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Corona Bail Bonds


The staff 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 Riverside serving all courts, city jails, and sub-stations in the Riverside area.

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Bail Bonds Services for Corona

Being arrested can be scary, confusing, and disheartening. Even those who have family and friends in their corner may be in a bind, as relatives don’t always have the funds necessary to bail them out of jail. Even when they do, they often can’t commit a hefty sum to a court case for financial reasons. Once you reach the county facility, your time becomes critical. By calling on a reliable bail bondsman, you can get your bail paid for and get back onto the street in minimal time.

Herbert Bail Bonds has served the city of Corona for 45 years, establishing relationships with all of the jails in Riverside County, and the rest of the Southland. In that time, we have posted bail for countless people in Corona, enabling them to regain their freedom and get back to their lives and families. With a strong background in law enforcement, we know exactly how to get you in and out of the system.

Basic facts about Bail Bonds

Any time a law enforcement agency arrests someone, that agency contacts the court to assign that person a bail amount appropriate for their alleged crime. This amount depends upon several factors, such as the individual’s record, flight risk, and the severity of the crime. Minor offenses tend to warrant small bail amounts, while serious felonies warrant more severe amounts. Occasionally, if the crime or flight risk is severe enough, the court will deny bail to the individual, though such cases are rare.

If the arrested party (or someone acting on their behalf) can provide the bail amount, the court will then authorize the suspect’s release, under the condition that they return to court for all appearances required to resolve the case. If the suspect fails to return, the court will issue a warrant for their arrest. In such cases, the bail amount goes into default, which means that unless the suspect can be persuaded to return to court (or be apprehended and then returned) within a particular time frame, the court will keep the bail.

Bail is too expensive for most people. Even when a friend or relative has the money, that person may need weeks to get the money together. Even if they can, many would rather not have their money tied up in a court case, which can drag on for months. However, the experienced bail bondsman will quickly locate your loved one and post their bail, thus enabling the friend or family member to hold on to their cash.

Each bail bond has two components: the bail, and the bond. For a small fee, the bondsman pays the bail amount to the law enforcement agency, which in turn releases the suspect. This bail amount becomes a loan to the suspect’s friend or family member. Thus, the bond is a promise (made by the borrowing party) that the suspect will attend all future court dates. If the suspect fails to attend, the bondsman forfeits the bail, and borrower then becomes responsible for paying the full amount back to the bondsman. In addition, the bondsman may employ bounty hunters to track down the suspect and return them to jail, thus enabling the reclamation of bail.

Riverside County Department of Corrections

Whenever the Corona Police Department makes an arrest, they take that person to their headquarters in downtown Corona. Upon arrival, Corona PD processes the suspect and assigns them a bail amount. At that point, they transfer the suspect to a county holding facility, usually Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside. Upon reaching the county facility, the suspect’s release requires additional time, as processing times are longer. To avoid having your loved one remain in custody for an extended time, you should contact an experienced bail bondsman like Herbert Bail Bonds, who knows how to get your loved one out before Corona PD issues the transfer.

However, even if your family member receives a transfer to a county facility, Herbert Bail Bonds has the experience and connections needed to facilitate a quick release. We work with all local law enforcement agencies to get you out quickly, and our long-standing relationships with the corrections officials at these facilities enable us to expedite your release. The sooner you call us, the sooner you are back on the street.

Count on Our Experience

Freedom is something you should never take for granted. When you are in desperate need of help, the last thing you want is to entrust your liberty to an inexperienced bondsman who doesn’t know the industry. We have served the city of Corona for over 45 years, and have developed a critical set of skills that only come through experience.

By making the bail process simple, we take the stress out of your life. We arrive at the holding facility with our paperwork complete, and the bail money in-hand. We get the county holding officials to process your paperwork quickly and get you out in minimal time. We can even travel to your home to get your signature and the bail bond fee. We also have the means to process payments by fax or phone when the loan guarantor is not local.

In addition to posting bail for you, we can also help you post bail on your own, and help you request that the court return your bail once your case is over. If you need the help of an attorney or private investigator while trying to prove your case, we can help you find one. Over the years, we have acquired many resources for helping you get your freedom back.

Paying for Your Bail Bond

The fee for a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount. The state determines this amount so that no bondsman can charge you more or less. The state allows a bondsman to reduce that fee to 8% if you meet any of the following criteria:

-The arrested party has retained a criminal defense attorney.

-A party to the transaction is a member of a workers’ union.

-A party to the transaction is a member of the United States Military.

If the bail bond fee is too high, we do offer flexible financing and payment plans. In the cases we may require collateral; we typically accept anything with sufficient resale value, if the borrower owns it outright. We offer these options because we don’t want money to be an obstacle to your freedom. We know how valuable your time is, and we want you to make the most of it.

Corona Courthouse Information

Criminal Division
Superior Court of California
County of Riverside
4100 Main St.
Riverside, CA  92501

Phone: 951-777-3147

Monday – Friday
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Learn more about the Corona Court

Directions to the Corona Court


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Corona Jail Information

Robert Pressley Detention Center

4000 Orange St
Riverside CA 92501

951-955-4500 (General Information)
951-341-8888 (Inmate information/visitation)

Learn More about the Robert Pressley Detention Center

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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.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Herbert Bail Bonds at: (760)493-4161.



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Corona Police Department

The Corona Police Department has staffs over 220 dedicated employees, including sworn officers and civilians.

Contact the Corona Police Department

Dispatch (Non-Emergency):

951-736-2330 Opt. 3

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Get Out of Jail and Back to Life

Herbert Bail Bonds remains dedicated to providing excellent bail services for everyone who calls on us for help. When you or your loved one are in custody, we understand your urgency. You can count on us to provide you with the same personal attention we would give to our own family. Expect us to use our connections, knowledge, and experience to secure your release any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All it takes is a single phone call.