Bail Bonds in South Gate

No Collateral Bail at Bail Bonds in South Gate

Bail Bonds in South Gate

The thought of needing collateral to bail someone out of jail can turn a lot of people away from even trying. What these people do not realize, is that Bail Bonds in South Gate does not require collateral on most bonds. We understand that collateral adds extra stress to the situation, which is something that we do not want to do.

In most instances, all we need as collateral from our clients is the signature of a working co-signer. A working co-signer who has been at there job for over a year is worth more than any number of houses. Holding a job for a long time shows commitment, and when someone is committed to bailing out a loved one, they will not give up. They will make sure their loved one goes to all of their court dates and that all of the payments are made on time.

By only needing a signature as collateral, we reduce the stress caused by needing to rescue a loved one from jail. When you work with Bail Bonds in South Gate, you will not have to worry about possibly losing your house or car if you miss a payment.

Let Bail Bonds in South Gate show you how easy it is to bail a friend or family member out of jail. We will do all of the hard work for you, and you will not need to risk anything valuable as collateral. Bailing your loved one out of jail is a good idea when you come to Bail Bonds in South Gate for help.

Get a no collateral bail bond by clicking Chat With Us, or calling 323-357-0575 now.

Bail Bonds in Pico Rivera

Do You Want Fast, Confidential, and Affordable Bail Help?

Bail Bonds in Pico Rivera

Today started out like any other. You woke up, got ready for the day, and went to work. However, you were not prepared to receive a phone call from you friend asking you to bail her out of jail. Now you are trying to juggle work, and finding some way to rescue your friend.

Lucky for you, Bail Bonds in Pico Rivera is here to help. We have spent the last 30 providing Californians with fast, confidential, and affordable bail help. When you come to us to bail someone out, you can trust that we work quickly, and keep all of your information private. We will only talk to people about your situation if you tell us too.

All we need to get started with bailing out your loved one, is her name, birthday, and county of arrest. Once our agents have that information, they should be able to locate your friend in the county jail system and gather the rest of the needed info. Once we have everything we need, one of our mobile bail agents can meet with you to sign the paperwork. After that, we send another agent to the jail to secure your friend’s release from jail.

Here at Bail Bonds in Pico Rivera, we can have someone out of jail in as little as 2 hours in some counties. Our agents start working for you the moment you talk to them, and they do not rest until they have rescued your loved one from jail.

Just call 323-357-0575 or click Chat With Us now for a free consultation with one of our agents.

Bail Bonds in Norwalk

Warrant Checks in California

Bail Bonds in Norwalk

Do you have a sneaking suspicion that there may be a warrant out for you arrest? If so, you probably want to find out for sure, but how do you do that? If you go to a police station, they might arrest you on the spot, and you do not want that.

A warrant getting issued for a person’s arrest without that person knowing is actually pretty common. It happens all of the time. A warrant can be issued if a person collects too many unpaid parking tickets. It is not as uncommon as one might think.

In order to help people out, Bail Bonds in Norwalk offers free warrant checks. We can look up warrants in most California counties. Just give us your name, birthday, and the county where you think the warrant was issued we will look to see if there is, in fact, a warrant out for your arrest.

If we cannot find any warrants, then you are free to go. If there is a warrant for your arrest, we can help you. We can work with you to get a bail bond as ready to go as possible, so that when you turn yourself in, we can be ready to bail you out. This way, you spend as little time in jail as possible. If the county you think the warrant was issued out of does not allow third parties to perform warrant checks, we will tell you how you can check for a warrant yourself.

Here at Bail Bonds in Norwalk, our goal is to help people. That is why we perform free warrant checks for all Californians.

If you think that a warrant for your arrest has been issued, you can call 323-357-0575 to talk to an agent who can help you check.

Bail Bonds in Compton

We Look at More than Just Your Credit Score

Bail Bonds in Compton

People are not numbers. This is something that many bail bond companies out there have forgotten. Here at Bail Bonds in Compton, we understand that people are more than just their credit score number. We look at each of our clients like actual people, not numbers.

When you come to Bail Bonds in Compton to bail a friend or family member out of jail, do not worry that your credit score is not perfect. Nobody’s is. That is why we look at more than a person’s credit score when they come to us for help.

We look at:

  • How long the client has lived at their current address.
  • How long the client has worked at their job.
  • How often the client changes jobs.

