California Gun Control Law 2019

California Gun Control Law 2019

March 18th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

The State of California passed a number of new gun laws in 2019 and everybody who knew about them had the same thing to say about them: They are tough. In fact, they are among the toughest in the country, which should surprise no on one, according to those in charge of laws and keeping the peace. For instance, in 1989, California became the first state to ban assault weapons after five students died in a shootout at an elementary school in Stockton. To obtain a firearm in California, you must pass a written test and wait 10 days after the sale to get delivery. The state also has a red flag law, which prohibits Possession of firearms by an individual.


California Racketeering Law

March 11th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Racketeering is one of the most serious criminal charges that an individual can be arrested for. Individuals convicted of racketeering may spend the rest of their lives in prison and be subject to harsh forfeiture laws. These cases are sometimes connected to massively organized crime rings that kill dozens of people and commit hundreds of crimes. Understanding this charge, as well as the risks and penalties involved, can better help a defendant craft the most competent defense possible.

Parole and Probation

What is the Difference between Parole and Probation?

March 6th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Facing the possibility of incarceration or anticipating release from prison can sometimes involve similar issues. This most frequently occurs in two situations: It often happens when a judge does not sentence a defendant to jail time but instead decides that Court ordered supervision is the best public policy decision. The second most common occurrence is when a defendant is released to jail time but passes an evaluation that qualifies him for release from prison using the parole release process.

Contributory Negligence

What is Contributory Negligence California?

February 21st, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

When an accident occurs, there may be more than one cause. Two, three or even more people can all act in a way that makes an accident more likely to occur. Contributory negligence is the idea that an accident may have multiple causes. Multiple people may face legal liability for an accident, and multiple people may have a legal remedy after an accident. When more than one party is at fault for an accident, the concept of contributory negligence determines how to apportion blame.

self defense CA

California Self Defense Laws

February 5th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

In some states, you have more relaxed self-defense laws, but in the state of California, the use of force is a little stricter. If someone you love has been arrested because of self-defense, you should begin the bonds process as soon as possible. Like some of the other states, California uses a law called Castle Doctrine California, which means that you have a legal right to defend yourself in your home if someone breaks in. However, you shouldn't mistake this for believing that you can use as much force as you want because once the threat has been eliminated, you're not allowed to go any further. California also uses some of the elements of the Stand Your Ground laws in self-defense of the home.

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