Your Life is Not Over When You Get Arrested Call Santa Ana Bail Bonds


Young, beautiful, social, and successful. She was thoroughly enjoying her life, as it seemed as picture perfect as possible. Then one day, she was arrested (for a crime we will not discuss, as it could be anything between not paying tickets to murder). Sitting in jail, she thought her life as she knew it, was over – she’d never survive prison.

Then her friend came through in a big way. The friend, a huge supporter in this girls’ life, contact Santa Ana Bail Bonds, who was able to help the friend bail the girl out of jail. While this doesn’t solidify her avoiding potential prison-time, it certainly gave the girl more confidence, hope, and reality-check. While she knows she still may go to court, she realized that thinking her life was over was wrong.

Yes, getting arrested is a bad thing, but Santa Ana Bail Bonds is on your side. Santa Ana Bail Bonds believes in the right to bail and that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. So, we will work very hard with every client to secure jail-release with a bail bond. By doing this, Santa Ana Bail Bonds aims to reunite loved ones and reassure those who are in trouble, that they have a support system, and that they can bounce back from getting arrested.

Contact Santa Ana Bail Bonds at 714-648-0586 with any questions or concerns or to bail your loved one out of jail.

The Case Of Sandra Bland: A Warning For California Drivers


In California, it’s not too uncommon to come across drivers every now and then who change lanes without signaling first. Some do it more when there are other drivers surrounding them, some do it when they are clearly the only driver on the road. It seems harmless sometimes, though albeit can be a little dangerous and rude. But for the most part drivers can and do get away with it.

By now, you must have seen the news surrounding the death of Texan Sandra Bland, was pulled over for failing to signal when she changed lanes. This minor traffic violated escalated out of control; Bland was arrested and then found dead in her cell days later. How could her death been prevented? Other questions and issues have risen out of Bland’s case, but it all roots from the same place: one single minor traffic violation.

Driving is a privilege and safety is a priority. We advise you all to drive responsibly all the time. Be aware of your fellow drivers as well. Just because a lot of people don’t signal or don’t come to a complete stop at a stop sign (this is known as the California roll-stop, and etc.), doesn’t mean the cops will never pull you over to warn or ticket you. The case of Bland is very unfortunate indeed, but it does serve as a cautious warning to drivers everywhere to remain aware of their surroundings while driving, to know the laws for driving, and to know their rights.

If you are ever pulled over, know your rights and if it comes to it, do not resist arrest. You have the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney. You have the right to bail, and when the time is right for you to make a phone call contact Santa Ana Bail Bonds at 714-648-0586. Our agents will quickly process all the necessary paperwork so you can get out of jail.

Bail help is only a phone call away at Santa Ana Bail Bonds, call 714-648-0586 now.

Why It’s So Important To Be A Good Role Model For Your Family


For any of you out there who have children, you know how crucial it is to be a solid role model for them. That means being honest, honorable and a well-rounded family-person. Parents can’t afford to go out and drink every night, do drugs, avoid traffic violation tickets, get into arguments (that could lead to altercations), etc. Having a child means the consequences of such actions are more heartbreaking:

  • Your child could grow up without you in his or her life.
  • Your child, old enough to know what you had been up to, could make the serious decision to cut you out of their life.
  • Your child could also begin to start trouble and end up in jail, just like you.
  • Your family is no longer a family, and your home is no longer a home.

You can avoid all of this simply by looking and evaluating how you are as a parent. Mistakes happen and people do forgive, but it’s best to try and just avoid that mistake altogether!

If you need parenting help, concerned for yourself and your family, don’t be afraid to ask for help. It’s not something to be ashamed of; rather, you should be proud of yourself for asking for help and wanting to be a better parent for your child. If asking for help begins before any legal trouble, that’s excellent. But if asking for help begins from inside your jail cell, that’s okay too.

Santa Ana Bail Bonds is the best bail bond company in California to help you and your family get back together. Our bail bonds are affordable and our licensed agents are quick to work.

Please don’t hesitate to call Santa Ana Bail Bonds at 714-648-0586 and we will be more than happy to give you the help you want!

Parents Will Be Parents: Always Concerned About Their Children


As a parent, don’t you always have a concern for your children? Even if they are well behaved and honest, parents’ concern for their child continues to linger no matter what. It’s all part of being a parent.

