A Bail Bond Company That Is Always There for You

A Bail Bond Company That Is Always There for You

A Bail Bond Company That Is Always There for You

 

When it comes to taking care of family, most people will stop at nothing to provide for the people that they care about. Unfortunately, there are times when a person can’t be protected for one reason or another. In those times, bad things can happen. This is typically what happens when a person gets arrested.

Discovering that a friend or family member has been arrested can be shocking, even devastating. However, it does not have to be the end of the world. In many cases, a person can be bailed out of jail. Often times, it is simply a matter of the loved ones caring enough to try to post bail. While bail may seem intimidating, it actually isn’t with the right help.

For over 30 years, Bail Bonds in Norwalk has aided Californians with bailing out there loved ones. Unlike our competitors, we care about our clients. The minute you start talking with one of our bail agents, they begin working for you. They will answer all of your questions about bail, and guide you through each step of the bail process.

Here at Bail Bonds in Norwalk, we do our very best to always be there for our clients. We do this because we know that an arrest can happen at any time, therefore our bail agents have to be ready at any time. Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will always be available to take care of you and offer their assistance.

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

When you come to Bail Bonds in Norwalk for help, you can count on getting the help you need to rescue your loved one from jail. Our agents are available 24/7 to offer their assistance. You can count on them to always be there for you when you need help getting a loved one out of jail.

What are you waiting for? You can call (323) 357-0575 or click Chat With Us to get started right away.


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Fines for Misusing Your Drone

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Drone flying can be fun, and get some great aerial footage, but drones are not toys. Anyone who flies a drone must do so within the rules and regulations set by the FAA. Even if a person is not intentionally flying their drone in violation of the restrictions, it is no excuse. Not knowing the rules will not prevent you from needing to fines that are around a few hundred to one, to two thousand dollars. Here are some past instances where a person was mishandling the operation of their drone, and was forced to pay a fine as a result.

  • Tuscaloosa, AL, November 2015
    Gregory Taylor was flying his drone over the Bryant Denny Football stadium during tailgating when it hit a pedestrian. He turned himself in and was fined $1,100.

  • San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 2015
    Two drones collided in midair and crashed into the ocean. Both Marcos Plaja-Ferreira and Alberto Haber-flores were each fined $1,100 because of damage to a nearby hotel.

  • Manhattan, New York, July 2014
    A police helicopter chased after a drone that was flying too close to the George Washington Bridge. The NYPD initially reported that the helicopter had to perform evasive maneuvers to avoid colliding with the drone but as it turns out, they embellished this story. As a result, the drone operator, Remy Castro, had his $1,600 fine reduced to $800.

  • Manhattan, New York, September 2013
    David Zablidowski, the first person to ever be fined for flying a drone, flew his drone into several buildings. He was fined $2,200 but his case was settled for $400.

  • Washington DC, May 2015
    It is illegal to fly drones within 30 miles of DC, unless the person has special permission from the government. Damian Dizard and Monica Singleton did not have special permission when they flew their drone within the restricted area. They were fined $3,300 each.

Owning and operating a private or commercial drone requires maturity to do so within the laws. If you, or someone you know, owns a drone, make sure you are well red with what is and is not allowed. You definitely do not want to get police attention, or be fined a few thousand dollars.


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Debunking Common Bail Bond Myths

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Contrary to popular belief, bail agents do not dress and talk like a bodyguard or club bouncer. Some may have the build of one, but not all of us. You really have nothing to be afraid of or intimidated of when you approach a bail bond company like Norwalk Bail Bond Store. In fact, we are some of the most genuine, helpful, and honest strangers you will ever meet. Here are some more real truths to those very fake myths.

  • Myth: Bail bonds are scams.
  • Truth: Bail bonds are not scams. There is nothing sketchy here. The bail bond industry is a legitimate business that is an alternative to cash bail and a 100% legal way to get a loved one out of jail. The premium costs 10% of the full bail amount and comes with a payment plan, 0% interest, and no hidden fees. We work directly with you, the court, and the jail to get the process over and done with, to get your loved one freed.

