Monthly Archives: February 2016

What Happens When The Wrong People Are Jailed

Unfortunately, there are instances where truly innocent people are wrongly convicted of a crime. So much is lost (friends, family, income, and literally years spent behind bars) that it is nearly impossible to compensate and make up for all of that. It was recently announced that Los Angeles was going to pay $24 million to […]

Get Your Tax Refund To Pay For Bail

It’s nearing time to file tax refunds and as much of a headache it is, this time around you might be more compelled to get it in on time than years past. Why? Because you have a bail bond to pay off. You can certainly use your tax refund to help pay for bail for […]

Bail Out Of Jail And Into A Healthy, Supportive Home

One arrest doesn’t have to ruin your entire life, especially if it is one where you were eligible for bail. Anyone who isn’t eligible for bail most likely committed a really awful crime which could really damage their reputation but because you’re not that person, you can still rise above your own situation. Your arrest […]

Brighten A Day By Bailing Out

Just like Spring presents brighter, happier days, you too can brighten a loved one’s future, by helping them bail out of jail. Jail is not pleasant; it’s dirty, dark, and uncomfortable. It’s miserable and sometimes cold. There is no sign of light (figuratively) and nothing happy about it. You can change that for your loved […]

Your Reaction To A Loved One’s Arrest

There’s no predicting your reaction to hearing that a loved one has been arrested. Depending on the circumstance, the type of person they are, and how close you are to them, your reaction can be anywhere between shocked to angry to not even surprised. This would be your initial reaction. However how you handle the […]

An Update on California Gun Control Laws

California has some of the strictest gun laws in all of the U.S. but following the deadly San Bernardino shooting (and not to mention all the other mass shootings that occur across the nation), lawmakers are pushing to tighten gun control even more. Currently, buyers are limited to buying only one handgun per month. Now, […]

Wise Spending: Tax Refunds For A Bail Payment

Each year, taxpayers are eligible to receive a refund on their income tax if what they owe is less than the sum of the total amount of withholding and estimated taxes they paid for the year. This money that is given back at the end of the financial year is money all taxpayers look forward […]

When Social Media Can Backfire On You

More police are turning to social media to catch lawbreakers and criminals. These days, almost everyone is on social media every day. So, some people need to be more careful before they hit the “post” button. Some things you probably don’t want to do on social media: Posting photos of you in a location that […]