For 30 years, FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles has been bailing Californians out of jail. More importantly, they have been reuniting them with their stressed and worried loved ones. That is the main goal for FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles employees, to offer their professional, reliable services to help and support others in need.
When a person is arrested, they have an arraignment hearing. During this hearing, the charges against the defendant are formally announced and the judge declares how much bail is. The judge may allow a defendant to be released on their own recognizance, which means that instead of paying money to court, they sign papers agreeing to show up for court as scheduled. The judge can also deny bail to a defendant. The defendant then has no option but to remain in custody during the trial.
Those who are granted own recognizance release are generally those with no prior criminal history and were arrested for something minor. Those who are denied bail are generally hard-core, dangerous criminals. Everyone else is likely to be granted bail where they must pay a certain amount of money to the court in order to be released.
Bail is expensive, no matter if it is a few thousand dollars or tens of thousands of dollars. To help alleviate the stress and cost, FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles offers families affordable bail bonds. The bail bond will get the defendant released from custody faster since they are not paying 100% of the bail to court. The family only needs to pay for 10% of the full bail amount. In addition, they get a custom payment plan, as well as other benefits and flexibilities that they may qualify for with FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles.
The defendant will be required to appear for court as they are scheduled. If they fail at this, then their bail bond and their release from custody are in jeopardy. FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles wants to avoid trouble at all costs, which is why they are available to assist you 24/7.
Learn more about bail bonds and get a free consultation from FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles by calling them at 562-866-0081 or chatting with a representative online.
Do not give up on a friend or family member just because he or she was arrested. You will be able to see him or her again. You can either wait, or you can bail him or her out of jail. By bailing your friend or family member out of jail, you guarantee that he or she will be home for the remainder of the trial process.
Bailing someone out of jail is a lot simpler than most people realize. All you need to do is talk to a kind and caring bail agent. Some bail agents do not care about their clients, all they are concerned with is filling their pockets. You can avoid agents like that by contacting FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles.
Good bail agents will be able to walk their clients through the bail bond process. They will answer any questions that their clients have. A good bail agent will take care of his or her clients, and make sure they understand how their loved one will be getting out of jail and what is expected of the loved one while out.
On top of answering all of their client’s questions, good bail agents will always be there for their clients. Someone can get arrested at any moment, so a truly helpful bail agents are available at any time of the day, even the middle of the night.
We have the best bail agents in California working for us here at FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our agents actually care about their clients and will answer all of their questions. You will get nothing but the best bail help available in California.
With help from a bail agent, your loved one can come home for the remainder of the trial period. This way, you will be able to have quality time with your friend or family member and help him or her get through this difficult time.
All you have to do is click Chat With Us or call 562-866-0081, and FastBail Bail Bonds in Los Angeles will help you bring your loved one home.
At the start of this year, the state of New Jersey eliminated its bail system in favor of a system where judges determine whether or not it is safe to release the defendant. The idea of this new system was to be fairer to people who would not be able to generate the funds needed to pay for bail. This is the very same system that lawmakers want to implement in California.
It is easy to see how this system sounds like a good idea. You remove the need for people to pay to get out of jail, thus allowing even the poorest person to get out of jail. Unfortunately for many people, this new system is a problem. This system does little to protect victims, or deter criminals.
Many officers refer to this new setup as a revolving door system. Criminals get arrested, and are back out the street by the end of the day. The punishment for committing a crime has been removed, thus allowing the criminals to continue with their ways. This puts thousands of innocent people at risk.
Of course, these criminals will still face charges, they have only been released for the period of their trial. However, since they have been released, there is nothing to stop them from committing more crimes during this period. This differs from when someone is out on bail, since the person out on bail has something to lose. This person paid to get out of jail, and will have wasted the money if he or she gets arrested again.
If the defendant did nothing to get out, like they do in this new system, then there is nothing preventing him or her from committing another crime. Let New Jersey be an example for California, this planned new system will not benefit anyone other than the criminals.
Bail offers a person incentive to be on his or her best behavior, and another set of eyes to watch that person during the trial process.
Many people out there have a certain flow that they follow from day to day. This routine of theirs keeps them happy and content. They don’t often very from it. When they do, they begin to feel like everything is falling apart. This gets even worse if they are arrested. In this scenario, their whole routine is blasted to bits.
As one of their loved ones, you want to help get him or her out of jail as quickly as you can. You want to help your friend or family member relax. You can do this by contacting the professionals here at Los Angeles Bail Bond Store.
Our agents help people on a daily basis. It is a part of their routine. While each case may be different, they all boil down to helping someone get home. Our agents love this fact. That is why they do everything that they can to help their clients.
You can trust that no matter when in your daily routine you call, one of our agents will be there for you. Our agents are available 24/7. They will work with you whenever you need them. If you have any questions, do not bae afraid to ask. Our agents will get you the answers that you need.
With our experts helping you, your loved one can be back home in no time. He or she will be able to relax and get back into his or her routine. All you have to do is talk to one the amazing agents here at Los Angeles Bail Bond Store. We will help you get your loved one’s life back to normal.
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Have you ever considered what you would do if one of your friends or family members got arrested? If you are like most people, you probably have not. Most people never think that a loved one could get arrested. Unfortunately, thousands of people are arrested daily in California, and chances are they were not prepared for it.
Luckily, there are people who are prepared for such an outcome, and they are willing to help you. There are professional bail agents who are willing to help you rescue your loved one from jail. The best agents are at Los Angeles Bail Bond Store. These agents have years of training and experience.
Los Angeles Bail Bond Store was founded 30 years ago in 1987. They have been helping Californians get out of jail quickly and easily for decades. Even if the agents are new, you can trust that they have experienced agents helping them. You will get nothing but the very best from the bail agents at Los Angeles Bail Bond Store.
