Wrong Place, Wrong Time


Have you ever been in the wrong place at the wrong time? Unfortunately, this happens to even the kindest, most genuine people out there. These people mean no harm. They do not have enemies. They do good deeds. One day, they just happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and somehow, they end up in the middle of a messy tangle and their life is thrown for a loop.

For example, say a man named John is walking from the store to his car. He notices that ahead of him, a woman had placed her purse in the passenger seat of her car and is now filling the trunk with the items she purchased. She does not notice another man grabbing her purse out of her car. John, being a Good Samaritan, tries to grab the purse back from the unnamed man to return it to the woman. In the ensuing tug-of-war, the unnamed man throws a few punches at John and John naturally fights back in self-defense. The security guards run in to break up the fight and detain both men until the police arrive and eventually arrest both men.

In trying to be a Good Samaritan, John got caught in the middle of a random incident. He did not start the altercation, he merely tried to do what he felt was right. Had John left the store 2 minutes later than he did, he would not have witnessed the purse snatch and thus would not have been injured and arrested.

Now, John has to recover from his injuries and deal with the arrest and the aftermath, including possibly facing charges. In this case, he would need to consult a bail bond company such as Penny Bail Bonds in San Bernardino to help settle his bail arrangement with an affordable bail bond. What was just one routine trip to the local store is now something very different and serious: All because John happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

You see, not everyone who is arrested is a feared, dangerous criminal. Many arrestees are actually in jail because of a non-violent incident or crime. However, the stigma surrounding arrests, jails, and prisons are that the arrestees or prisoners are dangerous. Some though, were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time and now must work through tougher consequences, like John.

If you ever need a bail bond for yourself or a loved one, please come to Penny Bail Bonds in San Bernardino and we will help out. Each family is going through a different situation, and no matter what it is, you can rely on us to get the job done.

Penny Bail Bonds in San Bernardino can be reached online or at 866-736-6977.

Bail Bond Now, Worry Later


The countdown for July 4th fireworks has begun and it looks like the whole gang is a go. Wait, no. Someone is missing and you realize it is your friend who just got arrested.

No worries, he or she is not going to miss your 4th of July fun, not if we at San Bernardino Bail Bond Store can help it. However, we will need your help too.

We need to know your friend’s name, birthday, and the county of his or her arrest. We may also need you, or someone else, to co-sign the bail bond and maybe pledge collateral too. Once you can help us finalize all of this paperwork, we will send the bail bond off to the jail immediately. They will process it, and within a few hours, your friend will be out. It would be a good idea for you to go pick your friend up from jail, it is a touch of support that they can use right about now.

When your 4th of July party is hip and happening, keep an eye on them and just be a good friend. Help him or her forget about this issue for a little while and just have fun together. After the bail bond process, he or she will still have quite a bit to take care of.

San Bernardino Bail Bond Store can be reached online or on the phone at 866-736-6977 . Get in touch for a free consultation or to get a bail bond process started. We will not let you down.

You Can Count On San Bernardino Bail Bond Store


San Bernardino Bail Bond Store is not your typical business that opens from 9 to 5. People need us at all hours of the day and often unannounced. Nobody plans to get arrested at 3:30 AM and no one has a scheduled call for later in the week to hear that their loved one is in jail. This all happens unexpectedly. That is why you can count on San Bernardino Bail Bond Store 24/7.

We work around the clock just like the police, nurses, and doctors do. We are dozens of bail agents and we take care all of California. No matter where in the state you are, no matter what California jail your loved one is being held in, you can call San Bernardino Bail Bond Store at any hour of the day, and we will come to your rescue.

Learn more about our professional services by chatting with an San Bernardino Bail Bond Store team member online or calling 866-736-6977 .

What is Your Stance on CA Gun Laws? Ours Is Bail


California has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the United States. Do you agree or disagree? What is your argument on guns, where do you stand? What changes do you think need to be made?

We will leave all of those questions open for debate but unfortunately, there will never be a solid solution to gun laws that will please everyone. Guns are one of those serious topics and when they are misused and mishandled, serious consequences are waiting.

Honestly, there is a good chance bail will not be offered easily for anyone who violates gun laws, especially the more serious laws like gun storage, aggravated assault, rape, and murder.

However, this is not to say that all gun law violators arenot given a bail option. Many people still are allowed to bail out of jail and if that is you, or someone you love, we urge you to contact San Bernardino Bail Bond Store. We are the most trusted, reliable, and affordable bail bond company in the state. We will get you or your loved one out of jail in no time, allowing you, or him or her, to return home and prepare for the upcoming trial.

What is your stance on California gun laws now that you need a bail bond? Are they the same or have they changed? Our stance, no matter what, is bail.

San Bernardino Bail Bond Store can be reached online or at 866-736-6977 24/7. Do not hesitate to contact us.

San Bernardio Bail Bond Store Will Get Your Loved One Out Of Jail in Time for the 4th


You are getting the whole gang together for Independence Day weekend, except one person is missing,your best friend. He or she is in jail and is struggling to find a way to bail out. Your friend cannot afford cash bail on his or her own, let alone with your help, anytime in the next few days, and cannot get ahold of a reliable bail bondsman.

Determined to get your friend out of jail in time for your July 4thcelebrations, you start intense research and come across San Bernardio Bail Bond Store. 24/7 availability. Free consultations. State-wide service. Affordable low monthly rate payment plans. No interest. No hidden fees. 29 years of successful industry experience. More satisfied customers than other bail bond companies.So far so good.

You contact San Bernardio Bail Bond Store and get that free consultation they offered. Everything seems to check out and thankfully, they bailed your friend out of jail. Talk about reliability and fast-acting. San Bernardio Bail Bond Store is one of the top bail bond companies in all of California. Company bail agents and representatives do not take their sweet time. We understand the need to reunite you and your friend,we will not make you wait too long before your loved one is out of jail.

