Want to Bail Someone out of Jail?

Want to Bail Someone out of Jail?

Want to Bail Someone out of Jail?


No one in their right mind would volunteer to spend time in jail. This is due to the fact that jail is not a pleasant place to be. It is essentially adult timeout. That is why everyone does everything in their power to avoid getting arrested and sent to jail. Unfortunately, despite some people’s best efforts, they still end up behind bars. When this happens, they often turn to their family for help.

While people can always rely on their family for assistance, most people have no idea how to deal with an arrest. The only time they’ve ever encountered bail before was on television. The family may not know what to do, but that is not a problem so long as they contact Lynwood Bail Bond Store.

For 30 plus years, Bail Bonds in Lynwood has provided professional bail help for all Californians. No matter where a client is located in the state, or where their loved one is being held, we can help them. Our agents are working in offices all over the state, or roaming the areas in between to ensure that they can help everyone.

To get started with bailing someone out of jail, a person simply needs to contact one of our bail agents. This can be done at any time of the day or night. Once that is done, our bail agents will start working with the client to create an affordable payment plan. Once that is done, our agents will deliver the bond to the jail.

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

Just because a person doesn’t know how to post bail, doesn’t mean they cannot rescue a loved one from jail. They just need help from the professionals here at Bail Bonds in Lynwood. We have helped thousands of Californians rescue their loved ones from jail since 1987. Let us help get a friend or family member out of jail today.

Are you ready to begin? If so, call (323) 357-0575 or click Chat With Us now.

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Don’t Disturb the Peace

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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.

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What To Do When Your Loved One Needs You Most

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When a person is arrested, it is too easy to believe that the rest of their life as they had planned it to be, goes down the drain. As far as they are concerned, their reputation is tainted for life, they can kiss their dream job goodbye, and some friends and family will distance themselves. As far as they are concerned, they have little hope to cling to as they wait, scared, disappointed, and full of regret, for the next steps after their arrest.

This is where you can swoop in and help save the day. Remind this person that no matter what happened, what they are being accused of, and what the eventual outcome is, you are going to support them throughout this whole situation.

Here are some things you can do to help your loved one:

  • Bail

    Once your loved one learns what their bail is, contact Carson Bail Bond Store to get a bail bond. They will set you and your loved one up on a payment plan for the 10% premium, making it faster and more affordable for your loved one to be released on bail, as opposed to 100% cash bail. Carson Bail Bond Store will be available to assist you throughout the entire bail process.

  • Lawyer

    Your loved one should be represented in court by a good lawyer. You can help them get in touch with a lawyer, and make sure it is someone who specializes in, or is at least familiar with, the crime for which your loved one is being accused of. For example, if your loved one was arrested for domestic violence, you should find a lawyer who typically fights similar cases, not a medical malpractice lawyer. Get the best lawyer you can.

  • Home Life

    Your loved one will need to situate back into their daily routine as much as possible, but it will be interrupted now and then because of court and other legal obligations they may have, such as attending counseling. If you can manage it with your own schedule, help out around the house when they need you, like picking their kids up from school and babysitting for the evening while they attend their counseling session.

  • Emotional Support

    Remind this person that you are going to be there for them, no matter what – but do not overdo it. Your loved one could put up the strongest front but behind closed doors they may break down. What they are going through is a stress and feeling that most others, including yourself, will never fully understand. It is your job, however, to remind them that they will get past this. This is an unexpected obstacle, but their original life plan for themselves is still ahead.

This can be a lot for you to take on, but remember that your loved one is feeling the burden. Plus, you will have other friends and family supporting this person, right next to you. Together, you have the power to get this person through the situation and give them hope again.

Get started with contacting Carson Bail Bond Store online or at 323-357-0575.

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Can Defendants Travel While Out On Bail?

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One of the more common concerns with bail bond release terms is whether or not the defendant is allowed to travel while out on bail. The answer can vary from defendant to defendant, and depends on the situation. Here are some examples:

Jane, out on bail, has no travel restrictions. This means she is allowed to travel to a neighboring city, another state, even out of the country. She just needs to make sure she shows up for her court appointments.

Gavin just posted bail and has travel restrictions. He is a California resident, and is only allowed to travel to Oregon, Washington, and Arizona for family, friends, and business. Any states other than those are off-limits. If he violates these terms, he can be taken back into custody. Gavin needs to make sure he shows up for court appointments.

Chris has posted bail and is not allowed to travel outside his county at all. He also must stay at least 100 meters away from certain people or places within his county. Violations result in his re-arrest. Just like all other defendants out on bail, Chris will need to appear for court as scheduled.

A court is not going to change hearing dates to accommodate travel plans. Defendants need to take this matter seriously.

If you, or a loved one, are ever arrested and need professional assistance in posting bail, please contact Carson Bail Bond Store online, or at 323-357-0575.