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Get a Bail Bond with No Money: A Step-by-Step Guide

February 1, 2024

Facing any form of legal issue can be overwhelming, especially when finances are tight. If you or somebody you know…

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What Happens If I Forget to Check In with My Bail Bonds?

February 1, 2024

Securing a bail bond is crucial to getting back to a sense of normality; however, we can all be prone…

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What Does it Mean to be a Bail Bond Reference?

February 1, 2024

For anybody undergoing the bail bond process for the first time, it can be an overwhelming and unfamiliar experience. It…

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Starting a Bail Bond Company in California: A Step-by-Step Guide

February 1, 2024

What goes into starting a bail bond company in California, and how difficult is it to do? Contrary to what…

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Does Your Bond Go Down When You Stay in Jail?

February 1, 2024

When you’re charged with a crime and arrested, the court will typically set bail. This is an amount calculated based…

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What is a Bail Bond Hearing? A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding the Process

February 1, 2024

In the state of California, almost everyone who is arrested can be released from jail with bail. The only exceptions…

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What Authority Do Bail Bond Agents Have?

January 2, 2024

Bail bond agents have significant authority (and duty) in California to ensure the law takes its course. They act as…

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What Does Violation Of Bail Bond Mean?

January 2, 2024

Bail bond conditions are a list of requirements you must comply with to remain free after arrest. These include attending…

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What Happens If Someone Takes Their Name Off Your Bond?

January 2, 2024

In California, the law allows co-signers to take their name off your bond and withdraw from the bail bond agreement.…

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What Happens if You Co-Sign a Bail Bond and Don’t Pay: Explained

December 1, 2023

There are many instances when cosigning a bail bond is a good idea. More often than not it’s to help…

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