Contra Costa Statewide Bail Bonds

When your child turns 18, his or her juvenile criminal record will be sealed. So it may be that you and your child are coping with their arrest right now and worried on how it will affect them in the future, know that when they turn 18, it will be a new chapter for them.

About Juvenile Records

Juvenile records are sealed on the 18th birthday in order for the now-adult to venture into adulthood.

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 and 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 a bail bond or if you are going to need one in the future, contact Contra Costa Statewide Bail Bonds. You can reach us online or by phone at 925-228-5858. Consultation with one of our friendly and helpful bail agents is always FREE. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions you may have regarding bail and bail bonds. They will be able to answer them for you. Ask about our zero down bail bonds and bail bond discount we offer as well. We are available to help you 24/7, so feel free to call us anytime!

To learn more about services we offer at Contra Costa Statewide Bail Bonds, call 925-228-5858 or Chat With Us now. Consultation is always FREE!

Did You Know Juvenile Records Are Sealed When They Turn 18?