An Employer Asking For Your Criminal Record Does Not Automatically Mean You Are in Trouble! Here is How You Should Handle The Situation

Criminals “pay” for their punishment by serving out a sentence, whether it’s jail time, community service, and/ or more. But as much as you’d think punishment ends when you are released, it doesn’t! Not only do you leave with emotional strain, but you leave also with a mark on your permanent record that can and […]

A Parent’s #1 Job is to be The Best Role Model For Their Child

Children grow up admiring their parents as the perfect people they want to embody when they are older. That is the human life cycle – to nurture children and teach them how to be well-rounded when they become adults. That’s why for parents, their number 1 job is to be the best role model they […]

Your Tax Return Can Help Pay Off Bail!

Still need funds or collateral to pay for bail? Spring is approaching, meaning tax refunds will be flowing in! You can use this extra money to help pay for bail! While not the most ideal use of this money, it will certainly help ease the situation and stress. You already know bail is expensive to […]

Can I Use My Tax Return For Bail?

The answer is yes! Whether your tax refund is a small amount or a lovely sum, you may use some or all of it to help bail your loved one out of jail. We know you’d rather spend or save this money for something else, and we know you’d rather not have to be bailing […]

What Does a Bail Bond do?

We’ve all seen the scenes on television and movies, perhaps heard it on the news – this person was released on so-and-so dollars bail, and must appear again in count in a certain matter of time. This bail comes from a bail bondsman, paying on behalf of the defendant. Because the US Constitution protects our […]

How to React when someone you know needs your help in getting out of jail

Your phone rings. You don’t know the number, but you pick up anyway. It’s your friend on the other line, telling you they got into some trouble and needs you to bail them out. Immediately, you are overcome with a flood of emotion – anger, concern, disappointment, but still a little bit of relief. You […]