Getting Arrested Really Is Not Too Bad

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That may be what you need to tell yourself, or your loved one who was arrested. Spirits are going to be way down and this time will be one of the hardest to fix. It is going to be difficult to sugarcoat this, but do what you can to support them and help them through this. If you think rock bottom exists, this is definitely it.

Remind your loved one that they can, and should, bail out of jail. Calm them down before they are thrown into shock when they hear their bail amount, let them know that bail bonds cost 10% of the full bail amount, and there is a customized payment plan that comes with the bail bond.

Remind your loved one that by posting bail, they can return home to live and be with family. They can go back to work and earn paychecks. They can enjoy the company of their best friends. This familiarity and comfort is incredibly valuable and they will appreciate all of these entities a million times more than they did before.

Remind your loved one that others have been in their situation before, even celebrities. They have gone through the steps, faced the consequences, made amends, and worked hard to fix their name and reputation, and they have succeeded at that. They have put this behind them, they are successful at work and have beautiful, happy families.

Your loved one’s situation will be hard at times, and harder at other times. No matter what, you, other friends and family members, and Brea Bail Bond Store are going to be with them every step of the way rooting for them.

Get a free consultation from Brea Bail Bond Store by calling us at 714-648-0586 or by Chatting With Us online.

Who Benefits from Bail Bonds?

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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 Brea 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 714-648-0586. We will not let you down.

What Happens When You Do Not Post Bail?

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Spending an unknown amount of time in jail. Being away from family and friends. Being out of a job and a steady income. Sleeping in uncomfortable beds in an unwelcoming jail cell with unfriendly inmates.

This is your loved one’s life when they cannot post bail, quite a stark contrast to the comfortable life they had before they were arrested. In fact, it is huge contrast to the comfortable life they can have again if they post bail.

We understand that paying for bail is not the easiest thing to do alone. That is why we here at Brea Bail Bond Store pledge to provide you with a bail bond and an acceptable payment plan to go along with it. When you use Brea Bail Bond Store, you pay 90% less than what you would be paying for a cash bail.

Lay out your concerns and get your questions answered with Brea Bail Bond Store. We will bring your loved ones home where they are safe and comfortable. Speak with us online, or on the phone at 714-648-0586.

What Is the Role of a Bail Bondsman?

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If you are seeking a way to help bail your loved one out of jail after he or she has been arrested, you are likely going to run into the suggestion of hiring a bail bondsman. Before making any decisions, you should know their role and how they can help. After all, if you are going to hire them for their services, you would like a guarantee that you are going to get the results you want.

A licensed bail bondsman works for a professional bail bond company, like Brea Bail Bond Store in California. He or she will be assigned to your case to help you bail your loved one out of jail. He or she will work with you to make sure you can afford to pay for a bail bond. You will need to pay a fee, called the premium, and that fee is 10% of the defendant’s bail amount. This is paid off over an extended period of time, which your bail agent will schedule with you according to your financial needs.

All of the paperwork is taken care of first; the physical exchange of money happens later. As soon as you and your bail agent finalize the paperwork, which can be done over the phone, it will be transferred to the jail to be processed. After that, your loved one can be released from jail.

Your bail agent will see that payments are met on time, that the defendant is showing up for court as ordered, and that he or she is staying out of trouble. If the defendant misses court, the bail agent will be alerted. He or she will come after the defendant since they are responsible for the defendant, as is the co-signer of the bail bond.

All in all, your bail bondsman is here to bail your loved one out of jail, and be your go-to person for the situation to make sure you know what is going on at all times.

This is a basic description of what your bail agent will do, but they can get into further details if you talk to them. Simply contact Brea Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586 or online.

3 Laws You Probably Have Broken Without Realizing It

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Have you sung happy birthday recently, or went on the Internet while at Starbucks? Well, if you have, you broke the law! Really! There are quite a few laws out there that you, and millions of others (including cops), have probably broken, but didn’t realize it.

  • Singing Happy Birthday in public could quickly turn any happy birthday into a sad one. The song is actually copyrighted. Just because it’s almost absurd NOT to sing the song during the party doesn’t mean the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers won’t file a suit. They actually threatened to sue the Girl Scouts of America.
  • Connecting to public WiFi networks, or wifi squatting, is against the law, even if it doesn’t ask for a password. Most people don’t consider this, especially if they only need the Internet for a short moment.
  • Providing a false name online for emails or username accounts makes people think they are protecting their own privacy. But, this act is illegal and can relate to fraud. Even using Twitter under a different name can mean you are contributing to illegal activity.

