Family Bail Blog
Today’s bail related topic comes from Yahoo! Answers.
Question: If I bail somebody out of jail but was was one of the persons to put a warrant against him can I be charged and go to jail? If so, how do I get my name removed from the bond?
Recently I put a warrant against my boyfriend for domestic abuse. We eventually worked things out and got back together, although he ended up going back to jail. I then bailed him out ( which was allowed by the bail bondsman). Later, we broke up and I decided I wanted nothing to do with him, so I requested that I be removed from the bond, and now the bondsman will not let me because I have a warrant put against him, she said that I would be charged.
For almost a year, Burbank has had to share the Glendale jail while its own underwent renovations. At last, the finishing touches have been made and the Burbank Jail is now ready to open its doors and accept inmates.
Transporting Burbank arrestees to the Glendale jail added at least 45 minutes to the process for police officers. This would increase the amount of the response time for Burbank.
The new facility will be able to house up to 70 inmates and bring added convenience to the police officers.
Burbank Police Lt. John Dilibert said, “Response times will decrease because we can turn over officers quicker, versus commuting to Glendale and back. It is such a huge benefit. We have control of what’s happening in the jail, and as watch commander I know what’s going on down there.”
Minor repairs began on the Burbank Jail Read more »
Here is another Yahoo! Answers question, where we will often answer to bail related topics.
Question: I would like to get off the bond so I can sell my home. The title company shows I have a lien from the bail bond company.
The Glenn County bail bonds process isn’t as complicated as you might think. When you call a bondsman, they ask you a few basic questions, like the name of the defendant, the jail they’ve been taken to and the amount of their bail.
At Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we can assist you in processing your paperwork via phone, fax, and email. We accept a number of bail bonds payment options and we accept payment from all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. If you are unable to pay the full cost of the bond Read more »
As bail bondsmen we see these bail phone scam alerts about twice a year. They are a real concern for the general public. Residents of Morgan County Alabama have been the latest put on alert for a phone scam that has been making the rounds recently.
The scammers have been calling around, pretending to be from a bail bond company, and telling business owners and families that their employee or loved one has been taken to jail. The fraudulent bondsman then tells the person that, in order to get their friend/ family member/ employee out of jail, thousands of dollars need to be wired directly to them.
The scammers have even gone so far as to give the person they call a fake phone number for the Morgan County Jail so that when he or she calls to verify that their loved one is, in fact, there, then the scammer will answer the phone as an employee of the jail and confirm that their friend or family member has been arrested. Wow! That’s a new one.
Two people have paid money to the scam artist, one paying more than $6,000. At least six other people have contacted the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office to ask about their family members.
Here are a few warning signs to be on the alert for if you receive a call for bail help:
- The caller will Read more »
When someone has been arrested in Butte County they will be transported to the Butte County Jail to be booked and processed. During this time the defendant will be fingerprinted, have their mug shots taken will have their information cross-referenced with a national warrant search database and their information will be entered into the computer system. In most cases, the Butte County booking process takes between two and six hours.
If you’ve received a call from a friend or family member who has been arrested and you have questions about Butte County bail bonds, an expert bail bondsman from Tonya Page Bail Bonds can help. In many cases we’re able to service our clients Read more »
Shasta County bail bonds are not nearly as complicated as you might think. You can speak to a professional bondsman now at 877-861-3761.
If you have a friend or family member who has been arrested and taken to one of the Shasta County jails they will first need to be booked and processed. They will undergo a national warrant screen, their fingerprints and mug shots will be taken and their information will be entered into the computer system. Although a defendant cannot have bail posted until this process is complete you will want to contact an expert bondsman as quickly as possible once you learn of their arrest. This will help ensure they do not spend any more time behind bars than absolutely necessary.
In most cases the bail bond contract can be filled out via fax and email, which means you never need to drive to an office in an unfamiliar part of town if you don’t want to.
When you sign a bail bond contract you should be aware you are taking on several key responsibilities. The most important Read more »
The LAPD Devonshire Station Community Enhancement Plan has successfully reduced area crime by 14% since it was launched on Jan. 1. Capt. Kris Pitcher said that the program may be implemented in other problem areas if it continues to be successful.
According to a report by the Daily News the plan focuses on targeted patrols within crime-dense neighborhoods. One such operation involved setting up a sting for would-be “Johns” as a means of deterring solicitation. Vice, narcotics and gang enforcement units are also being implemented.
Sgt. Jose Torres said they are trying to deploy in the areas with the most impact with the minimal number of officers. Torres further said officers are routinely reallocated on specific missions so they have a higher probability of encountering crime.
The Northridge based LAPD Station is also Read more »
Question: My boyfriend is in jail and is eligible for bail, he is being charged with possession of a controlled substance. His charge should be dropped because he has proof of a prescription. He will have to go court in about 2 weeks, but he really wants out. In order to bail him out I have to pay $700 for the bail bondsman fee, but I know I will not get my money back when the case is over. We have a 7 month old baby and I know he will not be patient enough to wait until his court date, which is 10 days away. If the case is dropped or dismissed he will be out free without having to have paid $700. I need your opinion as to what I should do. Do I bail him out or leave him in jail until his court date?
Answer: Ten days is a long time to wait in jail. If he has a job he needs to go to, you might want to get him out — jobs are hard to come by at this point.
If he does not work or provide care for your daughter, you may want to consider the cost of bail bonds. How much of a financial hardship would it be even if you pay the $700? Something else to consider is the emotional cost to you, him and your child if you decide to leave him there.
What it really comes down to is Read more »
If you have learned that someone you know and care for has been arrested and taken to an Alameda County jail you’ll want to seek out the services of an expert bail bondsman.
After a defendant has been taken into custody they will be fingerprinted, their mug shots will be taken and their information will be entered into a computer system. If it is deemed they are eligible for bail (most arrestees are), their bail amount will be set according to the county bail schedule. A bail bond cannot be posted until a person’s bail is set, however, we can work with you beforehand to get all of the necessary paperwork in order.
We are a family-run business that has been helping people get out of Alameda County jails since the late 1960s. An expert Alameda County bail bondsman is available to take your call 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.
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