Pros and Cons of Helping Post Bail

los angeles bail bonds

If it ever came down to it, would you agree to help pay for your loved one’s bail bond, or would you rather someone else take care of the problem so you do not have to be financially involved?

Pros to helping your loved one bail out of jail:

  • They can get out of jail faster.
  • They can return home and go to work.
  • They will be surrounded by supportive loved ones, and comfort.
  • They are more likely to begin self-growth and handle the future responsibly.
  • Your relationship and bond with them will grow stronger.
  • They can build a stronger case with their lawyer and better prepare for court.

Cons to helping your loved one bail out of jail:

  • You will have to adjust your finances to compensate paying for a bail bond even though you will have a flexible payment plan.
  • They will remain in jail.
  • They will be surrounded by intimidating and potentially dangerous inmates.
  • You will have limited and supervised visiting time with them.
  • Your bond with them can change drastically.
  • They will have a harder time preparing for court.
  • They will not be making any income and will be missing out on important life events.

In good faith, we urge you to help bail your loved one out of jail. If you are stressed about how much time this will take from you, or how your finances will be handled, please let us help you with that. Arcadia Bail Bond Store will help you make this as stress-free as possible. We will work with you on a payment plan that fits with your finances. We will also keep you up to date with the process and keep you informed with what to expect. We believe in the right to bail, but we also believe in the right to protect others involved in the bail bond process. We will not let you down.

Arcadia Bail Bond Store can be reached online or at 877-793-2245.

Read more >

The Crucial Role of the Bail Bond Co-Signer

arcadia bail bonds

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 friend that he or she wants to be on good terms with. The co-signer, holds a lot of power in regards to this person’s free standing.

Bail bonds require a co-signer, and a co-signer is someone who will vouch for the defendant. The defendant is responsible for getting him or herself to court as scheduled, but the co-signer is also responsible for getting the defendant to court. The co-signer does not necessarily have to physically drive the defendant to court, but if the defendant cannot get there on his or her own, then the co-signer better be there to help.

If the defendant is not at court, both the defendant and co-signer will face consequences. The defendant will be tracked down and taken back into custody; the co-signer will have to pay up on the bail bond.

However, since the co-signer is someone who willingly offered to be responsible for a person in a situation they did not originally have a part of, the co-signer has the right to withdraw his or her name from the bail bond at any time, for any reason such as: they feel the defendant will be a hassle and cause problems, they do not have time, or they realize they cannot risk losing money. If they do withdraw their name, the defendant will be taken back into court until they can secure a new co-signer.

So, you can see why it is imperative to not get on your co-signer’s bad side.

Learn more about bail bonds, what is required, and who needs to be involved talking to Arcadia Bail Bond Store anytime online, or at 877-793-2245.

Read more >

Arcadia Bail Bond Store Is the Best Way to Rescue Your Loved One from Any Jail in California


There is a better way to rescue your friend or family member from jail, besides breaking him or her out. You can bail your friend out of jail quickly and easily with help from Arcadia Bail Bond Store. We will help you rescue your loved one and make sure that you can afford to bail out your friend. We are here to help, not to make as much money as we can off you.

We have been helping Californians for nearly 30 years now, and over the years, we have learned a lot. We have figured out the best ways to help you in order to make bail bonds quicker and easier, as well as how to make it affordable. We may feel like we know a lot about bail bonds, but we do not let that prevent us from learning more.

We are constantly putting all of our agents through training in order to keep them at the top of their game. We know that there is always more to learn, and that by continually training our agents, we ensure that our clients will receive the best bail help we can give them. No other bail bonds company in the state will be able to assist you like we can.

For a free consultation with a professional bail agent, contact Arcadia Bail Bond Store today!

Call 800-793-2245 or click CHAT WITH US NOW!.

As soon as you call, our agents begin helping you rescue your friend or family member from jail. All we need to get started is your loved one’s name, birthday, and the county where he or she was arrested. We can get most of the bail bonds process taken care of over the phone, or online. We can even create a personalized payment plan to fit your budget over those methods.

Our bail agents are available 24/7 at Arcadia Bail Bond Store because we know that clients can need us at any time. Our number one priority is to help our clients, to provide them with the best bail service we can offer. We treat everyone with the dignity and respect that they deserve. We will provide you with fast, courteous, and confidential bail service.

Get top notch bail help by contacting Arcadia Bail Bond Store right now!

Call 800-793-2245 or click CHAT WITH US NOW!.

Read more >

Reporting A Crime: Moral Or Legal Obligation?


If someone witnesses a crime or learned of later, they morally should report it, but legally, they are not required to. Why wouldn’t someone report a crime that they may have knowledge of? Is it a question of self-preservation including the overall safety of their family as a whole, or just not wanting to get involved, period.

    These are a few provisions under California law that Arcadia Bail Bond Store Services feel that every citizen should be aware of:

  • A person can be prosecuted for aiding and abetting a crime, even if they did not carry out the actual crime itself. An example would be someone who acts as a lookout for another person carrying out a crime at the same time.
  • Under California’s Mandatory Reporting Law, some people like teachers, counselors, and social works have a legal responsibility to report suspected or confirmed cases of child abuse or neglect.
  • If police directly asks a person about a crime during their investigation and they must tell the truth. If they have knowledge of the crime, they must say so. If they lie about that and the police find out about the lie later, they can be prosecuted for obstruction of justice.
  • After a person is arrested, they will have a bail hearing to find out how much money they must pay to leave jail, or if they are denied bail.

For people who are offered bail, they will always be welcomed and encouraged to contact Arcadia Bail Bond Store Services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That’s what we are here for!

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

For Immediate assistance please click on CHAT WITH US NOW!.

Read more >