Category Archives: Colton Bail Bonds

Colton Bail Bond Store – Hardly a Stranger

No human is perfect and some are more imperfect than others. It is up to us to help each other get through these messes, because in this manner, the outcome is more successful. Even strangers are more than capable of being those helping hands. Our team here at Colton Bail Bond Store would like to […]

What Is A Governor’s Pardon?

Not every hard criminal is a truly bad person that their criminal record makes them out to believe. Some people are so determined to not let their arrest and conviction define them; they have the motivation to prove to others that they are a good, trustworthy person. For these very select individuals, they have the […]

The Pain Of Explaining Jail And Bail To Children

If you thought that explaining Santa isn’t real to your children was difficult, imagine having to explain to them that Mommy or Daddy was arrested and put in jail for doing something really bad, unable to come home for a certain number of hours or days. Young children in particular will not understand the concept […]

What A Bail Agent Can And Cannot Do

A bail agent cannot: ● Offer legal advice ● Get bail lowered ● Refer to you to an attorney ● Accept bribes ● Deposit any money towards a defendant for referring business and additional clients A bail agent can do one main thing: bail you out of jail with a bail bond which you, or […]

What Is A “Bounty Hunter?”

For some reason, the “bounty hunters” only sound like they’re in movies and tv shows. Because of how they’re depicted in pop culture, it’s hard to imagine what they really are and do in real life. Well, in real life, bounty hunters work with bail bond companies when a defendant fails to show up for […]

Everyone Benefits From Bail Bonds

The person who is getting bailed out of jail isn’t the only one who benefits from the bail bond. Many groups of people can benefit from the use of bail bonds, if you really think about it. ● Bail bond release lowers pre-trial jail populations at no cost to taxpayers. ● Defendants who bailed out […]