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Bouncing Back From An Arrest

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“Bouncing back”(as they call it) from an arrest can either be easy or hard and that’s largely up to you. You need to

Prove to your family that their love and close support is your priority, and that you will not let them down.

Show friends you are not the person to go to jail again.

Reassure your employer that your work will not be affected again.

Apologize to any strangers who may have been directly involved in your incident, if necessary. You sure didn’t mean any harm.

Work with your lawyer to build a strong defense.

Let court know you are truly sorry for the mistake and deeply regret any involvement you had.

Believe yourself when you say you are stable to move on from the incident and not allow yourself to fall into any sort of bad situation again.

There is a lot involved wi...

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What Is A False Arrest And False Imprisonment?

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A false arrest is when Person A acts beyond their authority and wrongfully takes Person B into custody. This restricts Person B’s freedoms against his or her consent. A false imprisonment is similar to kidnapping, but without the more serious intentions like harm and ransom. A false arrest is a crime and the victim is allowed to sue for damages.

An example of a false arrest made by the police: the victim verbally insulted an officer, who then arrested him or her. The verbal insult set the officer off (verbally insulting the officer was not a crime and the victim truly did not commit any other crime) and he or she got furious, put them in cuffs, and took them to the station.

An example of false imprisonment by an individual: a security guard stops a shopper from exiting, saying she has ...

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What You Can Do To Bring A Loved One Home From Jail

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If you know a friend or family member in jail who needs help bailing out, you need to act quickly to help them out. The faster you connect with a bail bond company on your friend or family member’s behalf, the sooner the paperwork will be processed (it can take a few hours), and the sooner your loved one will be out of jail.

You should be the one to call a bail agency. You have access to a phone and a computer to do accurate research for a reliable company. Not all bail agencies will have your needs at their interests, to be honest. You will also need to begin thinking about how and where from you can collect funds to pay the premium for the agency (10% of the full bail amount). Luckily, most bail bond companies like San Diego Bail Bond Store Services will allow you to pay off the prem...

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Are There Any “Pros” To Bail Bond Store?

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Bail bonds automatically generate a negative connotation in someone’s mind – “a lot of money that needs to be paid to get someone, who committed a crime, out of jail.” Basically, someone committed a crime but will go free until their trial as long as they pay x amount of money. But there are some pros to bail and bail bonds that are equally important (if not more important) to know:

Posting bail helps with jail overcrowding. Unfortunately, jails are overcrowded with the number of people serving short sentences or waiting trial (who didn’t or cannot bail out).

Posting bail ensures your safety (or your loved one’s safety, whoever the bail bond is for). You will be safe at home, in a familiar and comfortable surrounding, rather than in jail with other potentially dangerous peopl...

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You’ll Never Guess What Led To This Man’s Conviction

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Earlier this Summer, a young man was convicted of a crime (involving firearms), but you’ll never guess what led the officers and prosecution to this. The man had photos on his Instagram account that dated back to 2013 that showed him with the guns in question. The police were able to use this as probable cause to search the man’s house. This led to his conviction.

In fact, the police department acknowledged that they have a special unit they dub as the “social media officers.” These guys are the pros at catching evidence and criminals online.

Now what do we do? Call San Diego Bial Bonds Services 619-232-9807.

This goes to show that what you post on social media is really “out there” for other people to see, even if your account is private...

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If The Judge Grants You Bail, Post Bail. Don’t Worry About Your Income. We’ll Help With That.

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Whether you make $500,000 per year or $50,000, if you have the have the option to post bail after getting arrested, you should do it. Right off the bat you think you can’t afford that expensive bail that the judge just set. But if you take the bail bond route, you will certainly be able to make your payments.

Paying bail with a bail bond:

  • Amount to pay (to the bail bond company): 10% of the full bail amount
  • When to pay: a set number of payments over a set amount of time. You will get out of jail before the full 10% is paid.

Paying bail on your own:

  • Amount to pay (to the court): 100% of the full bail amount
  • When to pay: immediately. You must arrange to pay the full amount before you are released from jail.

Clearly, the best choice is to use a bail bond...

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When You Need To Be The Parent To Your Parent, San Diego Can Help

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As your father, you expect him to be the one to give you growing up advice, giving you dating tips (or scaring off every boy or girl who wants to date you), lecture you about stuff you’ve forgotten, teach you sports and how to ride a bike, give you money, and to bring you home from jail when you get arrested for something you did out of stupidity. You expect tall this and more from him because that’s the natural role of any father.

Except this is not what is happening for you.

Instead, you’re the one lecturing Dad about finally growing up and being a man, a real father, and someone you can be proud of. You’re the one taking care of him because he can’t pull his life together to do it. You’re the one who had to bail him out of jail. You’re the one child acting as the parent.

Don’t give up...

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The Best Thing You Might Ever Do Is Turn Your Friend In To The Police

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The best thing you might ever do for your best friend is to turn them in to the police. As drastic as it might sound, it could be the reason he or she really takes a look at how they are living their life and truly want to improve it. Getting arrested could be their wake up call. There is no definitive definition of the emotional, mental, and physical process one goes through in jail but just know that it is groundbreaking for that person.

Getting arrested for the first time does not guarantee that person will go to trial, found guilty, and end up serving a sentence in prison. Getting arrested for the first time means getting documented for the crime and then getting out on bail. They can go home and await their court date, when they will learn what exactly is next for them.

Turning your...

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What San Diego Bail Bond Store Service Can Offer You

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San Diego Bail Bond Store Service is a family-owned company that serves the entire state of California. We have offices in every county but even if you lived hours away, you don’t need to make a trip to see us in order for us to help you out. We can do everything over the phone and in case we do need a face-to-face meeting, we will send our friendly, licensed, and professional agents to you.

It is our goal to provide you with fast and courteous assistance to get your loved one out of jail. We personalize payment plans so that you and anyone else who will be financially responsible for paying the premium are comfortable with meeting the low-monthly payments. There are no hidden fees, zero interest, and zero down...

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About The 8th Amendment And Bail

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The 8th Amendment protects the people from excessive bail, yet bail still does seem excessive to pretty much everyone. $10,000, $25,000, $1 million to be released? Yes, this is pricey, but let’s look at this objectively.

The judge looks at the following factors when deciding a bail amount:

  • The likelihood the defendant will flee
  • The seriousness of the committed crime
  • The defendant’s ties to the community, such as family and employment
  • The weight of evidence against the defendant
  • The defendant’s ability to pay the bail amount

The multi-thousand price for bail is expensive, but it must still be set high so that the defendant does indeed show up in court as he or she is ordered to; this bail is refundable if they oblige to all conditions of their release.

So if you were arrested and ...

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