Get in touch with someone from San Bernardio Bail Bond Store by Chatting With Us or calling 866-736-6977 . We will not let you down.

Understand the Statute of Limitations


A statute of limitations is the time frame within which a person or party can file a lawsuit against another person or party for a crime. The time periods will vary depending on the crime that took place; the most heinous crimes like aggravated rape and murder have no statute of limitations. The clock for the statute of limitations begins at the point it is discovered that a crime had occurred.

Say for example a person has been arrested for sexual assault, which has a 6 year statute of limitations. The victim chooses not to file charges because of fear, embarrassment, etc. However, 3 years later, the victim decides to file charges. The court will allow that, because it is still within the proper time frame. But say 6 and a half years had passed – the victim can no longer file charges against their abuser for this crime. More than 6 years had passed and the statute of limitations is up for this specific sexual assault case against this specific person. If there are other victims, they each would have their own 6 years to file charges.

Victims of crimes as well as those who are accused of committing them will be notified of statute of limitations for the crime that occurred.

An arrestee can get out of jail, in the meantime, by posting a bail bond (as long as they have been granted bail). Learn more about bail bonds by talking to an Penny Bail Bonds representative online or on the phone at 866-736-6977 .

Understanding Background Checks


Whenever you apply for a job, a loan, a new home, even a gun, you’re probably going to undergo a background check. You may not give this too much thought, especially if you have a squeaky clean record, but it still might be good to know anyway, what shows up on a background check, and what doesn’t.

    ● Felonies and misdemeanor arrests and convictions appear on criminal background checks.
    ● Any convictions more than 7 years old will not appear.
    ● Any arrests and convictions as a juvenile should not show, as those lines are sealed upon turning 18.
    ● Convictions where a pardon was granted will not appear.

Having points on your criminal record should not be the deciding factor as to whether or not you get a loan or a job; plenty of people with criminal histories find great employment and homes. Don’t let your criminal background, if you have one, bring you down.

Penny Bail Bonds can help you begin the “recovery” process of your criminal activity – if you or a loved one has been arrested, Penny Bail Bonds can help post bail with a bail bond and a low monthly rate payment plan . This gets you out of jail and back home so you can start re-focusing your life properly. Take this situation responsibly and maturely and you will get through it right.

Contact Penny Bail Bonds now by calling 866-736-6977 or chatting online with us.

Help, I Can’t Afford My Bail!


Bail is expensive and not many people can afford to pay it easily. Bail bonds are the more affordable alternative (at 10-15% of the bail cost) but even then, some people struggle trying to pay this and also make other ends meet. But, bail bonds don’t have to be paid off by only one person, and it doesn’t need to be paid off up-front before the defendant is released.

Payment for bail bonds are arranged on a customized, low monthly rate payment plan at Penny Bail Bonds, which is one of California’s most reliable and desired bail bond companies. They work closely with every client in order to provide the most comfortable payment situation for them. In addition, the company offers discounts and financing for qualifying individuals. Ask your caring bail agent about qualifying for a no down payment bail bonds.

Defendants are not the sole person who must pay for their bail bond; multiple friends and family members may contribute and support the bail bond – it doesn’t matter. What matters is that the bail bond gets paid off without issue, thereby allowing the defendant to remain free from jail without risk of being returned back because of a bail bond complication. Penny Bail Bonds will be with each and every client throughout the whole bail bond process and if there is ever any concern, the agent is more than happy to listen and help accommodate as best as possible. There are other events happening in each person’s life – they understand that, and there won’t be as understanding agents at other bail bond companies.

To get more information about bail bonds and to get your questions answered, please chat with an Penny Bail Bonds representative online now or call 866-736-6977 any time, any day.

The Differences Between Jail And Prison


Jail and prison are technically not the same place; they’re not two terms that refer to the same institution. What are the differences?

Jails hold people for short-term periods – people who have recently been arrested but have yet to post bail, people who are waiting for trial, and convicted people who are serving short sentences (usually up to 1 year). Jails are run by local governments and police departments. Specialized services are typically offered, such as work release and programs that focus on education needs, substance abuse, and others.

Prisons hold convicted individuals who are serving long term sentences for their crimes. Prisons are operated by state and federal governments. For individuals approaching the end of their sentences, they offer work release programs and halfway houses to slowly integrate them back into the community so that they can hopefully get into some work.

In California, jails and prisons are overcrowded; that is the sad, unfortunate truth. To help accommodate space, some convicts are being released early by having certain, lesser heinous felony charges reduced to misdemeanors.

A bail bond can help keep your loved one – who has yet to sit trial – out of jail; a bail bond cannot release a convicted criminal from prison.

Learn more about bail bonds by getting in touch with Penny Bail Bonds online or on the phone, just call 866-736-6977 . Penny Bail Bonds is available 24/7.

What Is A “Bounty Hunter?”

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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 his or her court date. When the court notifies the bail bond company that a defendant has skipped court, for whatever reason, then the specific bail agent is on the line. This specific bail agent will need to pay off the full bail, but in an effort to avoid that loss, they will hire a bounty hunter to track the defendant down and return them to custody.

Bounty hunters may travel across state lines to bring defendants back into court if they had fled. They don’t always (actually, rarely) work with the local law enforcement if they do not have to, but occasionally they must, according to the law, even if the law is rarely enforced. San Bernardino Bail Bond Store rarely needs to use bounty hunters but as a warning, cases have dwindled down to that every now and then. We truly hope that you, needing our bail bond services, will not betray us in this manner or take us for granted. We really are on your side to help!

Talk to us more about bail bonds and we’ll talk to you about how we can help you best – chat with us online now or give us a call at 866-736-6977 .