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Is Bail Ever Denied?

August 12th, 2016 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

When someone is arrested for a crime normally they are transported to jail and then booked for the crime for which they are accused.


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Am I Eligible for Bail?

September 15th, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Once an individual is arrested and charged with a crime, chances are he or she will need a bail bondsman in order to gain freedom pending the outcome of the case. Without a bondsman, the individual may be forced to sit in jail until a judge or jury decide his/her final fate. However, even with a bondsman on hand, not everyone can be released 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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Bail bonds in California

November 19th, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Bail bonds provide a way for a defendant to get released from jail pending his trial, without having to put up the full amount of the bail ordered by the court. A bail bondsman will post a bond with the court which guarantees payment for the full amount of bail if the defendant does not show up every single time the court requires him to.


Bail Bond Rates

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