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Long Beach Bail Bonds can help you protect your family

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Unlike the police officers and other protective services who protect you from criminals on the streets, Long Beach Bail Bonds can offer a different type of protection: protection from a family torn apart because someone wound up getting arrested.

With a family member in prison, the family goes through an incredible amount of stress and emotion. How long will is the prison time? When is release? How much will this cost? Prison is dangerous! No one is expected to have all the answers and know how to handle the situation on their own. Professional help and assistance makes the process easier, faster, and overall just better because frankly, professional bail agents know what to do and how to do it.

We encourage you to call Long Beach Bail Bonds at 562-436-2207...

The great debate on violent video games: do they lead to violence in real life?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

The debate on violent and crime-filled video games have been around for, well, since the beginning of violent video games! Do violent video games make people violent in real life?

Not all video games are violent or crime-focused. For most, video game play is something to engage in on one’s down-time. It is a stress-reliever from work, from school, maybe from family. It often goes unnoticed that video games are actually cathartic for people who play them. Most people are smart enough and alert enough to know real life is not based on video games. Most criminals aren’t criminals just because they played violent video games (if they played violent video games) – there are always other influences. What is your position on this debate?

One of the values at Long Beach Bail Bonds is to b...

Long Beach Bail Bonds honors their mission, values, and goals

Long Beach Bail Bonds

California’s Long Beach Bail Bonds is proud to sit among the most honorable bail bond companies in the state. Our 27-year-old family owned and operated company works with integrity, compassion, and heart to help unite loved ones and resolve dire situations.

On AbsoluteBailBonds.com, you’ll find that “It is the mission of our company to provide each of our valued clients with fast, confidential and courteous service. We believe in the right to bail and that a person is innocent until proven guilty. We also believe each person has the right to a fair and speedy trial and has the right to be represented by an attorney.”

Our company values all of our clients individually, just as if each and every one of them was a brother or sister...

It’s important to know your rights if you’re ever stopped by authorities

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Getting stopped by police is pretty intimidating and not everyone is able to think straight and quickly when they are speaking. People get nervous, can forget to say something, and more. This is common behavior, even when they did not do anything wrong. Cops are authoritative figures and it is actually a part of their job to be intimidating – you can’t have overly sympathetic people protecting the public! (At least overly sympathetic while on duty.)

It doesn’t hurt to be reminded of your rights every now and then:

  • You have the right to remain silent.
  • You have the right to an attorney.
  • You have the right to refuse a search if no warrant is presented.
  • You have the right to leave, calmly, if you are not arrested.

Don’t allow yourself to be run over (figuratively) by authorities, but ...

I posted bail. What’s the next step?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

If you ever find you rself facing trouble at a police station, it would be a good idea to ask for an attorney. Even if you are facing minor charges, having someone sit with you and explain the charges against you is very helpful. They can help you fully understand your case, pointing out consequences, what to expect from this point on, and more.

Unfortunately we cannot refer you to an attorney, but we can offer you the following tips on how to find one you can trust:

  • Search for a criminal defense attorney. They work against criminal prosecutors all the time and know how to handle your case.
  • Pick a criminal defense attorney who specializes in the area that covers the charges against you...

Your parents will never stop being your parents

Long Beach Bail Bonds

No matter how old you are, your parents will never stop being your parents: calling you every now and then making sure you’re doing alright, giving you advice (whether you asked for it or not), and loving you and looking out for you. Whether you’re 10 or 21 or 33, your parents will always prioritize your needs first because they want you to have everything.

In every moment you go through, your parents will want to be there with you. From accomplishments to news announcements to heartbreaks to rough periods, they are there and they ought not to be pushed away, especially in those bad times. To hear your parents are disappointed is hard, but by letting them help you work through these hard, sensitive situations, you’re showing them strength.

Moms and dads work tirelessly and it is u...

How quickly can I get my loved one home?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

What happens when someone is arrested on a bailable offense is that they can appear before a judge within 3 days of their arrest. However, if they post the entire bail in cash at the jail, or have someone on their behalf do so, they do not have to see the judge. The defendant then must promise to fulfill all court and case-related matters and duties until the case is closed.

At Long Beach Bail Bonds, we understand bail can be expensive and coming up with that kind of money, especially in cash, can be a struggle. Call us at 562-436-2207 so one of our agents can help you out. Please do not feel ashamed or embarrassed – our friendly and licensed agents act with complete professionalism and ensure your confidentiality...

What is the purpose of bail?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

As the US Constitution grants, every person is innocent until proven guilty. Incarcerating a person for days, weeks, months, even a year or two, until his or her hearing is unlawful, which is why bail exists to protect and uphold this right of living free (though perhaps with some restrictions) until that hearing date.

Bail is a set amount of money the defendant must pay for their freedom. The amount of bail they must meet is determined by the severity of the crime and other factors. While bail can be very expensive, the 8th Amendment protects guarantees non-excessive bail.

Long Beach Bail Bonds is here to assist you in posting bail. We urge you to exercise your rights and we will work with you in finding the best solution to meeting bail requirements...

What can’t Long Beach Bail Bonds help me with, legally, during this troublesome time?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds is a 27-year-old family owned bail company operating in the greater Los Angeles area with many locations throughout the state of California. Our agents are professionally trained to meet client needs in assistance for posting bail. Because the company knows bailing a person out of jail can be embarrassing, confidentially is always upheld. Just by speaking with an agent, clients can easily and happily hear that their agent truly cares about their case and wants to help. Long Beach Bail Bonds is your solution to a fast, reliable bail service – they will do whatever they can to help you out.

However, there are some things Long Beach Bail Bonds cannot do, however, and it’s important to know so you can prepare yourself as needed. Long Beach Bail Bonds cannot

  • Accept b...

Are your rights being violated?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Most people are so intimated by the police that they disregard challenging them. And sometimes, because the police know they are the force and know people are intimidated, they may overstep their power and violate civilian rights, something many civilians may be unaware of. If you ever end up in a situation where you feel your rights are being violated, with certainty or even probable question, do the following:

  • Immediately write everything your remember, including the officer’s name, badge #, patrol car numbers, agency, and any other details. Remember, you have the right to request the officer’s name and badge number.
  • Get contact information from any witnesses.
  • If you have injuries, take photos and seek medical attention.
  • Contact the agency’s internal affairs division or civilian co...