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Now that we’re starting to see more hours of sun outside, wouldn’t you want to spend it with all your loved ones? This includes the one who was arrested last night! We can help get him or her out of jail so they too can...

In most U.S. states, if a person under the age of 18 commits a crime, he or she is tried as a juvenile. (There are some states where the “adult” age is 16 and yet there are some extreme cases where a child under 18...

A professional agent will walk you through the steps so you know exactly what goes on and get the best help. You pay only 10% of the full bail amount. This leaves you with extra funds to allocate towards other expenses if necessary, such as legal...

It doesn’t matter to us if we bailed you out of jail last year, we’ll be happy to do it again for you. Don’t be afraid or ashamed to call us if you need our help a second time! We won’t turn you away or...

The road to the presidential election in 2016 has begun and we thought it would be insightful to let you know this (if you don’t already): California felons may not vote if they are still in prison or on parole. Convicted felons may only vote...

If you’re someone who has been haunted by their past legal mistakes, this is probably the best news you’ve heard in a long time. A person may have their criminal record expunged, meaning essentially that it is as if that criminal record does not exist....

Never did you ever think you’d get a call from a loved one sitting in jail. But, that call did come in and now you’re tasked with having to figure out how to help bail them out of jail. So many emotions are running through...

It’s nearly 4 AM and you’re rudely awaked by a phone call. On the other line is your sister, calling from jail. She was pulled over just a little while earlier and she blew a .10 BAC. She was on her way home from a...

When you find out that the police have issued a warrant for your arrest, do not panic. First, you should know that you should not try and run from the police. They will find you and your consequences will just be worse. What you should...

Do I trust the arrested person enough to appear in court when he or she is asked, as well as oblige by any other court-mandated terms? Do I have enough collateral I would be willing and can afford to put up? Can I make do if the...