Month: November 2015

Believe it or not, children were formerly considered suspects in child sex trafficking cases. Now, they will be treated as victims. L.A. County will no longer arrest children on prostitution charges because they now want to focus on providing help for them. The legal age for sex is 18, which puts child prostitutes as victims, […]
What is a bail bond? A bail bond is a guarantee made with a third party bail bond company or agency to release a defendant from jail. Bail bonds cost a fraction of the full bail amount and comes with stipulations, mainly that the defendant will have to appear at all court appointments. If he […]
The absence of even just one member of the family can really affect the mood of a holiday gathering, especially if everyone in the family knows that the one person who is missing is missing because they are sitting in jail. Let this not be your situation this holiday season and if you need answers […]
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Bail bonds get a person out of jail for the time before and during their trial. This person, the defendant, can live at home, go to work, be with family, hang out with friends and just go about as much of a regular, normal routine as possible (there may be some stipulations). It’s easy then […]
The below are a round-up of what we have concluded to be the 7 dumbest, silliest, most absurd laws in California (ranked in no particular order). We’re basing our criteria mostly on the fact that we’re dumbfounded as to why these are even laws because they’re just out-right “w-t-f.” We hope you find this entertaining […]
It’s important for you, as a citizen, to understand the difference between “reasonable suspicion” and “probable cause.” For you, it’s so you know your rights and protections. For the police, it’s what they rely on when deciding to make an arrest, conduct a search or question a person. Reasonable suspicion is when officers have the […]
Everyone is preparing for El Niño by repairing their roofs and sealing up cracks. But have you considered reading up on driving tips for wet weather? A thing you might want to avoid is getting pulled over, getting in an accident and/or getting arrested in the middle of the pouring rain. So, pay attention to […]
‘Tis the season to look back and reflect whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year. We all have good days and bad days but regardless of that ratio, there is still time to do more good and be nice this year. Very nice. What we’re talking about is co-signing a bail bond for your […]
After filling out all sorts of forms and applications (universities, jobs, loans, credit cards, housing, etc.), you have definitely noticed the part where it asks if you have a criminal record and/or have ever been arrested. Ever wonder how often they check, or what they can see on criminal records? Not everyone will run the […]
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