  • Myth: Bail bondsmen can negotiate for a lower bail.
  • Truth: Unfortunately, bail bondsmen cannot negotiate a lower bail for your loved one. In addition, it is rare for a judge to lower bail once it has been declared in court. Though your Norwalk Bail Bond Store agent cannot lower bail, we can get you a payment plan that is tailored to your financial needs so financial stress is less of an issue.

  • Myth: Bail bonds must be paid for in cash.
  • Truth: Cash is an accepted form of payment, but so is debit, credit, and checks. Bail bonds are designed to be more accommodating, convenient, and flexible. Whatever form of payment you wish to make is up to you – just make sure payments are made on time.

Still have questions? Call up Norwalk Bail Bond Store at 323-357-0575 or speak with an agent online. Consultations are free and we are happy to help you out!


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Can I Still be Charged for a Crime 10 Years Later?

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If you committed some sort of illegal action some years ago, and continue to think about how you got away with it. If you worry that it is going to come back and haunt you one day, you should learn what ‘statute of limitations’ means.

A statute of limitations refers to the time within which legal proceedings may be brought against the suspect. This time period ranges based on what the crime is – it could be 5 years, 10 years, or there may not be a statute of limitations at all, like for very serious crimes such as murder. The clock starts ticking when the crime has been discovered.

So, if you committed a crime 3 years ago, and prosecutors have 5 years to charge you, you can be charged anytime between now and 2 years. However, if you committed a crime 6 years ago and the statute of limitations was 3 years, you are off the hook.

So if you are worrying about whether or not you can still get in trouble for something illegal you did a few years back, look up the statute of limitations for the crime.

In the instance you are arrested and charged for that crime, Norwalk Bail Bond Store can help you post bail. We offer affordable bail bonds and custom payment plans, making it easier and faster for defendants to post bail.

Norwalk Bail Bond Store can be reached online and at 323-357-0575.


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Yes, Your Tax Return can be Used Towards Bail

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At Norwalk Bail Bond Store, we are often asked if tax return money can be applied towards bail bond payments and the answer is always yes. Once the return is successfully transferred into your bank account, it is 100% your money and up to you to decide what you want to do with it. This means you can use it to pay for a bail bond.

If you wish to use your tax return money for a bail bond payment, then you can write a check or send in cash. Norwalk Bail Bond Store also has a convenient and secure online payment portal if you wish to use a debit or credit card for payment.

Make sure you stay on top of your bail bond payment plan. Keep receipts of transactions and payments. Do not fall behind because this would jeopardize the bail bond and your loved one’s freedom.

Just like you are being a support system to your loved one who is out on bail, we, Norwalk Bail Bond Store, will also act as a support system for you. Your Norwalk Bail Bond Store agent will be there to assist and advise you through the entire process. We want to get your loved one out of jail as much as you do.

Norwalk Bail Bond Store can be contacted anytime, anywhere in California. Just call 323-357-0575 or speak with an agent online.


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Catch Up and Get Ahead on Bail Bond Payments Using Your Tax Return

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We hope you have not gone and spent all the money you got from your tax return already. This money can be used toward that bail bond you are paying off. You should consider doing so if you find that you are close to falling behind on payments, or if your finances are spread a little thin.

Whether it is a bail bond for yourself or a loved one, if you are paying for it, you should definitely categorize this with your priority payments like rent and utilities. Although you do have the custom payment plan, and Norwalk Bail Bond Store is accommodating and flexible, it does not mean that it is okay to fall behind on payments. Norwalk Bail Bond Store worked with you on a payment plan tailored to your financial situation. Now you need to stay on track with this plan.

Applying the money you received from your tax return on your payments is a responsible decision. In fact, even if you are not falling behind on payments, you can still set aside this money for your remaining payments. Plan ahead. This will make the situation less stressful.

Keep in contact with your Norwalk Bail Bond Store agent, as they will help keep you on track. They are here to make this bail situation as fast and stress-free as possible. They are on your side, so reach out to them anytime you have a question or a concern.

Norwalk Bail Bond Store can be reached 24/7, both online, and at 323-357-0575.