You can talk to an agent online, in person, or over the phone. Once you do, he or she will begin working for you right away. Your bail agent will not rest until your loved one has been released from jail. In some counties, your loved one can be out of jail in as little as 2 hours.
All you have to do to get started is talk to one of Los Angeles Bail Bond Store’s bail agents. They will walk you through the entire bail process, and answer any questions that you might have. Consultations are free, so there is no reason to wait any longer.
Just call 562-866-0081 or click Chat With Us now to speak with a professional bail agent.
The human mind is an extremely interesting thing. Our minds can often react to things in ways we didn’t expect. While we may feel or appear fine, our subconscious can be freaking out. This is definitely true if we are in a stressful situation, like getting arrested. During the actual event, it will be pretty obvious to tell that the mind is in distress. However, after words, it can be more difficult to tell.
Getting over the idea that you were arrested can take some time. It can take even more time if you are sitting behind bars, separated from your support group of loved ones. That is why many people bail out of jail. It lets them get out of a cell and back with people who will help them get through this rough patch.
That is why you should contact Los Angeles Bail Bond Store when a friend or family member of yours gets arrested. You do not want your loved one to sit behind bars for too long. He or she is already in a vulnerable state, and jail will only make it worse. Get him or her home so you can work through this together.
Los Angeles Bail Bond Store is available to help Californians whenever they need to bail out a loved one. Our agents are available 24/7. They will get to work right away, and will have your loved one out of jail in no time. In some counties, your loved one can be out in as little as 2 hours.
Once your loved one is home, the shock of the arrest will begin to fade. Your presence alone will be a huge support for you loved one. Be sure to remind your loved one that they can recover from this. It may take time, but with help from Los Angeles Bail Bond Store and supportive loved one, the mind will recover. Soon, this whole event will be nothing but a distant memory.
You can talk to an agent by calling 562-866-0081 or clicking Chat With Us now.
your child turns 18, his or her juvenile criminal records will be sealed. So it may be that right now, you and your child are coping with their arrest and how it will affect them in the future, but know that when they turn 18, it will be a new chapter for them.
Juvenile Records Are Sealed
On the 18th birthday in order for the now-adult to venture into adulthood with promise. As a youth, an arrest can be a very frightening experience, especially for someone so young with so much of their life ahead of them. It can mentally bother them from time to time, but it will not prevent them from living a productive, full, happy life. Colleges, landlords, banks, employers, etc. will not see juvenile records when the time comes for them to do background checks. Of course, if this same juvenile, now an adult, gets arrested as an adult, then yes, these people can and will certainly see the arrest record.
So, parents, if you and your family are going through some tough times right now with your rebellious, somewhat troublesome teenager, we hope that this gives you a little relief, knowing this incident will essentially disappear when they turn 18 and become a legal adult.
Please note that youths cannot post bail, since they are released to their parents and legal guardians. Bail bonds are available for adult arrestees who are eligible for bail. If you happen to know someone who needs one, or if you are going to need one in the future, contact Los Angeles Bail Bond Store.
We can be reached online and at 562-866-0081.
people believe that if they witness a crime, they must report it to the police; if they do not, they themselves are committing a crime. Actually though, in most cases, this is not true. A person may feel the moral obligation to report the crime, but they do not have a legal obligation to do so.
Does have mandatory reporting laws for certain people and situations. This applies to people in certain professions, like teachers, therapists, social workers, and medical professions, to name a few. If they suspect abuse against the people they are caring for, they are required to report this to the police.
Back to the general rule: if you are an ordinary citizen and you see someone stealing from a store, you are not required to report it. It may be on your conscience, but the police cannot arrest you for not telling them about the incident. If someone else reported the incident, the police may want to question you and get the details of what you may have witnessed. They still will not arrest you for not reporting the crime yourself.
know that the police are looking at social media when they are investigating cases. What you may not know is whether they are allowed to do this with or without your consent or a warrant. So, here is what you should know:
- Content posted on public sites and accounts are considered evidence “in plain view” because anyone who has Internet access and access to sites like Facebook can see it. There are no viewing restrictions so the police are free to scour this without a warrant.
- When content is posted on a private account, like a private Facebook account that is only viewable to the user and his or her Facebook friends, then the police need a search warrant to gain viewing access.
Just Like It Is Advisable
To use discretion when posting content on social media because a person is weary about employers seeing it, it is advisable to use discretion so that it never lands you in legal trouble with the law. Social media has aided the police in many cases, do not let that be the case for you.
People who have been arrested can be eligible for bail. If this happens to someone you know and you want to help bail them out of jail, contact Los Angeles Bail Bond Store online or at 562-866-0081.
We hope you have not gone and spent all the money you got from your tax return already. This money can be used toward that bail bond you are paying off. You should consider doing so if you find that you are close to falling behind on payments, or if your finances are spread a little thin.
Whether it is a bail bond for yourself or a loved one, if you are paying for it, you should definitely categorize this with your priority payments like rent and utilities. Although you do have the custom payment plan, and Los Angeles Bail Bond Store is accommodating and flexible, it does not mean that it is okay to fall behind on payments. Los Angeles Bail Bond Store worked with you on a payment plan tailored to your financial situation. Now you need to stay on track with this plan.
Applying the money you received from your tax return on your payments is a responsible decision. In fact, even if you are not falling behind on payments, you can still set aside this money for your remaining payments. Plan ahead. This will make the situation less stressful.
Keep in contact with your Los Angeles Bail Bond Store agent, as they will help keep you on track. They are here to make this bail situation as fast and stress-free as possible. They are on your side, so reach out to them anytime you have a question or a concern.
Los Angeles Bail Bond Store can be reached 24/7, both online, and at 562-866-0081.