Temecula Bail Bonds, CA: We Come to You
Get your loved one out of jail, fast! Barbarian Bail Bonds is Temecula’s top-rated bail bonds service with a twist: we come to you. Our aim is to be the best, most affordable (some would say cheap) bail bonds service for Temecula and all of Riverside County.
- We’re affordable. We understand that getting someone out of jail is expensive, but we have financing options and other ways to make the process more affordable than ever.
- We’re friendly. How to get someone out of jail is not obvious to the inexperienced. We explain how the bail bonds process works.
- We come to you. You can visit our office, call us, and we’ll come to your residence to make the process as easy, quick, and painless as possible.
- Click or call us at 951-395-9370 for free Bail Information.
- 27780 Jefferson Ave #B Temecula, CA 92590
In all of Riverside County we’re the talk of the town. We’ve changed the bail bonds process, and grown to be “the” place to call when the unforeseen happens. Someone you know and care about lands in jail.
Facts about Temecula, California: the Jail and Bail Bonds Process
The Temecula Police Department is located at 30755-A Auld Road, Murrieta, CA 92563. Call our Temecula bail bonds hotline 951-395-9370 we will take care of the bail bond posting. A bond cannot be posted here.
The Temecula Police Department will not hold you for any amount of time, there is no chance on being bailed out of here. Your bad boy or bad girl will be transferred to the Southwest Detention Center. For processing and where the charges and Temecula bail bonds amounts will be determined. Your bad boy or bad girl will remain in custody here until he/she goes to court. You can also view the Temecula jail website online.
The Southwest Detention Center is located at 30755-B Auld Road Murrieta, CA 92563. Call our Temecula bail bonds hotline 951-395-9370.
How the Bail Bonds Process Works
If your bad boy or bad girl has been arrested and taken to jail, call a licensed agent from our Temecula bail bonds hotline. To assist with processing the bail bond. Agents from our Temecula bail bonds hotline will provide you with your bad boy or bad girl’s booking number, charges, court dates, and the location of your friend or family member.
All bail amounts have already been set by a group of Judges. Who meet once a year to set the bail schedules to the charges that will be filed by Law Enforcement.
It’s important to understand that after a bail bond has been posted the booking process can take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours if you are in a city jail. And 4 to 8 hours or longer to complete if you are in a county jail. All depending on how busy the jail is at that time.
During this time, we can work on completing the paperwork and any other details with you to expedite the process.
Your bad boy or bad girl’s booking process will generally include photographs, fingerprints, and background checks. This process can take anywhere from 4 to 8 hours or more to complete depending on your bad boy or bad girl’s specific case. Once this process has been completed, your bad boy or bad girl will be cleared, and ready to be bailed out from jail.
Click or Call us at 951-395-9370
27780 Jefferson Ave #B Temecula, CA 92590
Fun Facts about Temecula, California
Since its early beginning, the Temecula Valley has always been a place where the combination of mild climate and beautiful rolling hills have attracted human settlement. The name Temecula comes from the Luiseño Indian word “Temecunga” – “temet” meaning “sun” and “-ngna” which means “place of”. The Spanish interpreted and spelled the word as “Temecula”.
Over the years, the meaning of “Temecula” has been translated into several different versions of this interpretation, including the most popular, which is “Where the sun breaks through the mist”. The hillsides were the home of the Temecula Indians, the first residents of the area. Ancestors of the Temecula Indians were in this area as early as 900 A.D. The native people from here to the coast who shared the same language and culture became commonly known as the Luiseños, because many of their villages were once under the influence of Mission San Luis Rey.