Support Starts With You

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The best thing you can do for a loved one when they are in trouble is to help them, not abandon them. Even if you do not know exactly how you are going to help, offer your support and you will be able to figure it out one step at a time. We can tell you the first step is to help bail them out of jail. You may not agree with their actions, but jail time is not the best fit for them. They would not learn anything from you if they are in jail.

In jail, little is offered to inmates. There are very few corrective programs, classes, or counseling opportunities in jail, if any at all. Focused, individual, and/ or passionate guidance is almost nonexistent because well, it is jail. No one really wants to spend their time trying to educate inmates who are unlikely to make a big change for themselves. Advice and help is much more effective from a loving family member or friend at home. This should not be looked at as a time for punishment but instead, time spent together to develop values, relationships, and personal growth. This is personal care, and this is how you can start helping your loved one in need.

For help in posting bail with a bail bond, call Duarte Bail Bonds Store at 877-793-2245 or chat online.

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You Are Taking This Out of Proportion

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Overanalyzing and stressing about a situation is so easy. We psyche ourselves out when one thing goes wrong and we automatically begin to think the worst. This whole negative thought process is even faster and frightening when the thing that goes wrong is you getting arrested. It is pretty hard to see the light in that situation.

You worry about your family and friends and how they will handle the news and take care of themselves. You worry about all the money you lose by spending it on lawyers, fines, hospital bills, and insurance. On top of that, you are missing out on work so you are not getting a paycheck. You worry about how you will survive in jail.

Everyone before you in this situation experienced these worrying thoughts dashing through their mind. The thing is, many before you have managed to handle their situation with grace. They dealt with the hardest moments and now they have their lives back on track. They are happy and successful. Imagine yourself there. To get there, you will need to grow up and handle the situation maturely.

The first order of business is bailing out of jail. You, or someone on your behalf, can contact El Monte Bail Bond Store, California’s reliable bail bond company.

We can be reached 24/7 online and on the phone at 877-793-2245.

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Before You Book Your Special Holiday Vacation….

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As you are already planning travel arrangements for the upcoming holidays, keep in mind the scheduling of that one family member who faces some much despised, but very important, court appointments. They recently bailed out of jail and are adjusting their life around court appointments and other mandates.

A defendant can generally travel while they are out on bail, as long as they are not breaking any rules that the judge had set. For example, the judge may say that a defendant has curfew or cannot travel outside of the state, or the judge may not impose any travel restrictions at all. Whether they can travel far or not, they must appear for their court appointments, no matter what. Missing an appointment will put their bail bond in jeopardy.

Still confused a little bit on bail bonds and what your loved one can and cannot? Get a free consultation with Crenshaw Bail Bond Store and we will guide you through the process.

We can be reached 24/7 online and at 877-793-2245.

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What Juveniles Face vs. What The Adults Face

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Legally, anyone 17 or younger is considered a juvenile. When a person turns 18, they become a legal adult. A lot people enjoy this time because they feel they have more freedom, and in some respects, they do. However, in addition to the fun that comes with turning 18, there are also added responsibilities. There are big differences between juveniles and adults, especially when it comes to legal matters.

If juveniles are arrested for shoplifting or graffiti, they may have to perform community service and pay some fines, but they will not be sent to prison. They would stand before a judge who would report the consequences, then they would be released back to their parents. If an adult were to be arrested, they would face a jury who would decide whether to convict them of the crime or not. If they are convicted, they would be sent to prison.

For adults, trial may not happen for quite some time. So they have two options: wait out this time in jail, or bail out and return home. Juveniles do not have this option because they are released back to their parents.

We at Compton Bail Bond Store strongly urge adult defendants and their family and friends to bail out of jail with a bail bond. This is more affordable and flexible than cash bail and you will have a trustworthy bail agent to assist you.

For more information, please Chat With Us online or call 877-793-2245.

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Who Will Benefits from Bail Bonds?

Chinatown Bail Bond Store

Believe it or not, the defendant in jail is not the only person who benefits from posting bail with a bail bond.

  • Immediate family – They get to have their loved one back home. No more jail visits and empty seats at the dinner table.
  • Employers – The defendant can return to work and earning an income again.
  • Friends – The whole gang can reunite without worrying that the defendant is going to miss out on barbecues, or other fun outings.
  • Co-signers – Relationships between these people and the defendant can strengthen. The defendant knows these people are really banking on them to turn their life around and take this matter seriously. The defendant does not want to let them down, especially knowing they are spending money and pledging collateral in their name.

There is much to gain and little to lose when Chinatown Bail Bond Store is involved in the process to make it easier. Get a free consultation and any questions or concerns settled by speaking with a rep online or at 877-793-2245. We will not let you down.

