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Willowbrook Bail Bond Store Will Take Care of You

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When researching different bail bond companies who can potentially provide you with the best bail bond support you need, you will notice that many companies share similar qualities and services, but also drastically different ones too. It is incredibly important to pay attention to these qualities, and former client testimonials, as it could be the reason you end up paying more than necessary, or receiving slower responses from your bail agent. Here at Willowbrook Bail Bond Store, we offer the following:

  • 24/7 bail bond service anywhere in California
  • Customized, low monthly rate payment plans
  • Free consultations
  • Phone approvals
  • Zero interest
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with a working co-signer
  • Discounts for qualifying individuals

Our company has over dozens of bail agents and representat...

What Kind Of Collateral Can I Pledge?

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Getting a bail bond requires a few items:

  • Premium – 10% of the bail amount
  • A co-signer
  • Collateral
  • The defendant’s loyalty to show up for court

Perhaps the one we get the most questions for, would be collateral. What can be used as collateral? Collateral will fall into one of the four following categories:

  • Real Estate
  • Property can be pledged as collateral as long as you still do not have to make payments on it.

  • Vehicles
  • Likewise with real estate, any vehicles for which you are still paying off will not be accepted as collateral. You must own it completely.

  • Electronics
  • Big screen televisions, camera equipment, video game systems, and DJ-ing equipment are just a few electronics that can be worth a lot of money.

  • Valuables
  • Jewelry, expensive art, coin collections, and firearms are often u...

Do the Cops Need a Warrant for My Phone?

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Cell phones are small objects that can hold a lot of information and secrets. When the police want to look through it, in most cases, they will need a warrant. Instances where a warrant will not be required are:

  • The owner gives consent to the cops to search the phone.
  • When the police stop a person with reasonable suspicion that a crime has been, or will be committed, and frisk them.
  • The phone is in plain view, the phone may be in plain view for the officers to take. However, when texts and phone calls are concealed, and the cops go through this data without reason, then the judge could throw out this as evidence.
  • It was seized during a search on public school property.
  • The police are in pursuit of the suspect who can easily destroy their phone, which holds evidence.

These are general ex...

Fraud Is Wrong, Bail Is Not

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Fraud is defined as: “wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.” There are all kinds of fraud like credit card fraud, identity fraud/ theft, and disability fraud, to name a few. Fraud is a big problem in the United States, and disability fraud alone saw over 90,000 allegations last year. This issue was brought to our attention by the media reporting on a case of a New York man.

This New York man, John Caltabiano, claimed blindness from a work accident so that he can gain disability benefits. While he did lose sight in one eye from the accident, his other eye was fine. However, he still claimed he could not drive, cook, or even shave without help...

What You Can Expect with Long Beach Bail Bonds

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Wondering whether you should help bail your loved one out of jail or not should be a no-brainer. So many horrible thoughts run through your mind about your loved one being arrested: he or she is in trouble, he or she is in danger in jail, he or she is surrounded by some hardened criminals, he or she is alone and uncomfortable. On top of that, you are not really sure what to expect from the outcome of your loved one’s trial. Depending on the crime or situation, will he or she be acquitted? Will he or she be sentenced for a few years, many years, life, or will your loved one sentenced to death?

Well, in California, there is no capital punishment, which should put your worst thoughts to rest. As far as being acquitted or sentenced, that is neither for you, nor us here at Long Beach Bail B...

Here Is Why You Need a Constant Dose of Positivity

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Positivity goes a long way” may be cliché but truthfully, it is very true. Positivity has the power to really turn a bad situation into a better one at the very least, even if it is not the best. Frankly, that should be good enough. So if you are pissed off after learning that your husband or wife is in jail and now you feel obligated to help bail or her out of jail, turn your scowl up just a little bit and look at bail like this:

Your loved one is coming back home.

Obviously, if your loved one has been arrested, they are going to sit in jail and they are going to be there until they can bail out. Your kids will start asking where Mom or Dad is, and it is painful to figure out how to tell them. It is painful just knowing your loved one is in jail, alone, and miserable...

How To React When You Learn Your Loved One Is in Jail

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Coaching someone on how to react when they learn their loved one has been arrested and put into jail is nearly impossible. For one, no one anticipates such a call or has time to prepare themselves on how to react when they get the call. Secondly, it is such a heavy situation that all kinds of emotions will run high and low. Each person has a different personality and demeanor. Each defendant’s arrest situation will be different. Here are some tips we like to provide our clients with that might help you guide how you react when you pick your loved one up from jail after bailing him or her out.

  • Express relief and be sure to show your love and support. More than likely, your loved one will already feel embarrassed, ashamed, and absolutely disgusted with him or herself and the overall situat...

Jail-Bound College Students – Life Is Just Beginning

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We have a special message to deliver to all college students: do not get yourself arrested. You are probably thinking, “Well obviously”, but in case you do not understand the true scope of the consequences, we are here give them to you.

Getting arrested means going to jail, being booked, and officially documented. You may have fines to pay for damages, hospital bills, and more. You will have to stand trial. You may end up going to prison. You will have this conviction on your permanent record. Future employers, banks, and landlords might have access to this. You may be suspended or expelled from your university. Through all of this, you will miss many important moments with friends and family.

Getting arrested can affect you for the rest of your life, but if you contact Bellflower Ba...

Our Favorite, Wacky Laws in America

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Bored at work and want some fun? Try some light reading to educate yourself with some tips for when you travel to different states across America. We have compiled some of America’s wackiest, most absurd laws that are still in effect today. They probably are not heavily enforced thanks to how ridiculous they are, but if they are enforced, you can technically be fined or arrested.

  • In Alaska, you cannot give a moose a beer. So do not bother inviting them to your house party.
  • In California, no driver-less vehicle can go faster than 60 miles per hour. Yet, a driver-less vehicle going 59 miles per hour on the road is fine, because it is totally safe.
  • In Connecticut, a pickle will achieve true pickle status only if it bounces. If it does not bounce, it cannot be called a pickle...

You Can Vote While Out On Bail

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American’s are getting pretty antsy now as the 2016 Presidential election draws nearer and nearer. Vote-by-mail instructions have already started going out to many, an indication that voting will happen in no time! There are certain requirements to be eligible to vote, the obvious being at least 18 years of age, actively registered to vote, and a U.S. citizen. However, there are a couple of lesser known restrictions because they do not affect everyone.

  1. If a court finds a person to be mentally incompetent, they may not vote.
  2. If a person is currently in jail or on parole at the time of the election, they may not vote...