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Giving False Info to a Police Officer

August 22nd, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

With a dramatic rise in incarceration rates in the United States over recent years, it may prove wise to read up on which legal offenses have been landing people in the big house and how the help of a skilled bondsman can get you out. Making an appearance on this extensive list of misdemeanors is offering false information to an officer of the law.

Travel While Out On Bail

January 6th, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

When arrested for a crime, people will often have to pay bail, especially if they got in trouble for a serious crime such as assault, manslaughter or robbery. While true, its’ not always the case, and one will have to speak to a trusted bail bond agent. Sadly, when on bail, one will need to avoid a few things, and it’s often hard to travel out of the state or country. For this reason, a citizen needs to know his or her rights when it comes to overseas travel on bail.

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Bail while out on bail?

December 29th, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

It is not that uncommon for people not to understand what they should expect when they or a loved one has been arrested. For a person who has never experienced this situation before, it can be somewhat intimidating, and although no one ever wants to find themselves in this type of situation, it is always a good idea to know what to expect as far as the general process is concerned. There are some common questions that people have concerning bail and bond regulations as well as what can be expected during the bond process.

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Juvenile and Adult Bail Bonds

December 22nd, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Bail is a contract between an arrested individual and the court in which the individual is tried. Bail allows for the defendant's release on the terms that he or she place property (most commonly cash) equal to the amount of the bail and attend all required hearings. If the defendant attends all hearings, the court returns the property to the defendant. A bail bond is a way for the defendant to cover the costs of bail without having to cover the entire cost.

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Why Some People Are Denied Bail?

January 20th, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

In today's courts, judges have leeway to grant or deny bail based upon several factors. A bail hearing doesn't automatically mean that a defendant will be granted bail. Additionally, the dollar amount for bail may vary significantly based upon the details of the case and the defendant's criminal history. For example, a first-time offender may be released on his "own recognizance," which means that there is no bail required and a defendant is released until a future court date. On the other hand, someone who has been arrested in the past might be required to pay high bail in exchange for release. Defendants who are released on bail may have that privilege revoked due to improper behavior, failure to show up for court, or further criminal behavior.

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