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No Tax Return Is “Too Small” To Make Towards Bail

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We know that using your tax refund towards a bail bond payment is not how you initially envisioned using this money, but do know that it is a very good idea to consider. Instead of buying yourself new clothes and music, you can get ahead on bail bond payments. Using your tax return for bail gets you one step closer to paying off the entire bail bond! And it’ll make the whole overall situation, trial included; feel a step closer to closing. For a most stressful and tense time, all anyone wants is to get past this as quickly as possible.

If you’re worried that your tax return is “too little” for a bail bond payment, don’t. It may not be enough for an entire payment but at least it’s something...

About Those CA Gun Laws

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There has been a lot of chatter in the last few months regarding gun control. And because the topic is gun control, there will never be any laws that will make all critics satisfied. There will always be concern, there always be backlash, and there will always be a debate. You probably don’t know all of the California laws on gun control, but these are some you might want to educate yourself on just to be educated and aware.

  • You must be at least 18 years old to purchase and possess long gun.
  • You must be at least 21 years old to purchase a handgun.
  • You may purchase only 1 handgun per month, no more.
  • All sellers must have a state license.
  • Assault weapons and .50 caliber rifles are banned.
  • All gun owners will have to clear a background check and written test during a 10 day waiting period...

The Hawaiian Gardens Bail Bond Store Family Is Your Family

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When you call Hawaiian Gardens Bail Bond Store, don’t expect a draining conversation with an automated message where you’re asked to keep pushing numbers to try and resolve your issue. You’ll immediately be greeted by one of our best representatives who will talk you through the bail bond process and figure out the best solution and payment plan that fits your situation.

The point is to bail your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible, right? We can’t achieve that by treating you as yet another client to deal with. Our team, our family here at Hawaiian Gardens Bail Bond Store, is the most dedicated team of agents and representatives in the industry. This is not just another 9-5 job for us here. This is our career, our passion...

What Is Bail For?

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During a defendant’s trial period, it’s not (always) fair to keep the defendant in custody. He or she has technically not yet been formally found guilty. To keep fairness (while also considering the safety of others), the opportunity to bail was introduced. Bail is set by a judge and it is an amount of money owed to court if a defendant wishes to be freed from jail during the trial period. The money for bail is up to the defendant (and anyone on his or her behalf) to give – it is not public money or money taxpayers pay.

Bail is very expensive but fully refundable at the close of trial if the defendant has remained compliant with all release terms and conditions. It is so expensive because it is an incentive for him or her to remain cooperative.

Bail bonds are a cheaper alternative t...

Bail Bond Store: What You Need To Remember

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A bail bond is a non-refundable payment to a bail agent and company that gets a person out of jail. This person has not yet stood trial; bail bond releases are not allowed for those who have been found guilty and sentenced to prison. Here are common bail bond rules to keep in mind:

  • The bail amount is set by the judge based on the crime, the person’s criminal history, and their ties to the community.
  • The defendant, or someone on their behalf, must contact the bail agency to discuss the situation and get a bail bond. Bail bond companies will not be the ones to initiate and reach out to the defendant.
  • The bail agent does not have the authority to lower bail, nor can he or she request the judge to re-evaluate the bail amount.
  • The defendant is required to show up at all court appointments...

Use Your Tax Return For Bail!

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Does Lomita Bail Bond Store accept tax return money for a bail bond payment? Of course! Because your tax return is really your money, there are no restrictions about using it for a bail bond payment. What happens is that when you receive your tax return from the government, you’ll need to make sure that money is 100% in your possession, not still in “transit” to you. Once you receive it, go ahead and write a check for your bail bond payment, just like you have done for all your other bail bond payments. Or, if you prefer using a credit or debit card, that is okay too!

Lomita Bail Bond Store does the best they can at making paying for bail as easy as possible. Many forms of payment are accepted so that your loved one can be out of jail faster, so that your payments can be made easier...

Avoid Accidents And Arrests During El Nino With These Road Tips

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We hear that El Nino is going to really begin in February and when the rain comes, so do more road accidents. In preparation for rainy day driving and to avoid as many accidents and arrests as possible, let Willowbrook Bail Bond Store offer you some tips:

  • Check windshield wipers and get them changed if necessary.
  • Check headlights, tail lights, and signal lights. Get them fixed if they’re out!
  • Check tires. Replace them, rotate them, fill them up with air.
  • Get brakes cleaned and adjusted.
  • Use headlights whenever the windshield wipers are running.
  • Drive slower, but still with the speed of traffic.
  • If you find yourself hydroplaning, release the gas but don’t hit the brake. Hold the steering wheel tightly and you’ll find your car gains control again.

These tips will make you a safer, better ...

Get Your Valentine Out Of Jail With Lawndale Bail Bond Store

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Every person means something to another person. They are cared about, thought of, looked after, loved. When something goes wrong, they have a person or people they can rely on for help, even if they disappointed them or made them angry.

During Valentine’s weekend, some people will be arrested or already in jail. While their situation may be more hurtful during this holiday weekend instead of a regular weekend, it is by no means any less important to do what you can do bring them home. Face it – they are a valentine to you. Valentines aren’t just significant others, if you think about it. Valentines are any person you care about and love. You hate seeing them hurt and in trouble. Well, they’re hurt and in trouble right now, in jail, and you need to do what you can to help them.

So w...

Understanding False Arrests

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As you’re well aware, not every person who has been arrested is truly guilty of the crime they were arrested for. When law enforcement wrongly arrests a person, it is called a false arrest and is actually a crime in itself.

A false arrest by the police is not one that is not supported by evidence. It is actually when a police officer uses power beyond their authority. There is a dividing line between the standard for measuring a false arrest.

For example, Officer Ben questions Ashley on her knowledge of a crime, telling him that Marissa committed the crime. Officer Ben then arrests Marissa based on Ashley’s statement. Later though, evidence tells the Officer Ben that Marissa is innocent and Ashley lied. In this situation, there was no false arrest because Officer Ben acted within prot...

Why Bail Bond Store Will Help You

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You might be able to afford to pay for bail without a bail bond because you have the money. But you must not forget that paying for bail means you need to pay the entire amount before the defendant can be released. And since you want your loved one to be released as soon as possible, of course you’ll need to pay up fast.

But what about other expenses like rent, bills, groceries, credit cards? These are weekly, monthly items that are necessities too. You cannot afford to fall behind on these expenses.

So, paying a $75,000 bail might not be the best idea, even if you do have that kind of money right now. You get this money back, hopefully, at the end of trial but that could take months, even over a year...