San Bernardino County
Whether its San Bernardino County or Beverly Hills from Canyon Country to Huntington Beach. Iron Bail Bonds is there. Don’t worry about the time of night or day a bail bonds agent is just a click or phone call away. Don’t wait, get them out of custody now!
With more than 100 available licensed bail agents throughout California and San Bernardino County, we have one of the largest network of bail agents in the United States, staffed by responsible and experienced professionals trained to help get you out and get you through the bail process.
For several years, we have been the most reliable name in the bail bond services industry throughout Los Angeles and San Bernardino County area. We have put forth unparalleled service to work for our satisfied customers.
We are committed to providing the highest level of customer service. We believe in the right to bail and our mission is to help you get out of jail, or to help you get your loved ones out of jail, in the shortest time possible. We will guide you through the process during this difficult time and be there for you the entire way. We will assist you in keeping track of court appointments and other commitments.
Call us now at (800) 590-7321 for your free consultation! And we will get you in touch with a San Bernardino County Bail bonds agent ASAP.
Flexible Payment Options:
We provide flexible, interest-free payment plans upon qualification. We tailor every option to best fit each situation and to meet the economic needs of our customers. Ultimately, we focus on creating an affordable, prudent solution for you whether you specifically need bail or are helping someone else secure bail. Remember, nobody has lower prices than Iron Bail Bonds in the San Bernardino County and Los Angeles area.
All insurers who work with bail service providers are required to file their premium rates with the Department of Insurance. Iron Bail Bonds is authorized to offer an 8% rate in addition to the standard 10%. Nobody has lower prices than us. We charge the following affordable rates:
Discounted 8% Qualified Premium Rate
Nobody has lower prices than Iron Bail Bonds in San Bernardino County or anywhere else. We are happy to offer the 8% premium rate to customers who meet the following qualifications:
- Retained Private Defense Counsel – A letter from the attorney retained or a copy of the contract between attorney and client must be received by Iron Bail Bonds within thirty (30) days of the bail bond execution date.
- Union Members – The defendant or co-signer must be currently enrolled in a union or receiving disability or retirement benefits from a union and must provide proof within thirty (30) days of the bail bond execution date. Proof may include 1) a current union card which displays a future expiration date, 2) a union card combined with a recent pay stub or 3) proof of payment of current union dues (not health care cards). If union proof documents are questionable, a current letter from the union stating that the member is in good standing will be required. Recent pay stubs, letters from unions and other proofs reflecting past dates must be dated no more than thirty (30) days from the date of bail bond execution and must show that the customer is in good standing with the organization.
- Active or Honorably Discharged Veteran Members of the U.S. Military and Their Immediate Family Members – Defendants and/or co-signers who are members of the military must provide proof of military service within thirty (30) days of the bail bond execution date. If the customer is an immediate family member of military personnel and does not possess his/her own military ID and/or other proof, a signed declaration from the member of the military along with verification of the member’s ID or other proof of service must be received within thirty (30) days of the bail bond execution date. Immediate family is defined as a legal parent, spouse, child or adopted foster child, sibling or half-sibling. Proof of military service may include a copy of Form DD 214 or recent Leave & Earnings statement not dated more than thirty (30) days from the date of bail bond execution.
After an arrest, the court sets a bail amount (the dollar amount varies based on the charges and other contributing factors). This is the court’s way of making sure that a defendant appears at their scheduled court date, or dates once released from jail.
The first thing to do is contact us so we can put our expertise and experience to work for you immediately. We will need basic information such as the defendant’s name and the name of the jail or city where the defendant is located. We then work with you and the jail to secure the release of the defendant by delivering a bail bond to the court in the full amount of the bail set by the court, to secure you or your loved one’s release. Depending on the circumstances, collateral or a co-signer may be required.
Our process is fast, professional and effective. That is why more people turn to Iron Bail Bonds than any other bail service provider in San Bernardino County or the nation.