Evading a Police Officer

Evading a Police Officer

August 26th, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

If someone has been charged with evading an officer of law in the state of California while driving a vehicle (Vehicle Code 2800.1-3), they would be well-advised to seek counsel from a licensed attorney and skilled bondsman. Remember, everyone is presumed to be innocent until their guilt is proven in a court of law. The fact they were arrested and charged is not an indication of guilt, only that the officer believes there is sufficient grounds to have them charged.


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