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Arrested For Licking A Toad? You Can Post Bail For That

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Bail bonds are used to release defendants from jail who are accused of all sorts of crimes, such as theft, conspiracy, or domestic violence. You know, typical things that are obviously crimes. However, did you know that in California, a person can still technically be arrested for one of these outlandishly wacky laws? Women may […]

Remember This If You Are Ever Stopped By The Police

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You do not have to be suspected of committing a crime for the police to stop and question you. The police stop and speak with all kinds of people daily, it is their job. If it ever happens to you, try and remember this: Get the officer’s name and badge number. Take note of their […]

You Need To Change Your Netflix Password Now

If you want to continue using Netflix from here on out, we highly recommend you change your password. Why? It is now considered a federal crime to share your password with others, seriously. If you really think about it, it makes sense. If you share your Netflix password with other people, you are allowing them […]

Exercise Caution While Playing Pokémon Go!

Pokémon Go has very rapidly consumed our entire lives and we hate to admit it, but it is so freaking fun. We just want to catch them all! However, in our quest to do so, there are some things we would like to remind you all to remember while playing. Be aware of your surroundings […]

You Are Greater Than Your Arrest

Arrests and resulting convictions may go on permanent records, but that permanent record can almost be artificial. It will be on your legal records, but it will not stop you from being offered jobs, buying houses, enrolling in education, or being granted bank loans. What is really going to matter most and allow you to […]

What Can You Offer For Collateral?

In order to complete a bail bond application, collateral is required. Collateral is pledged as security for payment. If the original payment or agreement is broken, then the collateral is forfeited from the owner to the person it is then owed to. The most common forms of collateral are real estate, vehicles, electronics and valuables. […]

Why Bail? Here’s Why

Bail exists so that defendants do not have to spend all their time in jail and in custody for the duration of their trial. Trials tend to take weeks or months (and in some cases, over a year). It’s not fair to keep defendants in custody for this lengthy amount of time (unless they are […]