Anaheim Bail Bond Store is one of California’s most successful and sincere bail bond companies. It’s no wonder why, after 27 years, the company continues to please client after client. While, yes it is unfortunate to bring in so many clients upset with this sudden situation they landed in, they all find confidence after speaking with us, and they all leave our offices pleased when the work here is done.
“Thank you for all the help during a very stressful time. Everyone was very professional and helpful.” – Karina S. from Simi Valley.
“They were there bright and early taking care of business… I am very impressed and very pleased with Anaheim Bail Bond Store.” – Bobby T. from Palmdale.
“It has been absolute awesome and the bondsman was totally kind, respectful and pleasant to work with.” – Brent J. from Long Beach.
“I called several bail bond offices and Alexa was the only one that took the call as if I was the only customer. She truly took her time to explain everything to me.” – Karen B. from Burbank.
“My experience with Anaheim Bail Bond Store was perfect. I never thought this type of company still exists. They are really sincere.” – Alex C. from Santa Barbara
We are committed to each and every one of our clients, providing personal and professional service; we will not let you down. We are truly very happy to see the smiles on our clients faces when they see the successful outcome of our work. Give us a shot by calling us toll free at 714-648-0586.
Standing before a judge, a jury, your lawyer, prosecutors, and other witnesses and government officials is perhaps one of the most frightening situations to be in – these are the people who will decide your fate and future. The best way to prepare yourself is to understand and follow proper court etiquette so the room will take you seriously. Be mindful that improper etiquette and disruptions can result in the judge ordering your removal from the court and delaying your hearing – not a good sign at all. Here are some things to consider:
- Weapons and drugs are prohibited.
- Remove sunglasses, hats, and hoods in court. Dress professionally and neatly.
- Do not chew gum.
- Avoid using “um.”
- Stand up straight and speak clearly.
- Be early – being late can render your bail null.
- When asked a yes or no question, say “yes” or “no.” Do not simply shake your head. Answer only what you are asked.
- Turn electronic devices off. They are not to be used in the courtroom.
- Pay attention to any and all instruction given too you.
- Use Sir, Ma’am, Mr., Ms., Mrs., and Your Honor. Nothing like, “hey, you” that is very informal and somewhat rude.
Following these rules will help you get through the process quicker, even though it will seem like it takes forever. Proper court etiquette could prove very well for you. You will be taken seriously and you will see a proper, fair result. Don’t give others a reason to believe you are a bad person.
Our lines are open 24/7 for immediate service and assistance 714-648-0586.