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Drunk Driving License Plates

June 2nd, 2016 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Being charged and arrested for drunk driving starts a process that can lead to major changes in a person's life.


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DUIs: How to Avoid Them

January 1st, 2016 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Getting stopped by the police is never a good experience even if you are able to get away with just a warning. However, if you are under the influence of alcohol or other substances when you are pulled over, you can expect a lot more than just a warning.


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DUI Accidents in California

November 6th, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Californians on or near the roads face a very serious threat from drivers impaired by alcohol. DUI accidents (including those classified as “DUI with injury” and “DUI with fatality”) in California over the past six years average about 18,600 per year. And in these accidents, an average of 1,190 people die and 25,300 are injured.


California DUI Arrests

November 22nd, 2010 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Generally, California DUI arrests are released once determined sober; however, arrests can sometimes result in the accused remaining in custody until bail is posted. Drivers who are arrested for driving under the influence are either cited and released on their own recognizance (OR), or held until bail is posted. Arrests for a DUI in the state of California typically result in an OR and do not have to post bail. Suspects are usually held for a number of hours and then released once the arresting agency is confident that the arrestee is sober and not in a state of causing harm. However, California arrestees are sometimes required to post bail, even when the offense is a misdemeanor DUI arrest. This situation typically takes place when the arrestee refuses to submit to chemical testing; where there is a blood or breath alcohol level (BAC) that is .15 percent or higher; or when there is an accident or injury involved. Felony DUI cases will definitely result in the requirement of posting bail. Each county has its own bail schedule, which sets bail for each criminal charge, type of crime, or arrest. A felony CA DUI arrest will require bail of approximately $100,000. To determine the exact cost of bail for you, or your loved one, contact your local All-Pro Bail Bonds office.


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