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The Difference Between Bail Bonds & Bail

October 1st, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Court cases can be complicated, and people sometimes get the terminology mixed up. It is common to hear people use the terms "bail" and "bail bonds" interchangeably. But they have different definitions, and it is important to know what each one means.

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CA Perjury Law

September 22nd, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

California’s perjury law, officially known as 118 PC, deals with giving false information in a legal proceeding, which includes a driver’s license application, signed certificates, affidavits or declarations, depositions and court testimony.

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I’ve been arrested! What do I do now?

September 10th, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Anybody can get arrested for any number of reasons. If you're being taken into custody, know how to protect your rights and act accordingly in order to be able to call a good bondsman to get you out of jail.

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What Crimes Increase In The Summer?

August 18th, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Crime increases in the summer when people are away from work or school, and there are many people who want to get inside away from the intense heat of the sun.

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What makes a good bail bond company?

January 21st, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Without a doubt, when arrested, a person should get a good bail bonds company on the phone. When doing so, it’s easier to get out of jail and back to the real world. However, one should not simply call a company in the phone book and ask questions. No, in the end, one should go out of his or her way to find a company offering great services. With this in mind, here are four things that make a good bail bonds company.

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