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What to Know About Co-signing a Bail Bond

Signal Hill Bail Bond Store

Signal Hill Bail Bond Store

Co-signing a bail bond is a huge responsibility. Co-signers essentially pledge to be responsible for a defendant’s whereabouts when they are out on bail. One of the terms of bail is for the defendant to show up for court. If he or she fails to do so, the co-signer can be held financially responsible. The co-signer must make sure their loved one shows up for court.

Basically, the co-signer is taking on a risk. People may think if things start to take a wrong turn, there is nothing they can do about it before it’s too late?

The answer is no, the co-signer can ask to have his or her name withdrawn as the co-signer at any time. This will happen without penalty to the signer. The defendant, on the other hand, will then be taken back into custody until they can find another co-signer...

The Best Package from Signal Hill Bail Bond Store

Signal Hill Bail Bond Store

Signal Hill Bail Bond Store

The best packages are not ones that come wrapped nicely in large boxes, they come in the form of communication and paperwork with Signal Hill Bail Bond Store. You will understand that the moment your loved one is finally bailed out of jail.

  • 24/7 availability all over California
  • Affordable bail bonds with customizable payment plans
  • Over the phone approvals
  • Our bail agents will travel to you if necessary
  • Cash, credit, debit, and checks are accepted
  • Secure, online payment system
  • No interest
  • No hidden fees
  • Multi-lingual agents
  • Confidential, quick, and courteous service
  • Friendly, welcoming bail agents
  • Free consultations

The quality of Signal Hill Bail Bond Store shows the moment you open a chat room with a bail agent or dial their number...

Halloween Checkpoints – What to Prepare For

Signal Hill Bail Bond Store

Signal Hill Bail Bond Store

Halloween for adults is completely different than Halloween for kids. Costumes are still involved, but instead of candy and trick-or-treating, it is going out to clubs and parties, while probably consuming copious amounts of alcohol. There is nothing wrong with that, until drinking and driving is involved.

We hope there will be none of that.

Nonetheless, expect there to be a few DUI checkpoints around the city over Halloween weekend. They are not in place to ruin everyone’s fun, just those who have been drinking and driving.

If you do drive into a checkpoint, follow the officer’s orders: pull over, roll down your window, and answer his or her questions of where you are going, where you are coming from, and if you have been drinking...