I’m In Jail; Can I Vote?

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If you are wondering if you are eligible to vote in this year’s Presidential election since you are a convicted criminal who has just been released from jail, or will be in the next few days. Most people do not have to worry about that, but you do.

The straight-forward answer is that convicts do not get to vote unless they have been released from jail and completed parole. Once parole is completed, their voting rights are automatically restored.

However, defendants who were recently arrested, and are not yet serving time, are still eligible to vote as long as they can get to the voting polls on time. So, make sure to post bail ASAP to meet this opportunity, not to mention all the other events and opportunities waiting for you.

Tustin Bail Bond Store can help you post bail. Just call us at 714-648-0586 or Chat With Us online.

We Know That It Takes Teamwork to Bail Someone Out of Jail

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Two heads are better than one, the other person can offer advice and insight that the first might have missed. Do not settle for a single bail agent that might not give you the best service, when you can get a team of bail agents that will work together to help you. At Tustin Bail Bond Store, our bail agents work together to help their clients rescue their loved ones from jail.

We are a family-owned company and have been since our founding nearly 30 years ago. Our bail bondsmen are a part of a big family here, and they know how to work together to help our clients reach their goals. Together, our bail agents can get you the best price for your loved one’s bail bond.

At Tustin Bail Bond Store, we have a number of different ways to make paying for a bail bond easier for our clients. We offer discounts for clients who are members of the military, members of AARP, are homeowners, or have a private attorney. We can also break up the large cost of the bail bond into smaller monthly payments. We can work with you to come up with a personalized payment plan that fits your budget and some cases, we can take 0-down payment.

Get the bail bonds help that you deserve by calling 714-648-0586 today.


Our Bail Agents Work Well Together To Help You Better Than Our Competitors

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Since our bail agents work so well together, their knowledge gets shared from one bail agent to the next. No matter what bail agent is helping you, you are receiving help from all of the bail agents at Santa Ana Bail Bonds. Their collective knowledge, and their ability to work together, makes our bail agents some of the best in Santa Ana.

Our bail agents start working for you when you first contact them, and they do not quit until your loved one is back home, safe and sound. All we need to get started is your loved one’s name, birthday, and the county of his or her arrest. Our bail agents will be able to locate your loved one in the county jail system thanks to that small amount of information.

No matter where in Santa Ana you need help, our skilled bail agents here at Tustin Bail Bond Store will be there for you. We can help you bail your friend or family member out of any jail or courthouse in the state. Do not let your time be wasted by a single bail agent who does not know what he or she is doing, instead use your time wisely with help from the bail agents at Tustin Bail Bond Store.

Chat With Us or call 714-648-0586 now for a free consultation with our bail agents at Santa Ana Bail Bonds.

Bail Bonds: Wise Man’s Way

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If you ever thought of bail bonds as the poor man’s way of bailing out of jail, you are completely wrong. It is the wiser man’s way of bailing out of jail, and the most popular way. Talk to a bail agent now about 0 down bail bonds.

With bail bonds, you pay only 10% of the full bail amount to the bail bonds company over an extended period of time. You typically continue making payments after the defendant’s release from jail. This 10% is not refunded back, but it sure is a softer hit to your finances.

With cash bail, however, you have to come up with 100% of the money for the bail and turn it over to the court. Only when you pay 100% of it, does the defendant get out of jail. Assuming the defendant is compliant with all release terms and conditions and shows up for court, this money is refunded back after the trial, after a waiting period, and likely with deductions due to court fees. There is no telling how long exactly you will have to wait until you get the money back since it is dependent on the length of the trial.

Bail is expensive, regardless of the crime, so you can see why most people would prefer the bail bond route rather than the cash bail route. Is $100,000 or $10,000 better for you? That should be a no brainer, as should the bail bond company you choose: Tustin Bail Bond Store.

Get in touch with a representative from Tustin Bail Bond Store now, either online, or at 714-648-0586.