Bail Bonds Work And Adams Bail Bonds Can Prove It

Bail bonds as a way of jail release are working. What do we mean by that? At Adams Bail Bonds, we mean that by releasing a defendant from jail using our no collateral needed bail bonds, we are giving the defendant some of his or her life back. They can go to work, hang with […]

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Bail Is Not Tax Deductible, Sorry

Although it might seem tax deductible because it’s a payment going to the government, bail is actually not tax deductible. Bail is a guarantee (like a bribe, essentially) to get a defendant to appear in court for a crime they are accused of committing. As long as the defendant is compliant with this and his […]

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Bail Is An Option With Tax Money

Bail is ridiculously expensive, period. Most people won’t easily have enough money to post bail on their own. Even getting extra money back from the IRS during tax season won’t be enough money to bail out of jail. However, that extra tax return money might be enough to afford a bail bond from Porterville Bail […]

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Pay For Your Bail Bond, Not Strained Relationships

Getting arrested is such a selfish thing to do. How many people are affected by one person’s arrest? Countless friends and family members. Some co-workers or peers. Tax-payers. So, practically everyone. Sure the one person who is arrested faces the scariest consequences and the toughest recovery period. But those closest to them also deal with […]

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People With A Criminal Past Can Always Find Work

As we always attempt to reassure our clients, having been arrested is not “the end” for you. For many, getting arrested is simply a mishap. It will go on your record but it will not always haunt you for the rest of your life. People with a criminal past are very much capable of being […]

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Lemoore Bail Bond Store Accepts Tax Returns As Payment

Bail bonds through Lemoore Bail Bond Store are flexible and affordable. We customize payment plans as much as we can according to each client’s situation and accept a range of payment options like cash, credit and debit, checks, collateral and even tax returns – which in reality would be converted into cash, credit or debit […]

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Admitting You’ve Been Arrested

Admitting to something so serious like getting arrested can be very hard to do but once you get it over with, you’ll find your uphill climb to be much easier. No matter what the crime you committed was, you always know there are certain people you can talk to openly. This revelation to them likely […]

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How Much Time Do I Have To Post Bail?

You may post bail anytime after your bail hearing – as long as the judge has granted bail, of course. The time it will take to pay off bail will depend on the route you choose to bail out of jail. If you wish to pay your bail money directly with court so you have […]

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Even More Hoverboard Laws

Hoverboard laws are continuing to get stricter. In January, a number of hoverboard laws in California began: riders had to be at least 16 and wear a helmet, for example. They could ride on sidewalks or streets where the posted speed limit was no more than 35 miles per hour. These are state-wide laws. Individual […]

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