If it helps, you’re not the only person to have broken these laws without realizing it. The majority of people will be in the same boat as you too! It’s highly unlikely you will be approached by the police for these “crimes” – unless something more serious stems from the case – but it is good to more be aware of this. (Who would have thought singing happy birthday is illegal!)

If for any reason you or another person you know is in jail, for any reason, please contact your rep at Brea Bail Bond Store online or on the phone at 714-648-0586. We’ll get you a bail bond to get you out of jail asap!

Bail Prices Range For Infractions, Misdemeanors, and Felonies

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As you know, bail prices will be based on the crime that took place. Crimes are categorized into one of three: infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies (felonies being the most serious crimes). Fines and bail for infractions and misdemeanors will generally be less than that of felonies; here are some relatively common bail prices for some crimes that fall into these two categories:

  • Misuse of 9-1-1 dialing: $50, increasing with each offense
  • Carrying a loaded firearm in public: $10,000
  • Selling or using a device that obscures visibility of a license plate: $250
  • Driving with a suspended or revoked license: $1,000
  • Reckless driving: $5,000
  • Hunting during unlawful hunting hours: $200
  • Take or possess fully protected mammals: $5,000

There are all kinds of rules and regulations and laws that can be broken and rest assured that there will be consequences – financial and possibly jail time too.

If you’re in need of a bail bond to help cut the costs so you don’t have to pay the full bail price, get in touch with California’s Brea Bail Bond Store by calling 714-648-0586 or chatting with a representative online today!

Understanding Background Checks

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Whenever you apply for a job, a loan, a new home, even a gun, you’re probably going to undergo a background check. You may not give this too much thought, especially if you have a squeaky clean record, but it still might be good to know anyway, what shows up on a background check, and what doesn’t.

  • Felonies and misdemeanor arrests and convictions appear on criminal background checks.
  • Any convictions more than 7 years old will not appear.
  • Any arrests and convictions as a juvenile should not show, as those lines are sealed upon turning 18.
  • Convictions where a pardon was granted will not appear.

Having points on your criminal record should not be the deciding factor as to whether or not you get a loan or a job; plenty of people with criminal histories find great employment and homes. Don’t let your criminal background, if you have one, bring you down.

Brea Bail Bond Store can help you begin the “recovery” process of your criminal activity – if you or a loved one has been arrested, Brea Bail Bond Store can help post bail with a bail bond and a low monthly rate payment plan. This gets you out of jail and back home so you can start re-focusing your life properly. Take this situation responsibly and maturely and you will get through it right.

Contact Brea Bail Bond Store now by calling 714-648-0586 or chatting online with us.

Brea Bail Bond Store Strives To Make Bail Easy And Affordable

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Brea Bail Bond Store has grown to become one of the most trusted bail bonds companies in California over the years. For a company to be around for 28 years like us, they must be doing something right.

At Brea Bail Bond Store, not only do we strive to make bailing a loved one out of jail easy, we also make it affordable. Bail can be very expensive and most people don’t have the money it takes to bail a loved one out. That’s where Brea Bail Bond Store can help. We make paying for a bail bond easy on our clients. We work with you to set up customized payment plans so you do not need to pay the entire amount of the bail at once.

Our bail agents at Brea Bail Bond Store are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are ready to offer their help whenever they may be needed. We know that someone could need bail at any time of the day, or night. We make sure our bail agents are always available to provide you with the best bail bonds service available. We do our best to get your friend or family member out of jail as quickly as possible.

Bail help is only a phone call away at Brea Bail Bond Store, call 714-648-0586 now.

Our bondsmen at Brea Bail Bond Store will always be respectful and courteous as they work with you. They will be more than glad to help you get all the necessary information to bail your friend or family member out of jail. We won’t try to take advantage of you during your difficult time. We’ll take care of you and help guide you through the process of bailing a loved one out of jail.

Brea Bail Bond Store has been bailing Californians out of jail since 1987. We have more experience helping people during hard times than any other bail bonds company in California. We make sure to take care of our clients. We make bailing a friend or family member out of jail quick and easy.

Call Brea Bail Bond Store now at 714-648-0586 to see just how good we are.

More Women Are Arrested For A DUI Than Men, Here’s Why…

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Last year, the California Department of Motor Vehicles conducted a study that showed a very interesting trend: more women are being arrested in Los Angeles and California as a whole for drinking and driving, particularly those in the 21-35 and 51+ age group. For men, DUI-related arrests have decreased. This trend is the same in other states like Missouri and New York.