By looking at these different factors, we are able to get a better understanding of our client than any number on a computer screen could ever give us. The longer someone has lived in one place, and held a single job, shows dedication and commitment.

When a client is dedicated to bailing someone out of jail, we know that they will always make their payments on time.

Bail Bonds in Carson

Don’t Disturb the Peace

Bail Bonds in Carson

In the state of California, disturbing the peace is illegal. A person charged with disturbing the peace can be fined, or even arrested. This means you should never let your anger get the better of you while out in a public setting. Starting a fight or argument with a stranger could lead to getting into trouble with the law.

In California, a person can violate the disturbing the peace law by doing the following:

  • Fighting with someone in a public place.
  • Creating loud noises with the intent to disturb someone.
  • Instigating a fight with offensive words.

Any kind of behavior that fits into one of these 3 categories is considered disturbing the peace, and can lead to police involvement.

Disturbing the peace is typically considered a misdemeanor offense, though it can be charged as only an infraction is some cases. The usual penalties for disturbing the peace are: a maximum of 90 days in jail, a fine of up to $400, or a combination of both.

If you, or someone you know, is arrested for disturbing the peace, Bail Bonds in Carson can help you. We have helped thousands of Californians over the years, let us help you too. We can have you or your loved one out of jail and back home in no time at all.

For more information, just click Chat With Us or call 323-357-0575 now.

Bail Bonds in Bell Gardens

Telling a Child about a Spouse’s Arrest

Bail Bonds in Bell Gardens

Most people would assume that the hardest part of a loved one’s arrest would be bailing him or her out of jail. However, parents know that is not the case. The hardest part of dealing with your loved one’s arrest as a parent, is explaining it to your child. How do you explain to a child why their mom or dad is not at home?

Delivering this news to your child will be difficult, and how much information you share will be dependent on the child’s age and maturity. Younger children do not need all of the details, they just need to know that mommy or daddy will come back. Older children, who have a better understanding of jail, might want more information on what happened.

Your goal with talking to your child about your spouse’s arrest, is to put your child at ease. You do not want them to worry about any of this. It is important to emphasize to the child that their parent is not leaving the child. He or she will come back home. It is also important to emphasize that your spouse’s arrest was not the child’s fault in any way.

After you have broken the news to your children, you should begin working on bringing your spouse home. You can do this quickly by contacting the professionals here at Bail Bonds in Bell Gardens. With their professional help, your spouse can be out of jail in just a few short hours.

You can click Chat With Us or call 323-357-0575 now for a free consultation.

Bail Bonds in Inglewood

How Bail Works for Undocumented Immigrants

Bail Bonds in Inglewood

A United States citizen who is arrested for committing a crime will stand before a judge to learn whether or not he or she can post bail to be released from custody pre-trial. What happens if an undocumented immigrant is arrested? Will they be handed over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and then deported as soon as possible?

Undocumented immigrants are not left hopeless if they are arrested. They are not automatically deported. Although they are not citizens, they still have rights and resources that will assist and protect them as much as possible, including a handful of immigration bonds. The immigration bond will allow the immigrant to be released from custody until his or her court date.

  • Delivery Bond

    For someone to be released on a delivery bond, the immigrant has to obtain an arrest warrant and a notice of custody conditions. The delivery bond will ensure the immigrant will appear for their court hearing.

  • Voluntary Departure Bond

    The only way an immigrant can be released on a judge’s voluntary departure bond is if they voluntarily leave the U.S. by a specific date. The immigrant can avoid any and all remaining court hearings if they qualify for and agree to this bond. If the immigrant fails to leave the United States by their specified date, the bond is revoked and they will face further legal consequences.

  • Order of Supervision Bond

    Order of supervision bonds are reserved for individuals who must leave the United States, but are taking a little extra time while they obtain passports and other documents for their family, such as children. During this extra time, they are supervised by an agent and they must report to them on a regular basis to keep them updated on their progress.

Immigrants can pay for their immigration bond in two ways:

  1. With a surety bond where they work with a bond agent who typically will charge 15-20% of the total bond amount and is not refundable.
  2. With a cash bond where they pay ICE the full bond amount in cash or money order, which is refunded once the immigrant attends all their court hearings.

Since immigration bonds are different than bail bonds, many bail bond companies do not provide them. A person seeking an immigration bond will have to find a company that specializes in immigration bonds.

