The state of California has what is known as a mandatory parole system. This means that any time a person finishes their prison sentence, they have to then be put on parole. When a person is on parole, they may be out of jail, but they have to live a restricted lifestyle. There will be certain conditions placed upon the person that they need to follow.
If the person fails to follow those conditions, they could get themselves into even more trouble. That is the last thing a person wants when they are on parole and so close to being done with their punishment. This is why a parolee has to take their parole terms and conditions seriously.
Common Parole Conditions
When a person is released from prison, they are expected to follow all laws, more so than other people...
Have you heard of the proposed bill by Senator Scott Weiner from San Francisco that would allow bars to stay open later? State Bill 384, which is referred to as “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night” or LOCAL Act for short, will allow communities to adjust how late restaurants and bars can serve alcohol.
Under this new law, city governments would be able to adjust the time from 2am, to anywhere up to 4am. This gives the city more control over the serving of alcohol, which can greatly affect nightlife in the city. Many cities across the state of California rely on having a busy night life to help support the local economy.
The law will not force cities to change the cut off call for serving alcohol. What it does is let cities extend the last call time from 2am to 4am.
This is not th...
Someone who is arrested has been accused of a crime. They are legally considered innocent until proven guilty in court, but their trial in court may not happen for some time after their arrest. What happens to the accused during this time? It is not fair to keep the accused in custody unless they are considered danger to the community, or they are likely to flee before their trial. If the defendant is deemed safe, he or she has the opportunity to post bail and be released from custody.
A defendant can post bail by paying the entire bail by him or herself, or with the help of loved ones. They will need to turn over 100% of the bail cost before they can actually be released, but this is refundable later on as long as they show up for their scheduled court date.
The second way a defendan...
Easter Sunday is a family holiday. You spend the day helping your children dye Easter eggs without making too much of a mess, hunting for candy-filled Easter Eggs before the others find them, visiting the Easter Bunny, and devouring a delicious family meal that no one else can beat. This is not a day you would want your husband or wife missing out on because they are in jail. How are you going to explain their absence to your children? Even if you did not say anything, children are intuitive and they will notice that someone important in their life someone who makes Easter so great, is missing.
No worries, you can bring your partner home in time for the Easter celebrations! If you thought affording their bail would be an issue, think again. It will be easy when you have Daly City Bail B...
In the hardest, most stressful times, you deserve to have only the best help guiding you, assisting you, and offering you the top professional advice and service. As far as the bail bond industry goes, the best is Daly City Bail Bond Store.
When would I need a bail bond company?
You would need a bail bond company if you or a loved one has been arrested and put into jail. Once your loved one has been arraigned, but before they have gone to court, the defendant can either post bail and be released from jail, or remain locked up.
Daly City Bail Bond Store assists with bail by offering affordable bail bonds. We understand that each family’s needs and situations are different, which is why we work with each client to create custom payment plans at Daly City Bail Bond Store...
Daly City Bail Bond Store provides affordable bail bonds for defendants who are held in California jails. Bail bonds are an alternative method to posting bail and costs only 10% of the full bail amount. On top of that, this 10%, called the premium, is paid in increments over a payment plan, custom created to meet your financial needs. Here are the different ways you can pay for the bail bond:
Cash and checks – Bring it in or mail it.
Debit and credit – Swing by an office to make a transaction, or go online and use our convenient and secure online payment portal.
Tax return – Technically this would just fall under any of the above because once your tax return clears and is in your bank account, you would then proceed to pay for the bail bond in one of the above ways...
Choosing to post bail using a bail bond means:
• You pay less, overall
• You pay in increments over a custom payment plan
• You have an understanding, accommodating, and helpful bail agent
It does not mean that you should not prioritize bail bond payments. Keep track of what you owe and when. Also keep track of when you have made a payment. Look at your spending habits elsewhere. You may find that you need to re-work your budget so you can keep up with bail bond payments like you do your rent and utility bills.
Something you will want to keep an eye out for in the mail is your tax return. Hopefully this will be a rather hefty amount of money that you get back from the government. Instead of splurging this on a shopping spree, apply it towards your bail bond payments...
What makes Daly City Bail Bond Store the best bail bond company in California, is their foundation and mission. This is a 30 year old family founded, owned, and operated company built on family values. Each client is treated like a member of the family. They are given immediate, undivided attention, genuine concern care, and quick, service.
Daly City Bail Bond Store’s main goal is to bail defendants out of jail and reunite them with their family. We never us hidden fees, and we never charge interest. However, we do offer discounts. A bail bond through Daly City Bail Bond Store costs 10% of the full bail amount and that 10% can be paid off with a payment plan.
Daly City Bail Bond Store is available 24/7 statewide in California and you can get a free consultation to get started on bail...
When needing to post bail, a defendant has a couple of options. Which option he or she chooses is dependent on what they can afford.
The first option is cash bail. For this option, the defendant, and anyone on his or her behalf, must pay the full bail amount to the court in order for the defendant to be released. The full amount must be paid before the defendant will be released. The money can be refunded later on, if the defendant shows up for court and does not cause any further problems.
The second option is a bail bond, where the defendant hires a third party bail bond company to assist with the process. The defendant, and anyone on his or her behalf, will pay the bail bond company 10% of the full bail amount, which is called the premium...
You know the scheme, contracts are binding agreements filled with jargon written in ways that are meant to confuse the one who signs them. Small print is scarcely ever read word for word and even if it is, it does not always make sense to the person who signs the document. This fine print is worded in extremely formal manners can hurt the person who signed the document later on because that person did not take the time to read and understand the whole contract.
Plenty of bail bond companies utilize this to their advantage, fully knowing that the vast majority of clients do not know the bail bond industry or process at all.
Daly City Bail Bond Store is not one of these companies. We are utterly against preying on our already desperate clients.
Daly City Bail Bond Store is an honest, rel...