Please, No Drinking And Driving

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It is during the holidays at this time of year, when America consumes the most alcohol because there is so much to celebrate. Overall, it is just a joyous time spent with family and friends. Unfortunately, the more people who drink, the more people who drink and drive. We need this to stop being a […]

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What Happens If I Cannot Pay For Bail?

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If you are arrested and granted bail, it means you have the chance to be released from jail as long as you pay a certain amount of money. We are not going to lie, this bail is more than likely going to be very expensive. However, if you do not pay it, you will remain […]

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How Much Will Bail Cost?

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The moment you learn that your loved one has been arrested, one of the first thoughts that starts running through your mind is, “how much is this going to cost?” There is the cost of a lawyer, the cost of bail. Depending on why her or she was arrested, there will also be the cost […]

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To Be Mirandized

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When someone is Mirandized, it means that they have been arrested and given their Miranda Rights. We are sure you have heard of Miranda Rights at least once or twice on television. They go along the lines of: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say, can and will be used against you […]

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How Can I Reduce My Bail?

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Simply put, there really is no way you can reduce your bail once the judge has declared it. You can ask that the judge to reconsider, but in all likelihood, that bail amount will remain the same. The judge had already taken these facts into consideration: The crime that was committed Whether or not you […]

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The Crucial Role Of The Bail Bond Co-Signer

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If there is one person that someone out on bail does not want to anger, annoy, or lose trust with, it is the co-signer of his or her bail bond. If the co-signer is a best friend, then the defendant can butt heads with their siblings and parents all they want. It is the best […]

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