Category Archives: Chino Bail Bonds

California’s Minor in Possession of Alcohol Law

California’s Minor in Possession of Alcohol Law

Teenagers like to do things that they feel make them more adult-like. They also like to experiment with things that make them feel wild and free. This combination prompts many minors to consume alcohol long before they reach their twenty-first birthday. Like most states, California has strict minor in possession laws that deal with the […]

The Right to Remain Silent in California

One of the very first things you’re told when you’re arrested in California is that you have the right to remain silent. It’s very clearly stated during the Miranda Rights which will be recited to you every single time you’re arrested. In nearly all situations, taking advantage of your right to remain silent really is […]

California’s Child Safety Seat Laws Keep Kids Safe

California’s Child Safety Seat Laws Keep Kids Safe

All of us know that young kids have to be strapped into a safety seat whenever they’re in a vehicle. The reason for this is because those safety seats save lives. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that properly installed car seats reduce the number of infant fatalities suffered during car accidents by 54 […]

Cycling Under the Influence

Cycling Under the Influence

We hear a great deal about the dangers of drinking and driving. We understand that a single DUI can have a horrible, long-term impact on our lives. As a result, many of us take steps to avoid even the possibility of getting behind the wheel if we think there’s a chance we’ll have a little […]

Can I do Anything I Want While I’m Out on a California Bail Bond?

Can I do Anything I Want While I’m Out on a California Bail Bond?

We frequently run into clients who mistakenly assume that they are free to do whatever they want while they are out on a California bail bond. While it’s true that the bail bond does give you more freedom than you’d enjoy if you’re locked in a jail cell, there are some rules connected to your […]

Stay Safe Going into the New Year

Stay Safe Going into the New Year

Going out on the town and painting it red on New Year’s Eve always seems like a great way to ring in the New Year. Celebrating at bars, restaurants, clubs, and community events is a lot of fun and a great way to create some spectacular memories, but it can also be dangerous. The good […]

Legal Self-Defense Weapons in California

Legal Self-Defense Weapons in California

There are some weapons that California lawmakers don’t want you to have and some that you’re legally allowed to have and use for self-defense purposes. Firearms First, you can legally own a gun in California for self-defense purposes provided you’ve gone through the proper training and licensing process. Not only do you have to go […]

Most Common Reasons People Are Arrested During the Holiday Season

Most Common Reasons People Are Arrested During the Holiday Season

The holidays are here. For most of us, that means spending time with friends and family members we love. This is a time when we make good memories and spread love. Unfortunately, not all of us will enjoy the holiday season. Some studies indicate that crime rates increase during the holiday season. There are a […]

Understanding Your Responsibility As A Bail Cosigner

Understanding Your Responsibility As A Bail Cosigner

Co-signing a bail bond is a huge responsibility and liability. You’re essentially assuming the consequences if the defendant does not make his or her payments, skips court, or possibly violates other terms of release that are dependent on the bail bond. We know you desperately just want to co-sign the bail bond because you’re sympathetic […]

What To Do When The Police Want To Question You

What To Do When The Police Want To Question You

It doesn’t matter if it’s a phone call asking that you schedule an appointment or if officers knock on your door. Learning that the police want to talk to you is enough to strike terror into your heart, even if you haven’t done anything wrong. When you learn that the police want to speak to […]