- 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 post bail
- You are entitled to have your property and valuables returned to you upon release from jail
In stressful times, it’s easy to forget your rights if you are arrested. Sometimes, you may not even know of all your rights because the police may not explicitly tell them all to you, unless you ask.
For us at Yorba Linda Bail Bond Store, it is a part of our goal to protect and uphold these rights for you. Chat with us if you have any questions, concerns, or need bail help. You can start an online chat with one of our representatives, or you can call us at 714-648-0586. We’re available 24/7!
If you want the best bail bonds service available in California, call Yorba Linda Bail Bond Store now at 714-648-0586.
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 turn their life around when they know things will just crumble again? The men and women who care about them don’t know what more they can do before exhausting themselves.
At some point, this person is arrested. Once at least and maybe twice or more. And for many, this is the point where they truly get a wake up call. Their future is laid out on the table in front of them: continue this no-good lifestyle and land in prison for the rest of your life or worse, end up dead too soon.
They bail out of jail with the help of a bail bond company and they begin to refocus and improve their life. This time they have the will power and the man power, including professional help. They know the worst of the worst and they see this as their opportunity to speak to others who are or were like them, share their crippling story, and their success since then. By encouraging and inspiring others to stay away from trouble, they are encouraging and inspiring themselves.
This is how getting arrested could be the best thing that has ever happened to a person. Their arrest is reality dangling them over a cliff like they only have this one chance to change.
If you are ever arrested, or know someone who is, and need help in bailing out of jail, contact Anaheim Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586now.
We will be a part of you or your loved one’s man power to redirect life towards a healthier and safer future.
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 people who are arrested and have little or no criminal history, they can likely bail out of jail. This means they can go home instead of being crowded up in the jail with the hundreds of others who are there. This opportunity to bail out of jail is so much more desirable than sitting in jail for days, no matter the cost of bail.
If the arrested can pay their own bail, great. If not, there is still hope! That hope is contacting a bail bond agency like Orange County Bail Bond Store. Rather than paying the court the full bail amount, they will pay 10% of that to the bail agency. Some terms and conditions to this may include the need to have a co-signer to the bail bond and putting up collateral.
To you, it may not seem like bail makes a huge difference in the prison and jail systems. But it certainly does and we encourage you to help a loved one bail out if you’re ever in that position! Orange County Bail Bond Store will be happy to help.
Don’t waste your time with other bail agencies, call Orange County Bail Bond Store for real help at 714-648-0586.
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 – plenty of time for him to catch the bus on the other side of the street so he can get to school. Instead, he missed the bus when a police officer stopped him and issued the ticket.
Recent studies have shown that with the population growth and revitalization of Downtown Los Angeles, 4 times as many similar tickets have been given out as other Los Angeles neighborhoods. This has sparked many to urge the city and the law enforcement to change this silly law and keep up with modern times.
But, until that change happens, we encourage all you Angelenos to take precaution when you see the flashing red hand with a countdown and are considering stepping off the curb – even if you have more than enough time to safely make it across the intersection without running. The fact of the matter is that legally, once the walking signal changes to the flashing red hand, you are not supposed to cross. You can get cited for this infraction (crazy, we know!) and it will not be cheap, considering that this is such a harmless infraction.
Do not hesitate to call, consultations with a Orange County Bail Bond Store agent is FREE, so call now at 714-648-0586.
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 try and flee the police.
- Do not resist arrest.
- Do not incriminate yourself. Do not answer any questions unless your lawyer is present.
- Do not let the police search your home unless they have a warrant.
- Do not lie.
Even though the police have authority and are intimidating, they cannot step on your rights. Don’t cause any more trouble than the damage that has already been done. Just await instruction from your lawyer and the judge.
Contact Newport Beach Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586 for bail bond help.
Newport Beach Bail Bond Store gets you out as fast as possible. Every person is innocent until proven guilty so you deserve the chance to prove your innocence. That is most effective when you have bailed out of jail and have the time and space to properly prepare your defense.
- 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 owner must sign a statement acknowledging that he or she understands that this property may be lost to them if the defendant skips bail and court.
- Bail companies may not offer gifts to law enforcers or public officials as bribery.
There are more laws that surround the California justice system, and not all bail bond laws are the exact same across all states.
You can learn more about California bail bond laws and procedures by contacting Satna Ana Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586.
Satna Ana Bail Bond Store is a 28-year-old family-run bail bond company that serves all of California and is one of the most successful and popular companies. Contact us today if you have questions, concerns, or need to bail a loved one out of jail!
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 is a youth, a young adult, or a middle-aged man. What matters is that there are people who are optimistic and realistic and always willing to do what they can, even if it takes a long time and draws frustration.
We at Orange County Bail Bond Store have seen so many people in and out of jail. Each person has had a different story to tell. They’re all at different stages in life. Some have been repeat law offenders while others had just a one-time slip. This is our version of a diverse melting pot.
And through all these cases, we have seen each arrested person regret their negative actions and yearn for self-improvement. We’ve seen them create success stories because of the undying support from loved ones, including the Orange County Bail Bond Store team.
That being said, we can assure you that we are also on your side, supporting you in your uphill climb, no matter how deep your hole has been dug. We can help bail you out of jail which is a huge step. This gives you time and space to heal and to seek help from friends, family, and other third parties too, like therapists, rehab, etc.
To make an appointment with Orange County Bail Bond Store, call 714-648-0586 now!
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 and cons to being a co-signer:
- Because you are financially responsible for the defendant, you will very likely want to keep a close watch on them. You can keep a better eye on them to ensure they stay out of trouble. This is critically important to those who love the defendant most.
