We Are Always Ready To Help You

We Are Always Ready To Help You

Dealing with an arrest is not something that anyone ever plans on having to handle. Unfortunately, no one really knows if and when someone they know and care about will be arrested. This leads to many people being caught off guard by their loved one’s arrest. They don’t know where to begin.

Luckily for Californians, posting bail can be made easy with help from Bail Bonds in Riverbank. Since our founding in 1987, we have helped thousands of Californians rescue their friends and family members from jail. That’s over 30 years of experience!

We know everything about the bail bond process and are more than happy to assist you.

Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays) to offer their professional assistance whenever...

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Professional Bail Help Is A Phone Call Away

Professional Bail Help Is A Phone Call Away

Dealing with the arrest of a loved one is difficult for most people. No one ever plans on someone they know getting arrested and so they rarely are ever prepared to deal with an arrest. Unfortunately, an arrest can occur at any time without warning. When that happens, most people need a guide and helping hand.

Luckily a professional guide for bail is easy to find here in California. You just need to contact Bail Bonds in Patterson. Our professional bail agents are available 24/7. They will always be there to answer your questions whenever you need a helping hand. You can get ahold of them by phone, through chat from our website, or by visiting one of our local offices.

Our expert bail agents know everything about the bail bond process...

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Uber Is Cheaper Than A DUI

Uber Is Cheaper Than A DUI

In this day and age, there really is no reason for anyone to ever drive drunk. Advancements in technology, primarily the smart phone, have made finding a ride home easy and affordable. Apps like Uber and Lyft allow a person to hire a ride at any time, just about anywhere.

Despite this fact, some people still refuse to use these apps.

These people would rather drive drunk than spare a few extra bucks to ensure that they get home safely. What these people fail to realize, is that the consequences of driving drunk cost far more than just hiring a ride for the evening. Aside from the obvious risking of life and limb, the cost of a DUI is far more expensive than an Uber home.

Reinstating A Driver’s License

After a person has been convicted of a DUI, they often have their driver’s license sus...

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Making Written Threats

Making Written Threats

With the age of social media people have gained the ability to share all of their thoughts and ideas with the entire world. If they want to. Most people prefer to keep to themselves, since oversharing online is a pretty big deal. It can easily get a person into a lot of trouble. Many people have had to learn this lesson the hard way.

What some people see as joking around or just venting, can sometimes be seen as an actual threat against someone. What many people don’t realize is these threats can get them into trouble. Simply making a threat towards someone is a crime here in California, and it comes with very serious consequences.

What Is California Penal Code 422?

Here in the state of California the act of making criminal or terrorist threats online, or anywhere else, is illegal. Pena...

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Tagging And Graffiti Laws Here In California

Tagging And Graffiti Laws Here In California

Tagging and graffiti are two things that most people have seen, especially if they live in an urban area. Pretty much every large city in the country is littered with graffiti and other signs of tagging. A lot of times, these random markings can make signs unreadable and change the look of the city for the worse. That is why most states have laws against graffiti.

California is one such state. California Penal Code (PC) 594 covers all sorts of vandalism, from breaking something to marking it up with paint or markers. While the crimes of graffiti and vandalism may seem minor to some, they are a very big deal to others. This is especially true for anyone stuck having to clean up the mess.

California Penal Code 594

Penal Code 594 here in the state of California outlines every possible crime ...

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What Is The Jail Booking Process Like?

What Is The Jail Booking Process Like?

When it comes to arrests and bail, most people have a lot questions. For instance, many people wonder what happens when a person is arrested. They often expect the arrest to happen quickly, however that is rarely the case. There is a whole process to booking someone into jail and it usually takes some time to complete.

The booking process proceeds as follows:

  1. Information is recorded. When a person is brought into a police station, their information is recorded. This includes things such as why the person was arrested, as well as their name, birthday, and home address.
  2. Picture time. Next the person’s mug shot is taken. The picture is important for identifying two different people who may share the same name...
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We Offer Personalized Payment Plans To Making Paying For Bail Easy

We Offer Personalized Payment Plans To Making Paying For Bail Easy

Dealing with big purchases can be a bit of a hassle, especially without a payment plan. Payment plans are great because they break up a large payment into smaller, more manageable chunks for a person. Unfortunately, most places charge interest on their payment plans, making it cheaper to pay the large amount up front. Unfortunately, that isn’t always an option, especially if the expense came without warning.

This is often the case when it comes to bail. No one ever expects that someone they know will get arrested, and so no one ever expects that they will need to post bail. This means that most people do not have the several thousands of dollars needed to post bail in California. Luckily, Bail Bonds in Modesto is here to offer an affordable solution.

Here at Bail Bonds in Modesto, our b...

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Peeping Tom Laws In California

Peeping Tom Laws In California

A trope that is commonly seen in movies, especially older ones, is the peeping tom. For those unaware, a peeping tom is typically a man who spies on a woman while she’s changing. What was once a fairly common scene in movies has since died off as people admitted just how creepy the act of peeping is.

The act is so despised that there are laws against peeping and spying on people. Everyone has a right to privacy, especially when a person is in the safety of their own home, or other private areas. That is why the state of California has laws against the act. If a person thinks they want to spy on someone in a private setting, they should think again. This is not a law that a person should be breaking.

California Penal Code 647

Since spying and peeping on someone is such a big deal, becaus...

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Gun Safety Tips And Laws In California

Gun Safety Tips And Laws In California

When it comes to owning a gun, an owner has to be very careful. A gun is a powerful tool and needs to be treated with the proper care and respect. This is why the state of California has several laws and regulations around owning a firearm. State legislators want to ensure everyone’s safety.

Safety should always be a gun owner’s primary concern. They need to take the proper steps to use their fire arm safely and store it securely. Failure to do so could result in the severe injury of someone and possible legal ramifications as well. This means that it is in everyone’s best interest to properly store and use any firearm.

8 Gun Safety Tips

The following are some safety tips that all gun owners should follow to ensure they keep themselves, and the people around them, safe.

  • A gun own...
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What Are The Laws About Marijuana In California?

What Are The Laws About Marijuana In California?

Proposition 64 was passed by voters in November 2016. This set the groundwork for the recreational use of marijuana to become legal in the state on January 1st, 2018. This changed up how marijuana could be used in California, and removed many of the penalties for smaller marijuana based offenses. However, it did not legalize everything with marijuana usage, and that is where there is some confusion.

Even though this change went into effect a year ago, it is still relatively new. This means that most people are a bit fuzzy on what exactly changed. Many people are unaware of what is now legal, and what can still get them into trouble when it comes to marijuana.

The Law And Personal Use

It is now legal for a person 21 years or older to possess up to one ounce of dried marijuana or up to 8 gr...

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