How to Deal With Getting Pulled Over By the Cops

Visalia Bail Bond Store

Visalia Bail Bond Store

Getting pulled over by the police is always, on some level, nerve-racking, whether you know what the reason for getting pulled over is or not. Maybe you are drinking and driving, or maybe you do not know that your taillight is out. You do not want to make a wrong move, but you also do not want to look nervous to the point that you look suspicious.

Hopefully these tips will help you out if you get pulled over:

    • Pull over in a safe place as soon as possible.
    • Turn off your car.
    • Turn your inside lights on.
    • Roll down the window when the officer approaches.
    • Do not make quick, sudden movements before the officer walks up, even if you are getting your license since reaching into your purse can raise suspicion.
    • Keep your hands on the wheel.
    • Retrieve your lice...

Detention and Arrest Are Different

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Madera Bail Bond Store

Detention in school was simply staying late one day, and sitting in room with a handful of other students, and a teacher, either doing homework or nothing at all. Detention outside of school, when you are an adult, is not quite the same. This is when you are briefly stopped by the police and/ or taken to their precinct. They have reasonable suspicion to stop and ask you a few questions, but if you are not being arrested, then you may leave.

If the officer’s reasonable suspicion grows to probable cause, then he or she may arrest you, and then you may not leave until you are booked, arraigned and allowed bail, and then post bail. Only when bail is posted may you leave, but because you were arrested, you will have to deal with lawyers and trials too...

Probable Cause vs. Reasonable Suspicion

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Fresno Bail Bond Store

To you, reasonable suspicion and probable cause sound like they mean the same thing. However, to Fresno Bail Bond Store, the police, and the court, these have different, though similar, meanings.

    • Reasonable Suspicion:

      Reasonable assumption that a crime has taken place, is taking place, or will take place, based on a police officer’s professional training and experience. It is a broader educated guess that can lead to a probable cause.

  • Probable Cause:

    Probable cause is logical belief that a crime has taken place, is taking place, or will take place. The difference is that probable cause is much more heavily supported by hard, concrete facts and circumstances.

A person can be arrested because of probable cause, then they will need to appear in an arraignment, then they might b...

Who Wouldn’t Want a Discount On a Bail Bond?

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Who Wouldn’t Want a Discount On a Bail Bond?

You Might Qualify for a 20% Discount at Visalia Bail Bond Store

Call 800 796-5584 now to see if you qualify for a discount that will make it possible to afford your loved one’s bail bond.

Visalia Bail Bond Store

While bail bonds are much cheaper than paying for the bail itself, they can still be quite expensive. That is why, at Visalia Bail Bond Store, we offer a 20% discount on the price of the bail bond. This discount will help you be able to afford your friend or family member’s bail bond.

To qualify for this discount, either you or one of your co-signers must meet one of the following requirements. If someone is a member of the military, active or a veteran, is a member of AARP, is a union member or is a homeowner...

You Do Not Need To Give Collateral

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At Fresno Bail Bond Store, Your Signature Is Enough

No one wants to put up their house or car to bail out a loved one. Find out how to bail a loved one out of jail without doing that by calling 800 796-5584.

Fresno Bail Bond Store

When a friend or family member has been arrested, you are under a lot of stress. You do not want to have to add to that stress by needing to put up something important of yours as collateral. Some companies require you to put up collateral in order to bail out your friend or family member. Fresno Bail Bond Store does not need you to do this.

We trust our clients at Fresno Bail Bond Store, and often times, we only need the signature of a working co-signer for collateral...

Do Not Let a Bail Bond Company Waste Your Time

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Colvis Bail Bond Store Works Quickly To Bail Out Your Loved One

Why waste time driving from bail agent to bail agent, simply get approved over the phone by calling 800 796-5584.

Colvis Bail Bond Store

When you are trying to bail a friend or family member out of jail, you want to get everything taken care of as quickly as possible in order to shorten your loved one’s stay in jail. You do not want to waste time driving to one bail bond company to talk to a bail agent, just to see if you are approved for the bail bond. If you get turned down, you’ve wasted far too much time on that bail agent.

That is why we approve our clients over the phone at Colvis Bail Bond Store. We do not want to waste your time, so we try to do everything over the phone...

You’re Wanted! How To Find Out

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Visalia Bail Bond Store

Did you know that you can find out if there is a warrant out for your arrest, by getting in touch with Visalia Bail Bond Store? Visalia Bail Bond Store can do an anonymous (legal) search in the databases for you.

Maybe you know you’re a wanted person. Maybe you don’t – maybe you just have a bunch of unpaid tickets and the police and DMV are finally fed up with you and want to bring you in. Either way you can contact Visalia Bail Bond Store, and we can check this out for you.

If there is no search warrant out there for you – that’s great! But if there is, we can discuss your bail opportunities and options before turning yourself in to the authorities.

Visalia Bail Bond Store can be reached on the phone at 800 796-5584 and online. We will absolutely be there to help you out!

Why Do Bail Bonds Exist?

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Merced Bail Bond Store

As you might know, a person’s court trial likely won’t start immediately after their arrest. Investigators take their time and work with prosecution to gather evidence and build a case; likewise, the defendant takes this time to build a case for his or her own self. This “time” taken is often weeks, months, even a few years. During this time, it isn’t fair to keep the defendant locked in jail; the defendant is allowed to leave jail and return home and go about as normal of a life as possible.

There are conditions, however. For one, the defendant must actually be allowed to leave jail, in a process called posting bail. In extreme circumstances, the judge will deny bail for a person but in most, they’ll be granted bail...

How Long Is The Bail Process?

Madera Bail Bond Store

Madera Bail Bond Store

It can seem like forever for the one in jail, but the bail process is relatively short, so to speak. We mean hours, which as we said – relatively short, considering the situation.

The defendant won’t be able to bail out of jail until they are booked and arraigned, which happens as soon as possible after their arrest. They learn of their bail amount at their arraignment hearing. After that, they can post bail as soon as they can get the cash for it. Or, they can use a bail bond as soon as they can 1) get in touch with a bail bond agent, and 2) figure out the payment plan.

Really, getting a bail bond isn’t going to be too difficult; in fact, it will be an easier process than paying for cash bail because it’s more affordable to pay for...

Does Paying For Bail Affect Credit Score?

Fresno Bail Bond Store

Fresno Bail Bond Store

Having to pay for a loved one’s bail out of jail is likely to cost hundreds to thousands of dollars. No matter how much it is, it’s a sum of money that no person wants to pay. And especially for the higher bail amounts, one has to wonder, will paying for bail affect credit score?

The good news is that the risks are relatively low. Paying for a bail bond with a credit card is the same as paying for anything else with a credit card. The bail bond is essentially paid for, you just then need to pay off your credit card when your bank issues your statement. You may need to increase your balance of your credit card when you pay, however. Plus, paying for a bail bond isn’t a one-time payment. It is broken up into smaller sums, multiple payments...