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Long Beach Bail Bonds Can Help With No Money Down

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Did you know it is possible to get out of jail for no money down? Well, it is true. Some people are able to get a bail bond without having to pay for it up front. Under special circumstances, a person will be able to get a bail bond for 0% down.


When someone is trying to bail themselves out of jail, they will need to pay their bail. Unfortunately, bail usually costs several thousands of dollars. This means that most people do not have the money necessary to pay for the bail. That is why people tend to go to bail bond companies for help.


Even though bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are based on, they can still be a little expensive for people. This is especially true for someone who is trying to get him or herself out of jail on their own...

Get the Right Help With Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Getting arrested can be a stressful situation, not just for the person being arrested, but his or her loved ones as well. Once words gets around that someone has been arrested, friends and family member start trying to rescue that person from jail. This can cause a lot of stress, since no one wants one of their loved ones to be stuck in a jail cell.


Luckily, with the right help, rescuing someone from jail can be relatively easy. The first goal of getting someone out of jail, should be to make sure it is actually affordable to do so. Bailing someone out of jail can be extremely expensive if you pay for the bail yourself. Bailing someone out with a bail bond on the other hand, is cheaper. In fact, it is 90% cheaper.


Due to this fact, you will want to get a bail bond, which is good...

Long Beach Bail Bonds will Meet Your Expectations

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Here at Long Beach Bail Bonds, we boast about ourselves and our services in order to offer our helping hands to potential clients who are in need of a bail bond. We boast because we can follow through with our claims to help others. A lot of people who find themselves in need of a bail bond are stuck not really knowing what to do. They are stressed and confused. They want to get their loved one out of custody as soon as possible, but they do not know where to start.

This is where we come in. Here is a quick list of what you want to know about Long Beach Bail Bonds.

  • 24/7 availability
  • Custom payment plans
  • Accepts cash, credit, debit, and check payments
  • Convenient and secure online payment portal
  • 0% interest
  • No hidden fees
  • Phone approvals
  • Cover all of California
  • 30 years of success...

Top Notch Service at Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

To be a trustworthy and truly helpful bail agent, you have to have compassion, responsibility, and a valid license. This is a sensitive industry, one that requires a certain level of professionalism and comes with high expectations. Agents are required to have a valid bail bond license in order to work. If you needed someone to get your loved one out of jail, you want them to do it by the books. You would not want anything or anyone to jeopardize your loved one’s freedom.


The agents at Long Beach Bail Bonds are among the best in the industry. We require all agents and representatives to attend a training course every other year to review the proper procedures for bailing someone out of jail.


The training also includes sensitivity training so they know how to properly interact with an...

Soon, Marijuana May be Smoked at Fairgrounds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

It has been over half a year since Californians voted to legalize marijuana for the state. However, in the public eye, it seems like there has been no change in the ability, freedom, and ease of growing, using, selling, and purchasing it. This is because the state first needs to lay out all the regulations, and they have until January 1, 2018 to do this. Since the November election, bills have been moving through legislation so the state is certainly working to meet their deadline. One bill that just passed the Senate is Assembly Bill 110.

Assembly Bill 110 mentions the use of marijuana at select local and state fairgrounds...

Have You Received a Strange Call Lately?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Have you ever gotten a strange call from a loved one who is claiming to have gotten arrested and needs bail money? It gets even stranger when he or she says that they do not want you to tell anyone else in the family about the incident. If you have ever gotten a call like this, think twice before sending the money, it could be a scam.

Lately, scammers have taken to contacting people and claiming to be relatives in need of bail money. Often times, the scammer will claim to be out of the state, or even the country, where that relative would normally be. They ask for a large amount of money to be wired to them right away, and that you do not talk to anyone else in the family about the incident. That should raise some red flags for you.

The first thing you should do in this situation, is ask ...

Legalized Marijuana: What to Expect

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

It has been about 6 months since Californians voted to legalize marijuana. However, full legalization has yet to kick in. In fact, it will not fully kick in until 2018. With that said, not many people know the timeline and what has and has not changed yet, nor do they know what full legalization really means for California.

Prop 64 was passed last year and will legalize marijuana usage for adults who are at least 21 years of age. California has until January 1, 2018 to get their regulations in order because that is when businesses can begin applying for licenses so they can legally grow and sell marijuana.

The following is a list of the many changes and laws that will be taking affect at the start of next year.

  • Driving while under the influence of marijuana will be illegal, as it curren...

Will the Cops Need a Warrant for Cell Phone Tracking?

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

Unless given permission by the owner, cops need a warrant in order to search a person’s home, belongings, vehicle, mail, etc. Now in the digital age, cops also need a warrant to search laptops, tablets, and cell phones. As our dependency on our cell phones continue to rise, so has a new question: do the police need a warrant to search the movements of a cell phone? This is a topic that the Supreme Court will be debating on later this year.

Today, we are in the digital age. 95% of Americans own a cell phone, which is carried with them wherever they go. When someone needs to make a call or send a text off of their cell phone, they are connected on their network carrier through a nearby antenna tower. If a person moves, their connection switches to the next tower, and so on...

Odd Alcohol Laws in California

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Compared to other states, California is pretty generous when it comes to alcohol. You can buy it at practically any grocery, liquor, and convenience store. You can even buy it at retailers like Target and Walmart. You can buy it at nearly any hour of the day, even on Sundays. Soon, last call could be extended from 2 am to 4 am. In other states, alcohol is not sold at all these types of stores, and sales may be prohibited on Sundays. This does not mean Californians turn the other cheek when it comes to alcohol consumption.


This state still has plenty of laws that are meant to encourage safe and responsible drinking and curb DUIs. In fact, California even has some very particular alcohol laws.


  • For stores that sell both fuel and alcohol, the alcohol must be displayed at least 5 feet from...

Turn the Noise Down or Get a Visit from the Police

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Now that summer is here, your weekends are filling up fast with parties at your place and your friends’ places. That means you need to have a pumped up playlist of the latest chart topping songs, a fridge full of alcohol, and the most down to earth friends. In addition to those party necessities, you also need to be mindful of your neighbors. They may not enjoy the loudness coming from your home or backyard at midnight. You could also be breaking the law if you are making too much noise so late at night.

Each city and county sets their own “quiet times” during which, people cannot be making excessive noise, such as having a party or doing construction work. Generally in California, quiet hours on weekdays would be between 10 or 11 pm to 7 or 8 am...