You Don’t Have to Leave Your Friend In Jail

You Don’t Have to Leave Your Friend In Jail

You Don’t Have to Leave Your Friend In Jail

Some people out there would be lost without their friends and family members. For these people, their loved ones help keep them in check and out of trouble. You know this about your friend, which is why you aren’t terribly surprised to hear that she has been arrested. You may not have been there to keep her out of jail, but you are not about to leave her stranded in jail.

The thing is, you’ve never bailed someone out of jail before. You don’t know where to begin. The best way to get started is by contacting Bulldog Bail Bonds in Fresno. We are a professional, statewide bail bond company that has been aiding Californians just like you for over 30 years. We know everything about bail and will be more than happy to help you.

Our agents will answer all of your questions as they help...

Let Us Take Care of You and Your Loved One

Let Us Take Care of You and Your Loved One

Let Us Take Care of You and Your Loved One

Everyone has at least one person in their life that they like to share everything with. Whenever something good happens, you just can’t wait to tell this person about it. When something goes wrong, you can count on that person to help you get through it, and vice versa. That is why, when your loved one calls you from jail, you promise to help get him or her out.

If you are going to bail a loved one out of jail, you are going to need help, and not just any help. You want the same kind of dedication and commitment that you provide. Finding high quality help would be difficult, if you didn’t already know about Bulldog Bail Bonds in Kerman. We provide the best bail help in all of California.

Since 1987, our bail agents have been aiding Californians with bail. This gives us over 30 y...

What to Know About Fireworks

You will not have to wait much longer to buy your fireworks for July 4. In just a few days time, it will be June 28, the first day people are allowed to purchase fireworks in California. Fireworks can continue to be purchased until July 6. Other than knowing when you can buy your fireworks, you will need to know what type of fireworks you can buy, and more importantly, how to handle them properly. Fireworks are not toys. They need to be in the hands of only those who are responsible and old enough to use them safely and properly.

Fireworks are categorized as either “dangerous” or “safe and sane.” Under no circumstances can dangerous fireworks be sold to the public. Dangerous fireworks include firecrackers, roman candles, rockets, sparklers longer than 10 inches, torpedoes, and more...

The Rules of Fireworks

For anyone who is starting to plan their July 4 activities, do not forget the fireworks! It is always great watching the big fireworks show that is planned for the general public, but at some point you get tired of going early to find parking and snag a good spot. Besides, this year, your friend is hosting a party and you do not want to miss it. This party still needs fireworks because what is a 4th of July celebration without them? If you plan on bringing some fireworks to your friend’s party, make sure you know what is and is not allowed. The last thing you want is for somebody to get hurt and the police to shut you guys down.

Fireworks are categorized as either “dangerous fireworks” or “safe and sane fireworks.”

Dangerous Fireworks
In order to purchase and use dangerous fi...

How Can a Defendant Get Out of Jail?

Someone who is arrested has been accused of a crime. They are legally considered innocent until proven guilty in court, but their trial in court may not happen for some time after their arrest. What happens to the accused during this time? It is not fair to keep the accused in custody unless they are considered danger to the community, or they are likely to flee before their trial. If the defendant is deemed safe, he or she has the opportunity to post bail and be released from custody.

A defendant can post bail by paying the entire bail by him or herself, or with the help of loved ones. They will need to turn over 100% of the bail cost before they can actually be released, but this is refundable later on as long as they show up for their scheduled court date.

The second way a defendan...

Understanding Proper Court Etiquette

Proper etiquette is essential for making a good impression on other people, and this is especially true in the courtroom, especially for the defendant. The defendant is already in the courtroom with a disadvantage; this is the person who is being accused of a crime and is fighting against the charges so the jury finds him or her not guilty. While the jury and the judge deliberate and come to a decision based on the arguments brought forth from the defense and prosecution, the defendant’s appearance and overall courtroom etiquette leave an impression. Here are some helpful tips on proper courtroom etiquette, which are especially helpful for the defendant:

• Arrive a little earlier than the start time of the trial so that you can have a few moments with your lawyer.
• If the defendant ...

How Soon After the Arrest will Charges be Filed and the Defendant can Post Bail?

The U.S. Constitution says that a defendant has the right to a speedy trial. This does not mean the trial itself will be completed within a certain amount of days. It means that the time between the formal arrest and the decision of the formal charges must be a reasonable amount of time. For most states, this is a 72-hour window, but for California, it is 48 hours. So, the prosecutor has 2-3 days, depending on state law, after a defendant is arrested to deliver the charges that will be filed.

This also protects defendants from having to remain in custody and jail for a lengthy time before the trial begins. Once the charges are announced at an arraignment hearing, then the defendant can post bail to return home...

How Long can a Person be Detained by the Police

How long can the police hold a person without charging them? In many states, the police have a 72 hour window. In California, the police are allowed 48 hours to hold/ detain a person without charges being made. After 48 hours, if no charges are filed, then the police must release this person.

In this 48 hour window, the police or detectives must work closely with prosecutors. The police cannot bring charges against the arrestee. It is the prosecutor who does this. The police and detectives must provide the prosecutor with the proper and substantial evidence that a crime has occurred and that the arrestee was involved.

If the prosecutor does not bring charges within that 48 hour window, they can always bring charges against this person later on...

Can I Travel if I am Out on Bail?

If you are ever arrested, rearranging your travel plans will be one of the many things you may need to take care of, as soon as possible. We realize that you will have many things to take care of and organize at this point. Prioritizing tasks will be important here, as well as taking help from those who are offering it, like family and friends. They will help alleviate some of the stress by helping to sort through some of the matters that need attending to: like canceling your upcoming vacation.

It could be that you are not be allowed to travel at all while you are out on bail, or it could be that your travels conflict with your scheduled court dates...

Clovis Bail Bond Store Genuinely Cares

Customer Service is a big part of a company’s reputation. With many competing companies in one industry, a company must truly stand out and not only tell people they want to help them, but show it and truly mean it. A company needs to be like Clovis Bail Bond Store.

Available 24/7, Clovis Bail Bond Store is a 30 year old bail bond company that can assist with all of California’s bail bond needs. It is true that this is not the most fun industry to be in, but Clovis Bail Bond Store bail agents are in this business because they genuinely want to help another family in need.

Some bail bond professionals at other companies immediately give off a vibe that they are bored, hate their job, and are not prioritizing the customer...