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Use Your Tax Return To Get Ahead On Bail Bond Payments

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From canceling your Netflix subscription to cutting back on dinner outings, when it comes to your budget, you may have thought you had it all figured out, even your upcoming bail bond payments. But, did you ever think about that tax refund you’re expecting to get anytime now?

Having to pay for a bail bond is not easy; it’s easier than paying for bail directly to court, but nonetheless, the cheaper bail bond method is still not the easiest. Besides, who really ever is prepared to pay for a bail bond?

Re-calculating your spending is the first step to planning how you can afford the bail bond. When your tax refund comes in, plan on using this money towards the bail bond as well. This extra money will help you either catch up on your payments, or get ahead...

Bail Out Of Jail And Into A Healthy, Supportive Home

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One arrest doesn’t have to ruin your entire life, especially if it is one where you were eligible for bail. Anyone who isn’t eligible for bail most likely committed a really awful crime which could really damage their reputation but because you’re not that person, you can still rise above your own situation. Your arrest stemmed from a crime of lesser evils. No one was harmed, physically. It may have been a mistake or it may have been intentional. But you truly regret it and you’re determined to redeem yourself.

Willowbrook Bail Bond Store is willing to help you on your “road to redemption”. We believe everyone has a since of decency in them and we want you to succeed. We’re going to help you bail out of jail because we support you...

Why You Should Always Post Bail

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Even though posting bail is a very expensive cost, is a cost that is most worth it. If a person is offered bail, they should absolutely take that opportunity. Some may decide not to post bail, but we at Artesia Bail Bond Store do not quite support that decision. We believe that by not posting bail, a person is denying themselves so much; such as:

  • second chance
  • redemption; happiness
  • friends and family
  • support
  • belief in one’s own self

They are either punishing themselves by not posting bail or they are simply trying to save that money because they cannot meet it, they’re unsure how they’ll recover in the long run financially, or they’re afraid to ask for financial support from loved ones.

However, with the right help from Artesia Bail Bond Store, you can afford bail...

Brighten A Day By Bailing Out

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Just like spring presents brighter, happier days, you too can brighten a loved one’s future, by helping them bail out of jail. Jail is not pleasant; it’s dirty, dark, and uncomfortable. It’s miserable and always cold. There is no sign of light (figuratively) and there is nothing productive about it.

You can change that for your loved one as quickly as possible by contacting Long Beach Bail Bonds. Perhaps the reason your loved one is still in jail is because he or she cannot afford to pay for bail by him or herself. But with your help, and maybe even the help of others, a bail bond is not out of the question.

Get your loved one out of jail and back home where they can be surrounded by family and friends, where they can be distracted with work and focus on being a good person...

Your Reaction To A Loved One’s Arrest

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There’s no predicting your reaction to hearing that a loved one has been arrested. Depending on the circumstance, the type of person they are, and how close you are to them, your reaction can be anywhere between shocked to angry, to not even being surprised. This would be your initial reaction. However how you handle the situation from this point forward will be different and can make a huge difference.

No matter how angry and disappointed you are in your loved one’s recent actions, it is of utmost importance that you support them and love them. Keep reminding them of that throughout this whole process. It can be very encouraging to them and will motivate them to be responsible during this and to become a better honest person.

What you can do is contact Long Beach Bail Bonds to get hi...

Social Media, Celebrities, And The Laws

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The more prevalent social media becomes in our everyday lives, the more cautious we have to be with what we post on it. Something you post can incriminate you without you initially realizing it.

For example, you might have heard that singer and actress Vanessa Hudgens is under investigation for allegedly defacing the protected “red rocks” in Arizona. She and her boyfriend scratched initials into a rock and posted a photo on Instagram. This is a misdemeanor crime with a penalty of up to 6 months in jail and/or a fine of up to $5,000.

    The key lessons to takeaway:

  • Be careful about what you post on social media.
  • Know the laws of the places you travel to. It might be okay to scratch a rock at the beach, but not protected ones in national parks or Native American reservations.
  • These apply...

Getting A Tax Return? Use It Towards Bail!

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Even if you were recently arrested, you will still be eligible to receive your tax return as long as the IRS finds that you are due to receive one for paying extra taxes during the year. Your arrest will not jeopardize your qualification to receive your tax return. What your arrest will do, however, is force you to look at your finances and figure out how to afford a bail bond, including using your tax return money for it.

You don’t have to figure that part out on your own, or let alone with all the friends and family. Not everyone is well-versed in the justice system and how bail works, but there are some people who are, including our team at Artesia Bail Bond Store. We are a 28-year-old family-owned professional bail bond company based in Southern California, but serving the entire Go...

Record Number Of Exonerations In 2015

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Earlier this month, it was reported that in 2015, a record-breaking number of people were exonerated, meaning they were finally freed after serving time in prison for crimes they were wrongly convicted for. This record-breaking number counts to 149 people, who each spent an average of 15 whooping years.

These people who have been robbed of so much because they were wrongfully convicted are often given money from the government. However, no amount can really make up for everything they missed over the years.

If someone you know is arrested, you could very well believe they were wrongly arrested. In order to fight this, help bail them out of jail with a bail bond from Cerritos Bail Bond Store. Then, work with your lawyers to prove your loved one is innocent...

Bail Bond Associated Terms, Defined

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Before you agree to a bail bond company and their payment plan they set you up on, you’re going to want to know and be very well versed with the following common terms that are associated with bail and Bail bonds. By knowing and understanding these following terms, understanding the bail process and how that works will be even easier.

  • Bail Conditions – these are based on the understanding that the defendant is freed and pays bail on time. Conditions will always include the need to show up in court, but can also include travel restrictions, regular check-ins with a law enforcement officer or a bail agent, and others. Bail conditions are applied to a bail bond and must be obeyed, or there will be consequences.
  • Premium – this is the term given to the payments you must make to the bail bon...

How Long Do I Have Until I Can Post Bail?

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As soon as you finish your bail hearing, you are free to post bail as quickly as possible. You cannot post bail any time before your bail hearing because you will not know what amount you would have to pay. The judge at the bail hearing will tell you what your bail is.

    Your bail will be priced around certain factors:

  • The bail schedule that lists prices for different crimes and how serious your crime was
  • If you have a criminal history
  • How dangerous you are to the community and public
  • Your ties to the community
  • Your financial ability to pay bail

Not every crime in the book will be offered bail. The most heinous crimes like murder and kidnapping have no bail allowance. Some criminals who are very dangerous or are a high flight risk may also be denied bail.

But for all others, bail will be ...