How to get Free Legal Assistance in California

How to get Free Legal Assistance in California

How to get Free Legal Assistance in California

Nearly everyone has a point in their life where they need some sort of legal advice. If you’re lucky, you have enough money that you can pay a lawyer for their time. Sadly, not everyone is in this position. The good news is that whether you need answers to a few legal questions involving how to care for an elderly parent or need a good defense lawyer for an upcoming trial, California does have free legal assistance programs.

Public Defenders

Every American should know that if they find themselves on the wrong side of the law, they’re entitled to a defense attorney. There’s a well-known line in the Miranda Rights that states, “if you can’t afford an attorney, one will be provided for you.” The reason the line is in the Miranda Rights is so that you understand that getting a g...

Child Endangerment in California

Child Endangerment in California

Child Endangerment in California

California’s lawmakers believe that adults have a moral and legal responsibility to protect children. Failing to do so can put you on the wrong side of the law.

The California Penal Code 273a PC deals with the issue of child endangerment.

The interesting thing about Penal Code 273a PC is that while it deals with child endangerment, it isn’t the same law that defines child abuse.

The idea behind child endangerment is that the episode is often a single episode. It doesn’t always involve a child getting hurt, but rather addresses the fact that a child, which according to the California legal system is anyone under the age of 18, could have been hurt or killed as a direct result of your actions...

Professional Bail Help Is a Phone Call Away

Professional Bail Help Is a Phone Call Away

Professional Bail Help Is a Phone Call Away

Dealing with the arrest of a loved one is difficult for most people. No one ever plans on someone they know getting arrested and so they rarely are ever prepared to deal with an arrest. Unfortunately, an arrest can occur at any time without warning. When that happens, most people need a guide and helping hand.

Luckily a professional guide for bail is easy to find here in California. You just need to contact Bulldog Bail Bonds in Clovis. Our professional bail agents are available 24/7. They will always be there to answer your questions whenever you need a helping hand. You can talk to a bail agent online, over the phone, or at one of our local offices.

Our expert bail agents know everything about the bail bond process...

Restart the New Year with Clovis Bail Bond Store

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The start to your loved one’s new year has been less than spectacular. He or she has already run into problems with the police and is now sitting in jail, waiting to post bail. They are probably thinking it is a bad omen, that the rest of the year, or life, will be rocky. You need to cheer them up and help them see that this is just one obstacle to get through. Life is not going to be perfect, but it will not be as bad as they are imagining.

The first thing you need to do is contact Clovis Bail Bond Store to get a bail bond for your loved one’s release. Rather than paying 100% cash bail, wouldn’t you rather pay 10% of that with a flexible payment plan? Plus, your loved one will be released before you have finished making all of the payments...

Holiday Travel and Staying On the Nice List

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Travel peaks during the holiday season as everyone goes on a holiday vacation to be with loved ones. We always try to remain on our best behavior, partially because we want to stay on Santa’s Nice List, but really, it is due to the fact that we are adults now. We do not want to run into any trouble with the law, especially when we are out of our own state.

Getting arrested outside of our own state causes more of a headache for the defendant than if he or she were arrested within their state. In some instances, the defendant may have a local lawyer represent them in court while the defendant returns home, but in other cases, the defendant will be required to appear in court. This may mean that the defendant has to prolong their stay in the state, or keep making travel arrangements back...