Turn Your Tax Return Into A Bail Bond Payment


Having extra money on hand is one of the most relieving things for us. By having some extra financial wiggle room, we can worry less about making certain ends meet. We can buy another bag of groceries. We can pay bills on time. We can treat ourselves to a new outfit and our family to a nice dinner out. We can even make another bail bond payment.

So, where can we get some extra money? How about your tax refund that you’re expecting any time now? Your tax refund may or may not cover the entire cost of a bail bond payment, but it’ll sure be of help no matter what.

Bail bond payments are accepted in the forms of cash, credit card, debit card, and checks. It’s a good idea to keep documentation of all your bail bond payments – date paid, payment form, and amount. Also make note of when each remaining payment is due by. This way, you’ll know how far along you are and how many more payments you have left. Budgeting all your finances will be easier this way as well, since you know how much money you’ll need to put aside for bail.

To discuss bail bond payment options or anything related to bail bonds, contact Fontana Bail Bond Store today!

Please visit us at Cal Bail Bond Store or call us at 800-793-2245.

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Riverside County Bail Bond Store Process Is As Easy As 1-2-3


If you’re unsure of what you can do to help a loved one get out of jail, don’t panic. First of all, you shouldn’t have to automatically help because you sure as heck never expected to be thrown into this position. Second, you’re not facing this heavy problem alone. You’ve got other friends and family who would help out, and you’ve got us, Riverside County Bail Bond Store.

Riverside County Bail Bond Store has been in the California bail bond industry for almost 30 years. Having successfully bailed out hundreds of thousands of people in their experience and reuniting them with loved ones, we know that we are the right team, family to help you. There is nothing that will stop us from doing all that we can to help you bail out of jail. We will work around your financial situation. We will be with you through the entire process. We will make bailing out of jail easy and fast and we will get you back home where you belong.

    Our process is simple:

  • Work with a Riverside County Bail Bond Store agent to finalize a payment plan.
  • Make sure the defendant goes to all court appointments and obeys all release terms and conditions.
  • Make each bail bond payment on time. Cash, credit, debit, and checks are all welcome.

Calling us is as easy as 1-2-3 and it all will go as smoothly and problem-free as possible. Contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store today! We are always ready and willing to help anytime you are ready to reach out to us!

Please visit us at Cal Bail Bond Store or call us at 800-793-2245.

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Travel Restrictions While On Bail


Unless a judge explicitly bans a defendant from traveling while they are out on bail, the defendant can technically take a trip if he or she wishes to. But, this does not get them off the hook of having to show up for their court dates. The defendant must still make all court appearances, so his or her travel plans will have to come secondary to their trial.

A court will take away a defendant’s travel rights if they are considered to be a flight risk, meaning they’d flee the area to avoid going to court and avoid going to prison. Travel restrictions may also vary in where and how far they may go. One guy may only be allowed to be within his city’s limits. Another guy may be allowed to travel within the state, but not out of it. A gal may be allowed to be California, Arizona, and Nevada, but no other states.

A defendant must be on very good behavior when traveling while out on bail because you can be sure that the police are watching. As always, just be smart about it, and make it back on time for your next court date.

Montclair Bail Bond Store is available to help bail you out of jail. Again, travel allowance is not up to your Absolute bail agent, only the court. Montclair Bail Bond Store will definitely bail you out of jail!

Please visit us at Cal Bail Bond Store or call us at 800-793-2245 to get in touch with an agent or representative today.

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Travel, Eat, And Don’t Get Arrested


When you are planning to travel to another state or even another country, you’re prepared for the weather, you’ve mapped out the attractions you’re visiting, you have a language dictionary in case you’re in a foreign country, and you’re mentally prepared to have the time of your life. But, you really can’t have the time of your life unless you’re prepared with knowing the customs and laws of the place you’re about to visit. You’re familiar with the laws of California, but California doesn’t share all the same laws as the other 49 states. And of course foreign countries have other laws that American citizens are not familiar with on a daily basis.

  • For example, the “California roll-stop” is when drivers slow down at stop signs, but don’t come to a complete stop if they don’t have to. While technically it is the law to come to a complete stop, it’s common for us not to do so unless a police officer is nearby. In other states, you’re more likely to be ticketed for a roll-stop, even if there is no oncoming vehicle or pedestrian in the way.
  • Another example is could be as simple as the clothes you wear. In the U.S., we like tank tops and shorts when it is hot. However, in other countries, where the body of a woman is more sacred, skin must be covered up even if it is over 100 degrees. Even if you’re wearing a tank top and short shorts, it might be “taboo” to the culture of the foreign country and you could end up sitting with authorities for a bit. Learning the customs and cultures of another country, and practicing them while visiting, is showing courtesy and respect.

Getting arrested in a place that is not your home state poses a trickier process, no matter what the crime was, from multiple traffic violations to murder. You’d need to work with a local bail bond company, if offered bail. You may be required to stay in that area for the duration of the trial, which could be months. You may be allowed to return home, but you’d still need to travel back and forth for all court appointments.

Our best advice, as would be from anyone – You should do extensive research on where you’re going, what the common laws are, and what customs and practices are acceptable. The last thing you want is to accidentally commit a crime and not even know it until it’s too late!

Contact Needles Bail Bond Store today!

For more information regarding bail bonds in California, please visit us at Cal Bail Bond Store or call us at 800-793-2245.

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