California Statutes Of Limitations

June 19th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

A statute of limitations is a deadline. The justifications for statutes of limitations include the need to put an end to a lawsuit in the civil setting, and to require criminal charges to be timely filed, or more particularly certain crimes. There are some crimes deeded so important that they do not have a statute of limitations. California Statutes of Limitations in general have no flexibility.

Pre-Trial vs. Trial vs. Verdict – The Complete Process

Pre-Trial vs. Trial vs. Verdict – The Complete Process

June 12th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Individuals charged with a crime are often uncertain of the process they are facing. They may know the basic procedure of a trial but are not certain about all the steps that come before or after. The law surrounding criminal trials is a complicated one. At every step, individuals need to be aware of what is happening and how their actions may influence the eventual development of their case.

Arrest, Booking and Bail

Learn about Arrest, Booking and Bail

May 28th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Bail bonds are for people who have gone through the arrest process, have been detained and now want to avoid having to stay in jail until their hearing date. A bail bond company pays the bail that the judge sets, which helps get the accused party out of jail. When the accused person is finished going to court, the bail bond company releases the monies that they put up for the bail.

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List of Pretrial Motions

May 24th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

  What is a Pretrial Motion? A pretrial motion is a motion, or request, that is filed after the preliminary hearing of a case. These motions can pertain to civil or criminal cases, but are more often used in criminal cases and are generally filed by the defense. Motions need to be brought before a judge after pretrial hearings but prior to the start of the trial. Since the amount of a bail bond is usually set during the preliminary hearing, pretrial motions are generally filed after a defendant has been granted or denied bail.

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Typical New Year’s Eve Crimes

December 29th, 2017 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

For most people, New Year’s Eve is a joyous, maybe even raucous occasion.

Bail Bond Rates

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