Sports games are supposed to be fun and exciting to watch. You root for your team to win and boo the other team. You go with friends and family to have a great time. So why do some people have to go and ruin the experience by getting into fights with other spectators?
Most games go from start to finish well without fights breaking out in the crowds. However, there are some games where fans get into altercations. It gets bad sometimes: serious injuries, arrests, and charges. Then the day suddenly turns from what was supposed to be a fun outing to ending very, very badly.
Trash-talking the other team is always part of a game, but leave the fight to the two teams playing on the court or field. The better team will win, and the winning fans will have some pride. That is way better than ending up at the hospital or in jail.
Anytime during the year you learn that a friend has been involved in an altercation and been arrested, we can help them bail out of jail with a bail bond. Our team at Compton Bail Bond Store can do this quickly and affordably.
Get a free consultation online or at 323-357-0575.
People can be so on-edge on April Fools’ Day that they will be skeptical to nearly everything they hear that day. If that day you learn your loved one has been arrested for real, and needs help posting bail, you can rely on Carson Bail Bond Store, to get the job done. That is the truth.
We do not play around on April Fools’. It is true that we:
- Are available 24/7 statewide in California
- Offer customized payment plans to make the bail bond as affordable as possible
- Honor 0% interest
- Have no hidden fees
- Accept all payment types: cash, credit, debit, and checks
- Have a secure, convenient online payment system
- Give approvals over the phone
- Will travel to meet you for in-person meetings
- Ensure fast, efficient, and confidential service
- Are friendly, approachable, and honest
- Will bail your loved one out of jail
No matter what hour of the day it is, or what day of the year it is, contact us anytime for your bail bond needs.
Our friendly and licensed agents here at Carson Bail Bond Store can be reached online and at 323-357-0575.
April Fools’ is nearly here! For some people, it is a day of just trying to get by without being fooled. For others, this silly holiday is really like Christmas to them. They love to go all out and “get” people with their pranks. They can get pretty elaborate. Occasionally, some go too far and their prank goes horribly wrong. Here are a couple examples in the recent years.
In 2015, students at the Grand Valley State University in Michigan had a gag involving fireworks. The prank went awry and a laundry hamper caught fire in an apartment complex. Residents were evacuated and luckily, no one was injured or arrested.
5 years ago, a teenage boy told his parents that he got his girlfriend pregnant. He assumed they would be angry but they were nothing but calm and supportive. After telling them “April Fools!” his mother grew angry and smacked him to the ground. She even ordered her husband to beat him up. The incident was caught on video, which the boy secretly set up; it has been viewed nearly 2 million times on YouTube. Thankfully, the violence did not escalate any further, serious consequences would have come about.
As the prankster, planning is the fun part. The scary part is never knowing how a person might react. The prank can go wrong or you could just be the breaking point for a person who is having a very bad day already. So much for April Fools’ if it lands you in jail.
Having to bail someone out of jail for an April Fools’ joke-gone-wrong is hopefully not something we will have to do. If that unfortunately does happen to you or a friend of yours, you can definitely count on Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store, to get the job done. That is not an April Fools’ joke.
We can be reached online, or at 323-357-0575.
your child turns 18, his or her juvenile criminal records will be sealed. So it may be that right now, you and your child are coping with their arrest and how it will affect them in the future, but know that when they turn 18, it will be a new chapter for them.
Juvenile Records Are Sealed
On the 18th birthday in order for the now-adult to venture into adulthood with promise. As a youth, an arrest can be a very frightening experience, especially for someone so young with so much of their life ahead of them. It can mentally bother them from time to time, but it will not prevent them from living a productive, full, happy life. Colleges, landlords, banks, employers, etc. will not see juvenile records when the time comes for them to do background checks. Of course, if this same juvenile, now an adult, gets arrested as an adult, then yes, these people can and will certainly see the arrest record.
So, parents, if you and your family are going through some tough times right now with your rebellious, somewhat troublesome teenager, we hope that this gives you a little relief, knowing this incident will essentially disappear when they turn 18 and become a legal adult.
Please note that youths cannot post bail, since they are released to their parents and legal guardians. Bail bonds are available for adult arrestees who are eligible for bail. If you happen to know someone who needs one, or if you are going to need one in the future, contact Lynwood Bail Bond Store.
We can be reached online and at 323-357-0575.
people believe that if they witness a crime, they must report it to the police; if they do not, they themselves are committing a crime. Actually though, in most cases, this is not true. A person may feel the moral obligation to report the crime, but they do not have a legal obligation to do so.
Does have mandatory reporting laws for certain people and situations. This applies to people in certain professions, like teachers, therapists, social workers, and medical professions, to name a few. If they suspect abuse against the people they are caring for, they are required to report this to the police.
