Do Not Make Your Loved One Miss Father’s Day

Even if your Father’s Day is interrupted with the news that someone in your family has been arrested, you can still make the day a good one. It just will not happen the way you had planned. No one in your family should be missing out on Father’s Day, or any day for that matter, by sitting in jail waiting

R-E-S-P-E-C-T!

You may not have to like the police, but you sure as heck better respect them. They have tough jobs and hold quite a bit of authority and power. One wrong move can cause them to think twice about you. Don’t want trouble with the police? Just respect them. Part of respecting police includes knowing how to conduct yourself when

About Those Creepy Clown Sightings….

By now, you have probably heard in the news about clown sightings, and we do not mean doll clowns or clowns who entertain at children’s birthday parties. We mean real adults dressing up as creepy clowns and scaring other people, some even hold knives props. Do not be ashamed to say clowns freak you out; you are not the only

Miss Thanksgiving Dinner? You May Have To This Year

Snow season and the holidays are coming up, which means it is once again time to start planning winter vacations to the mountains or to see the family. If you have a loved one in the travel group who is out on bail, or if that person is you, you need to make sure to plan travel arrangements very carefully.

Listen To the Little Person on Your Right Shoulder

The current situation you are in is heartbreaking. Your loved one has been arrested and cannot afford to pay for bail alone. Sitting on your left shoulder is the little you that says, “Don’t get involved! You’ve done so much for them in the past and they keep letting you down! You need to let go! Besides, bail is quite

Early Merry Christmas to You!

The best early Christmas gift you can give to a friend this year is possibly going to be the most you have ever spent on them, but it is a priceless gift. We are talking about paying for their bail bond. The good thing to start off with is that bail bonds are significantly cheaper than paying full cash bail.

You Win, We Win

If you think your arrest is the end of your life, you are being a little dramatic and are underestimating far too many people, including yourself. You have the right to be concerned, and stressed, but only a little, and only for a very brief period of time. You should get over that little phase quickly and move on to

Here Is Why Clichés Are Good

Take a moment to think about your daily life. How well do you really know the people who you cross paths with on a semi-regular basis? Your neighbor, the mailman, the garbage man, your banker, or the men and women at the grocery store? Chances are, you do not know their deepest, darkest secrets or their life story. For all

Advice from Orange County Bail Bond Store

Being out on bail is not a good reason to live your wild life again. If anything, it should be reason to tame yourself and scale back. Lay low. Surround yourself with supportive and positive friends. Do not succumb to bad influences and habits. Bailing out of jail may be like a “get out of jail free card” in Monopoly

Fall Is Here, but the Fun Keeps Going

Summer is officially gone, but do not expect your friends to stop hosting beach parties. Fall has beautiful, comfortable weather that is just right for going out. That means going out for a few drinks. Obviously the wise thing to do in this case is to designate a sober driver, but who wants to be DD? Who wants to make

Protect Your Right To Vote and Bail!

As you are well aware, the presidential election is just days away. We urge all everyone to vote, including loved ones who recently completed parole after getting out of prison. It helps that your loved one’s voting rights are automatically restored upon completion of parole, so no further action is required on their part. Unfortunately, if you have any loved

What to Expect When You Are Arrested for a DUI for the First Time

DUI arrests happen a little too often around you. You can’t count the number of people you know who have been arrested for a DUI with your hands. Knowing what they each had to deal with makes you wonder what the charges are for someone who faces a DUI for the first time here in California. For a first offense,