Tuesday, October 29, 2013

2 Men From Anaheim Busted


2 men, 1 guy a 26 year old, and his 60 year old uncle are arrested in Orange County. Both men are residents of Anaheim. Child molestation charges, so it looks like these 2 are going down for the count. 
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Thursday, October 24, 2013

What Happens When You Need Bail Bonds in Santa Ana

Santa Ana Bail Bonds

If you're arrested for a crime in Santa Ana, Anaheim, or anywhere in Orange County, California, there's a few things you should be aware of. If the Santa Ana Police arrest you, you want to have a loved one contact a Santa Ana Bail Bonds company as soon as possible. Some reasons for this:
  • If you contact a bail bonds company in Santa Ana before you are transferred to the Orange County Central Jail Complex, you'll be out much faster.
  • Once you get transferred to IRC, it can take up to 10 hours to get bailed out.
  • If you're still at the Santa Ana Police station, you can get bailed out within the hour.
  • Besides dealing with getting a bail bonds agent, you'll also need to contact an Orange County Criminal Defense Attorney.
If you're in a different city, you can still contact a bail bonds company:
  • If you need an Anaheim Bail Bonds company, you can get help.
  • If you need to locate an inmate in the Orange County court system, you can do that as well.
  • If you need a Newport Beach Bail Bonds company, you should contact  them as soon as possible.
  • To contact an Orange County Criminal Defense Attorney, there are lots of them around.
There is a huge amount of information out there when you've been arrested. There are articles on:
If you've been arrested for any crime, feel free to Contact Us.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Santa Ana Bail Bonds is on FaceBook

Santa Ana Bail Bonds is now on Facebook. Feel free to check us out.

Federal Bail Bonds in Orange County

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Federal bail bonds are most likely the most critical and dangerous types of bail bonds, they are by far the riskiest type of bond. You would be amazed, consequently, how few individuals completely understand the distinctions between a federal bail bond and typical California State or Orange County bail bonds. Every time a federal criminal offense happens, it is going to set you back plenty of dollars to get a person discharged from the Santa Ana Jail, mainly considering that the criminal offense is so critical and there is substantial danger to the community if the convict is allowed to go out of prison, even for a limited time. As a result, considering that the bail cost is really at a high level, bail bond companies will need you to put in more than they would typically request, proportionally speaking. Rather than the common 10% deposit, you are looking at anything a lot more like fifteen percent because of:
  • the additional chance of the suspect fleeing the country.
  • the possibility of never recovering the bond money
  • forfeiting the bail bond money to the court
  • the chance that the suspect may disappear to a country with no extradition treaty with the US

Not merely will you need to place down additional money, you will also need a substantial quantity of assets to put up as collateral. In federal instances, when bail is requested, a hearing is going to be scheduled where the co-signer of the bond (Indemnitor) will be requested to generate evidence that adequate collateral is available to pay for the entire cost of the bail bond. In case this may not occur, the bail merely won't be submitted, and the process will have to be looked at from a different angle.

As you can notice by now, there are massive variations when working with federal situations, and you may come across some Santa Ana Bail Bonds companies that won't assume that level of risk and definitely will pleasantly request you contact a different bail bonds company. This should not shock you, and it's most likely for the benefit of all anyhow. Try to get on speaking terms with a company that has plenty of knowledge in dealing with a federal bail bond, mainly because in the end this will help the entire court process go more smoothly.

In case you are bailing a person out soon after they've perpetrated a federal criminal offense, you have to be capable of trusting the person. Don't help bail the detainee out if you believe you are endangered, or when you believe it's your responsibility; keep in mind, it's your hard-earned money at risk and there is nothing more serious than suffering the tension of a federal criminal vanishing once their bail has been paid for by you. Not only bail agent, but the suspect's Orange County criminal defense attorney as well have their money at risk.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Arguments Against Bail Bonds

So, there ARE some valid arguments against commercial bail bonds:

  • they release repeat offenders back into the community to commit more crimes
  • they're profit driven, therefore open to serious abuse
  • the victims of the release of these detainees may be in danger
  • In Santa Ana especially, the release of known gang members who immediately flee to Mexico
All valid arguments, with valid concerns. And worth looking into.

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