Prison


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Being arrested can be a traumatic thing—but thankfully, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to be stuck in jail for the long haul. Assuming bail is offered, you can get out of jail and go be with your family as you await your scheduled court appearance. Of course, all this [...]

Just Arrested? Here’s How to Get Out on Bail Bond


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The great thing about bail is that, rather than stay in jail while you await a trial date, you can go back home to be with your family—and live your life more or less as normal. Of course, being out on bail can be accompanied by some questions: What should [...]

What Can (And Can’t) You Do When You’re Out on ...


Co-Signing a Bail Bond in Orange County
  There’s more than one way to help your loved one make bail, ensuring that they are released from jail and allowed to be home with their family in the days leading up to a court appearance. One option is to be the co-signer on the bail bond. In this [...]

Co-Signing a Bail Bond in Orange County



  Spring is a season of new beginnings. Spring cleaning, out with the old in with the new. Flowers are in bloom and the past is well, passed. Is your loved one in jail? Do you know that you can “spring” them out and bring them home today by posting a bail [...]

Spring Out of Jail


Most people are familiar with the idea of bail and how it works, but there is more to bail than meets the eye. There is very important reason that it exists and it has to do with how the justice system works. The US has a justice system that allows people certain rights. [...]

Why is Bail Allowed/Legal?


  In the unfortunate circumstance that somebody you love is arrested and goes to jail you have a few options:   You can go directly to the Jail and pay the full bail amount as set by the judge. The Bail amount is typically determined by the Bail Schedule though the judge has [...]

Do You Know Your Options?





What is AB 109? AB 109 shifts the responsibility for housing many inmates from the state to counties. This shift from state to county is also being called “prison realignment.”  Up to 30,000 state prison inmates could be transferred to county jails over three years, under the bill. Since the passing [...]

Rise In California Crime Rates Linked To Prison Realignment Bill ...