Choose Victorville Bail Bond Store Regardless of Your Income

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Money and income are a regular topic of discussion for every household. There will always be a constant struggle to make more money to try to live a more pleasurable life. However, it is not always an easy goal, and the road to get there is a struggle. Income is always an issue.

Income is not an issue to Victorville Bail Bond Store when it comes to bailing a person out of jail. You might think it is a big deal and that you need to have a high income since bail is expensive, but going the bail bond route is different. With Victorville Bail Bond Store, their strategies open the door to all individuals needing a bail bond, regardless of their income.

Victorville Bail Bond Store is willing to work with all people who need bail bonds. Not only does bailing a loved one out of jail with a bail bond reduce the amount of money you need to pay by 90%, it also means you can pay your dues over a period of time. Plus, Victorville Bail Bond Store will customize payment plans according to each client’s own needs.

Talk to a Victorville Bail Bond Store professional online today and receive a free consultation; or you can also call them at 800-793-2245.

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What Happens To Voting Rights If You Are In Jail

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The presidential election is starting to take shape and voting happens in September. Anyone 18 years of age or older, is able to vote, as we all are aware. Here’s a little Q&A excerpt to provide you with some information that you might not be aware of:

  • What if you are in custody?
  • What if you’re serving a sentence in prison?
  • What if you have a criminal history?
  • Can you still vote?
  • Below are some projected answers to these questions to spark your awareness just a bit:

  • Even if you’ve been convicted of a misdemeanor, you may still vote.
  • If you are a convicted felon and are currently serving your sentence in prison, or are on parole, you are not allowed to vote.
  • As soon as you are released from prison and no longer need to follow up with your parole officer, your voting rights are restored.
  • If you are in custody or jail, you may vote, as long as you are accused of a misdemeanor (not a felony).

These voting rights and restrictions are not the same in every state. Some will be the same, while others may differ.

If you need to bail out of jail, Victorville Bail Bond Store can help you do that (again, this is for those who are in jail only and have yet to be convicted). Learn how Victorville Bail Bond Store can help you bail out of jail affordably and quickly!

Victorville Bail Bond Store will not let you down!

Visit us online to chat or call us at 800-793-2245.

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Bail Is An Option With Tax Money

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Bail is ridiculously expensive, period. Most people won’t easily have enough money to post bail on their own. Even getting extra money back from the IRS during tax season won’t be enough money to bail out of jail. However, that extra tax return money might be enough to afford a bail bond from Victorville Bail Bond Store; a bail bond is an alternative method to bailing out of jail, and they only cost 10-15% of the full bail amount.

The cost of bail bonds will be paid on a payment plan, meaning the defendant will be released from jail before the entire 10-15% is paid off. But the main catch that levels this against paying the full bail price directly with the court is that the 10-15% paid to the bail bond company is not refundable at the end of the case, whereas 100% of the bail that is paid directly to court (without the bail bond company as the middle man) is. Both options of bailing out of jail are legal and legitimate – it’s merely a situation matter as to which method you choose to go with.

Of course there’s more to learn about bail and bail bonds, and you can do that by chatting with a Victorville Bail Bond Store bail agent online where we can provide you with plenty of information.

You can also call us at 800-793-2245 to speak directly with a willing and capable bail bonds agent.

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How Paying For Bail Can Affect Your Credit Score

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Paying for bail may impact your credit score so this is something you may want to pay attention to. Because most people cannot afford to pay for bail on their own, they will seek a bail bondsman from a bail bond company such as Victorville Bail Bond Store in California. By working with a bail agent, they will pay less money over a longer period of time. However, what they pay is nonrefundable (think of it as a fee to pay for hiring a bail agent).

Bail bonds can still be quite high to pay for in cash, so most people will charge it to their credit card. If the charge is enough to significantly raise your balance, your credit score may fluctuate. It may also change if you are unable to pay off the credit card immediately. As with any credit card fee, it’s always ideal, as far as your credit score is concerned, for you to pay off the entire balance/debt on time, rather than paying just a portion of the bill and leaving an outstanding balance.

Applying for and taking out a loan for the bail bond may also change your credit score.
If you fail to make a bail bond payment on time, the debt may go to collections, thereby negatively impacting your credit.

The most secure way, financially for you, to pay for a bail bond is to pay with cash or by check if you are comfortable withdrawing and transporting that amount of money. However, please consult with your Victorville Bail Bond Store agent about credit and debit payments. They’ll be able to discuss the best practices for bail payments that are the most cost-friendly for you. They will always have your best interests at the forefront!

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

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The Rights Of Arrested Individuals

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Just because someone commits a crime, gets caught, and gets arrested doesn’t mean they lose all their rights and become defenseless. Arrested individuals earn some rights to protect themselves during this time, especially when they are most vulnerable to the police.

    Two of the greatest rights an arrested individual has are:

  • The right to remain silent
  • The right to an attorney

These rights are known as the Miranda Rights. It empowers the arrested individual to decline to answer any police questions. Anything they say to the police can be used against them in court, including any statement that turns out to be a false confession. Some people are so nervous and intimidated and just want the police to stop pressuring them so they will falsely admit to guilt, when they truly didn’t “do it.” The suspect can say they do not want to answer any more questions and with that statement, the police must stop questioning.

This brings us to part two of the Miranda Rights; the right to an attorney. Whether one hires a private lawyer or accesses a public defender, a defendant has the right to an attorney to represent them and help them fight their case. Whether the attorney is one for hire or is court appointed, it is that attorney’s duty to be present at all subsequent questioning, in addition to safe-guarding their client and each and every right they are entitled, under the laws in which they practice.

Another right that many, but not all, arrested individuals will be granted is the right to bail. Those who are given the right to bail are encouraged to use this right and bail out of jail. They can do so with the help of a bail bond agent, who will make the process as easy and as affordable as possible, knowing that a bail bond is not easy to pay.

To learn more about bail and bail bonds, contact a Victorville Bail Bond Store bail agent or representative today, and you will have all of your questions and concerns answered immediately. We will draw up an affordable bail bond payment plan for your review and assessment.

Let Victorville Bail Bond Store help you – we absolutely will not let you down!

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

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