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Top Notch Bail Bond Work with Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Rated one of California’s most trusted and reliable bail bond companies, Long Beach Bail Bonds works magic when it comes to posting bail with bail bonds for anyone who needs their services.

  • 24/7 statewide availability
  • Affordable bail bonds and customized payment plans
  • Fast, confidential service
  • Zero interest
  • No hidden fees
  • Discounts available
  • Cash, credit, debit, and checks accepted
  • Convenient, secure online payment portal
  • Phone approvals
  • Free consultations
  • Free, anonymous warrant checks
  • Friendly, genuinely reliable agents

Long Beach Bail Bonds is proud to be in the service of helping others in rough situations by reuniting with loved ones.

If you need a bail bond for yourself or a loved one, please contact Long Beach Bail Bonds online, or at 562-436-2207.

New Voting Laws in California

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

You might have thought the talk of elections and voting had ceased for a while, but January 1, 2017 saw the start of a handful of new voting-related laws in California.

Here they are:

  1. Californians with low-level felony convictions now have the right to vote. One of the main reasons behind the passing of this new law is the note that many such felons serve their time outside of prison because California prisons are overcrowded.
  2. Voters can now mail in their ballots at any county elections office in the state of California, not just the county who issued the ballot, making it easier to vote for many people.
  3. Californians may register to vote on Election Day. Previously, registration would close 2 weeks before Election Day...

When to Bail Someone Out of Jail

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

Did you just find out that a friend or family member, someone you care about, has been arrested? If so, you probably want to help your loved one, but you have no idea when you can do that. When is the best time to contact a bail agent?

The best time to contact a bail agent, is as soon as you find out that a friend or family member has been arrested. Any good bail agent will be available to help you at any given moment, no matter what time it is. The bail agents at Long Beach Bail Bonds are available to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Your loved one can get arrested at any time, and it will almost always be at an inconvenient one. However, you will be able to rest easy knowing that the bail agents at Long Beach Bail Bonds are ready and waiting to help you at a moment’s notice.

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Wondering How Much a Bail Bond Costs?

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

One of the most asked questions in the bail bond industry, is how much does a bail bond cost? The problem is, that the answer to that questions varies from case to case.

The cost of a bail bond depends on a person’s bail amount, which is assigned by a judge. The judge determines the bail amount by looking at a couple different factors. The judge takes into account the crime that the defendant is accused of and his or her criminal record. After the judge considers those factors, he or she will assign a bail amount.

Bail bond prices are based on the bail that they are for and can vary from state to state. In California, bail bonds will always be 10% of the bail that they are for. If your loved one has a bail set at $10,000, then his or her bail bond will be $1,000.

If you have more quest...

Curious About How Long the Bail Bond Process Takes?

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

The length of the bail bond process can vary greatly from case to case. Some of the biggest factors include the bail agent, and the county where the defendant was arrested. These two factors can decide how long your friend or family member has to spend in jail.

A bail agents experience and abilities can greatly affect how long it will take to get your loved one out of jail. The best bail agents can get your friend or family member out of jail in just a few short hours. This is because they will not rest until they have helped you secure the release of your friend or family member. You can find bail agents like this at Long Beach Bail Bonds.

The other factor that affects your loved one’s jail time is the county where he or she was arrested...

Bailing Someone Out in another State

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

Do you live in California, but are trying to bail a loved one out of jail in another state? If so, you might be running into a bit of trouble finding a bail agent who can help you.

The problem is, that bail agents need a license to bail people out of jail, and that license is issued by the state. This is due to the fact that bail laws vary from state to state, which means bail agents cannot bail people out of jail unless they are licensed to do so in that state. A number of bail agents are only ever licensed to do bail in their own state, so probably will not have much luck with finding a local bail agent who can help you.

If you need to bail a friend or family member out of jail in another state, try looking for a bail agent who is local to the area where your loved one was arrested...

Looking for a Deal With a Bail Bond?

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

Are you looking to bail a friend or family member out of jail, but the cost is just too expensive? If so, you probably appreciate getting a discount, thus making your loved one’s bail more affordable. You may think getting a discount is impossible, but it is not. Some bail bond companies can give you a discount on the price of your loved one’s bail bond if you qualify. All you have to do is ask.

In California, bail bonds will always cost 10% of your loved one’s bail by default. This means, if your loved one’s bail is set at $10,000, the bail bond will cost $1,000. That is just a simple example, and a lot of the time, the bail bond can cost a lot more than that, which is why many people want a discount.

Some bail bond companies can offer you a 20% discount on the bail bond...

Sleep Can Wait – Bail Cannot!

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

Just when it seemed like your New Year’s celebrations were going perfectly, and you were going to make it home without issue, you find out that a friend of yours has been arrested. Now, instead of finally getting to fall into your bed and drift off into a deep slumber, you are calming your friend and trying to figure out who you can call for help. All you know is that you need to help bail your friend out of jail, but, who’s working on New Year’s at 4 AM?

Luckily for you, the answer to that, and all your bail bond needs, is Long Beach Bail Bonds. Our company works 24/7 because we know that people are in need of bail bonds every day of the year, at every hour of the day, especially on holidays...

Hang in There! 2017 Will Be Better

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

You want to start the New Year with the utmost positivity. Have this mentality: no matter what hardships you come to face, or sudden obstacles that may come your way, you are going to get through them. So, even getting arrested early on in the New Year should not bring you down. Tell yourself this was one mistake. You can deal with it, and you can move on.

Dealing with your arrest, and jail situation is not something you have to face alone. You know you have your friends and family members who you can rely on, but you also have the Long Beach Bail Bonds team. We provide our services, to bail you out of jail with an affordable bail bond and customized payment plan that costs only 10% of the full bail amount.

Your arrest may be a hiccup in the New Year, but rest assured, with the right min...

What Determines Own Recognizance Release

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Long Beach Bail Bonds

Not all who are arrested are given the opportunity to be released on own recognizance, which is when a defendant signs formal papers promising to show up for court, then is released from jail. Most defendants are granted bail, meaning they have to pay money to the court in order to be released from jail. Some are denied bail altogether. What factors determine own recognizance and bail?

Who determines: The judge.

What factors contribute: A defendant’s prior criminal record, the current crime he or she is accused of, the ties and relationships the defendant has to others in the community, and their financial ability to pay for bail.

As you can probably guess, if a defendant has virtually no prior criminal history, has strong ties to the community, and the crime he or she is accused of is ...