Bail Bond Store News & Articles

Sitting in jail makes time seem like it stops when really, only minutes have passed by. Wouldn’t you rather be at home? Well, the fastest solution to that: getting the help from an Yuba County Bail Bond Store. The entire bail bond process will still...

The answer to your bail bond monetary payment woes is collateral. Money is tight, bail is expensive, and frankly, you never thought you would need to pay it, right? That’s why offering collateral is also an option and it will be returned as long as...

When you’re getting out of jail on a bail bond, you want to make sure everything goes smoothly. You’ve hit enough bumps in your road to get where you are. Avoid these mistakes and your bail bond will post immediately with no trouble: Neglecting consequences of...

If you feel like your rights have been violated, you certainly have the right to investigate and file a complaint! The police are supposed to protect rights but occasionally they overstep their authority. If you believe this happened to you, know this: Write down everything you...

If you’ve ever considered skipping jury duty, don’t. It’s a criminal offense to do so that could result in fines and jail time. It’s a part of your duty to help maintain and ensure justice. There could be a warrant out for you if...

Have you ever thought about how critical “think before you speak” and “think before you act” can be? Growing up as a child you’re taught that but it never really dawn on you just how important this can be – it can be the one...

If you or someone you know is an undocumented immigrant, the worst fear is getting caught and deported. However, it doesn’t work like that (so easily). Undocumented immigrants do have certain rights and we at Contra Costa Bail Bond Store Services want to help protect...

You have the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney. These are the rights for people who are arrested for any crime. These rights weren’t always in place and so fundamentally crucial to the people who get arrested. These rights came about...

What you probably know already is that drinking on public streets is prohibited in the majority of America. What you don’t know are the seven places where you actually can legally drink on the streets: Las Vegas, Nevada Sonoma, California Savannah, Georgia Fredericksburg, Texas Hood River, Oregon New Orleans, Louisiana Memphis, Tennessee Make...