Absolutely NO:

  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Weapons
  • Tear Gas
  • C. Dispensers
  • Cameras
  • Knives
  • No smoking in any jail facility.
  • No food or drink in the visiting area.
  • Visitors must dress appropriately.
  • No:
    • Gang Affiliations
    • Sexual or Crude Comments or Pictures
    • No Offensive Sayings
    • No Bare Torso
    • Skirts Must Be Mid-Thigh Length
  • Visitors committing a criminal act anywhere on jail property are subject to arrest.
  • Violation of visiting rules may subject the visitor to loss of visiting privileges.
  • All facilities reserve the right to terminate visits if deemed necessary for security

Robert Presley Detention Center (RPDC)

The RPDC is located in Downtown Riverside, California. 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 Robert Presley Detention Center

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 Robert Presley Detention Center

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 Robert  Presley Detention Center

Robert Presley Detention Center

(Inmate Name and Booking Number)

4000 Orange Street

Riverside, CA  92501

Sending Money to Inmates at Robert  Presley Detention Center

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! (951) 389-0769

Cois M. Byrd (Southwest) Detention Center

Located in southwest Riverside County, the Byrd Detention Center opened in 1993 in an area known as the French Valley. Also called the Southwest Detention Center, the Byrd Detention Center is a part of the Southwest Justice Center in Murrieta, which also houses the Superior Court of Riverside County.

Southwest Detention Center

30755-B Auld Road

Murrieta, California 92563

General Information: (951) 696-3050

Visitor Scheduling: (951) 696-3470

Posting Bail at the Southwest Detention Center

If you, or someone you love, is being held at the Southwest Detention Center, you'll likely want to post bail, so that you or they can get back to regular life, as quickly as possible. To determine the amount of bail that will be required to obtain their release, you'll need to consult the Riverside County Bail Schedule.

  • Find the count that could carry the longest jail time.
  • Find the bail amount from that charge.
  • Check the “Special Bail Section” to see if there is a larger amount that could apply. You'll have to use the larger amount if it applies.
  • Add bail for all enhancements of the original charge.
  • Bail bonds will have to be posted for each charge.

There are some cases in which the defendant will not be allowed to post bail until a hearing has taken place.

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) 389-0769

Southwest Detention Center Visiting Information

When visiting an inmate at the Southwest Detention Center, you must make an appointment 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.
  • On the day allotted, appointments are available in the morning, afternoon, and evening.
  • Inmates may have two visits per day, but only one per visiting block. (Only one visit in the morning, one in the afternoon or evening.)
  • Schedule an appointment by calling (951) 696-3470 between 9 am and 5 pm, a minimum of 24 hours before the visit.
  • Check-in for visits begins thirty minutes before the beginning of the visit.
  • Visitors may not check-in less than ten-minutes before the visit begins.
  • Visits are limited to two adults and two children, per visit.
  • Have the inmate's housing location before calling to schedule a visit.
  • If you don't know the housing location of the inmate you wish to visit, call (951) 696-3050.

When visiting a friend or loved one at the Southwest Detention Center, don't be late. You can't check-in earlier than thirty minutes before the visit, and you won't be allowed to check-in closer than ten-minutes before the visit starts. This only gives you a twenty-minute window for checking in. Arriving early, and then waiting for time to check-in, is advisable.

Sending Mail or Money to Inmates at the Byrd Detention Center

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.

All mail will be inspected, and if it contains any of the disallowed items will be rejected.

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.” You can also deposit money into an inmates account directly through Access Corrections, though fees may apply. Or, you can make deposits into an inmates account by phone by calling 1-866-345-1884. You'll need a credit card to use either of these latter options.

To send mail to an inmate at the Southwest Detention Center:

Southwest Detention Center

(Inmate Name and Booking Number)

30755-B Auld Road

Murrieta, CA  92563

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 at Riverside Jails

Bail is an amount of money that the court holds onto in order to ensure that a person shows up for court dates and hearing, etc. The amount of bail that is required will vary depending on the charges. The bail schedule is set in for each county and should be posted at the Banning Jail where you can find out how much bail you will need to post.

To figure out how much bail you will need:

  • First, find the charge that carries the highest potential jail time and fines.
  • Use that charge to determine the basis of the bail.
  • Now find any “enhancements” or additional charges and the bail that applies to those enhancements.
  • Add all of that together to find the total amount of bail that will be required.

If you or someone you love is behind bars at the Smith Correctional Facility, call Justice Bail Bonds right away for help in posting bail. The experienced team at Justice Bail Bonds can help you post bail and get back home with your family in no time! Call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 389-0769.

Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility Visiting Information

When visiting an inmate at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility, you must make an appointment 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) 922-7540 between 9 am and 5 pm, a minimum of 24 hours before the visit.
  • Check-in for visits begins one hour before the beginning of the visit.
  • Visitors may not check-in during the twenty minutes before the visit begins.
  • Visits are limited to two people per visit, including infants and children.
  • Have the inmate's booking number and housing location available when calling to schedule a visit.
  • If you don't know the housing location of the inmate you wish to visit, use the Find Booking Number link to look up the inmate housing assignment.

