It Doesn’t Matter if You Weren’t Prepared for an Arrest

It Doesn’t Matter if You Weren’t Prepared for an Arrest

It Doesn’t Matter if You Weren’t Prepared for an Arrest

Try as people might, it is impossible to be prepared for everything. Most people probably think they are prepared for their day when they wake up in the morning. They know exactly how the day will go and what to expect, or so they think. Unfortunately, life has a way of throwing surprises at people.

One surprise that no one is ever prepared for is the arrest of a loved one. No one ever expects that a loved one will get arrested, and so no one is ever prepared to deal with the aftermath. Luckily, there are professionals out there who can help. All a person has to do is contact Bulldog Bail Bonds in Clovis.

Since 1987, Bulldog Bail Bonds in Clovis has helped thousands of people post bail in California. We can help you too...

Bail Can Be Simple Like on TV, with the Right Help

Bail Can Be Simple Like on TV, with the Right Help

Bail Can Be Simple Like on TV, with the Right Help

If you are like most people, then everything you know about bail, which isn’t much, came from television. Unfortunately, television doesn’t reveal a whole lot about the bail process, and makes it look super simple. Sadly, due to high bail amounts here in California, that isn’t always the case.

Bailing someone out of jail can be easy, provided you get the right help. The best place to get bail help here in California is by contacting Bulldog Bail Bonds in Madera. Our professional bail agents know everything about bailing someone out of jail. They will happily share that information with you. All you have to do is talk to one.

Our experts will walk you through each step of the process and answer all of your questions. You will not have to face this alone...

You Are Not Crazy for Wanting to Post Bail

You Are Not Crazy for Wanting to Post Bail

You Are Not Crazy for Wanting to Post Bail

Some people may say it is crazy to try and bail someone out of jail, but those people don’t understand. When someone that you care about is locked behind bars, all you want to do is help them. You will go to the ends of the Earth for them. This means that you will stop at nothing to bail your loved one out of jail.

Luckily, bailing someone out of jail isn’t as difficult as people make it out to be. The easiest way to bail someone out of jail in the state of California is to contact Bulldog Bail Bonds in Kerman. We have been rescuing Californians from jail since 1987. This gives us over 30 years of experience in the industry.

You can count on our professional bail agents to use their expertise to make bailing someone out of jail a quick and easy experience...

We Can Help You with a Bail Emergency

We can help you with a bail emergency

We can help you with a bail emergency

Despite your best efforts, there are some things that you just can’t plan for. These things are often classified as emergencies because of that fact. Even though bad things, such as the arrest of a loved one, can arise without warning, they can be dealt with. A person just needs the right help. The best place to find bail help in California is here at Clovis Bail Bonds.

Clovis Bail Bonds was founded back in 1987. This gives us over 30 years of experience with dealing with bail emergencies. We know how to handle every possible bail scenario. Whether or not you were prepared for your loved one’s arrest does not matter. We can easily guide you through the process of bailing someone out of jail.

Our bail agents are ready and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week...

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...

New Laws For 2017


Every January 1st, a whole bunch of new laws go into effect in California. The new laws this year include the following:

• Minimum wage: any business that employs 26 or more people will be raising their minimum wages to $10.50, up $0.50 per hour. By 2022, it will be $15.
• Gun laws: anyone who previously owned magazines that hold more than 10 rounds are required to surrender them. Anyone who wishes to purchase ammunition must pass a background check each time. Just like civilians, law enforcement officers are required to securely store their handguns in a lockbox out of plain view.
• Cell phone use while driving: any app usage on a cell phone is prohibited while driving. The current law references texting only, but the new law expands to include GPS mapping, and social media.
• Epipens:...