Remedy Bail Bonds


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Getting arrested is scary—yet it’s important to remain as level-headed as possible, and to avoid making mistakes that worsen your situation. Your actions, while you are being taken into police custody, can have a big impact on your defense, on your standing with the judge, and beyond. In this post, [...]

If You’re Ever Arrested, Don’t Make These Mistakes


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It’s always intimidating to be arrested, especially if you’ve never had any run-ins with the law before. Whether you’re actually guilty of a crime or have been wrongfully accused, an arrest can be traumatic. What’s important is that you remain level-headed, and keep in mind both your rights and your [...]

Know Your Rights When Arrested in San Bernardino


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When a loved one is arrested, you naturally want to do anything you can to help—and in particular, to get them out of jail and back home as soon as possible. One way you can help is to arrange for the services of a local, fast bail bonds company—like Remedy [...]

4 Things to Remember About Orange County Bail Bonds



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Should a loved one ever wind up in jail, you’ll obviously want to do everything you can to help them. In some cases, this might mean arranging and signing a bail bond. When you take this step, it makes you the indemnitor—a role that comes with a few important responsibilities. [...]

Four Responsibilities You Have When You Co-Sign for a Bail ...


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Imagine this scenario: You’ve been arrested, and charged with a crime. The judge has set bail, and if you pay it, you’re allowed to leave jail and be back with your family—until your court date, at least. The problem? You don’t have the money to pay bail. That’s where 24-hour [...]

Pros and Cons of 24-Hour Bail Bonds


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When you’re arrested, you’re not convicted of a crime immediately. You’re charged with one, but there still needs to be a final judgment made about whether you’re guilty or not. This calls for a court appearance, where your legal standing is ultimately determined by a judge and/or jury. And in [...]

Understanding the Five Types of Bail



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Most of the time, if you wind up in jail, it’s because a police officer has arrested you and taken you in. In some cases, though, individuals may actually turn themselves in. This usually happens when it’s discovered that there is an outstanding arrest warrant; turning yourself in can sometimes [...]

San Bernardino Bondsman Tips: Turning Yourself in to Jail


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If the police have evidence to suggest you may have committed a crime—that is, if they have probable cause—they can go before a judge to get a warrant for your arrest. This does not mean that you have been found guilty, but it does make you a suspect—and it gives [...]

What Happens if There is a Warrant for Your Arrest?


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Visiting a loved one in prison can be a daunting experience. Of course, you want to support them, to see them, to encourage them in any way that you can—but the prison environment itself can be intimidating. In this post, we’ll offer just a few brief guidelines to ensure a [...]

Visiting Someone in Jail: Tips from an Orange County Bail ...



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Not all crimes carry the same weight, either morally or legally. As such, it should come as no surprise that not all crimes are addressed with the same penalties—or the same bail schedules. To understand the bail system, then, it’s important to know how crimes are classified. In this post, [...]

Misdemeanors and Your San Bernardino Bondsman