When visiting a friend or loved one at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility, don't be late. You can't check-in earlier than one hour before the visit, and you won't be allowed to check-in closer than twenty minutes before the visit starts. This only gives you a forty-minute window for checking in. Arriving early, and then waiting for time to check-in, is advisable.

Sending Mail or Money to Inmates at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility

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.

All mail will be inspected, and if it contains any of the disallowed items will be rejected.

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.” You can also deposit money into an inmates account directly through Access Corrections, though fees may apply. Or, you can make deposits into an inmates account by phone by calling 1-866-345-1884. You'll need a credit card to use either of these latter options.

To send mail to an inmate at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility:

Smith Correctional Facility

(Inmate Name and Booking Number)

1627 S. Hargrave Street

Banning, CA  92220

Indio Jail

The Indio Jail is located in the city of Indio, CA. If you or a loved one is in jail in Indio, California, call Justice Bail Bonds to get out of jail fast!

Indio Jail

46057 Oasis Street

P.O. Box 1748

Indio, CA  92201

For General Information Call (951) 863-8252

To Schedule Visits Call (951) 341-8888

Visiting Someone at the Indio Jail

When visiting an inmate at the Indio Jail, 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 tank and cell number 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 people per visit, including infants and children.
  • 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 Indio Jail, don't be late. There is only a ten-minute window for checking in. Arriving early, and then waiting for time to check-in, is advisable.

Sending Mail or money to inmates at the Indio 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.

All mail will be inspected, and if it contains any of the disallowed items will be rejected.

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.” You can also deposit money into an inmates account directly through Access Corrections, though fees may apply. Or, you can make deposits into an inmates account by phone by calling 1-866-345-1884. You'll need a credit card to use either of these latter options.

To send mail to an inmate at the Riverside County Jail in Indo, California:

Indio Jail

(Inmate Name and Booking Number)

P.O. Box 1748

Indio, CA  92201

Blythe Jail

Built in 1964, the Blythe Jail is one of the oldest jails still in operation in Riverside County.  The Blythe jail is located just east of the Arizona border, along the Colorado River, in Blythe, California.

Riverside County Jail in Blythe, California

260 N. Spring Street

Blythe, CA  92225

For General Information Call (760) 921-5780

To Schedule Visits Call (951) 341-8888

Visiting Someone at the Blythe Jail

When visiting an inmate at the Blythe Jail, you must make an appointment at least 24 hours in advance.

  • Call a day in advance of the requested visiting day to make an appointment.
  • Each tank and cell number has a specific day available for visiting.
  • 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 fifteen minutes before the beginning of the visit.
  • Visits are limited to two people per visit, including infants and children.
  • 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.

Sending Mail or money to inmates at the Blythe Correctional Facility

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.

All mail will be inspected, and if it contains any of the disallowed items will be rejected.

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.” You can also deposit money into an inmates account directly through Access Corrections, though fees may apply. Or, you can make deposits into an inmates account by phone by calling 1-866-345-1884. You'll need a credit card to use either of these latter options.

To send mail to an inmate at the Riverside County Jail in Blythe, California:

Blythe Jail

(Inmate Name and Booking Number)

P.O. Box 1270

Indio, CA  92226

Bail Bonds in Riverside County, California

Riverside County California is a beautiful place to work, live, and visit. However, if you find yourself in trouble with the law in Riverside, remember that your best friend is a bail bondsman that can help you get out of jail and back to your regular life as fast as possible. Justice Bail Bonds has locations throughout Riverside County and can have someone by your side to help you post a bail bond within minutes in most cases.

For Riverside Bail Bonds, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 389-0769.

Financing Bail Bonds in Riverside

Whether you have good credit, bad credit, or no credit, we can help get you financing for bail bonds***. As long as you have a job or a cosigner with a job we can get you a bail bond loan* and help you get out of jail fast!

Why Use Justice for Riverside Bail Bonds?

Justice Bail Bonds offers:

  • The lowest bail bond rates allowed under the law.
  • There are no hidden fees or annual charges.
  • We offer interest-free financing on bail bonds. (OAC)
  • No collateral needed! Your job is your credit!
  • Military discounts for service members.
  • Female owned and operated.
  • Bilingual staff – All of our agents speak English and Spanish.

Justice Bail Bonds accepts payments online, over the phone, or in person, whatever works best for you! We accept all major credit or debit cards and welcome wire transfers, money orders, and PayPal payments. We work hard to ensure that making payments on your bail bond will be as easy as possible! Call us today to find out how easy making payments on a bail bond can be! Call (951) 389-0769 to speak with a bail bond professional and discuss your bail bond situation.

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.

DUI Enhancements

In addition to a charge of Driving Under the Influence, or DUI, there may also be circumstances in which the charges will be increased or “enhanced.” These enhancements include:

  • Child Endangerment
  • Reckless Speed
  • Open Container
  • Hit And Run
  • Evading Arrest
  • Blood Alcohol Above 0.15%
  • Blood Alcohol Above 0.2%
  • DUI Refusal/Forced Blood Draw
  • Multiple Offenses

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 Riverside bail bonds for DUI, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 389-0769.