- You are responsible for ensuring the defendant goes to court. So similarly, you will be doing everything in your power to see the defendant gets the best outcome of his or her trial by making sure the process runs as smooth as possible.
- While co-signing the bond is legally binding, you can request to withdraw this, especially if you cannot trust the defendant.
- You can require release conditions of the defendant, such as drug testing, to get an analysis of their condition and coherency.
- Co-signing a bail bond is a legally binding. You are now financially responsible for paying the bail agent’s premium fee. You are now also responsible for paying consequential fees and the full bail amount if the defendant does not show up in court.
- Any collateral you put up for the bail bond can be taken from you if the defendant fails to appear in court.
- You will endure more emotional stress – but hopefully nothing you can’t handle.
The biggest thing you want to ask yourself before co-signing a bail bond is if you can trust the defendant to go to court, to be compliant with all terms and conditions, to ensure you do not lose your money or collateral because of his or her irresponsible actions.
Talk to Orange County Bail Bond Store more about co-signing a bail bond. We can help you figure out the best situation for you and for the arrested person who is seeking your help and ours.
Consultations are always FREE, so call Orange County Bail Bond Store now at 714-648-0586.
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 show in court, your bail is forfeited, you would be arrested again without the option of bail, and you may face additional consequences. Plus, the cosigner of your bail bond, someone who really loves and cares about you, faces the risk of losing their collateral and paying the full bail amount. The court, police, and bail agency do not kid around on these consequences.
- Lying to the court and bail agency. This is verbal lying and lying on paperwork, like writing down a fake address of where you will be living after posting bail. Again, there will be consequences, which the court, police, and bail agency will warn you about.
- Thinking you have more time than you actually do to pay off your bail. Don’t put it off. It doesn’t look good on you. There could be consequences if you don’t meet deadlines.
- Hiring just any bail agent without doing research. Some bail agencies and agents are just after your money and will not be as helpful, compassionate, respectful, and professional as others. Look at old testimonials, know exactly what services they offer, etc.
- Getting arrested again. No further explanation necessary.
Anaheim Bail Bond Store can help you through the entire bail bond process. We offer low monthly payment plans, zero interest, zero hidden fees. We’re available 24/7 and you don’t need to worry about coming to our offices. We can do everything over the phone. Learn more about all our successes.
If you’re ready, open a chat with us online to start the bail bond process or call Anaheim Bail Bond Store now at 714-648-0586.
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:
- No third party involved with your bail.
- Money is returned as long as you adhere to terms and conditions of bail, such as appearing in court when ordered.
- Less paperwork.
- No extra fees.
- Shows court your bigger promise to return to court – it’s your money (or a loved one’s) on the line.
- Must have all the money to pay at once. No payment plans.
- Failure to show in court means cash bail is kept by court.
- Refund is returned in check instead of cash.
- Refund can take up to 3 months.
- IRS is notified of checks $10,000 or more.
- Pay only 10% of bail amount to bail agent, meaning you have extra money to spend on other necessary expenses like a lawyer.
- Allowed to pay the 10% over a period of time – low monthly payment plans.
- If defendant fails to show in court, you are not responsible for paying the full bail amount.
- Bail agent knows the process and will be with you the entire time to explain everything.
- Bail agent is responsible for making sure defendant goes to court.
- 10% paid is non-refundable.
- More paperwork (though the time it takes to release the arrested person may be just as long as if a cash bail was paid).
- Third party is involved.
Weigh the pros and cons if you’re ever arrested, or if you know someone who is. Just like having a lawyer is always very helpful, having a bail agent to help you is also very helpful.
If you decide to go the bail bond route, please contact Orange County Bail Bond Store Service at 714-648-0586 immediately.
Our friendly, licensed, and professional agents and representatives are ready to help you with all their power.
If the FBI contacts you, of course you’re going to be freaking out! Try to remain calm and poised. You don’t need to give them any more reason to be suspicious of you.
What you should do is get a lawyer. Let the FBI know you do not want to answer any of their questions without consulting your lawyer first or without having your lawyer present. That is your right. The FBI will not be allowed to question you any further.
You may also deny FBI if they want to search you, your belongings, and/or your property. Unless they have a warrant, they will have to concede to your request. However, we do caution that under certain circumstances, the FBI may be allowed to scan and search the small vicinity or you under probable cause.
Consultations are always FREE, so call Orange County Bail Bond Store Service now at 714-648-0586.
There is always so much talk around the most gossipy issues, including bail bonds because they involve intriguing court cases for the public, and private matters for those involved. Plus, what you see on television shows and movies aren’t always accurate. So, here are 3 common bail bond myths, debunked!
- Myth #1: Bail agents must be paid in cash. You’re not expected to have this kind of money in cash. Other forms of payment include credit card and collateral.
- Myth #2: Bail agents can negotiate to reduce bail with the court. The arrested individual may request to have their bail reviewed, but a change by the court is very unlikely. Bail agents, however, are not allowed to approach the court to negotiate bail.
- Myth #3: Fees paid to a bail agent will be returned to you after court. The premium you pay the bail agent (typically 10% of the bail amount) is for them helping you. This is not refunded to you, as they are doing you a service. If you were to pay the full bail to the court by yourself, without the help of a bail agent, then you will get this money back at the end of court as long as the defendant was compliant.
To learn more about the facts of bail bonds, feel free to contact Anaheim Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586 where you can speak to a representative for immediate assistance. You may also visit us online and read up about bail bonds and the company’s services.