Telling On Your Friend for His or Her Own Good

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If your best friend is struggling to post bail while in jail and you cannot help out, maybe the best person to lend a helping hand is his or her mom and dad. The problem is, your friend does not want them to find out that he or she has been arrested. However, maybe “tattling” on your best friend is the best way you can help them right now.

Both sides may be furious; your friend at you and the parents at your friend. However, without their knowing, who else do you know who would be able to pitch in to afford the bail bond? The anger will subside quickly when everyone gets on the same page so do not stress. Bail bonds are already the more affordable route to bailing out a friend, but still some people need a little extra financial support. That is quite all right with Riverside County Bail Bond Store. Anyone willing to pledge financial support can help pay for the bail bond.

Riverside County Bail Bond Store will work to get the bail bond as affordable for you as possible. We are easy to work with, understanding, and accommodating. Your bail agent will be with you through the whole process and offer you advice and support where possible. Riverside County Bail Bond Store is on your side and wants to see you and your oved ones overcome this difficult time. Let us discuss how we can help you, your friend, and others who are in the need-to-know!

Chat With Us online right now for immediate assistance or call us at 800-793-2245 right now.

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Can Bail Ever Be Lowered?

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It is not often a judge will lower a bail amount after it has been formally announced, but every now and then it does happen. It happened recently for an Orange County, CA man: Henry Rodriguez.

Rodriguez was arrested in 1998 for double murder and his bail was set at $1 million. Today, he is still in custody but his bail now sits at $500,000. Here is what has happened since his arrest:

Rodriguez was originally convicted but then granted a new trial in 2003 because investigators never informed Rodriguez of his right to remain silent; his Miranda Rights. They had illegally coerced a confession from him.

Rodriguez was convicted again at the conclusion of his second trial, but the defense claimed there was a jailhouse informant, and the prosecution did not turn over records of this informant. Rodriguez was granted a third trial, which he now waits for.

His bail has been cut in half partially due to the extent of time that has passed and the illegal trial-related instances that happened during that time. Rodriguez has the right to a fair trial – and the right to bail. Maybe now he has a better shot at posting bail.

No matter what the bail amount is, Riverside County Bail Bond Store will always try to help you bail your loved one out of jail. We hate seeing defendants in custody for any amount of time and in Rodriguez’s case, almost 2 decades. So, we work to get them out.

If you ever need bail bond help, please contact us online for immediate assistance or call us at 800-793-2245.

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More People Use Bail Bonds to Get Out Of Jail

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The demand for bail bond release has been growing over recent years and it shows no sign of slowing down. As more people continue to be arrested, and less people are able to afford bail due to income issues, more and more families and friends approach Riverside County Bail Bond Store Bail Bonds for professional bail bond assistance.

Bail bonds help get defendants out of jail at a more affordable rate, but they still have some restrictions. For example, the 10% premium paid to the bail bond company is non-refundable, you may also need to get a co-signer on the bail bond, and you might have to pledge some form of collateral to back the bail bond.

Bail bonds are easily available for all Californians through Riverside County Bail Bond Store. The sooner you get started, the sooner your loved one will be out of jail!

Please contact a bail agent right now online or call 800-793-2245 to learn more and get started.

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What Do You Mean Bail Bonds Can Put You In Jail?

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Bail bonds have the power to get people of out of jail, but, in another dimension of thought, they can also get people into trouble and in jail. What we mean is illegal bail bond soliciting.

Take for example, ‘Leonard Jimmy Ramirez’, a former LAPD jail employee. He is accused of selling inmate information to a bail bond company in Van Nuys, California. The bail bond company, who now has this confidential information, will then reach out to the inmates’ friends and family to sell their services and begin bail bond contracts. This illegal process is formally known as “bail capping.” Within this, bribery and leaking of confidential information occurs.

Both Ramirez and the owners of the bail bond company are charged with felonies; Ramirez faces up to almost 5 years in state prison while the bail bond owners face up to 3, if convicted.

So, this is what we mean when we say that bail bonds can land someone in jail too. Bail bond companies cannot bribe existing clients to refer their services to fellow arrestees. They also cannot bribe others to steal confidential information of arrestees. This affects the reliability and honesty of the bail bond company.

If you need a respectable bail bonds company to help get your loved one out of jail in a 100% legal way, contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store today! We promise to take care of you in a professional and compassionate manner.

Please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store by calling 800-793-2245 or by chatting with a representative online now.

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