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Norwalk Bail Bond Store is Committed to You

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30 years ago, the founding family here at Norwalk Bail Bond Store sat down and laid out a set of values, goals, and a mission. Today, we continue to believe in these same fundamentals that have not only brought our business success, but have also brought our clients relief, freedom from stress and pain, and a reunited family.

Norwalk Bail Bond Store promises to

  • Provide fast, friendly, confidential service.
  • Review payment arrangements.
  • Provide receipts for all collateral and money.
  • Provide updates on the defendant’s court obligations.
  • Go into detail on the steps of the bail bond process, what to expect, and what the client is signing for and his or her contractual responsibilities.
  • Return collateral after obligations are met.

Our company’s mission is to provide each of our valued clients with fast, confidential, and courteous service. We believe in the right to bail and that a person is innocent until proven guilty. We also believe each person has the right to a fair and speedy trial and has the right to be represented by an attorney.

Norwalk Bail Bond Store is committed to you. Anytime you need a bail bond, whether it’s in the middle of the day or the middle of the night, you can count on Norwalk Bail Bond Store.

Talk to a professional and get a free consultation online, or at 323-357-0575.


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The Best Agents at Norwalk Bail Bond Store

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With your loved one’s freedom literally in the hands of a stranger at Norwalk Bail Bond Store, you must have anxiety running through you. That is in addition to the stress and other emotions you are dealing with knowing that your loved one is sitting in jail. Let us help you ease that stress.

Norwalk Bail Bond Store bail agents are licensed professionals. We require all representatives to complete mandatory training courses to keep their license up-to-date. Included in these courses are not only the technical aspects of going through the bail bond process, but also sensitivity and customer service training. At Norwalk Bail Bond Store, we only employ those who are in this profession because they genuinely want to help another family. You will find some comfort just by talking with your Norwalk Bail Bond Store agent.

With your friendly and kind agent, comes an affordable bail bond with a flexible payment plan, quick and confidential service, and a reunited family. You get only the best at Norwalk Bail Bond Store, and part of that is due to the continual training that we give to our bail agents.

Norwalk Bail Bond Store can be reached 24/7, both online, and at 323-357-0575.


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Rainy Weather Driving Checklist

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It looks like California may be on its way out of a drought. We have seen more rain this year, than we have the last few years. With that being said, how up-to-date is your knowledge on driving in wet weather? Do you know the best precautions to take and what tips to follow to practice safe driving?

Here is Norwalk Bail Bond Store’s checklist for wet-weather driving:

    Before driving:

  • Make sure all vehicle lights are working properly: headlights, tail lights, brake lights, signal lights, daytime running lights, high beams, interior lights.
  • Make sure windshield wipers are working and in good condition.
  • Make sure your car horn is working.
  • Check your brakes.
  • Check air levels in tires and the tire treads.
  • Take note that the first rainy day after a dry spell always produces the slipperiest roads.

While driving:

  • Brake sooner than you normally would. This gives you extra space between you and the car ahead and gives the car behind you more time to react.
  • Headlights must be on when the windshield wipers are in use, even if it is sunny.
  • If you feel your car hydroplaning, take your foot off the gas, do not step on the brake. Keep a steady grip of your steering wheel and you will feel your car gain traction again.
  • Drive at a slower speed and drive with more space between you and the car ahead.

Be extra alert when you are driving in the rain. Rainy weather causes more road accidents. Most accidents can be avoided if you simply take your time and be careful out there.


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When Being Greedy During the Holidays Is Justified

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Believe it or not, there may be exceptions to the whole giving concept of the holiday spirit, where instead, you need to be greedy for yourself. At first, your loved ones may not understand, but when you explain yourself, then they will completely understand. Then they may be in a giving mood and decide to help you out.

The reason you need to be a little selfish this holiday season and not buy them gifts like you normally would, is so you can pay off your bail bond and ensure that you can stay out of jail. If you miss a payment, your bail bond will be revoked and you will be taken back into custody.

Since you are paying a bail bond rather than cash bail, you are paying 90% less. However, you do not have all the money in the world, so you still need to carefully budget your finances. With your family and friends in-the-know, some are bound to help out and pay.

To learn more about bail bonds, please talk to a representative from Norwalk Bail Bond Store online or at 323-357-0575.