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CHINO BAIL BONDS OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY! CONTACT HERBERT BAIL BONDS NOW 800-775-6798

The bondsmen at Herbert Bail Bonds strives to make a difficult situation as easy as possible for you and your family. We have bail bond agents in San Bernardino serving all courts, city jails, and sub-stations in the San Bernardino County area.

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Need to get out of jail now in Chino?

Call Herbert Bail Bonds Toll Free at: 1 (800) 775-6798 or email us at info@herbertbailbonds.com

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Need Bail in Chino? Call Herbert Bail Bonds.

Expect the unexpected. It is a great motto to live by, but sometimes the unexpected is so out there. One such unexpected event? Getting arrested and needing the assistance of a bail bondsman.

But the fact is, it happens, and more often than you might think. Should it happen to you, you will want to get out of custody and back to life as quickly as you can, and in most cases, that means contacting a bail bondsman to pay your bail and get you out in a hurry. And to ensure all goes well, you should choose the very best.

Herbert Bail Bonds has been helping Chino residents get out of custody for more than 45 years. We do this quickly and efficiently, minimizing your stress and the time you spend behind bars. We know the people, we know the system, and we make it all work for you. Herbert Bail Bonds is always here, ready to jump into action 24/7.

What Is a Bail Bond?

Bail bond. It is a term we have all heard before, but most of us don’t quite understand. We grasp the basics—it gets you out of jail without you having to pay the full cost of bail—but there are important details you might not know. Before you use our bail bond service, we want you to understand exactly what you are paying for.

A bail bond has two parts: the posting of bail and the bond. Bail is the money you pay to the legal system to secure your release. The bond is an assurance that you will be present for all court hearings related to your case. If you fail to show for even one court date, the bail money is kept by the courts, the bail bondsman will collect on the loss, and a warrant will be issued for your arrest.

Now, you might be wondering how much bail will be. This depends on the crime you are accused of. All jails and courthouses in San Bernardino County follow the county’s bail schedule; the schedule lists the amount of bail allowed for the given charges. This means that it is not left up to the discretion of the arresting officers to determine how much you will need to pay.

Even when the bail amount is low, many individuals will choose to use a bail bond. Sometimes it is not possible to access the money due to banks being closed and ATMs having daily withdrawal limits. In some cases, it is just easier to pay someone to handle the paperwork for you. And since bail money is held until the case is closed, many arrested individuals simply cannot be without the full bail amount for that long, making a bail bondsman the more convenient choice.

We Have the Experience You Need

When you do the same job for 45 years, you get really good at it, learning all the ins and outs and figuring out all the tricks to make things work. While newer companies have to take their time learning the system and the paperwork, it is like muscle memory for us. We don’t need to research, we don’t need to carefully read every form. This lets us work faster than other companies, which means you get released sooner.

And we know the holding facilities and their staff well, having been to all of them many times over the years. We know what to do, we know where to go, and we know who to turn to. No matter the agency placing you under arrest—from local police to immigration enforcement—we will get you back home faster than other companies.

We Work to Make the Process Convenient for You

Being arrested is stressful enough; we don’t want you to worry about making things work with us. As such, we work to make sure using our service is convenient for you. We can come directly to the holding facility to help you, or we can go to the home of a friend or family member to get things started. We even offer our services via fax and phone so you can get help if you have no one nearby. When you turn to us, you can relax knowing that you will soon be back to life as usual.

Paying for Your Bail Bond

Paying for your bail bond is a simple process. We take many forms of payment and will even consider payment in the form of property, depending on the case. Your payment is just a fraction of the cost of your bail amount. In most cases, this will be 10%, but there are cases where it will be 8%. You can pay this reduced fee if you meet the following criteria.

  •         The arrested party has retained a private criminal defense attorney.
  •         A party to the transaction is a member of a workers’ union
  •         A party to the transaction is a veteran or active member of the United States Military.

In addition to accepting collateral, we also offer flexible financing and repayment options. In some cases, a cosigner will be needed.

Fontana District Court Information

17780 Arrow Boulevard
Fontana, CA 92335

909-350-9322

Learn more about the Fontana District Court

Directions to the Fontana District Court

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Chino Jail Information

Chino Jail

5450 Walnut Ave
Chino, CA 91710
909-628-1234

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NEED BAIL BOND ASSISTANCE?

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Find an Inmate

When you need to find a loved one in jail, Herbert Bail Bonds has free resources to help find an inmate. Use our free inmate tracker to find your loved one. Please note you will need inmate information to access the jail records.

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Herbert Bail Bonds toll free at: 800-775-6798.

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Police Station

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department

The San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner’s Department serves San Bernardino County, California, which is geographically the largest county in the United States.

Contact the an Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department

Dispatch (Non-Emergency):

(760) 956-5001 – Desert

(909) 387-8313 – Valley

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Get Out of Jail and Back to Life

We want you to spend as little time in jail as possible, and we work hard to make that happen. We are a family-owned business and take great pride in the results we secure. Our goal is to ensure that you get the results you need in minimal time, with minimal stress. We are ready to help you 24/7; all you need to do is call.