The Right to Bail is Yours

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When someone is arrested, it is because they are being accused of doing something illegal. They broke the rules and need to be punished. It is easy to think that the odds are stacked against them, but this isn’t always true. After all, even arrestees and defendants have rights to protect themselves, and they have professionals, friends, and family members supporting and fighting for them.

A defendant has the right to remain silent, the right to a lawyer, and the right to a fair and speedy trial. They have the right to bail and Fullerton Bail Bond Store is the professional bail bond company to protect this right and see it through.

Bail bonds cost 10% of the defendant’s full bail amount, and the bail amount is based on the crime committed, any criminal history the defendant has, their financial ability to afford bail, and their ties to the community. Payments for the bail bond are handled with a customized payment plan, which makes it easier on the defendant and his, or her, friends and family members.

Fullerton Bail Bond Store wants nothing more than to help California families reunite amid stressful situations. We will help you protect your right to bail, so contact us anytime.

We can be reached online, or at 714-648-0586.

Think Twice Before Hitting “Post”

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These days, we live on our cell phones and social media. This is how we stay in touch with friends and family and how we tell stories about what cool things we have been up to lately. As fun as social media is, there are untold rules that ought to be followed.

You know how you have been warned not to post drunken profile pictures of yourself on Facebook because your employer could see it? The same rules apply when you are doing anything. There are certain things you should avoid posting on social media in case it comes back to be used against you, like getting you arrested. Think twice before posting:

  • Threats, even if you truly meant it as a joke.
  • Bullying messages.
  • A photo that can only be taken from a spot that is on private property where you do not have permission to be.
  • A photo of illegal contraband and explicit content.
  • Photos with alcohol, especially if you’re under 21.
  • Photos with weapons.

These days, social media companies are scouring their users for this kind of stuff and can alert the police. Likewise, the authorities are constantly looking at social media for dangers. So, take note for yourself and for your kids if you have any, as they are less likely to think about the potential dangers of social media. Social media is taken seriously these days.

If you, or a loved one, are ever in need of a bail bond to get out of jail, please contact Fullerton Bail Bond Store online or at 714-648-0586.

All the Services at Fullerton Bail Bond Store

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Bail bond services, it is in our name. Fullerton Bail Bond Store has another helpful service that you may not know about, and that is conducting free, anonymous warrant searches. If you have reason to believe that you, or a loved one, may be wanted by the police, you can ask Fullerton Bail Bond Store to check for you. This search in the database is at no cost to you and your identity will be protected.

If it just so happens that there is a warrant for your arrest, then we can move on to discuss the bail bond services we offer. We can discuss your options but we cannot, always negotiate rates just yet because the premium you pay is based on the bail the judge will determine at your arraignment hearing.

You can rely on Fullerton Bail Bond Store to help you out. Once you turn yourself in and learn your bail amount, Anaheim Bail Bond Store will be right there for you.

We can be reached online and at 714-648-0586.

Fun Facts Are Your Crime Warnings

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It’s Fun Facts time! Well, these may be fun facts, but truth-be-told, it might not always be fun, especially when we tell you that these fun facts are all laws that you have probably broken before, and didn’t even know.

If you still receive mail addressed to the tenant who lived in your apartment before you, it is illegal for you to open or throw out their mail.

Carrying a permanent marker while out in public is actually a no-no. To the authorities, a permanent marker is considered a graffiti tool and graffiti is illegal. It is also illegal to give a permanent marker to a minor.
The Happy Birthday song is actually copyrighted, and anytime you sing that song, you are committing a crime.

Now, the likelihood of you being arrested for committing any of these crimes is low. How many times have you sung Happy Birthday and not been arrested? Nonetheless, you could have a very weird day and end up arrested for having a Sharpie in your purse.

That being said, if you ever need a bail bond for yourself or a loved one, contact Fullerton Bail Bond Store. We have been helping Californians bail their loved ones out of jail for 30 years now, we can easily help you too.

We are a trusted and reliable California bail bond company that can be reached anytime online, or at 714-648-0586.

What Happens If I Bail Someone Out of Jail and They Do Not Show Up for Court?

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You definitely do not want that to happen. If you pay for someone’s bail bond and they do not show up for court, you will feel consequences. You will have to pay off the bail, more than you would have paid if they showed up for court, and the collateral you pledged will need to be surrendered to the bail bond company.

The bail bondsman and the authorities will track down the defendant and take them back into custody. When this happens, you still will not get your collateral back, in case you were wondering. You will also have to pay for the investigation fees to locate your loved one.

You put a lot of trust into someone if you are willing to pay for their bail. Make sure they know that you are risking a lot for them, but you are doing this because you want to support them, and you know they are a good person and can get through this. Let them know you are on their side and they will be more inclined to handle the situation properly.

If you ever need a bail bond, contact Fullerton Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586.

Can Defendants Travel While Out On Bail?

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One of the more common concerns with bail bond release terms is whether or not the defendant is allowed to travel while out on bail. The answer can vary from defendant to defendant, and depends on the situation. Here are some examples:

Jane, out on bail, has no travel restrictions. This means she is allowed to travel to a neighboring city, another state, even out of the country. She just needs to make sure she shows up for her court appointments.

Gavin just posted bail and has travel restrictions. He is a California resident, and is only allowed to travel to Oregon, Washington, and Arizona for family, friends, and business. Any states other than those are off-limits. If he violates these terms, he can be taken back into custody. Gavin needs to make sure he shows up for court appointments.

Chris has posted bail and is not allowed to travel outside his county at all. He also must stay at least 100 meters away from certain people or places within his county. Violations result in his re-arrest. Just like all other defendants out on bail, Chris will need to appear for court as scheduled.

A court is not going to change hearing dates to accommodate travel plans. Defendants need to take this matter seriously.

If you, or a loved one, are ever arrested and need professional assistance in posting bail, please contact Fullerton Bail Bond Store online, or at 714-648-0586.