counterfeit goods

What happens if you sell counterfeit goods?

September 3rd, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

A free market serves as the foundation for commerce. Sellers are free to offer items to an awaiting market and buyers can purchase such items, freely. However, certain rules govern this market; counterfeiting regulations are crucial to ensuring compliance with the law. The counterfeit goods law was established to protect those who participate in the free market. For example, buyers, sellers, companies, and individuals who’ve spent years developing their brand, are protected against trademark infringement. The design of this law ensures that all items for sale are made to certain standards and if someone engages in trademark infringement, the original creator has recourse under the law. If you or someone you love has been accused of selling counterfeit items, you may face selling counterfeit goods penalties; luckily, you have the right to seek bail.

Bail for Arson Charges in California

Bail for Arson Charges in California

January 3rd, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

It’s a well-known fact that California’s landscape is susceptible to fires. Some are set by nature and others are considered criminal acts of violence called arson. If you face arson charges in California, the criminal justice process determines whether you are guilty of a misdemeanor offense or subjected to felony charges.

Copyright Infringement

How to Avoid Copyright Infringement

December 4th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Intellectual property is one of the most arcane and complicated subjects in the legal field. Most attorneys who handle copyrights, patents and trademarks specialize in the field for a variety of reasons not the least of which is the fact that copyright in particular has expanded and changed in a world dominated by technology and social media. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is an example of new Intellectual Property IP Protection.

Life After Jail Post Jail Rehabilitation

Life After Jail: Post Jail Rehabilitation

October 29th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

From Prison To Treatment The California jail system isn't perfect. Anyone who has ever had a brush with the law and found themselves on the inside will attest to that. Thankfully, though, prisoner rehabilitation has come much more front and center these days. Thanks to California Penal Code 4025, inmates are given the benefit of an "Inmate Welfare Fund," that contributes in a very concrete - AKA financial - way to their well-being. This fund can be used to set up inmate education programs while they're on the inside or it can contribute to their prosperity as they are released from prison to treatment centers around California.

SB-10 bail Reforms

SB 10 BAD For California

October 2nd, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

SB 10 began with a promise to Californians to reform cash bail.  The NAACP, ACLU, Black Lives Matter, Essie Justice Group, DE-BUG, and over 50 other groups have withdrawn their support of SB 10.  After two years of promises to supporters to reduce unfair jail detention and prison overcrowding authors of SB 10 deviated from their promises and changed the verbiage on SB 10 to include pretrial assessment and preventative detention, leaving many original supporters to scramble at the 11th hour in opposition.

Bail Bond Rates

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