Think There Might Be a Warrant Out for Your Arrest?

Think There Might Be a Warrant Out for Your Arrest?

Have you ever wondered if there is a warrant out for your arrest? If so, and you feel embarrassed that you do not know for sure, do not worry. This is actually far more common than people realize. Warrants get issued for peoples’ arrests all of the time. A warrant can be issued just because a person has too many unpaid parking tickets.

The fact of the matter is, warrants for peoples’ arrest get issued all of the time, and that does not mean the person knows about the warrant. They may find out through some way, such as a friend hearing about it from another friend, but they do not know for sure. Now, they need to confirm whether or not a warrant for their arrest exists, but how do they do that?

As it turns out, we offer free warrant checks for all Californians here at Bail Bonds in ...

Free Warrant Checks in California

Free Warrant Checks in California

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 San Francisco 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.

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Legalizing Psychedelic Mushrooms in California?

Legalizing Psychedelic Mushrooms in California?

California may be one of the first states to legalize the use of psychedelic mushrooms, or at least that is one man’s plans. Kevin Saunders, who is a dispensary owner, activist, and currently running for mayor in Marina, wants to legalize the usage of these mushrooms for adults aged 21 and older.

The push for this measure has been spurred on by the recent passing of Prop 64, which legalized the recreational use of marijuana. This is why Saunders filed his measure with the office of California Attorney General. The Attorney General’s office is currently reviewing the measure before approving it for supporter circulation.

Even if the measure is cleared by the Attorney General’s office, it still has a long way to go before it could appear on a ballot next year...

Everyone has the Right to Bail

Everyone has the Right to Bail

Here in the US, everyone has the right to bail in most cases. Of course, there are a few instances when bail can be denied, but for the most part are granted the opportunity to post bail. This is great, because it allows a defendant to stay out of jail during the trial period, which opens them up to so many opportunities. This is why, if someone you know has been arrested and granted bail, you should help them.

When a person bails out of jail, they will be free for the remainder of their trial period. Once the trial is completed, they will either be free to go if they were found innocent, or arrested and taken into custody if they are found guilty. This freedom during the trail, helps a defendant avoid being punished for a crime that they have not been found guilty of...

What is an Infraction?

What is an Infraction?

If you have ever had a run in with the law, or just watch a lot of television, you have probably heard the term infraction before. You might have wondered what it meant since it was not explained very well.

While an infraction might sound scary and intimidating, it is actually far lees troublesome than you might imagine. Infractions are small criminal violations, such as various traffic and moving violations. The maximum punishment for an infraction is a $250 fine. A person cannot be arrested or incarcerated for an infraction level offense.

Crimes in California fall into three categories:

Felony – punishable by imprisonment and even death in the most severe cases.
Misdemeanor – Punishable by a maximum of 1 year in jail.
Infraction – Punishable by a max fine of $250.

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More Years, Less Complaints

More Years, Less Complaints

When you are looking for professional help with something, the amount of time the company has been in business should be a deciding factor for you. Another, just as important, factor to consider will be how past clients feel about the company. You should consider both of these factors when looking at any company, especially a bail bond company.

Nobody likes the idea of needing to bail someone out of jail. Unfortunately, thousands of people are arrested every single day. There is a good chance that you may need to bail someone out in the future.

When looking at a bail bond company, you need to consider how long the company has been in business, and how many past customers complain about the company...

Is Bail Ever Denied?

Is Bail Ever Denied?

Some people may not realize this, but there is a chance that a person can be denied bail after his arrest. While the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution prevents excessive bail, is does not guarantee that everyone will be allowed bail. There are some instances when a person is denied bail, and most people would agree with those instances.

The main reason that an arrested person would be denied bail, is that he poses a danger to the community. This fact is often determined by looking at the crime that the person was arrested for. People who were arrested for violent crimes are always denied bail. Nobody wants someone who has been accused of murder to be able to roam free on the streets.

Another common reason for a person being denied bail is that he poses a flight risk...

Texting and Driving Laws in California

Texting and Driving Laws in California

Texting while driving is against the law in the state of California. That has been the case for several years, and it continues to be the case now, even with the recent amendments to the distracted driving laws here in the state.

It used to be, that the distracted driving laws specifically targeted things such as texting and driving. However, due to their specific nature, they left out a lot of other uses that smart phones have. With the new changes that took place in January of 2017, more scenarios are prohibited under distracted driving laws.

The new laws now prohibit the use of any wireless device while behind the wheel of a car. A drive can no longer use his or her smartphone for anything while driving...

The Strange Laws of California

The Strange Laws of California

The state of California is no stranger weirdness. It is part of what makes the state so great. However, there are some laws out there that are pretty strange. While it is unlikely that anyone would ever be arrested for breaking any of laws, you still can’t help but wonder how they came into existence in the first place.

Here are a few of the strange laws that can be found in the state of California:
 

• Women may not drive while wearing a house coat. Perhaps they were deemed too indecent at the time.
• Animals are banned from matting publicly within 1,500 feet of a school, tavern, or place of worship. Hopefully someone remembered to tell the animals about this law.
• Bathhouses are illegal. After all, we can’t have people getting clean in a communal setting.
• Sunshine is guarantee...

Who Sets the High Bail Prices?

If you have ever needed to bail a friend or family member out of jail, you have probably seen how expensive it can be. Bailing someone out of jail probably made you wonder who determines the prices for bail and bail bonds.

When people contact a bail bond company to help them bail their friend out of jail, they are usually trying to get a bail at a more affordable price. However, even a bail bond can be too expensive for some people. Some people might think that this is simply because the company is greedy, but that is not the case. Bail bond prices are actually controlled by the Department of Insurance (DOI). In California, bail bond companies have to charge 10% of the price of the bail they are paying for...