People always have questions about bail and the bail process. This is due to the fact that most people are never taught about bail. Schools don’t teach it, and the hope is that most people will not need to know about bail. After all, who wants to think that their friend or family member might get arrested?
Here at Bail Bonds in San Francisco, we like to do everything that we can to help our clients. This means we need to do more than just rescue their friends and family members from jail, we need to answer their questions too. This is why we do everything that we can to educate our clients on the bail process.
• How much does bail cost in California?
The cost of bail is dependent on many different factors...
If you are like most people, than you do have questions about bail. Sometimes, finding answers for those questions is easy. Basic answers can be found all over the web, even on this website. However, finding specific answer about bail with regards to your friend or family member can be difficult.
That is when you need to talk to a professional. The best way to do that is by contacting Bail Bonds in San Francisco. We have dozens of professional bail agents who can offer their advice and expertise. All consultations with our agents are free, and our agents are available 24/7, so there is no reason not to call right now.
To get specifics on your loved one’s case, our agents are going to need a little bit of information...
Thanks to the way bail is portrayed on television, many people have little to no understanding of how it actually works. Some people are under the impression that they can bail a loved one out of jail at any time. They do not realize that there is actually a window of opportunity when a person is actually bailable. Once that window closes, the person cannot be released from jail.
The average person is only bailable during their trial period. This is the time from when the person is arrested to when the person is either found innocent or guilty. After a person has been sentenced, they can no longer bail out of jail.
The other version of the question: when a person can be bailed out of jail, is at what time of day can a person be bailed out? This depends on the bail bond company itself...
As with any decision, there are pros and cons to bailing somebody out of jail with a bail bond. Due to this fact people, understandably, have a lot of questions about the bail bond process. After all, most people have never needed to bail a friend or family member out of jail before. Here is a quick list of some of the pros and cons of bailing someone out of jail with a bail bond.
• Bail bond companies are open 24/7
• 90% cheaper than the bail itself
• Get expert help from professional agents
• Can be paid for with a payment plan
• Rescues your loved one from jail
• Extra discounts are available
• Don’t get the bail bond money back in the end
• Can only get help in the state where the company is licensed
• Not all bail agents are trustworthy
As you can see from this ...
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...
It probably comes as no surprise to anybody that politicians do not always come up with the best ideas when it comes to laws. Many times, it can be argued that their hearts were in the right place, they simply failed on the delivery of the new law. Others times, there is simply no explanation for the law.
You can find proof of this, by simply looking through the different laws of not just California, but other states as well. It would seem no state is safe from have a law that would make you scratch your head in confusion.
• Women may not drive in a house coat in California.
• Citizens in Virginia must honk their horn when passing other cars.
• At a wake in Massachusetts, mourners may not have more than 3 sandwiches.
• In Iowa, tanning bed facilities must warn of the risk of getting a ...
The rise of YouTube has created several celebrities on the web. The site has made it possible for ordinary people to create their own fame. This has led to hundreds of thousands of people trying to climb their way to the top. Some of these people, attempt to do crazy or insane stunts to gain a following and get views.
More often than not, these stunts end in disaster. Someone ends up getting hurt, or worse, because the performer fails to do the stunt safely they try to do the stunt right away, without any sort of rehearsal or testing.
Recently, a Minnesota woman accidentally shot her boyfriend while trying to film a stunt for a YouTube video. The plan was for her to shoot a .50 caliber Desert Eagle at a book that her boyfriend was holding in front of his chest...
Toward the end of last year, California finally made it a law to protect citizens who, in good faith and after exhausting all other options to no avail, break into hot vehicles to rescue a dog. Since the law has gone into effect, there have been few incidences where such action needed to take place. Now, summer is here and for the first time since the law went into effect, the temperatures will consistently top 70 and 80 degrees daily. This means that more dogs are vulnerable to being left alone in a hot vehicle while their owner runs an errand.
There are certain steps and conditions in order for the individual, who broke into the car, to be protected from criminal charges. This person first must be certain that there is no way of opening the vehicle without breaking in...
When there is an emergency that requires immediate professional attention and care, the number to dial is 911. Emergencies include reporting a fire, or a car accident. Basically anything where fire, police, or medical attention is needed in order to save a life, reduce damaged property, catch a criminal, or rescue someone.
Emergencies do not include a restaurant running out of the barbecue sauce you wanted, really disliking your neighbor because they play loud music all the time, or not knowing how to unclog your toilet. There are certain times when calling 911 is and is not warranted for an incident.
In every state, including California, it is illegal to dial 911 if it is not an emergency. A person who abuses the hotline can be charged with an infraction and fined...