Bail Bond Blog & Articles

Admitting to something so serious like getting arrested can be very hard to do but once you get it over with, you'll find your uphill climb to be much easier....

Bail is ridiculously expensive, period. Most people won’t easily have enough money to post bail on their own. Even getting extra money back from the IRS during tax season won’t...

There’s no predicting your reaction to hearing that a loved one has been arrested. Depending on the circumstance, the type of person they are, and how close you are to...

A tax refund is the difference between the taxes that an individual has paid and the taxes that the individual owes. There are times when individuals will need to pay...

Just because someone commits a crime, gets caught, and gets arrested doesn’t mean they lose all their rights and become defenseless. Arrested individuals earn some rights to protect themselves during...

Imagine you have been arrested for a crime. Your trial doesn’t begin for 2 weeks. During these two weeks, the police and investigators look for evidence and try to figure...

A $50,000 bail is nearly impossible for you to pay to secure your loved one's bail because by the time you're able to get your hands on $50,000, the trial...

Now is the time to be fully aware of the new hoverboard laws in California, especially if you currently own one or plan to in the near future. These laws...

You're well aware that an arrest can be difficult for family members to bear with, but have you considered how your situation and absence can affect your young children? Young...

Just like Spring presents brighter, happier days, you too can brighten a loved one’s future, by helping them bail out of jail. Jail is not pleasant; it’s dirty, dark, and...

There has been a lot of chatter in the last few months regarding gun control. And because the topic is gun control, there will never be any laws that will...

During a defendant’s trial period, it’s not (always) fair to keep the defendant in custody. He or she has technically not yet been formally found guilty. To keep fairness (while...