Evading a Police Officer

July 14th, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Being convicted of evading a police officer in California can result in jail time as well as significant expenses, including fines and attorney fees. Although a criminal running from the police on a reality show may be entertaining for viewers, the fact is that evading a police officer is a serious crime. In addition, a person can be charged with evading arrest even though it may not appear they were attempting to allude the police.


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