Jail-Bound College Students – Life Is Just Beginning


We have a special message to deliver to all college students: do not get yourself arrested. You are probably thinking, “Well obviously”, but in case you do not understand the true scope of the consequences, we are here give them to you.

Getting arrested means going to jail, being booked, and officially documented. You may have fines to pay for damages, hospital bills, and more. You will have to stand trial. You may end up going to prison. You will have this conviction on your permanent record. Future employers, banks, and landlords might have access to this. You may be suspended or expelled from your university. Through all of this, you will miss many important moments with friends and family.

Getting arrested can affect you for the rest of your life, but if you contact Perris Bail Bond Store at the right time and we will see that it does not take over the rest of your life. An arrest may be a huge obstacle for you, but it will not be the end of your life. Perris Bail Bond Store can help bail you out of jail very quickly, so you can return home where you will be surrounded by a supportive group of friends and family members. By bailing out of jail, you can better prove to others that your arrest was a true mistake. That you will own up to the consequences responsibly and maturely. You are a legal adult now; your parents cannot take care of this mistake for you.

Perris Bail Bond Store is here to help you save your young adulthood so that you can have a very promising future!

Learn more about Perris Bail Bond Store by going online and chatting with one of the professionals, or by calling 800-793-2245.

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Celebrities Do Not Get Special Treatment


When you are on social media, you are putting your life up for others to see. For most people, we generally do not think anyone outside of our small circle of friends and family will see our content. For celebrities however, millions of people are watching. Celebrity status can be nice and all, but there are times it can get them into trouble.

A few months ago, actress Vanessa Hudgens was accused of defacing protected rocks in Arizona by carving her name into them. This was a misdemeanor crime, which she recently paid off the $1,000 fine. For someone like her, that is chump change.

Authorities acknowledged that most people deface these rocks and get away with it, but in Hudgens’ case, it was easier to find out she was the culprit because of her celebrity status. Her Instagram followers notified the media, which attracted police attention. The rest is history, as they say.

Vandalizing national parks on U.S. Forest Service land is a crime. Posting certain things on social media can be incriminating. People are watching, be wary of that. There are times when people are arrested for these things and this is when you will want to get the best bail bonds help possible. Contact Perris Bail Bond Store today for the best bail bondsYou are encouraged to call Perris Bail Bond Store at 800-793-2245 or Chat With Us online for immediate assistance. Read more >

When The Cost Of A Music Festival Includes Bail


As the popularity of attending massive music festivals rises, so does the number of arrests, unfortunately. The most common offenses at music festivals are drug possession, public intoxication, and trespassing. Getting arrested for such violations at a music festival may be quite the bummer, but it should serve as a “wake up call”! Some unfortunate incidents end in death.

These are generally misdemeanor charges with a fine and possibly jail time. However, in the meantime, you can bail out of jail with a bail bond from Perris Bail Bond Store. You or someone on your behalf will need to contact a Perris Bail Bond Store representative online today. Within a few hours, you’ll be out of jail. When you’re home, you can re-evaluate certain decisions you made at the music festival. We’re not trying to dampen the mood and have you stop attending music festivals; we just want you all to enjoy it safely, without endangering your life or that of another. The cost for paying for a bail bond – or the cost of a life – is never, ever, worth the risk!

Call us today at 800-793-2245, or you can chat with a representative online for immediate assistance.

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What Is A Governor’s Pardon?


Not every hard criminal is a truly bad person that their criminal record might make them out to be. Some people are so determined to not let their arrest and conviction define them; they have the motivation to prove to others that they are a good and trustworthy person. For these very select individuals, they have the opportunity to be granted a California Governor’s Pardon.

A California Governor’s Pardon is an honor and privilege given to convicts who have shown outstandingly good behavior following their conviction. It helps provide relief for them from the penalties otherwise associated with a criminal conviction:

  1. The person may own a firearm, unless their conviction stemmed from a crime that involved one.
  2. The person may serve on a jury.
  3. The person does not have to register as a sex offender for life.
  4. The person may be employed as a probation or parole officer.

In addition, being granted a governor’s pardon may make it even easier for them to secure a job or a home or a loan.

Only a small percentage of California convicts are granted this pardon, but rest assured, some are.

You might not quite be there yet – but are you in need of a bail bond to get yourself, or a loved one, out of jail? Perris Bail Bond Store can provide you with an affordable bail bond at a low monthly rate cost. Learn more about bail and the entire bail bonds process by talking with an Perris Bail Bond Store agent today!

Chat with us online through the chat portal for immediate assistance, or give us a call at 800-793-2245.

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