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

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

Violating a Restraining Protective Order Bail Bonds

If you or someone you know has been arrested in Riverside, California for violating a restraining/protective order, then Justice Bail Bonds can help. Specifically, we can assist in getting you out of jail on bail so you do not have to wait for your court date behind bars.

We are a team of trained and experienced professionals and understand how challenging and confusing this time can be for you and your family. To help make this procedure as smooth and simple as possible, we have put together a resource to better inform you on both the law and the entire process of using a bail bondsman in Riverside, California—from making that first phone call to payment to getting released. We have even provided incentives for using our services, as well as a section to answer any questions and concerns you may have about us. 

Unfortunately, mistakes happen, but everyone deserves a second chance. You can move on from this, and we will be there every step of the way! Do not waste another minute—if you need a bail bondsman in Riverside, California for violating a restraining/protective order then contact us today by calling (951) 445-4155. We are available 24-hours a day. 

Restraining/Protective Orders in Riverside, California

Frequently issued in domestic violence, abuse, stalking or workplace harassment cases, restraining/protective orders differ depending on the specific circumstances of each case. However, these orders generally determine how legally close one person can get to another. The restraining/protective order can also dictate an individual from coming within so many feet of another person's home, school, and/or place of employment.

Any infraction of a restraining/protective order, while it is active, is considered a "violation," and could result in an arrest. Generally, violating a temporary restraining/protective order is a gross misdemeanor charge and can be punished by up to one year in jail and/or a fine of up to $2,000. Yet, if the restraining/protective order has been extended (meaning the one who requested the order has shown proof there is still cause for the order to be active) and then violated, a Category C Felony has occurred. A Category C Felony is punishable by 1 to 5 years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine. 

Violating a Restraining/Protective Order Bail in Riverside, California

If you are arrested in Riverside, California for violating a restraining/protective order, it is possible you can get out of jail on bail. 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 on bail, you will have to pay this monetary amount. Every county in California has its own bail schedule. Often, the more severe the charge is, the higher the amount of bail. For example, you can expect the amount of bail to be much higher for a Category C Felony that it would be for a gross misdemeanor.

To assist you during this time, please take note of the following legal resources:

Once bail has been set, one of two things will happen: You can either pay the bail and get out of jail, or you can choose to not pay the bail and stay in jail until your court date. If you can post bail yourself, the amount you pay will be returned to you (minus standard court fees, as these are non-refundable)— but only if you appear for your scheduled court appearance.

Once bail has officially been set in your case, anyone can legally post it (i.e. a spouse, relative, friend, etc.). The quickest and most effective way to get someone released from jail on bail is by giving the police station the accused person's full name, as well as their date of birth.

It may be difficult for you or a loved one to come up with the bail money. If this is true, a licensed bail bondsman, such as the experienced professionals at Justice Bail Bonds in Riverside, California, can assist for a small fee.

Incentives to Using a Bail Bondsman in Riverside, California

As stated above, you may decide or have no choice but to use a bail bondsman to get out of jail while waiting for a court date. If or when this decision is made, it is imperative for you and your case to find the right bail bondsman—one who not only supports you and puts your needs first, but one who is also loyal and discreet. Specific qualities to look for in a bail bondsman are experience and education.

When it comes to choosing a bail bondsman in Riverside, California, we understand that you have many options to choose from. However, Justice Bail Bonds provides unique service not found anywhere else. The incentives for choosing Justice Bail Bonds include the following:  

  • 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

At Justice Bail Bonds, we know you are going through a rough time. You do not want to make this experience harder than it has to be for you or your family. There is nothing wrong with seeking help, o let us help you!

About Justice Bail Bonds in Riverside, California

Conveniently located in downtown Riverside, California, Justice Bail Bonds provides professional and swift bail bond/jail release services. Better yet, we offer these services throughout the entire Riverside County. 

In addition, we have a predominantly female-driven and fully dedicated staff that treats every single client with the respect and dignity they deserve. If you are looking for a bail bondsman in Riverside, California, you cannot go wrong with us. We even offer a free consultation, so you have nothing to lose. 

Please call Justice Bail Bonds today at 951-445-4155 to get started.

Frequently Asked Questions

Often times, we get asked questions from potential clients. These questions range from price to service details and more. To better inform you, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions. However, if you do not happen to see your question or are still concerned or confused, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Q: I have been arrested for violating a restraining order—now what?

A: Following the arrest, you will be taken into a holding facility and the booking process will begin (i.e. you will be fingerprinted and photographed, etc.). Charges will be confirmed and bail will be established. Please be as patient as possible, as the entire process may take a few hours to finish.

Q: How much do your services cost? 

A: The price of our services depends on the amount at which bail has been set. We generally charge between 7 and 10 percent of the bail amount. Remember, there are no hidden fees and we offer payment plans. We are willing to work with your needs, just be upfront with us.

Q: Does my bail expire?

A: The bail lasts as long as the case lasts. In the unlikely chance that the case lasts longer than a year, we are legally entitled to another 7 to 10 percent fee.

Q: Do I have any other options other than posting bail?

A: Other options besides using a bail bondsman include the following:

  • 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: After I post bail, how long do I have to wait to be released?

A: After bail has been posted, you can usually expect to be released from jail within 7 hours. Factors that could potentially delay the release process include staff to inmate ratio and an overall number of inmates currently being held. Though frustrating, the best thing to do is be as patient as possible.

Q: How do I know if the bail bondsman is good or professional?

A: A: During your consultation with a bail bondsman (remember, Justice Bail Bonds offers a free one), 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 amongst other bail bondsmen?

Q: What happens if I don't post bail?

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

How to Contact Justice Bail Bonds

Are you ready to contact Justice Bail Bonds? If you or someone you know has been arrested for violating a restraining/protective order in Riverside, California and wish to get out of jail while waiting for a court date, we can help! We provide the best services around and can be reached 24-hours a day at: 951-445-4155

You do not have to waste time in jail—get out on bail! Contact Justice Bail Bonds in Riverside, California today!