Holiday travel is something you planned on doing for a few months now. Your recent arrest was unexpected, a spur of the moment situation that unraveled the wrong way. Now you have to deal with the aftermath, comply with release terms, and stay out of trouble. So how will this affect your holiday travel plans?
The best case scenario is that your arrest and bail will not conflict with your holiday plans. The judge did not put any travel restrictions into play, and your court appearances occur before and after your travel period.
In another scenario, the judge may enforce travel restrictions. For example, you may only be allowed to travel within your home state, or within a handful of states. As long as your court appearances do not occur within your planned vacation time, you will be allowed to travel within your restrictions.
If you are allowed to travel, but your court appearances are scheduled during your planned vacation time, you will need to change or cancel your travel plans. Your court appearance is pivotal to your freedom. If you miss your court appearance, you will be taken back into custody. The court is unlikely to reschedule your appearance because you had travel plans.
If the judge removes your travel allowance altogether, then you just have to cancel your travel reservations. You may even be required to relinquish your passport for the time being.
If you have questions regarding your bail bond rights, and what you are and are not allowed to do while out on bail, contact Stanton Bail Bond Store online, or at 714-648-0586.
It is no secret that a significant percentage of California residents are made up of immigrants. In Los Angeles alone, there are an estimated 800,000 undocumented immigrants, many of whom came over nearly 10 years ago. This statistic comes from USC’s Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration.
Since Donald Trump became President Elect, many people have grown worried, as one of Trump’s plans is to take action against undocumented immigrants.
Immigrants have deep roots here in California, and we at Stanton Bail Bond Store want to spread awareness regarding the rights of immigrants. If you, or someone you know, are an immigrant, take action to prepare and protect yourself.
- In the case that you, as an immigrant, are taken in, make sure someone is able to look after your kids if you have some. Also make sure loved ones know where your important papers and documents are.
- Start the citizenship application process if you are eligible to.
- If you are arrested, remain silent and get a lawyer. Post bail with a bail bond if you can. Do not worry, just because you are arrested does not automatically mean you are going to be deported. Even outside of your friends and family, others are there to help fight with you.
It is not an easy battle for immigrants, but it is not impossible either. Know your rights, and you will be okay.
When you hire a lawyer, you expect him or her to give you his or her best efforts. A truly good lawyer is going to want the best for you, and will work hard to make sure you get that. A truly good lawyer is 110% invested in you.
That is the same kind of investment you get from your Stanton Bail Bond Store bail agent. Stanton Bail Bond Store also wants the best for you. We want to get you or your loved one out of jail quickly, affordably, and confidentially. If there are financial issues, they will find a way to work through them.
The work and effort put in by Stanton Bail Bond Store is not proportional to the amount of money you pay them. Whether your Premium is $5,000 or $50,000, your Stanton Bail Bond Store bail agent will work as hard as for you as if you were their own brother or sister.
That’s dedication and commitment right there.
If you, or a loved one, are in need of bail help, please contact Stanton Bail Bond Store online or at 714-648-0586 immediately.