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How Much Does Bail Cost & How Do I Post Bail?

  • What’s better; a bail agent or a bail bondsman?
    These two titles may sound different but they really mean the same thing. A bail agent is a bail bondsman and vice versa.
  • How much does a bail bond cost?
    Pricing is dependent on the amount of the bail. In California, bail bonds companies charge 10% of the bail price. If your loved one’s bail is $10,000, then it will cost $1,000 to bail him out using a bail bonds company.
  • Do you offer discounts?
    Yes. At Los Angeles Bail Bond Store we can offer a 20% discount on the price of the bail bond if a co-signer is a member of the military, AARP, is a homeowner, or if the client has a private attorney. With this discount, instead of paying $1,000 for the same bond, you only have to pay $800.
  • What is a co-signer?
    A co-signer is anyone who is willing to sign for your loved one’s release. The signer is promising that all the money will be paid and that their loved one will go to all of their court dates. A co-signer takes responsibility for their loved one.
  • How do I make payments?
    We accept a number of different payment methods at Los Angeles Bail Bond Store. We accept cash, checks and most major credit cards. We also have the ability to accept payments online, over the phone, or in person at an office.
  • How much do I have to pay?
    Again, cost depends on the price of the bail itself. Initially you need to pay 10% of the bail. Depending on your information, we may be able to offer discounts.
  • With interest, how much do I have to pay?
    At Los Angeles Bail Bond Store we do not charge interest, you only have to pay the 10%.
  • How much do I have to put up front?
    Again, pricing varies from case to case and depends vastly on the people who are co-signing the bail bond.
  • How long does it take for my loved one to be released?
    After the initial payment has been received, your loved one can be out in as little as two hours. However, the time varies from county to county. Time can vary anywhere from 2 hours to several, depending on the current workload of the jail.
  • Can you see if I have a warrant?
    Yes, we can. If you think there might be a warrant out for your arrest, just call Los Angeles Bail Bond Store and we will see if you do indeed have a warrant.
  • Who can bail out my friend?
    Anyone who cares about your friend can bail him or her out of jail. You do not have to be related to someone to bail him or her out of jail.
  • Can you bail my friend in Nevada out of jail?
    No. At Los Angeles Bail Bond Store we are only licensed to bail people out of jail in California. If you want to bail someone out of jail in a state other than California, you will need to contact a bail agent in that state.
  • Do you do immigration bonds?
    No. There are companies that specialize in those kinds of bonds.
  • What happens if I do not bail out my friend or family member?
    Your loved one stays in jail until he is either found innocent and released or found guilty and sentenced. Until then your loved one has to go to all court appearances in an orange jumpsuit which does not look good to the court.
  • If I cannot bail somebody out immediately, up to how many days do I have to be able to bail them out of jail?
    There is no time limit to bailing a friend or family member out of jail. Your loved one can be bailed out of jail until he or she has been sentenced.
  • Do I need to give collateral?
    Most bonds at Los Angeles Bail Bond Store do not need collateral. We use your signature as collateral in most cases. However, for larger bails, starting around $100,000, you may need to put down something as collateral. This varies from case to case and depends greatly on the co-signers.
  • What happens if I miss a payment?
    If you happen to miss a payment, it is not a huge deal. If you know in advance that you are going to be late on a payment, let us know. We know that life can be difficult at times and that things that were certain a few months ago, might have changed. If your budget has changed, we can work with you on payment and even readjust your payment plan to fit your budget better.
  • Can you tell me what my friend or family member was arrested for?
    Yes, we can. Just give us your friend or family member’s name, birthday, and the county where he or she was arrested. We use that information to find your loved one in the county system and to answer any of your questions.
    Do I have to wait to finish making my final payment before I can be bailed out again?
    No. We can even adjust the payments on your first bail bond to make it easier on you to pay for both of them.
  • If I get approved, how much time do I have to make the first payment?
    It depends on your individual situation. We customize our payment plans to work with your budget and situation. We can even get you a 0 down bail bonds payment plan based on your situation.
  • Will I receive a statement every month?
    Yes.
  • What is collateral?
    Collateral is something of equal value to the bail bond that the co-signer puts up to cover the bond. If the client fails to pay for the bail bond, then the company takes whatever was put up as collateral.
  • Can I use a payment plan to pay for the bail bond?
    Yes. We create payment plans for all of our clients to help make paying for the bail bond easier. We will work with you to create a customized payment plan that fits into your personal budget. The payments will break up the large cost of the bail bond into smaller, more manageable monthly payments.