It’s important to always be reminded that any trouble your kid gets into, you as a parent can be held responsible and liable. You may need to pay fines and fees – fees for educational programs required by court, legal fees and others. To avoid this stress and pain, keep an eye on your child whenever you can, but do not be too overbearing. A part of growing up for a child will include some rebellion, but if they can do this in ways that don’t include legal trouble, you’re golden.

Take note of your parenting styles and how your child reacts – where do you need to loosen up? Where can you be more trusting? No one expects to be a perfect parent nor is there a perfect parenting guidebook to follow rule by rule. It’s going to be challenging, but it’s also going to be fun – until you get a call from the police (hopefully you don’t).

Now, if your child does get arrested, there is no need to call Santa Ana Bail Bonds because minors are ineligible for bail (though they don’t stay in jail – they are still released back to the parents). However, if your child is 18 or older and calls you from jail because they indeed need bail help (they are now old enough) please do call Santa Ana Bail Bonds at 714-648-0586.

Santa Ana Bail Bonds is 28-year-old family owned company that excels at bailing people out of jail, including your child (who is now an adult and offered bail).

Don’t hesitate to call Santa Ana Bail Bonds for bail help. Again, our number is 714-648-0586.

Know This Before Co-Signing A Bail Bond


Co-signing a bail bond is a huge responsibility and liability. You’re essentially assuming the consequences if the defendant does not make his or her payments, skips court or possibly violate other terms of release that are dependent on the bail bond. We know you desperately just want to co-sign the bail bond because you’re sympathetic for your very close friend or relative, but you should really weigh certain things before signing off:

  • It is the co-signer’s duty to ensure the defendant appears in court and meets all other terms and conditions.
  • It is the co-signer’s duty to ensure the defendant does not violate any terms of his or her bail and release.
  • The co-signer may have to pledge collateral for the bond. This is most often property, electronics, jewelry and vehicles. The bail agency only keeps collateral if the defendant does not show in court. Otherwise, it will be returned at the conclusion.
  • The co-signer should notify the bail company of the whereabouts (if known) of the defendant if the defendant tries to flee. Otherwise, the co-signer will have consequences (such as collateral taken).
  • The co-signer may request the defendant to undergo certain programs and evaluations (like drug tests, mental health evaluations, etc.) before agreeing to co-sign the bail bond.

Luckily, co-signers can request to have their name taken off the bail bond if he or she begins to feel uncomfortable with the defendant. Then the bail bond is retracted and the defendant will be taken into custody. So if the accused commits another crime, or the co-signer believes the accused will not go to court, the co-signer has the right to cut ties with the situation to ensure their own safety.

If you are in need of a bail bond for your loved one, please call Santa Ana Bail Bonds at 714-648-0586.

We can discuss how you might be a co-signer. Santa Ana Bail Bonds protects the rights of the accused but also of the co-signers – we are on both of your sides because we work to achieve the best possible outcome for all.

It’s Okay To Ask For Parenting Help


If you think your child needs more help than you are able or knowledgeable of to provide, do not hesitate to call for third party help, be it from another family member, a friend or a professional. You want the best for your child and you want to help them in every way possible, but sometimes, it’s just not enough to come solely from you. Don’t be ashamed and don’t think you are not a suitable parent.

It would be worse to see your child end up in serious danger and trouble than to call in another person to help educate and “rehabilitate” them, wouldn’t it? Your child needs to be as responsive and receptive to positive influence and change in order for him or her to develop a goal-oriented, successful future.

Your concern for your child is natural – it’s loving and it shows you genuinely care. And that you made the extra effort to reach out to another person to help you, well, one day your child will truly thank you for that. You will not regret it and just know that other people are happy and willing to help.

If the kind of help you need is in the form of bail and bail bonds, you can certainly count on Santa Ana Bail Bonds. Our 28-year-old family-run company covers all of California so whether you’re in San Diego or Bakersfield or Novato, we are here to help you and yours.

Give Santa Ana Bail Bonds a call at 714-648-0586 if you any question regarding the bail process.

At Santa Ana Bail Bonds, we can help make the process less stressful and make bail more affordable for you. We are happy to get you and your child through this together!