Back to the general rule: if you are an ordinary citizen and you see someone stealing from a store, you are not required to report it. It may be on your conscience, but the police cannot arrest you for not telling them about the incident. If someone else reported the incident, the police may want to question you and get the details of what you may have witnessed. They still will not arrest you for not reporting the crime yourself.
know that the police are looking at social media when they are investigating cases. What you may not know is whether they are allowed to do this with or without your consent or a warrant. So, here is what you should know:
- Content posted on public sites and accounts are considered evidence “in plain view” because anyone who has Internet access and access to sites like Facebook can see it. There are no viewing restrictions so the police are free to scour this without a warrant.
- When content is posted on a private account, like a private Facebook account that is only viewable to the user and his or her Facebook friends, then the police need a search warrant to gain viewing access.
Just Like It Is Advisable
To use discretion when posting content on social media because a person is weary about employers seeing it, it is advisable to use discretion so that it never lands you in legal trouble with the law. Social media has aided the police in many cases, do not let that be the case for you.
People who have been arrested can be eligible for bail. If this happens to someone you know and you want to help bail them out of jail, contact Lynwood Bail Bond Store online or at 323-357-0575.
18 is the minimum age to be sent to jail, arrested juveniles are released back to their parents, but there is never a maximum age to which you cannot rely on your parents’ help any longer. Even if in 20 years you are arrested for committing a crime, you can and should call up your parents, fill them in on the unfortunate recent events, and seek their support.
Their support can just be emotional support, but in all likelihood, it will be so much more than that. After all, they are your parents and you are their child. It is their nature to do all they can to protect you, especially during such a difficult time.
Get past the embarrassment and shame of telling your parents you have been arrested. Yes, there will definitely be disappointment, but their love and support will overpower that feeling. They know you did not deliberately set out to be arrested. They know you are a good person and you just had a very bad day where things went awfully wrong. Your arrest is not a reflection of the person you truly are. They know that, so turn to them for help.
In addition to your parents, you would have the Inglewood Bail Bond Store team on your side as well. We can bail you out of jail with a bail bond that costs only 10% of your full bail amount. Like your parents, we will be with you through the whole bail process so it is efficient, fast, and problem-free.
If and when you need our bail bond services, call us at 323-357-0575 or chat us up online. We are available for you 24/7.
If you want a fast, affordable, and reliable bail bond company to help get your loved one out of a California jail, contact Huntington Park Bail Bond Store online, or at 323-357-0575. If you want anything less than that, you can contact another bail bond company. Good luck with that!
Huntington Park Bail Bond Store is consistently rated as one of California’s best bail bond companies. Available 24/7, this company employs agents who are genuinely concerned and eager to reunite families. Other companies take on agents who could care less about their work and this reflects on their performance.
These other companies also try and trick you into paying them more money. At Huntington Park Bail Bond Store, we have the most dedicated, passionate agents. And likewise, these positive qualities manifest in their work for each client. We are an honest company and our primary goal is to get your loved one bailed out of jail at a price and schedule you can afford.
Learn more about Huntington Park Bail Bond Store and see exactly how they can help you in a time of need.
Consultations are free so when you are ready, chat with an agent online or at 323-357-0575. We will not let you down, you can trust us.
Just like an F in high school did not stop you from graduating, an arrest is not going to stop you from your future endeavors, it will just put them on a momentary pause.
The best way to face an arrest and trial is to simply be prepared. For the next steps. For possible outcomes. For unexpected turns in events. For backlash. For a sharp increase in maturity and responsibility. For financial rearrangements. And so much more.
Take on this preparedness with your chin held high and a mindset ready to tackle anything and everything. There is no room for embarrassment any longer. Have a positive, hopeful attitude. Keep supportive loved ones close and take their help when they offer it.
The stronger a person can be throughout this tough situation, the faster this whole thing will blow over. Soon enough, this person is back on track to achieve their future endeavors.
If a loved one of yours happens to be this person, or if it is you, post bail with a bail bond. Bailing out of jail is a huge first step to moving on, and Hawthorne Bail Bond Store can provide the bail bond.
Hawthorne Bail Bond Store can be reached online or at 323-357-0575.
“3 Strikes, You Are Out”
is only a rule in baseball and a figurative rule in other games. When it comes to needing a bail bond from Lynwood Bail Bond Store, there are no “outs,” no matter how many times in your lifetime you need a bail bond. We hope that after one bail bond, you will never need to ask us for another, but if it so happens that you do need another bail bond, for the same person or someone else, you can count on us to help you.
Just like the first time we guided you through the bail bond process, we will set you up on a custom payment plan that will cover the 10% premium. Collateral and a co-signer may be required, depending on the situation. There is 0% interest and no hidden fees. Just like before, your loved one will be bailed out of jail in no time.
We hope you found security and trust with Lynwood Bail Bond Store, the first time around so that for all future bail bond needs, you will trust in us to get the job done again. No matter how many times you need us, we will be there.
We can always be reached online or at 323-357-0575. We will not let you down.