Alameda Bail Bond Store Answering Contact Sports

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The NBA Finals are here and things are getting intense and even personal among fans. This beloved game gets fans anxious and excited, but they can easily get riled too. Basketball is quite the contact sport these days, but the contact should only remain among the players and never the fans.

We are all too familiar with fights erupting between fans during and after sporting events since we have bailed out quite a few individuals because of such an incident. We will be right there for you too, just in case you need us for bail help. If you need bail bonds help, contact us online or call 510-444-4091. We will not let you down. We will get your loved one back home in time to catch the next game. Just make sure to keep them at home this time, instead of out at a bar, just to be safe.

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Do Not Let Your Loved One Going To Jail Ruin Your Day, Contact Alameda Bail Bond Store Right Away

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When your loved one get arrested, it can feel like you are having a very bad day and that everyone is out to get you. That is not the case, there are people ready to help you out during your time of need, just call Alameda Bail Bond Store and speak with one of our professional bail agents. We can help you get your friend or family member released from jail in no time at all.

We have been helping Californians get bailed out of jail since our founding in 1987. We are a family-owned company so we truly care about helping our clients and their families. Just give us your loved one’s name, birthday, and the county of his or her arrested. We will do the rest for you.

Our skilled bail agents at Alameda Bail Bond Store will find the rest of your information and begin setting up the bail bond...

How to Get Away With Jail

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If How To Get Away With Murder is one of your favorite shows at the moment, then How To Get Away With Jail will be your new favorite lesson.

To get away with jail, you will need to bail out. That is, if you have been granted bail. And assuming this is the case, you must decide if you want to sort out your bail responsibilities on your own or with help from Alameda Bail Bond Store.

Alameda Bail Bond Store would offer you a bail bond for which you would only pay a 10% premium, 10% of the full bail. You would also be put on a monthly payment plan that caters to your other financial needs so you are not struggling to come up with the money immediately. You will have terms and conditions to obey during your time released from jail, such as going to all court appointments...

How To Spend Summer In Jail

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Spending time in jail is totally on your to-do list this summer, isn’t it? You can’t wait for your moment. Everything is so unexpected that it excites you and makes you nervous. Looking for the best, most memorable road to jail? Keep on reading!

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    We all like to think we’re pretty invincible when it comes to drinking and driving. Admit it – you’ve done it before and you didn’t have any problems. You will continue to do it and won’t run into any problems. Except at some point, you will, and you will have to deal with the aftermath. Be prepared for some tough fines, possible jail time, and perhaps even dealing with any injuries to yourself or others.

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Alameda Bail Bond Store Takes Care of the Community

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At Alameda Bail Bond Store, we do not just help bail people out of jail, we help their community as well. All of our many bail bondsmen live in the area they work. They are a part of your community too. When you spend money within local businesses, that money stays local. When you use your money to bail out a loved one with Alameda Bail Bond Store, it will not only help you, but the community as a whole.

We help hundreds of people every day, all over California, making us a statewide company. However, we never forget to help out the communities where we work. Every year, we support local events such as Thunder on the Lot in Lancaster and other such events. Events like these give back to the community and we are proud to be a part of them.

Not only does Alameda Bail Bond Store give back ...

Can Bail Ever Be Lowered?

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It is not often a judge will lower a bail amount after it has been formally announced, but every now and then it does happen. It happened recently for an Orange County, CA man: Henry Rodriguez.

Rodriguez was arrested in 1998 for double murder and his bail was set at $1 million. Today, he is still in custody but his bail now sits at $500,000. Here is what has happened since his arrest:

Rodriguez was originally convicted but then granted a new trial in 2003 because investigators never informed Rodriguez of his right to remain silent; his Miranda Rights. They had illegally coerced a confession from him.

Rodriguez was convicted again at the conclusion of his second trial, but the defense claimed there was a jailhouse informant, and the prosecution did not turn over records of this informant...

Keep Calm And Don’t Get Yourself Arrested Too

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If you’re in a situation where the police are, at that moment, arresting your friend, do not give the police any reason to arrest you too. We understand that you are angered by the situation and want to help your friend out, and you’re probably verbally arguing with the cops. But be careful as to not get yourself cuffed either. Don’t let your frustration of the escalated situation get too much for you.

So here’s what you should do and how you can help your friend:

  • Calm down and cooperate.
  • Speak with one of the officers and find out why your friend is being arrested and where they are taking him or her.
  • Get the officer’s name, badge number, and vehicle number.
  • Record the time and where this event is happening.
  • Get statements and contact information from any available witn...

The Most Reliable Bail Agents in California Are at Alameda Bail Bond Store

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When you are looking to get a friend or family member bailed out of jail, you want someone who will be there for you. You want someone who is reliable; you want an Alameda Bail Bond Store bail agent. You can always count on our bail bondsmen to be there for you and your loved one when you need them most.

We have bail agents located all across California working in offices, or roaming the areas between our offices, looking for people to help. We serve all of California with the best bail bonds help we can provide. We treat all of our clients with the dignity and respect that they deserve.

The bail bondsmen at Alameda Bail Bond Store are available to assist you and your loved one whenever you need them. Day or night, you will be able to get into contact with one our highly skilled bail a...

Don’t Give Up, Even If Your Loved One Has

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When a loved one of yours in jail, it can be very easy for them to give up on themselves. They’ve gotten themselves into a very tough situation and from behind bars, it’s hard to see any good coming in the near future. They’re angry, sad, and feel defeated. So, it’s up to you to help them through this situation.

We’re not going to lie, it will be a tiring, stressful ordeal – for them. For you, it can be as well but remember that they face the worst, so try not let them see you stress. One of the biggest ways you can support them and help them see even just a little bit of hope is by securing a bail bond for their immediate release from jail. This enables them to return home, go back to work, and spend time with family and friends who are nothing but supportive and loving...

The Evolution of Bail

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When judges set a specific amount of money a defendant, or anyone on their behalf, must pay to the court to be released from jail, this is known as bail. This concept in the justice system has evolved over centuries and has quite the history.

Bail first began through the common laws of medieval England. The defendant would be relinquished from jail to a friend or relative (known as a surety) who would ensure the defendant appeared in court, instead of sitting in jail for many months. If the defendant failed to go to court, the surety would be punished and there was little protection and rights for the surety to prevent this compromising situation. Later on courts adopted the method of monetary bail payment to replace the concept of risking the relative or friend. The U.S. developed the