Here Is Why You Need a Constant Dose of Positivity


Positivity goes a long way” may be cliché but truthfully, it is very true. Positivity has the power to really turn a bad situation into a better one at the very least, even if it is not the best. Frankly, that should be good enough. So if you are pissed off after learning that your husband or wife is in jail and now you feel obligated to help bail or her out of jail, turn your scowl up just a little bit and look at bail like this:

Your loved one is coming back home.

Obviously, if your loved one has been arrested, they are going to sit in jail and they are going to be there until they can bail out. Your kids will start asking where Mom or Dad is, and it is painful to figure out how to tell them. It is painful just knowing your loved one is in jail, alone, and miserable...

Understanding Background Checks


Whenever you apply for a job, a loan, a new home, or even a gun, you’re going to have to undergo a background check. You may not give this too much thought, especially if you have a clean record, but it’s still good to know what shows up on your background check . . . and what doesn’t.

  • Felonies and misdemeanor arrests and convictions appear on criminal background checks.
  • Any convictions more than 7 years old will not appear.
  • Any arrests and convictions as a juvenile should not show, as those lines are sealed upon turning 18.
  • Convictions where a pardon was granted will not appear.

Having points on your criminal record should not be the deciding factor as to whether or not you get a loan or a job. Plenty of people with criminal histories can find great employment and beautiful homes...

What Does A Bail Bond Cosigner Do?


Applying for a bail bond means you need to meet a few qualifications.

  1. For one, whoever the bail bond is for needs to have been granted bail by the judge; sometimes the judge will deny bail, meaning that person cannot get a bail bond.
  2. Another qualification is the need for a co-signer. A co-signer is a person, who is not the defendant, which will assume the responsibility for the defendant, making sure they go to court when he or she is appointed to. If the defendant does not go to court, the co-signer can face financial consequences.

It may sound like a co-signer is put into a risky situation and can be end up being taken advantage of but, a co-signer does have protection

  1. The co-signer can request that the defendant is required to take some tests and evaluations such as drug tests and ...

Miranda Rights, Private Attorneys, and Public Defenders


The Miranda Rights read as follows: “…you have the right to remain silent; you have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed to you.” You might think – ‘okay, maybe the court will appoint me an attorney, that way I can save some money. Well, that’s not really how it goes, and there are more than several different kinds of attorneys. Some attorneys will have the ability to help you out tremendously, while others will not.

If you’re hiring a defense attorney, you’ll need to hire one who specializes or has extensive experience in representing defendants charged with the same or similar crime as you. For example, if you’re arrested for theft, hiring a family attorney wouldn’t be the best idea. Private attorneys will charge you a fee, but tha...

Mom And Artesia Bail Bond Store: Your Best Bets


Moms will be moms, and that means that they are always going to worry about you, wherever you are, whatever you’re doing. It’s that natural motherly instinct.

It’s part of your job to reassure her you are fine, that she raised a good son or daughter. In order to do this, you need to show responsibility.

Doing that might be difficult in the most complicated situations – like getting arrested for something. She’s going to have a fit but you can prove yourself to her again by bailing out of jail and dealing with the forthcoming consequences responsibly. When you bail out of jail, spend more time at home with her and other family members. Spend less time partying and going out all the time. Get busy at work and help out around the house...

Go To Artesia Bail Bond Store and Get the Bail Process Started, and Finished, Today


Bailing a loved one out of jail is much easier than most people think. All you really need to do in order to rescue your loved one, is talk to one of the amazing bail agents at Artesia Bail Bond Store. We will help you get your friend or family member out of jail in no time at all.

Simply talk to one of our bail agents, and they will begin helping you right away. All they need to get the bail process stated is your loved one’s name, birthday, and county of arrest. That information will allow us to locate your loved one in the county jail system. Once we locate your loved one, we can better answer all of your questions and begin filling out the paperwork.

Contact Artesia Bail Bond Store right now and get the bail bonds process started today!

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Understanding The Statute Of Limitations


A statute of limitations refers to the time period in which a person can be charged with a crime they committed. This period of time may start either the moment the crime was committed or when it was discovered that this crime was committed. Statute of limitations will be different according to different crimes, situations, and states.

If your loved one is arrested for a crime that was committed 2 years ago (for example), it doesn’t mean he or she cannot post bail. They likely will be offered bail, unless the crime they committed was very serious and/ or they are considered a huge flight risk or danger to the public. When bail is offered, it is in your loved ones very best interest to post bail.

Artesia Bail Bond Store Services can help ease the cost of bail by charging only 10-15% of ...

Find Out Who Is And Isn’t Eligible For Bail


Artesia Bail Bond Store Services is a California, statewide bails bond company that serves out bails bonds to arrested peoples. Bail bonds are a way for these arrested peoples to get out of jail because they cannot afford to pay the whole bails themselves. Bail bonds are 80-90% cheaper than paying for the whole bail. Now, not all arrested people are eligible for bail and bail bonds:

  • A judge decides who is eligible for bail by considering the crime that took place, any criminal history the suspect may have, the types of connections the suspect has to the community, and the danger he or she may pose to the community.
  • Suspects who committed the most heinous felonies are not eligible for bail.
  • Juveniles are not eligible for bail...