Understanding Bail Bonds 101

If you’re someone who doesn’t know too much, or anything at all, about bail bonds, yet find yourself needing to pay for one, don’t be ashamed to ask any and all questions, no matter how “simple” it might sound to you. Bail bonds are a serious matter and since it is your money and your […]

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Most Affordable Bail Bonds At Adams Bail Bonds

A bail bond is one of the last things anyone ever wants to have to pay, yet if they are in such a situation, it is one of those things that must be paid off; it’s not something that should be shrugged off to the end. Even for someone in a less ideal situation – […]

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Around The Clock Service From Adams Bail Bonds

Adams Bail Bonds provides around the clock service. If someone needs us at the oddest hours of the day, we’re not about to let them down by making them wait until the next business day. Our priority is helping families and friends bail their loved ones out of jail as soon as possible. Whether you […]

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About Kaitlyn’s Law

Kaitlyn Russell was a six month old who died after she was left alone in a parked car for over two hours. Her unfortunate death is the force behind Kaitlyn’s Law, which makes it illegal for a child 6 years or younger to be left unsupervised by anyone 12 years old or older in a […]

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Everyone Benefits From Bail Bonds

The person who is getting bailed out of jail isn’t the only one who benefits from the bail bond. Many groups of people can benefit from the use of bail bonds, if you really think about it. Bail bond release lowers pre-trial jail populations at no cost to taxpayers. Defendants who bailed out of jail […]

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Reporting Crimes: Required Or Moral Obligation?

Did you know that if you witness a crime, you are not legally required to report it to authorities or intervene? Of course, morally, it’s the right thing to do, but you wouldn’t legally be punished if you didn’t. These are circumstantial and there are cases and instances where some people may actually have to […]

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Miranda Rights, Private Attorneys and Public Defenders

The Miranda Rights reads “…you have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed to you.” You might think – okay, just have the court appoint me one so I can save money. Well, that’s not really how it goes, and there are different kinds of attorneys, some who […]

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The Positivity Behind Bail Bonds

Most people tend to associate negative thoughts and feelings with bail bonds because it means that someone they love was arrested for a crime. The idea of associating positivity, relief and care with bail bonds is at the very back of their minds, if at all. But these emotions should really manifest louder than negativity […]

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What If I Can’t Afford Bail?

Let’s face it – bail is expensive no matter how much your bail price is, whether it’s in the few hundreds to the thousands or even a million! On top of that, it’s not something you ever really anticipate having to pay for, so you don’t have a budget for that like you do for […]

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Filing A Complaint On A Police Officer Violating Your Rights

While the police protect the public and promote peace and safety in the streets, their authority still has limitations. The people still have rights. The people must abide by the law, but so must the police. And they cannot, in any circumstance, abuse their power over the people. If you feel like your rights have […]

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