What Are Bail Bonds For?


The purpose of a bail bond is to ensure a person’s release from jail, pre-trial, but also to ensure their appearance in court before the judge. In order to receive a bail bond, the defendant must first be granted bail; this comes from the judge during the arraignment hearing. Then, the defendant, or someone on his or her behalf, must contact a bail bond company, receive a consultation, then decide if they are able to meet the company’s asks, or if they need to find another bail bond company. You can also ask your bail agent about no collateral bail bonds.

The bail bond company will ask for a 10-15% fee of the bail amount, which will be paid with the most affordable and ideal payment plan the bail bond company puts together based on the paying clients’ financial situation.

If and when the paperwork and agreements are finalized and signed by the client and the bail bond company, the holding jail will process it and release the defendant. The defendant will be required to meet all court appearances and any other release terms and conditions.

Not too difficult of a concept to understand the bail bond process, right? If you continue to have additional questions, don’t hesitate call us at 866-736-6977 San Bernardino Bail Bond Store will not let you or your family down!

Even If You’re Innocent, Don’t Resist Arrest

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Human error is not a stranger in the justice system, unfortunately. But that is not just one person’s fault, right. Many people are involved and situations get very complex and complicated. Some people lie. Some evidence is missed and lead to a different outcome. Some people are wrongly arrested.

If you believe you are wrongfully being arrested, it is important to know that you should still not resist the police. It may be proven later on that yes, you were wrongfully arrested; but if you resisted and caused issue with the police, then you can still get in trouble for that, in some cases. So, even if you are wrongfully being arrested, go peacefully and willingly. At the first chance you are able to, contact a lawyer and your most trusted friends and family to help get the situation resolved.

For anyone who is ever arrested, Apple Valley Bail Bond Store offer affordable bail bond services to those who are granted bail, anywhere in California. Payment plans are personalized according to the client’s needs and situation, and monthly rates are always kept as low as possible. We’re an accessible, friendly company who will be happy to help anyone and everyone who needs a bail bond. Don’t forget to ask you r bail agent if you qualify for a no down bail bonds.

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Federal Vs. State Court: The Differences

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There are different types of court, but here we focus on the Federal and State court systems.
Most crimes are heard in state court. These are crimes we commonly, immediately think of (probably because we hear about them the most) such as arson, theft, rape, and murder, etc. These crimes are investigated by state agents such as local police officers and county sheriffs and tried by local and state attorneys.

The crimes that go to federal court are generally ones that are in regard to some federal or national issue such as federal tax fraud or cross-state trafficking of contraband. Federal crimes are investigated by federal officers like the FBI and CIA and tried by federal attorneys. Federal court cases generally take a longer time to resolve because of its complexity.

As far as bail bond help goes, it doesn’t matter if the person is headed to federal court or state court. As long as the judge has granted bail during the arraignment, the person can apply for a bail bond from Adelanto Bail Bond Store and then be freed within a few hours.

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The Role Of A Bail Bond Cosigner

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A part of being eligible for a bail bond is needing to find someone who will cosign your bail bond; this person is known as the cosigner (go figure) and they are agreeing to be financially responsible to pay the full bail amount (monetarily or with collateral they pledged such as property, vehicles, and valuables like weapons and jewelry) if you fail to appear in court when you are asked. That’s a lot to ask of a cosigner, so if they agree to this, they better have high trust in you to not let them down.

The cosigner is risking a lot, but at the same time, they do have rights to protect themselves from losing everything in the case that they feel you are not trustworthy. The cosigner can ask the bail bond company to revoke the bond and express concern. You will then have to go back to jail and the cosigner then does not lose their money or collateral.

We want to make sure you have all the information before asking someone to be your cosigner – or agreeing to cosign someone else’s bail bond.

Learn more about cosigners and whether or not you will need one for yourself by contacting Victorville Bail Bonds by calling 866-736-6977 .

California To Raise Legal Smoking Age from 18 to 21

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In quite the bold move, California lawmakers just recently voted to change the minimum age for smoking from 18 to 21. California is only the second state in the U.S. to move forward with this change; only Hawaii has made this change.

California is the most populous state in America and such a substantial change could greatly affect the public. Although most smokers start before the legal age limit, even just raising the limit to 21 will make it more difficult for teens to get ahold of tobacco products.

This would not include the use of e-cigarettes, as currently these increasingly popular devices are not regulated by the federal government; however, there is also a push to change that.

Currently underage smokers face relatively low punishment levels because they are minors. But when the law officially changes, underage smokers will now include young adults 18-20, who are no longer considered juveniles. Plus, anyone caught selling or providing cigarettes to anyone under 21 could face harsher punishment such as losing their store license and more, as they currently do face if they provide cigarettes to anyone under 17. In this situation, if they get arrested, they most likely can make bail, especially with a bail bond.

Our bail agents at Apple Valley Bail Bonds will do all of the hard work for you. All you need to do is tell us your friend or family member’s name, his or her birthday, and the county where he or she got arrested. We will locate your loved one in the county jail system and begin the process of bailing him or her out.

For information on bail bonds, please go to chat with a professional Apple Valley Bail Bonds agent or call us at 866-736-6977

How You Could Change Your Parent’s Life For The Better

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Not every family is the perfect family, right. Some families are broken, there is constant arguing, the home isn’t the healthiest environment, parents are not good role models for their children as they can be. Some children are greatly affected by this, others face this adversity and overcome it with their own determination.

