Bail Bonds for Moreno Valley
Completely understating the bail bond process can be difficult and time consuming if you’re not getting the right information. Tonya Page Bail Bonds is here to help.
If you or someone you know has been arrested in the Moreno Valley area, you should call us right away to get started in this process. We have a small, but well-trained team of bondsmen that are fully licensed and will consider your situation in a professional and courteous manner. A bondsman is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and even all legal holidays.
We are a family business that is highly recommended amongst attorneys and clients. Our bondsmen always answer the phone, in person, so there will be no waiting and no automated messages to listen to.
We offer various bail payment plans based on your financial situation and we accept numerous forms including all major credit cards. Under many circumstances, we even offer no collateral bonds. We also pride ourselves in handling everything legally and ethically. We are against hidden fees!
If you know has been arrested in the Moreno Valley area or surrounding areas, please call us today at 877-224-2256.
Moreno Valley Police Department & Sheriff Station
Moreno Valley Sheriff Station
22850 Calle San Juan De Los Lagos
Moreno Valley, CA 92552-0805
Station: (951) 486-6700
In 1985 the City of Moreno Valley and the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department went into a contracted agreement for police services. The Moreno Valley Sheriff Station is also known as the Moreno Valley Police Department. The City of Moreno Valley houses the station within city limits for officers. They have a Sheriff’s Captain who also acts at the Chief of Police as well as a department head for the city. The Moreno Valley Station provides their law enforcement services to approximately 180,000 civilians in the Moreno Valley area.
If someone is arrested in the Moreno Valley area, they may be taken temporarily to the Moreno Valley Station, however, most arrestees will be transported to the Robert Presley Detention Center for booking and processing into the system.
Do I Have to Use a Bail Bondsman?
Typically, this question comes up at the beginning of the bail bond process. Tonya Page Bail Bonds always has the same answer to that, “No, you do not have to use a bondsman.” You can take the full amount of the bail in cash or cashier’s check to the jailer or court.
However, because the bail bond process is somewhat detailed and can be very expensive, often people find that financially, a bail bondsman is necessary, and ultimately, makes more sense to use one rather than not. Daily we see bail in Riverside County set between $10,000 and $20,000. Realistically only a few people could put the money up for that. That’s why people use bondsmen where you will pay only 10% of the full bail amount as a non-refundable fee.
If you need further information about why you should use Tonya Page Bail Bonds, or have other questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call our toll free number at 877-224-2256. We are only a call away from handling you bail bond process in the Moreno Valley area, or the entire state of California.