Bail Bonds in Huntington Park

How Bail can Affect Credit Score

Bail Bonds in Huntington Park

It is no secret that posting bail costs quite a bit of money, even with a bail bond, because it can still be thousands of dollars. Most people who need to pay for something this expensive will typically do so using a credit card because it is the fastest and most secure way to do so. It is not often a person can pay for something so expensive with just cash.

When someone is paying for a bail bond with their credit card, they are more concerned with getting it done quickly. They want their loved one to be freed as soon as possible. They are not as concerned about how doing so might affect their credit score. It is a generous, selfless act for them to pay for a bail bond, but it is still important for them to consider their financial situation once the legal troubles begin to mellow out.

Here are a couple situations where your credit score could be affected should you use credit to pay for a bail bond:

  • Taking out a loan could lower your credit score, but it could also boost it, depending on the type of loan and the policies attached to it.
  • Paying the entire bail with your credit card, but not being able to pay it off in full immediately may cause your score to suffer later down the line. The best practice for paying off credit cards is to always pay it off in full as soon as possible, rather than paying a portion and letting the rest roll over to the next credit card due date.

Every person is in a different scenario so one person can pay their bail with a credit card and their credit will not be affected, while another person could see their credit score change. It not only depends on how much they have to pay for the bail bond, but also how they are set up with their bank and how much credit balance they are allowed to have. In addition, it could also depend on the bail bond company they are working with. Some bail bond companies have a higher fee than others, and some are more flexible in terms of payment due dates and schedule.

Before committing to one bail bond company, and before committing to paying the entire bail on your credit card, conduct some research and get consultations from different bail bond companies to see what they charge and what their bail process is like.

You will also want to review your financial situation and check with your bank to review options on how you can afford to pay off the bail. A good bail bond company will work with you on a custom plan to fit your needs, and so will a good bank.

Bail Bonds in Hawthorne

Cyberbullying is a Crime in California

Bail Bonds in Hawthorne

In California, cyberbullying is a crime that is defined by a victim being specifically targeted, harassed, annoyed, or intimidated through electronic communications such as text messages or through social media. Cyberbullying is taken seriously, whether it was a joke or not, because the situation can end with serious consequences.

Two common types of cyberbullying. One is when the bully wants to threaten their victim and cause them to fear for their safety or the safety of their loved ones. The other is when the bully teases their victim with the intent to embarrass them and bring them shame. These are misdemeanor crimes in California and can be punished with up to 1 year in jail or a fine of up to $1,000.

Cyberbullying is particularly evident among students, and schools are supposed to take the matters seriously. In fact, all schools have anti-bullying policies in place, as well as procedures to prevent and address this type of misconduct.

In the most unfortunate and saddening incidences, the bullied victim takes their own life, or they attack their abusers, and/ or other innocent individuals by bringing a weapon to school.

Social media sites are common places for cyberbullying to take place due to how popular they are. These kinds of sites can reach many people. Just like schools have anti-bullying policies in place, social media networks also have certain anti-bullying policies as well.

In addition, they monitor the content that is posted online so they can catch inappropriate content, such as threats, and report it.

Bail Bonds in Lynwood

Passing Cars While Driving

Bail Bonds in Lynwood

It is no surprise that Californians spend a lot of time behind the wheels of our cars. This means we spend a lot of time on the road, which makes it very likely that we’ve encountered other drivers who are less than great.

Every once in a while, we will come across a driver going far below the speed limit for that stretch of road. If luck is on your side, the driver will be in the right lane, leaving the left lane open to pass him or her. However, this is usually not the case. Often times, the slow driver is in the left lane, which is meant for faster traffic, or is in the only lane. This leads to other drivers trying to pass.

If done improperly, this can lead to serious accidents, especially in the case of 2-lane highways. In the case of 2-lane roads, passing is tricky. A driver may only pass another vehicle if there is a passing lane, or the yellow line separating the 2 lanes is dotted on the side of the car wishing to pass. If the yellow is solid on your side of the road, you cannot cross that line. It is also illegal to pass a car when visibility is restricted due to curves or hills.

On freeways and other multi-lane roads, passing gets easier. In California, as with most other states, slower traffic is supposed to stay in the right most lane, while faster traffic uses the left lanes. If a driver is being passed by multiple vehicles, he or she should consider moving to the right most lane, if not already there. Doing this can help make other driver’s days easier and safer.