Though there is no definitive reason behind this trend, there are a few possibilities:

1. California is cracking down on people who are driving under the influence, and more women are mixing drugs with their alcohol. They may not be drunk, but they are intoxicated.

2. More women are working today than years before, meaning more women are independent, are earning their own living, can drive cars, and delay building a family so they can launch a career. They also go out and socialize with friends and enjoy a drink or two.

If you are arrested for a DUI in California, you can face jail time and a fine. Additionally, if you wish to bail out of jail until court, your bail would be set somewhere between $5,000 and $15,000, or even more, if the crime was very significant.

Brea Bail Bond Store can help you pay bail with a bail bond. Instead of you paying the full bail amount to the court, you would pay Brea Bail Bond Store 10% of the bail, and Brea Bail Bond Store will take care of the rest. To ensure all goes smoothly and to prevent you from paying any more, you are required to appear in court when you are asked to. Otherwise, you will have to pay the rest of the bail.

Do not hesitate to call, consultations with Brea Bail Bond Store is always FREE, so call now at 714-648-0586.

Your Arrest Can Result In A Life-long Consequence

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Even if no charges were filed against you, you didn’t have to stand trial, and didn’t have to serve time in prison, an arrest can still lead to life-long consequences. This arrest remains on your record. In the instance that you were genuinely 100% innocent and in no-way involved in the crime, this record of your arrest does not disappear so quickly sometimes.

Your employer or potential employer, landlord, bank, college admission personnel, and more can see your arrest when they request your criminal history. This can be the reason you are not hired, looked over as a renter, denied a loan, or rejected from college. Of course, in the cases of mistaken arrests, these people are likely to be more understanding of this mistake. But for those who were charged and given time, the arrest on your record will be a bigger red flag.

Don’t believe that getting arrested then released with no charges filed against you means you are in the clear. There may still be some bumps in the road for you.

And for those who need to bail out of jail, we can help you do that.

Our team at Brea Bail Bond Store is by the phone 24/7; our number is 714-648-0586 so call us when you need to!

Can Paying For Bail With A Credit Card Hurt My Credit Score?

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Paying for bail using a credit card can be tricky. Your credit line may not even be high enough to charge the full bail amount. If it is, will you be able to pay it off in time so that it doesn’t hurt your credit score?

This is where approaching a bail agency like Brea Bail Bond Store will help. By doing so, you avoid paying the full bail amount and need to only pay for 10% of it. Plus, Brea Bail Bond Store creates a payment plan for you so that you can pay this 10% over a given amount of time rather than at once. This will make it easier and more affordable on you if you want or need to pay with a credit card. There is more lax room in your credit line and you have more time to pay the charges off so as to not harm your good credit score.

For more questions on bail, bail bonds, and how we can financially help you so you are comfortable, do not hesitate to call us at 714-648-0586. Our lines are open 24/7 so even if you need us at 3 AM, we will be right here.

Consultations are always FREE, so call Brea Bail Bond Store now at 714-648-0586.

Think You Have a Warrant, Call Brea Bail Bond Store

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If you ever have a feeling that there may be a warrant out for your arrest, you can call Brea Bail Bond Store for help. We do not just bail people out of jail, we can also provide warrant checks for people who call in. We can help you find out if you have a warrant and if you do, we can help you get out of jail quickly.

When you have a warrant for your arrest, we can get a bail bond set up and ready for when you turn yourself in. This way you only have to go to jail to get booked, once the jail finishes that, you can go. We can help you keep you jail time as short as possible if we find out that you have a warrant with Brea Bail Bond Store.

Brea Bail Bond Store can make bail quick, easy and affordable for all of our clients. We can have you bailed out of jail in as little as two hours depending on the county. Our bail agents can walk you through the bail bonds process and answer any bail questions you might have. On top of that we can work with you to create a personalized payment plan.

Call Brea Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586 and find out if you have a warrant out for your arrest.

We can work with you to come up with an affordable payment plan at Brea Bail Bond Store. We want you to be able to afford your bail so we work with you to create low monthly payments that fit your budget. We also offer 0% interest bail bonds and most time we only need a co-signer’s signature as collateral.

If you fear that you may have a warrant out for your arrest, you do not have to panic. Brea Bail Bond Store has been helping California with bail bonds since 1987. We are one of the most experienced bail bonds companies in California and know how to make bail easier for all of our clients.

Call Brea Bail Bond Store right now at 714-648-0586.