A child or youth (anyone 17 or younger) is capable of being the reason their parent changes their own lives for the better. This is when the traditional roles of the child and the parent are reversed. A child can sit down with their parent and express their disappointment and concern. They can get friends and family members, and professional family therapists and counselors to get involved. They can even reach out to the police, taking more extreme action.

At some point, hopefully, the parent will realize that they are not the person they want to be – they can be better – for themselves and their family. They don’t want to lose their loved ones and they certainly don’t want the police to have a reason to intervene and arrest them.

Rebuilding relationships is difficult with physical barriers – like jail walls. Victorville Bail Bonds will be the one to bail the parent out of jail and bring them back home to you so that you can start the rebuilding process. Sometimes it takes an arrest, even if it was because the child called the cops, for them to wake up.

Chat with an Victorville Bail Bonds professional online at or call the hotline at 866-736-6977 . We’ll be on the other side ready to answer and help you and your family!

Your Tax Return Can Help Pay For Bail

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No matter how much or how little you are receiving for your tax return, any amount will help a bit of your financial burden in having to pay for a bail bond. Granted, bail bonds are already the more affordable method to bailing out of jail, but that still doesn’t mean bail bonds are cheap. Plus, every individual and group of friends or family members stand in different financial situations. No one’s situation will be exactly alike.

Because of this, San Bernardino Bail Bond Store attempts to customize each situation as much as possible, according to the financial needs of those involved. Being flexible and understanding San Bernardino Bail Bond Store makes monthly payments as low as possible. Credit, debit, cash, and checks are all acceptable forms of payment and there is also a convenient and secure online payment system set up. Additionally, as mentioned, the money from your tax return is also acceptable towards bail bond payments.

Find out more about acceptable payments for your bail bond by chatting with an San Bernardino Bail Bond Store representative online or calling them at 866-736-6977 . We’re available to answer you 24/7 – so yes, even in the middle of the night!

Any Jail, Any Time – Always Bail


No matter what California jail you are taken to, San Bernardino Bail Bond Store can help bail you out, if you are eligible for bail after your arraignment hearing. No matter what day of the week it is, or what hour of the day it is, San Bernardino Bail Bond Store will answer your online chat, phone call, or walk-in appointment at any of the company’s offices.

San Bernardino Bail Bond Store is available 24/7 and serves all of California. The company has offices all throughout the state but even if you or your loved ones are not within the vicinity of an office, you can always get a hold of us online or over the phone. Plus, if and when an San Bernardino Bail Bond Store agent needs to meet with you face-to-face, they’ll take the time and effort to meet you where it is most convenient.

In sum, San Bernardino Bail Bond Store is there for you whenever, wherever. We won’t let you down; you can count on our team to help get you or a loved one out of jail, and we’ll do it fast. Ask your bail agent about our no down bail bonds.

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Lying Always Gets You In Trouble


Lying to the police and making a false report is a crime. Making a mistake by telling the police one thing, then remembering it’s another thing, is different and not a crime.

For example, describing the getaway car as red when you definitely know it was white is lying and thus committing a crime. But if you think the car was blue, but later remember that it was in fact green, is an honest mistake that you would correct yourself with the police when you recall that detail.

If the police approach and question you regarding anything you may have heard or witnessed, don’t panic and just blurt out anything. Think about what had happened. If you don’t remember something, be honest. That’s way better than lying, and then later finding yourself in trouble.

Lucky for you, Apple Valley Bail Bond Store is here to help you and your friend or family member. We have been bailing Californians out of jail since 1987. Nobody has more knowledge or experience with bailing people out than we do. Because of this experience, we can get your friend or family member out of jail faster than any of our competitors.

If you somehow find yourself in jail and in need of a bail bond to get out, Apple Valley Bail Bond Store is the team to help you. We’ll get you out of jail in no time, just call us at 866-736-6977 or chat with us online!

Keep Up With Bail Bond Payments With Tax Returns

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When you start doing your taxes, you will be asked that in the case you paid excess taxes in the previous year, would you like the balance to be refunded to you or applied to this coming year’s taxes. The pros to either might be obvious:

    ● If you choose to be refunded, you will get a check in the mail or to your bank account, and soon you will be in possession of a little extra money for your use.
    ● If you choose to have it applied to your next taxes, then you will not have to pay as much in the end.

For some people, it may not matter which option they go with, even though they ultimately get to decide. But for others, they might feel inclined to have it refunded to them because they are low on money right now and really can use extra money as soon as possible to pay some necessary dues – such as bail bond payments.

Remember, it is imperative to not miss a bail bond payment because it will put the bond (and ultimately the defendant’s freedom) in jeopardy. Talk to your San Bernardino Bail Bond Store agent any time to get updates on payments and other news (but do keep track of them yourself too). Your San Bernardino Bail Bonds agent is there to help you through the whole process so you’re not left in the dark.

San Bernardino Bail Bond Store offices and bail agents located all over California. To help speed up the bail process, most of our offices are located near the local jail or courthouse. In the areas where we do not have a local office, we have roaming agents. This way, no matter where in California you are, we can help you.

Call 866-736-6977 to speak with a company representative and get your questions answered.