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Long Beach Bail Bonds

We Are a Statewide Bail Bond Company

If you need bail help anywhere in the state of California, just call 562-436-2207 or meet with a local bail agent at office locations.

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If you are looking to bail a friend or family member out of jail in California, you need to talk to the professionals here at Long Beach Bail Bonds. We have been helping Californians bail their friends and family members out of jail for years. Let us help you with your loved one today.


We are a statewide bail bond company, which means we can bail your loved one out of any jail or courthouse in the state of California. All you have to do to rescue your loved one is talk to one of our bail agents...

You Need Help Helping Your Child? Contact Long Beach Bail Bonds

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

At some point, usually when the child turns 18 and heads off to college, a parent will learn to let go. Even though the child has left the nest and is figuring life out on his or her own, the parent never abandons his or her child. Parents are always going to be there for their children through the ups, and especially through the downs. One such down could be having a run-in with the law.

So your grownup child has been arrested? You know they can afford their bail and can deal with the situation on their own, but of course you are not going to let them. You will do everything you can for them each step of the way, but where do you start?

Well, you start by contacting us, Long Beach Bail Bonds. We will get you an affordable bail bond...

Did You Know Juvenile Records are Sealed when a Person Turns 18?

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

When
your child turns 18, his or her juvenile criminal records will be sealed. So it may be that right now, you and your child are coping with their arrest and how it will affect them in the future, but know that when they turn 18, it will be a new chapter for them.

Juvenile Records Are Sealed

On the 18th birthday in order for the now-adult to venture into adulthood with promise. As a youth, an arrest can be a very frightening experience, especially for someone so young with so much of their life ahead of them. It can mentally bother them from time to time, but it will not prevent them from living a productive, full, happy life. Colleges, landlords, banks, employers, etc. will not see juvenile records when the time comes for them to do background checks...

Moral Obligation vs. Legal Obligation to Report a Crime

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

Some
people believe that if they witness a crime, they must report it to the police; if they do not, they themselves are committing a crime. Actually though, in most cases, this is not true. A person may feel the moral obligation to report the crime, but they do not have a legal obligation to do so.

However, California

Does have mandatory reporting laws for certain people and situations. This applies to people in certain professions, like teachers, therapists, social workers, and medical professions, to name a few. If they suspect abuse against the people they are caring for, they are required to report this to the police.

Back to the general rule: if you are an ordinary citizen and you see someone stealing from a store, you are not required to report it...

Do the Police Need a Search Warrant for my Social Media?

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

You
know that the police are looking at social media when they are investigating cases. What you may not know is whether they are allowed to do this with or without your consent or a warrant. So, here is what you should know:

  • Content posted on public sites and accounts are considered evidence “in plain view” because anyone who has Internet access and access to sites like Facebook can see it. There are no viewing restrictions so the police are free to scour this without a warrant.
  • When content is posted on a private account, like a private Facebook account that is only viewable to the user and his or her Facebook friends, then the police need a search warrant to gain viewing access.

Just Like It Is Advisable

To use discretion when posting content on social media because a person i...