Fresno Bail Bond Store Blog & Articles

So you know, a person can only be detained up to 48 hours in California without having any charges filed against them. If an officer takes you in, they may hold you for two days. But if in those two days, no charges are filed, you...

When you post bail, the judge will tell you (and it shouldn't be a surprise) that you need to be on your best behavior. That means no getting into trouble, no getting re-arrested, making all bail bond payments on time, showing up for all court...

Knowledge about bail and bail bonds is not something you learn in school, it's something you probably learn while watching television and movies. For some people, it's something they eventually learn as they deal with it in real life. TV and movies don't 100% accurately...

Lucia Bail Bond Store is one of California’s most popular bail bond companies. Lucia Bail Bond Store believes in honesty and integrity and want clients to know that they can fully count on us during this stressful and confusing period. We work fast and confidentially...

Have you ever wondered how or why the Miranda Rights are named after a girl named Miranda? Well first of all, they’re actually named after a man, Ernesto. Here’s the story: Back in 1963, Miranda was a suspect in the kidnapping and rape of a Phoenix...

You know by now that anything incriminating you post on social media can come back to taunt you later. You’re already careful about the things you post. But have you ever considered the things your friends post that include your face, name, social media handle,...

DUI checkpoints are not at all uncommon in California. Checkpoints are temporary in that they only operate for a few hours at a time and at different locations each time. They’re also “random” in that the police just want to perform a random check on...

In early January 2015, California Highway Patrol reported that the number of DUI arrests made over New Years Eve 2014 and New Years Day 2015 doubled compared to the same two days ringing in 2014. This increase was both for Los Angeles County and the...

While there is always a price tag on a bail bond to get a loved one out of jail, the emotional feeling renders that number priceless. There's truly nothing like being able to embrace your loved one after they have been arrested and sitting in...

When a convict is eligible to vote again (including in next year’s presidential election) will depend on their state. In California, convicts may not vote while they are serving their sentence or are on parole. However, once they are released from prison and complete parole,...