Do I trust the arrested person enough to appear in court when he or she is asked, as well as oblige by any other court-mandated terms? Do I have enough collateral I would be willing and can afford to put up? Can I make do if the arrested person does not go to court? Do I have enough funds to
If you get a call from someone in jail, it probably means he or she is seeking your help to bail him or her out. They are desperate and remorseful for their actions, ready to face consequences, and will be so grateful for you to support them, even if you are angry and disappointed. The judge will determine the price
If you are arrested for any reason, it is imperative you know and use your rights to your advantage. You have the right to know the charges made against you. You have the right to remain silent. You have the right to an attorney. You have the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. You have the right to
One thing you probably want to know about paying bail is if it is tax deductible. The answer to that is no. Even though you are paying bail money to the government, you need to remember that it is a payment to secure the release of a newly arrested person. Bail is not a tax. If you choose to pay
Aren’t you so grateful for payment plans? For Coachella, Disneyland passes, mortgage, even bail bond payments! Yep, even the things we don’t want to be paying for because it’s not for personal pleasure offer payment plans. The purpose of bail bond payments is to ensure the release of a loved one from jail as he or she awaits their trial.
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