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It’s Never Too Late To Turn Your Life Around

Even for those who have had multiple brushes with the law throughout their lifetime, it’s never too late to get life turned around. We can never give up hope on helping those who can’t seem to stay away from trouble because then they will give up hope on themselves. It doesn’t matter if that person […]

What Some Officers Don’t Tell You About Bail And Your Rights

You are innocent until proven guilty You can hire legal counsel You can refrain from questioning until your lawyer shows up You are entitled to a fair and speedy trial You have the right to know the charges against you You are allowed to make a call after being arrested You have the right to […]

You Could Get Ticketed Just For Crossing Some Los Angeles Streets

Perhaps you’ve heard the recent born-again debate about crazy jaywalking tickets distributed to pedestrians in Los Angeles – predominantly Downtown Los Angeles. The situation has been brought to light by a man in his early 20s who was cited $197 for dashing across an intersection when the crossing countdown still had 10 seconds on it […]

How Bail Controls Population In Jail

Even with all the prisons and jails in the United States, it’s sad to say that they are all overcrowding. And because prisons and jails cannot accommodate all offenders, many who have been sentenced for a less serious crime are released before doing their whole time. Bail can help alleviate this issue a bit. For […]

Getting Arrested Could Be The Best Thing To Happen To A Person

Sometimes getting arrested could be the best thing that has ever happened to a person. They live their life dangerously, hurting themselves and those who care about them physically, mentally, emotionally. They do not know how to stop their troubles because they think there is no use – why waste the effort of trying to […]

California Laws About Bail Bond Store

Bail bond companies cannot solicit a defendant for posting a bond. The defendant may request a review of bail. However, the bail amount is rarely readjusted after it has been set. Bail companies cannot recommend or refer attorneys to the arrested. If collateral like property and vehicles are put up for the bail bond, the […]

What Not To Do When You Are Arrested

By getting arrested, you’re already facing some trouble and consequences. But you don’t want to open the door to make these consequences any worse than what they already are. Here are some things you should not do if you are arrested: Do not mouth off to the police. Do not upset the police. Do not […]

Pros And Cons To Being A Bail Bond Co-Signer

Just as with anything else, there are pros and cons to being a co-signer to someone’s bail bond, not matter how tight of a relationship you have with them. Essentially a co-signer does is sign off on a bail bond to ensure the legibility of it, taking responsibility for the defendant. Let’s weight the pros […]

The Pros And Cons Of Cash Bonds And Bail Bond Store

The only way to get out of jail to live at home before and during your trial is to post bail. Now, there are two options for posting bail: paying in cash, or using a bail bond. Let’s explore the pros and cons of each: CASH BAIL: Pros: No third party involved with your bail. […]

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Posting Bail

When you’re getting out of jail on a bail bond, you want to make sure everything goes smoothly. You’ve hit enough bumps in your road to get where you are. Avoid these 5 mistakes and your bail bond will post immediately with no trouble: Neglecting consequences of skipping bail. You’re warned that if you don’t […]