Don’t Let Your Loved One Miss Halloween!

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Every Halloween you and your boyfriend or girlfriend dress up in coordinating costumes: Mickey and Minnie, mustard and ketchup, etc. This year is going to be no different and you have already begun working on your DIY costumes.

Then unexpectedly, they are arrested one night. They are sitting in jail, and you are sitting at home frantically trying to figure out what is next and how you can afford to pay their bail.

It is quite alright if you two can’t come to that solution yourself – paying for cash bail is incredibly expensive and the fact of the matter is, most people cannot pay that so easily.

That’s where Modesto Bail Bond Store steps in to help mediate the stress, by offering a bail bond, an alternative to cash bail, but serves the same purpose...

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Why You Need To Know About This Gun Law, Even If You Don’t Own A Gun

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Owning a gun is serious business and requires a serious process. In California, gun laws are some of the most restrictive across the United States. And new laws are being passed regularly in an effort to curb violence and mishandling of guns. This year, there were a few pretty “big” gun laws that were passed, including one that is good for all people, not just gun-owners and sellers, to know.

If you have a family member who owns a gun, and you think they might commit a crime with it, you can alert the police, who will confiscate that person’s guns for 3 weeks. During these 3 weeks, the individual will be questioned and the concerns will be investigated.

This gun confiscation law is new and as you can see, pretty powerful, if people know about it and use it before it’s too late.

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You Don’t Know Crazy Until…

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If you think that your family and friends are a bunch of crazies, then you don’t really know crazy enough. Crazy is a bunch of people who act out too far for anyone’s good – illegally. They are the ones who are arrested for violating laws and committing crimes. They are the ones who popular jails and prisons. And for the most part, the craziest crazies in jail are rarely separated from the least crazy crazies in jail. They are all intermixed with each other.

This image that is forming in your head probably makes your family and groups of friends seem sane right about now. And the image of jail is making you more and more scared for the safety (and sanity) of your loved one who was just arrested and could use your help in posting a bail bond right about now.

And with that, you’re look...

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Major Bail Bond Benefits

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When we think of posting bail, we generally think of the negatives: paying a lot of money to someone else because you or your loved one did something wrong and got caught for it. But there are a number of really incredible and often overlooked benefits to paying for a bail bond, aside from getting a person out of jail.

  • Confidentiality – bail bond agents work in confidentiality so the info is only for the need-to-know.
  • Maintain Employment & Income – the defendant can return to work and continue to receive income.
  • Attend Family Gatherings & Obligations – the defendant won’t miss out on important family parties and obligations like birthdays, soccer games, and ballet recitals. The same goes for friends.
  • Prepare For Trial – this can be done from inside jail, but it’s so much easier when...
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Getting Out Of A Bail Bond Jam

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When your loved one is in a jam and needs you to help pay for bail, one of the questions that’s going to run through your mind is, “how am I going to afford that?”

We’re here to help settle this thought that is nerve-racking but also something you do want to do for your loved one.

    Bail vs. Bail Bonds
    You can pay for cash bail which is paying court directly, 100% of the bail amount up-front. Or, you can pay for a bail bond, which costs 10% of the bail amount, spread out into a number of payment installments.

    Payment Methods for Bail Bonds
    It’s likely you’re going to go the bail bond route because clearly, the immediate benefits are much better...
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Modesto Bail Bond Store Takes An Oath

Do you need a bail bond? Call 209-575-1010 for real bail help!

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At Modesto Bail Bond Store, we are incredibly proud of who we are. We are a hardworking, dedicated team of professional and licensed bail bond agents. We have taken an oath to serve and help anyone who comes to us in need of a bail bond, no matter what their situation is financially and personally. It is our duty to work around each client’s needs and to get them a bail bond and a custom payment plan that they can work with.

It is not in our ways to deny a person from our services. We do this job because we truly want to see families reunited, and it is a blessing that our clients choose us and trust us. We have almost 30 years of bail bond industry experience and more satisfied customers than other bail bond companies...

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Unfortunately, Modesto Bail Bond Store Can’t Do Everything

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When Modesto Bail Bond Store bails your loved one out of jail, it seems as if this company can do anything. To you, they quickly become a heaven-sent answer to your prayers. They helped you through this one very difficult time in your life and now, seeing first hand how reliable they are, you think they can do everything.

That is quite a compliment but unfortunately we here at Modesto Bail Bond Store have limitations to what we can do for you. Sad face. We cannot:

  • Give legal advice.
  • Refer you to an attorney.
  • Deposit any monies towards the defendant for referring business.
  • Take bribes.
  • Negotiate a bail bond before a crime has taken place.

However, we at Modesto Bail Bond Store, can and definitely will provide you with a bail bond at the ...

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Small Savings Equals Big

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Saving money can be easy for some people, harder for others. We always try and justify all our purchases but in reality, we know we can let some things go and move around other spendings. Saving money is a long-term happening but here are some quick tips that will save small now but equal to big savings in the longer run.

  • Cook more meals at home and dine out less. One meal at a restaurant can cost $10-$25+ per person. One person can spend that much on groceries to last them a handful of meals for the entire week.
  • Cancel luxury subscription services like gossip magazines, Netflix, and even the gym. Instead, catch up on celebrity gossip online or at the newspaper/magazine stand and work out in the beautiful outdoors!
  • Say no to weekly shopping...
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Make Your Friend Get Help Before It’s Too Late

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Sometimes being a best friend means doing things that will make your friend very, very mad at you. For example, your best friend is quite the alcoholic. As many times as he drives while impaired and gets home safely, you can’t help but cringe each time you know he does it. You can’t help but have a feeling that one day he won’t make it home.

A friend will say something, but let go of their safety argument within minutes. A best friend though, would be more proactive – like taking away his keys or doing something even more extreme – like having an intervention with him or even getting him professional help. A best friend has a good heart and the right intentions...

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Cash Bail Isn’t For Everyone

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The Justice Department behind the Obama administration is making efforts to further protect defendants’ rights, especially those who come from the lower classes. They are arguing, before a federal appeals court for the first time, that it is unconstitutional to hold defendants in jail when they cannot afford to post bail. It is a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment.

The filing stems from the case of Maurice Walker of Georgia. Walker was arrested for being a “pedestrian under the influence,” a misdemeanor crime. He was held on a $160 bail, which he could not afford; he was kept in jail for 6 nights. In Walker’s case, he was eventually granted release on own recognizance. But of course, there are supporters and opposers of both sides...

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