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Bail Options for You to Know

Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store

Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store

When a person is arrested, they will have to face 1 of 3 scenarios, which are to the judge to choose.

The judge can:

  1. Deny bail

    – The defendant has no choice but to remain in custody. The judge has determined that this person is too dangerous to be released from jail.

  2. Grant bail release

    – The defendant may pay a dollar amount, to be assigned by the judge, in order to be released.

  3. Grant own recognizance release

    – The defendant signs paperwork promising to show up for court and is released. No payment is required.

Clearly, being granted own recognizance release is the most ideal scenario, but the judge only grants this to those who otherwise have no criminal activity and are trustworthy enough to show up for court.

If granted bail, the defendant can pay cash bail, 100% of the full...

Support New Year’s Resolutions by Posting Bail

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

New Years is the best time of the year for everyone to begin the fresh start they have been waiting for. The phrase; “new year, new me” is definitely cliché, but nonetheless true to all. This is the time to reflect on our past year, and to set goals on how we can make the New Year better. It is a new chance for everyone, and everyone deserves to celebrate the new them, the right way.

Do not exclude your loved one who is in jail because of a small mistake they made. We are confident they have already started to really think about their actions, and the consequences they are facing. They know they have to rebuild trust and their reputation. Help them get started on this goal of theirs by bailing them out of jail with a bail bond from Lakewood Bail Bond Store.

By helping them post bail,...

Lakewood Bail Bond Store Will Get You Home for the Holidays

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

The holidays are the happiest time of the year, and your family is counting on you to keep that light spirit in the air. They are counting on you to make the holiday gatherings, despite having been recently arrested. You are not alone in this quest, Lakewood Bail Bond Store will help you get the job done.

Lakewood Bail Bond Store will help you bail out of jail ASAP. We provide affordable bail bonds and customized payment plans. We work 24/7, even on holidays, because we know people are counting on us.

Do not be ashamed to call us for help. Most people cannot afford cash bail on their own, which is exactly why bail bonds are the more common alternative to bailing out of jail. Our team is more than willing to jump to your aid...

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

That is a very good question that no one will ever have an answer to, and unfortunately, there is no way to prevent bad things happening to good people. Sometimes they are just in the wrong place at the wrong time, and get caught in the middle of something. Sometimes they are trying to do something good, but it just goes wrong.

For instance, Ben is walking down the street and sees a woman and another man, they do not know each other. The man is heckling the woman and following her and she’s clearly upset and trying to get away from him. Ben intervenes and tries convincing to this man to leave the woman alone. This man will not listen and throws a punch at ben because he will not leave the situation alone...

How Can I Reduce My Bail?

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

Lakewood Bail Bond Store

Simply put, there really is no way you can reduce your bail once the judge has declared it. You can ask that the judge to reconsider, but in all likelihood, that bail amount will remain the same.

The judge had already taken these facts into consideration:

  • The crime that was committed
  • Whether or not you have a criminal history
  • Your financial ability to pay for bail
  • Whether or not you are a flight risk
  • The relationships you have with others in the community
  • So, good luck trying to ask the judge to lower your overall bail amount.

    However, that does not mean you have to pay that entire amount to get out of jail. You can use a bail bond to get out. With a bail bond, you end up only paying 10% of the full bail amount. The catch is that you will not get this 10% returned to you...