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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

Child Endangerment Bail Bonds in Riverside

Are you currently facing legal trouble in Riverside, California? How about someone you know or are close to? Regardless of who needs help, the important thing is that you are seeking help—and you have come to the right place! At Justice Bail Bonds, we offer professional and reliable bail bonds services for a myriad of charges, including child endangerment. 

It is important to note that child endangerment and child abuse are two very different charges. While both serious, gaining a better understanding of the specifics of child endangerment will be pertinent to your case and the process of getting out of jail on bail. Therefore, we have put together this article to give you the necessary information needed to successfully move on from this difficult time.

Below, we have provided facts on the law of child endangerment, as well as the entire process of working with a bail bondsman. You will learn about pricing, benefits, and what to expect after the arrest.

If you or someone you know needs a child endangerment bail bond in Riverside, California, Justice Bail Bonds is here for you. Contact us today by calling (951) 445-4155  The sooner we get started, the better.

Child Endangerment in Riverside, California—The Law

Once the arrest occurs, you will likely face a challenging time. That is why we are here—we want to make the ongoing procedure as smooth as possible for you. If at any time you have questions or concerns, Justice Bail Bonds in Riverside, California is here to ease that confusion.

The child endangerment laws in Riverside, California can be overwhelming. 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.

During this time, you will find the following legal resources to be of great value:

If you can post bail, the amount you pay will be returned to you (minus standard court fees), but only if you appear for your scheduled court appearance. Once bail has officially been set in a child endangerment case, anyone is permitted to post it. The best and most effective way to get someone released is by giving the jail or police station the accused person's full name, as well as their date of birth.

If you are struggling to come up with the bail money on your own, a licensed bail bondsman, such as the experienced professionals at Justice Bail Bonds in Riverside, California, can assist for a small fee.

About Justice Bail Bonds in Riverside, California

Justice Bail Bonds is located in downtown Riverside, California. We always provide swift and easy bail bond/jail release services throughout the entire Riverside County. 

Predominantly female-driven and fully dedicated to treating every single client with the respect and dignity they deserve, incentives for choosing our services include: 

  • Free Consultation
  • Bail Bondsman Travel to You
  • Fastest Release Possible
  • Reliable, 24-Hour Service
  • Convenient (Pay by Phone)
  • Affordable Service
  • Lowest Rates in Area
  • No Hidden Fees
  • Payment Plans Available

To speak to a bail bondsman today, please call Justice Bail Bonds at 951-445-4155. We even offer free consultations, so you have nothing to lose!

Frequently Asked Questions

Below, we have a list of questions frequently asked by our potential clients about the process and our services. Please let us know if you have further concerns.

Q: What happens after the arrest occurs?

A: Following an arrest, the arrestee is taken into a holding facility for booking. The specific charges are then confirmed, bail is established, and both court date and time are set.

Q: After I have been arrested, what should I do?

A: Once you have been arrested, if you cannot afford bail and wish to be released, contact a bail bondsman, such as Justice Bail Bonds, for assistance.

Q: How much do your services cost?

A: The price of our services will depend on the amount at which bail has been set. We charge between 7 and 10 percent of the bail amount itself—no hidden fees. We also offer payment plans.

Q: What other options do I have besides using a bail bondsman?

A: If you do not wish to use a bail bondsman to get out of jail, your options are as follow:

  • Pay the court or jail cash, which you will get back less any fees or outstanding fines due to the court once the case has been completed.
  • US Treasury Bond
  • Real Property

Q: Once bail has been posted, how long until I am released?

A: The time varies, but you can usually expect to be released from jail within 7 hours of bail being posted. 

Q: How do I tell a “good” bail bondsman from a “bad” bail bondsman?

A: During your consultation with a bail bondsman (most companies offer a free one, as Justice Bail Bonds does), you can ask questions to get a better feel for the company's experience and expertise, like:

  • How long have you been licensed?
  • Can you briefly explain your history?
  • Where do you stand with the California Department of Insurance?
  • Do you put your client first?
  • What makes you stand out among other bail bondsmen?

Q: What if I don't post bail?

A: If you cannot or choose to not post bail, then you will remain in custody until your court date.

Ready to Contact Justice Bail Bonds?

If you have been arrested for child endangerment and you need a professional and reliable bail bondsman, we are here for you. We provide discreet, effective, and 24-hour service in Riverside, California.

Do not face this challenging time alone—Contact Justice Bail Bonds in Riverside, California today!