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.
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.
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.
Nobody ever plans to be arrested or have a warrant out for their arrest, but it happens to millions of people every year. If a warrant has been issued for your arrest, there are a few things you should know in order to protect your rights and spend as little time in jail as possible.
Almost everyone in California should know that possessing drugs is a serious offense that can result in severe consequences. What many people may not know, however, is that simply possessing the items used in the consumption of certain drugs can be a criminal offense. This crime is known as possession of drug paraphernalia, and if convicted, an individual may end up with a punishment that many view as excessive.
Getting arrested starts an entire series of hardships and consequences that a person must face. People are often left sitting in jail wondering when they can see a judge so that they can learn their bail amount – but this is not always necessary. Regardless of the situation, there are standards in the legal systems of most states and localities that dictate how long a person will be in jail before seeing a judge.
Riverside, CA—The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC), the premier organization promoting the development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and emerging Hispanic businesses in California, hosted the 2016 Annual Convention in Riverside, CA, September 21st to 23rd at the Riverside Convention Center.
Marco McGuire and his business the Bali Hotline Bail Bonds was recognized as “Business of the Year” at the annual event.
The theme of this 3 day event was “Innovation Starts Here”. The conference focused on new innovations that spark the success and creativity of entrepreneurs in California, the technologies that are transforming industries, and honoring and recognizing Hispanic business leaders who are changing the business landscape in California.
“It is a great honor to be recognized for all of the hard work that goes into building a business. I share this award with my family and the 340 employees that come to work every day to make a difference,” remarked Marco McGuire as he accepted the award. “Real success is achieved when you work to a position from which you can help others. That is what I work for every day.”
For more information about the 37th annual convention visit: www.chccconvention.com
The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC) has a network of over 45 Hispanic chambers and business associations throughout the State of California. Through its network of Hispanic chambers and business associations, the CHCC represents the interest of over 800,000 Hispanic business owners in California. The CHCC is the premier and largest regional ethnic business organization in the nation that promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and California’s Emerging Businesses.
Marco McGuire and his brothers Daniel, Cesar, and Gilbert McGuire own Bail Hotline Bail Bonds, Phoenix Rising Recovery Center, ProAbiton Whiskey Lounge, and The Boardwalk Barber Shop.
Co-workers from across the state participated in sales training and teambuilding exercises that cumulate in several teams building the bikes for kids in need.
Riverside, CAMiracle on Main Street, an annual toy drive and health fair in Downtown Riverside, will receive about 35 bicycles from Bail Hotline Bail Bonds. “Each year our event helps more and more kids, this year we hope to give away 1000 toys for kids in need.These bikes will sure put smiles on a lot of kids’ faces!” explained Michael Lopez, one of the events founders.
Bail Hotline Bail Bonds combined sales training with the bicycle giveaway.“After an intensive sales workshop, our bail agents form teams, build the bikes and role play a sales scenario demonstrating the training they just learned.It is a great team building exercise, and the bikes are used for a great cause,” remarked Marco McGuire, VP of Bail Hotline.
About Miracle on Main Street Riverside:
A miracle is returning to Riverside’s Main Street on December 13, 2015! For the third year in a row, downtown Riverside businesses are spearheading the Miracle on Main Street: Toy Drive and Health Fair to spread holiday cheer and provide much needed resources to local families in need.
Last year’s event provided toys, health screenings, and a day of fun to nearly 800 families. This year, thanks to new partnerships with Riverside Downtown Partnership (RDP), the event is poised to reach nearly 1,000 local children.
All donations made to the event are tax-deductible. Donations can be made to Riverside Community Health Foundation Tax ID Number: 23-7276444
ABOUT BAIL HOTLINE BAIL BONDS
Bail Hotline Bail bonds is the fastest growing bail bonds company in California, with 32 offices across the state in cities like Riverside, Bakersfield and more, and a staff of more than 300 employees. The company offers a number of free resources for families seeking to get their loved ones released from jail, including an Inmate Information Hotline and a Bail Information Center. The company is committed to offering help and integrity to families during their time of need.