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People are always looking for ways to earn more money, but they rarely look at ways they can save more. Here are some helpful tips that you might want to consider so you can save money and put it into your emergency fund. This way,...

If it ever came down to it, would you agree to help pay for your loved one’s bail bond, or would you rather someone else take care of the problem so you do not have to be financially involved? Pros to helping your loved one...

Did you know that your loved one’s ability to post bail may rest in your hands? Bail is expensive, and can be very hard for one person to post alone. They may need your help to get through this. You should contact Contra Costa County...

How you represent yourself in your court hearing is nearly as important as the case your lawyer is making. Your body language, dress, and overall presentation, speaks volumes to the jury, the judge, and others. Granted, some defendants will not be able to present themselves...

There is no shortage of weirdness in California. We have odd people who tried to do strange things that led to produced weird laws. Today many of these laws remain in the books, despite seeming very unlikely that any Californian would try to purposely violate...

The number for Contra Costa County Bail Bonds is 925-228-5858. You might want to remember that (and the company’s name) next time you have a run-in with the cops. This time, you got away or got off easy. But next time they may not be...

Bail for a defendant is going to be based on a number of criteria. What the crime was. Whether or not the defendant has a prior record of criminal activity. The bonds he or she has with other members of the community (flight risk). His or her financial...

Among a parent’s most frightening thoughts is that their child is going to be or has been arrested. In this moment, they want to be there to help their child as much as they can but frankly, there is only so much they can do...

Voting rights for some convicted felons in California could soon change - possibly. Currently in California, the law only allows convicted felons to vote only when they have been released from jail and completed parole; their voting rights are automatically restored upon completion. But now...