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Did Your Routine Get Interrupted?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Many people out there have a certain flow that they follow from day to day. This routine of theirs keeps them happy and content. They don’t often very from it. When they do, they begin to feel like everything is falling apart. This gets even worse if they are arrested. In this scenario, their whole routine is blasted to bits.

As one of their loved ones, you want to help get him or her out of jail as quickly as you can. You want to help your friend or family member relax. You can do this by contacting the professionals here at Long Beach Bail Bonds.


Our agents help people on a daily basis. It is a part of their routine. While each case may be different, they all boil down to helping someone get home. Our agents love this fact...

Are You Prepared for a Loved One’s Arrest?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Have you ever considered what you would do if one of your friends or family members got arrested? If you are like most people, you probably have not. Most people never think that a loved one could get arrested. Unfortunately, thousands of people are arrested daily in California, and chances are they were not prepared for it.

Luckily, there are people who are prepared for such an outcome, and they are willing to help you. There are professional bail agents who are willing to help you rescue your loved one from jail. The best agents are at Long Beach Bail Bonds. These agents have years of training and experience.


Long Beach Bail Bonds was founded 30 years ago in 1987. They have been helping Californians get out of jail quickly and easily for decades...

An Arrest Can be Devastating

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

The human mind is an extremely interesting thing. Our minds can often react to things in ways we didn’t expect. While we may feel or appear fine, our subconscious can be freaking out. This is definitely true if we are in a stressful situation, like getting arrested. During the actual event, it will be pretty obvious to tell that the mind is in distress. However, after words, it can be more difficult to tell.


Getting over the idea that you were arrested can take some time. It can take even more time if you are sitting behind bars, separated from your support group of loved ones. That is why many people bail out of jail. It lets them get out of a cell and back with people who will help them get through this rough patch.


That is why you should contact Long Beach Bail Bonds when a friend ...

Why You can Rely on Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

For 30 years, Long Beach Bail Bonds has led the California bail bond industry with excellence and poise. It is a solemn time whenever anyone needs a bail bond, but Long Beach Bail Bonds quickly turns the mood around by bailing that person out of jail and reuniting them with their beloved friends and family members at a more affordable cost than traditional cash bail.

Long Beach Bail Bonds promises:

  • 24/7 availability anywhere in California
  • Quick, courteous, confidential service
  • Custom payment plans
  • Cash, credit, debit, and checks accepted
  • Secure online payment portal
  • 0% interest
  • No hidden fees
  • Phone approvals
  • Discounts available for qualifying individuals

Long Beach Bail Bonds has successfully assisted hundreds of families throughout their 30 years of industry experience...

What To Do if You Move Out of State

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

The rule is the same wherever a person moves in the United States. If a person move states permanently, they will need to check in with the DMV to take care of a few changes, like drivers license and car registration. If they do not do this, they risk being cited by the police if and when they are caught.

If you have any friends or family moving to California permanently, they will need to get their license or identification card updated with a new local address within 10 days of moving. If there is a teenager who currently has a driver permit, this will also need to be updated. It is a good idea for your loved one to get familiarized with our driving and safety laws, because not all driving laws are the same in each state...

When Can You Turn the Police Away?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Not enough people in the United States know their rights when it comes to police searches and seizures, and this is a problem. Some people get so intimidated around the police, even if they did nothing wrong. Others just do not know if and when police are overstepping their authority. There are certain rights people have that protect them, even against the police, such as when they can say “no” to a police search.


Law enforcement officers do not always have the right to conduct a search. First, the police must have reasonable suspicion that a crime has occurred or will occur.


If they ask to search a person, his or her belongings, and/ or his or her home or vehicle, the person can deny the police. Then, the police must get a search warrant from a judge in order to move forward...

Is Jail Part of Your Summer Plans?

Lomita Bail Bond Store

Lomita Bail Bond Store

Hopefully, you won’t be spending any time behind bars this year. The year may be almost by half over, but summer is just beginning. We are willing to bet that you have got some travel plans in the works, and most definitely, a lot of partying plans. That is the recipe for a great, memorable summer, and we hope it turns out that way.


Getting arrested would definitely make it a memorable summer, but we hope it won’t end up being a part of your summer.


Trust us, getting arrested might be a cool story, but it is quite a pain to deal with. You sit in jail for hours, then you pay off your bail bond and spend the next few months going in and out of the courtroom. You probably miss some work days, and you definitely miss your freedom and time that could be spent with loved ones...

Why Choose Lakewood Bail Bond Store?

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

Whether it is 2 pm on a Wednesday, or 3 AM on a Saturday, you can count on the team at Lakewood Bail Bond Store for all of your bail bond needs. Lakewood Bail Bond Store knows that people need their help at even the oddest hours of the day, so that is why they never close. Police do not close down after 6 PM; they often make arrests late at night and in the early hours of the morning. Likewise, Lakewood Bail Bond Store does not close down. Lakewood Bail Bond Store is available 24/7, state-wide in California, to help out anyone and everyone.


In addition to being available at all hours of the day, Lakewood Bail Bond Store will provide each client with a custom bail bond payment schedule. With this schedule, the defendant and their loved ones will end up paying 10% of the full bail amount...

Fines for Misusing Your Drone

Inglewood Bail Bond Store

Inglewood Bail Bond Store

Drone flying can be fun, and get some great aerial footage, but drones are not toys. Anyone who flies a drone must do so within the rules and regulations set by the FAA. Even if a person is not intentionally flying their drone in violation of the restrictions, it is no excuse. Not knowing the rules will not prevent you from needing to fines that are around a few hundred to one, to two thousand dollars. Here are some past instances where a person was mishandling the operation of their drone, and was forced to pay a fine as a result.

  • Tuscaloosa, AL, November 2015
    Gregory Taylor was flying his drone over the Bryant Denny Football stadium during tailgating when it hit a pedestrian. He turned himself in and was fined $1,100.
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 2015
    Two drones collided in midair...

About California’s Three Strikes Law

Long Beach Bail Bonds

 Long Beach Bail Bonds

California has a so-called “Three Strikes” law that was introduced in 1994. Think of this like the “three strikes, you are out” mantra that goes with baseball. A player has 3 chances to hit the ball. If they get three strikes, they are out.

This Three Strikes law concerns convicted felons. If the convicted felon is faced with a second, new felony, they are sentenced to twice the prison time than what they would have faced if they were not already a convict. If the felon has two felonies and faces a third conviction, the Three Strikes law kicks in to automatically sentence them to 25 years to life in prison.


Since 1994, the Three Strikes law has been amended multiple times to be as fair as possible...