Fresno Bail Bond Store Blog & Articles

More police are turning to social media to catch lawbreakers and criminals. These days, almost everyone is on social media every day. So, some people need to be more careful before they hit the "post" button. Some things you probably don't want to do on...

Does Visalia Bail Bond Store accept tax return money for a bail bond payment? Of course! Because your tax return is really your money, there are no restrictions about using it for a bail bond payment. What happens is that when you receive your tax...

Concern about paying for bail and even a bail bond is not uncommon. Though bail bonds are much more affordable than paying bail directly to court, that doesn’t mean they’re still easy to pay off! In between paying for rent, bills, groceries and other necessities,...

We hear that El Niño is going to really begin in February and when the rain comes, so do more road accidents. In preparation for rainy day driving and to avoid as many accidents and arrests as possible, let us offer you some tips: Check windshield...

You might be able to afford to pay for bail without a bail bond because you have the money. But you must not forget that paying for bail means you need to pay the entire amount before the defendant can be released. And since you...

As you’re well aware, not every person who has been arrested is truly guilty of the crime they were arrested for. When law enforcement wrongly arrests a person, it is called a false arrest and is actually a crime in itself. A false arrest by the...

You didn’t expect to have to pay for your loved one’s bail, but you did expect your nice tax refund to come in the mail. Thankfully, you can use this refund towards that bail bond payment! Yes, you were hoping to put some of that...

Every year there are a slew of new laws that go into effect. Likely, you won’t agree or support all of them. But you have to obey them, or be fined or arrested. Also, not all new laws will affect you, yet it’s still important...

Parents, even under your supervision, it is illegal to provide your underage children alcohol. This is considered as “contributing to the delinquency of a minor.” Other acts that fall under this category include supplying minors with cigarettes or allowing an underage minor to engage in...

If you know your friend constantly gets into serious trouble (and we mean serious legal trouble) or is close to it, you need to do everything you can to prevent it. The last thing you want to deal with is having to bail them out...