manslaughter

Involuntary Manslaughter Penalties and Sentencing

April 22nd, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

If you're suddenly incarcerated for involuntary manslaughter, a bail bondsman can post your bail for a small fraction of your full bail amount. You may be able to ensure your appearance at your criminal court hearing by signing your property over to a bail bondsman. A police officer's justifiable killing of a gunman and killing an intruder in self-defense are forms of homicide. Murder and manslaughter are criminal forms of homicide. Involuntary manslaughter and vehicular homicide are separate crimes with different involuntary manslaughter penalties.


Learn About the Expungement Procedure

Learn About the Expungement Procedure

April 15th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

How to Seal a Criminal Record in California People charged with crimes in California quickly learn that the consequences extend far beyond the courtroom. In addition to serving jail time, paying fines and completing probation, people convicted of criminal offenses, even relatively minor ones, are forced to endure the lingering consequences of having a criminal record. Fortunately, many offenses can be removed from a person's legal record through the process of expunction. 


California Sexual Assault Laws

California Sexual Assault Laws

April 8th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

What You Should Know About California Sexual Assault Laws If an individual is facing sexual assault charges in California, it is important that he or she is prepared to navigate through the criminal justice process. After you are arrested, you may be given a chance to post bail. However, there are many individuals who don't have the funds to pay for bail, so they use a bail bond company. It doesn't matter if an individual uses cash or a bail bond company, posting bail will give individuals who have been charged with sex crimes more time to prepare for the next steps in the process. In California, the penalties for sexual assault are serious, so being prepared is vital.


What is the Subornation of Perjury

What is the Subornation of Perjury?

April 2nd, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Perjury can be a serious offense in many instances. It is a violation of honesty and trust that is in many ways at the heart of the criminal justice system. Subordination of perjury can be even more threatening for those charged with or convicted of that crime. It is a criminal act that combines a misrepresentation under oath with a conspiracy element. Such an action can result in severe penalties and requires the help and guidance of a lawyer.


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