Simply put, there really is no way you can reduce your bail once the judge has declared it. You can ask that the judge to reconsider, but in all likelihood, that bail amount will remain the same. The judge had already taken these facts into consideration: The...

Just when you thought everything was going wrong in your life, that the odds were against you, and there was no way to repair the damage you have done, you stumble across Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. Getting arrested may seem like the end of...

To most of you, the bail bond industry is probably a bunch of mumbo and jumbo that you don’t really understand. You hope you will never need to know anything about it, but for some of you, that will not be the case. Some of...

If you think you cannot get your loved one out of jail and back home in time for the family Halloween festivities, you are wrong. You are not looking in the right place because it is definitely possible to have your partner bailed out of...

Paying for a bail bond on time is just as important as paying for rent on time. Paying for a bail bond is something you need to be on top of and take seriously. If you miss a payment, there will be consequences for yourself...

One of the most frequently asked questions we are asked here at Los Angeles Bail Bond Store is if the premium, the money the client pays to us, gets returned at the end of the case. “But, money for a cash bail is refunded!” Well,...

If you are wondering if you are eligible to vote in this year’s Presidential election since you are a convicted criminal who has just been released from jail, or will be in the next few days. Most people do not have to worry about that,...

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...

One major condition while being out on bail, is that the defendant cannot get into trouble and get arrested again. The point of bail is to prove to the court and the community that although you were accused of a crime, you are still trustworthy...