Chat With Us online, or call 877-793-2245. We will not let you down.

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Keep In Mind You Can Use Tax Returns For Bail

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As you’re filing your taxes for 2015, you’re probably groaning because it’s just a reminder of all the money the government takes from you. Perhaps you could have gone on a mini vacation. You could have invested it or put it into a savings account. You could have purchased a nice gift for someone. But there may be something you’re forgetting – perhaps you’re going to receive a tax refund!

Your tax refund is money you will get back from the government. With this money, now maybe you can afford that gift, catch up on bills, or even get ahead on a bail bond payment.

Talk with your Fontana Bail Bond Store bail agent and let them know they can expect another bail bond payment from you. You’ll need to wait until your refund clears 100% during the transfer to you before you can give it to your bail bond agent. But, you shouldn’t have a problem!

If you just recently found out you will need to pay for bail, keep this in mind, you can use your tax return to pay for bail. Contact us to get a free consultation to get an idea of how much to pay and when, and what to expect during the process. Fontana Bail Bond Store will not let you down!

Consultations are always free so please give us a call at 800-793-2245 today for more information.

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Call Needles Bail Bond Store At Any Time Of The Day, and We Will Answer

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It’s so great having those few friends and family members who you can rely on and trust the most. You know they’ll answer your calls at 2 PM or 2 AM, it doesn’t matter what time it is. Whether it’s to crack some laughs or you’re in need of their immediate help and secrecy, they’ll be there to answer you and come help you if necessary.

Needles Bail Bond Store is just like that – there to answer your calls any time of the day. People are arrested at all hours – it’s not like the whole police department will shut down from 8 PM to 8 AM like businesses do. No, the police work around the clock. People are arrested around the clock. Needles Bail Bond Store bails people out of jail around the clock. You can rely on an agent from Needles Bail Bond Store to help you get yourself or a loved one out of jail 24 hours a day.

Bringing loved ones back together is what we do here at Needles Bail Bond Store. We are very passionate and hardworking, licensed bail agents who take each client and each case seriously. We want to get your loved one out of jail just as much as you do.

To learn more about Needles Bail Bond Store contact us today! We will not let you down!

Consultations are always free so please give us a call at 800-793-2245 immediately for more information.

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Filing A Complaint On A Police Officer That Is Violating Your Rights

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While the police protect the public and promote peace and safety in the streets, their authority still has limitations. The people still have rights. The people must abide by the law, but so must the police. And they cannot, in any circumstance, abuse their power over the people.

If you feel like your rights have been violated, you can file a claim. It is not advisable to resist officers in public. Instead, write down everything you remember of the incident. Include the officer’s name, badge, vehicle number, and precinct if you can. Ask witnesses to verify your claims and back you up, and get their contact information as well. If you have injuries, take photos and get medical attention. With this information, you can approach the internal affairs division. They will review your claim and open a case internally to investigate.

If you get arrested, make sure to exercise your Miranda Rights – remain silent and get a lawyer. If you end up needing a bail bonds agent, contact an Montclair Bail Bond Store bail agent, and we’ll get you out of jail as soon as possible so that you can sort this whole situation out.

Contact Montclair Bail Bond Store today!

Consultations are always free so please give us a call at 800-793-2245 right now for more information.

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How Bail Is Determined

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In the justice system, there is a “bail schedule” that outlines the bail price for each crime. This is the overarching book that the judge must follow, but he or she may also adjust the price as they see fit. For example, if this is a fourth offense, the judge may hike the bail a little. Bail schedules are pretty standard throughout the state of California, but may vary in certain areas by county or city. Bail schedules are reviewed annually for any changes necessary.

Felonies will have higher bail prices than misdemeanors since they are much more severe and serious crimes. Some felonies may not offer bail at all. Bail for murder can be one million or no bail at all. Voluntary manslaughter can be one hundred thousand while involuntary manslaughter can be twenty five thousand. Possession of a loaded firearm is twenty thousand. Hunting without a license can be a one hundred bail. Cheating in gambling is a two thousand dollar bail.

Once the judge sets bail, it is very unlikely he or she will lower it. The defendant may request the bail be reviewed, but in all likelihood, the judge will not change it. So, in order to help pay for bail, getting an agent from Riverside County Bail Bond Store would be the thing to do. With the agent’s help, only 10-15% of the full bail price would need to be paid, and it is paid over set period of time, rather than one full payment upfront.

To learn more about the bail bonds process and Riverside County Bail Bond Store contact us today. We’re available 24/7 and alawys ready to answer all of your questions.

Consultations are always free so please give us a call at 800-793-2245 today for more information.

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