Monthly Archives: March 2016

The First Gun Laws You Need To Know About In California

In light of recent events happening around the world, the topic of guns comes up. Some people want gun control while others want to keep the right to bear arms for protection and safety. People have a heightened sense of security when they have guns. But because of the deadly nature of these weapons, there […]

Believe You’re Greater Than Your Arrest

Getting arrested and bailing out of jail is going to be embarrassing – both for the person who was arrested, as well as their closest friends and family members. But instead of facing this situation as an overbearing punishment, think of it as a lesson and motivation to be a better, more responsible and mature […]

Request A Tax Return – And Use It For Bail at San Jose Bail Bond Store

When filing taxes, you’re asked whether you want to apply excess taxes from the previous year towards this year, or if you would prefer to receive a tax return check. The benefit of the former choice is not needing to pay as much if and when you owe money. But the benefit of the latter […]

Question: What Powers A Search Warrant Does And Does Not Have

A search warrant is a document authorizing the police to search through a person’s property and belongings. In order for the police to obtain a search warrant, they must present to the judge that they have probable cause to believe criminal activity has occurred, is occurring, or will occur in connection to the location and […]

Remember Even If You’re Innocent, Please Don’t Resist Arrest

Human error is not a stranger in the justice system, unfortunately. But that is not just one person’s fault, right. Many people are involved and situations get very complex and complicated. Some people lie. Some evidence is missed and lead to a different outcome. Some people are wrongly arrested. If you believe you are wrongfully […]

Federal Vs. State Court: The Differences Explained

There are different types of court, but here we focus on the Federal and State court systems. Most crimes are heard in state court. These are crimes we commonly, immediately think of (probably because we hear about them the most) such as arson, theft, rape, and murder, etc. These crimes are investigated by state agents […]

Tips And Tricks For Lowering Your Bail

Bail can cost hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands, even a million dollars, depending on the crime. A million is unbelieveable but even hundreds – that’s still quite a bit of money that no one ever wants to have to pay. It teters on a seesaw – bail is a consequence to pay, but you get […]

The Role Of A Bail Bond Cosigner

A part of being eligible for a bail bond is needing to find someone who will cosign your bail bond; this person is known as the cosigner (go figure) and they are agreeing to be financially responsible to pay the full bail amount (monetarily or with collateral they pledged such as property, vehicles, and valuables […]

Miranda Rights, Private Attorneys, and Public Defenders

The Miranda Rights reads “…you have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed to you.” You might think – okay, just have the court appoint me one so I can save money. Well, that’s not really how it goes, and there are different kinds of attorneys, some who […]

The Positivity Behind Bail Bonds

Most people tend to associate negative thoughts and feelings with bail bonds because it means that someone they love was arrested for a crime. The idea of associating positivity, relief, and care with bail bonds is at the very back of their minds, if at all. But these emotions should really manifest louder than negativity […]