During a defendant’s trial period, it’s not (always) fair to keep the defendant in custody. He or she has technically not yet been formally found guilty. To keep fairness (while also considering the safety of others), the opportunity to bail was introduced. Bail is set...

As you’re well aware, not every person who has been arrested is truly guilty of the crime they were arrested for. When law enforcement wrongly arrests a person, it is called a false arrest and is actually a crime in itself. A false arrest by the...

Does Lancaster Bail Bonds accept tax return money for a bail bond payment? Of course! Because your tax return is really your money, there are no restrictions about using it for a bail bond payment. What happens is that when you receive your tax return...

Earlier this week, there was a protest in Downtown Los Angeles that resulted in 8 people getting arrested for failing to disperse. Many others were not arrested because they acted more obediently with the police. When a group wants to protest, they certainly have the...

Owning a gun requires a high level of maturity and responsibility. Too much tragedy occurs with the misuse of a gun, one that is in the hands of an unstable person. Now, in California, family members can take more action in preventing their gun-owning loved...

You might not be surprised that the police arrest some people on New Years Eve. They’ve been drinking too much, got behind the wheel when they shouldn’t have, might’ve been too rowdy in public. Just because we’re celebrating a new year doesn’t mean everyone...

It should really be a no brainer to use some, if not all, of your tax return money for your loved one’s bail bond payment. If you have officially and formally agreed to be responsible for his or her bail bond payments, you will need...