In the realm of criminal law, few terms are as emotionally charged as “crime of passion.” This concept captivates the public imagination, often bringing to mind dramatic scenarios where intense emotions lead to unforeseen acts of violence.Continue reading
Understanding Bail Review Hearings
What is a Bail Review Hearing?
A bail review hearing in California is a crucial stage in the judicial process, especially in criminal cases. It’s a proceeding where the judge re-evaluates the bail set during the preliminary hearing. If you’re wondering “can you go to jail at a preliminary hearing,” the answer is yes, but the bail review offers a chance to modify this decision.Continue reading
Perhaps you’ve recently received a certified mail, or worse—a process server has served you papers. Now you have a subpoena on your hands and you’re not sure what to do. What is a subpoena, and what should you do upon receiving one?Continue reading
When you or a loved one is arrested, the quickest way to get out of jail is often to post bail. The cost of bail can be expensive, so many people choose to use a secured bond. This means that they put up some form of property as collateral in case they do not appear in court.
Once the trial is over and the fees have been paid, you may be wondering how to remove a bail bond lien on property. In this blog, we will explain what a property bond is and how you can remove the lien.Continue reading
Being accused of a crime is an incredibly stressful time for the defendant and their loved ones. If you’re dealing with criminal matters, you might be wondering – how can you afford to pay bail? And do you get any money back from a bail bondsman? To help, we answer these questions and more below.Continue reading
If a friend or loved one has been arrested by U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement, you’ll need to understand immigration bail bonds if you want to get them out of jail prior to their court appearance.Continue reading
When someone is arrested and needs to be bailed out of jail, they will need to find a bail bonds company to work with. Bail bondsmen are individuals or companies that post bail for people who cannot afford to do so on their own. In order to find the best bail bonds in Bakersfield, California, you will need to look for certain signs.
In this blog post, we will discuss the signs of the best bail bonds in Bakersfield.Continue reading
California’s rapidly-rising bail bonds company, Bail Hotline, announces its new website—the latest component in its robust service offering.
Riverside, California, June 29, 2014 – Bail Hotline is the fastest growing bail bonds company in all of California, with a robust organizational structure that allows it to serve an ever-expanding population of clients—thousands of people and families every month. Already the company has 32 locations and more than 300 employees, plus an around-the-clock service line. Now, Bail Hotline has added another asset to this robust service structure—a newly launched website, which boasts a sleek and intuitive design and ample information for clients. The new site has been launched at www.mybailhotline.com.
Bail Hotline Bail Bonds is showing its appreciation and support for the military this Father’s Day by connecting military families: Bail Hotline is donating $1,500 (equaling 150 calling cards, $10 each) in international calling cards to For The Troops, a Southern California non-profit, who will send the cards to troops overseas.
On Father’s Day, June 17th, service-members based overseas will receive the calling cards to call home to their families in the U.S.
“We’ve seen the high prices our service men and women have been faced with recently and want to take that burden off of them to connect with their families on Father’s Day, on us,” said Pablo Fonseca, Director of Marketing for Bail Hotline Bail Bonds. “With a little help from Bail Hotline and For The Troops, we hope these families will be able to connect with one another and celebrate the ‘dad’ in their life, whether near or far.”
With more than 290,000 troops serving overseas, the price of calling home is costly for many servicemen and women, with the average roaming fees from Afghanistan being as much as $3.99 per minute.
For The Troops’ mission is to send care packages to the front line troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. These packages contain such things as snack items, DVDs, CDs, batteries, personal care items and magazines, etc.
“We are extremely grateful for all that our U.S. military does for this country and hope that our support is felt across as many families as possible,” said Fonseca. “From our family to theirs, we’re wishing all of them a happy Father’s Day.”
Bail Hotline Bail Bonds works with local and national organizations to provide support and assistance on a monthly basis.
To find a Bail Hotline Bail Bonds location nearest you, visit www.myBailHotline.com or call 866-974-7360 for immediate assistance. If you’re ever in a bind and you need some help, contact us at our Riverside, or Los Angeles offices.
For more information on For The Troops, visit www.forthetroops.org.