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Understanding Bail Bonds 101

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If you’re someone who doesn’t know too much, or anything at all, about bail bonds, yet find yourself needing to pay for one, don’t be ashamed to ask any and all questions, no matter how “simple” it might sound to you. Bail bonds are a serious matter and since it is your money and your freedom (or the freedom of someone you care about), you will want to know exactly what bail bonds are. To summarize it simply:

Bail bonds are an optional way for newly arrested individuals to bail (get out of) jail. A professional bail bondsman will assist and oversee the process, charging 10-15% of the full bail price of the jailed person as a fee. The jailed person doesn’t necessarily need to be the one to pay the bail bond; friends and family members may help pay for the bail bond as well, which is set up on a low monthly rate payment plan. A part of the agreement to a bail bond is that the defendant will need to show up in court whenever he or she is asked; they will also need to stay out of trouble during the time they are out. If he or she violates any terms of release, then the bail bond can be revoked, and the defendant returned to jail.

In the long run, those paying for a bail bond will lose money (10-15% of the full bail price) but in the short term view, this route of bailing out of jail is more affordable. The other option to paying for bail is going without a bail bond company, needing to pay 100% of the bail bond price up front, but being refunded that money at the end of the whole trial.

Bail bonds are the more ideal situation for most defendants and their families. Find out how David Ortiz Bail Bonds can help you and your loved one secure a no collateral needed bail bonds by chatting with us online now or calling us at 661-326-0608.

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Most Affordable Bail Bonds At David Ortiz Bail Bonds

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A bail bond is one of the last things anyone ever wants to have to pay, yet if they are in such a situation, it is one of those things that must be paid off; it’s not something that should be shrugged off to the end. Even for someone in a less ideal situation – they have a low income and support other family members financially – odds are not stacked against them if they suddenly need to afford a bail bond too. How? The answer is at David Ortiz Bail Bonds.

David Ortiz Bail Bonds appeals to every person in need of a bail bond. Whether they are loaded with money or not, David Ortiz Bail Bonds is able to accommodate anyone who approaches them for help. David Ortiz Bail Bonds measures their success based on the number of people they are able to bail out of jail to reunite with family member, not on how much money they make off of fixed, high prices.

Even if you think you cannot afford a bail bond for yourself or a loved one, contact David Ortiz Bail Bonds and ask them about their no down payment bail bonds. Payment plans are flexible and customized, tailored to the individual’s own financial situation. The most affordable bail bonds in California are found at David Ortiz Bail Bonds. Chat with a bail agent online or call 661-326-0608 to get that free consultation and answers to your questions.

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Around The Clock Service From David Ortiz Bail Bonds

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds provides around the clock service. If someone needs us at the oddest hours of the day, we’re not about to let them down by making them wait until the next business day. Our priority is helping families and friends bail their loved ones out of jail as soon as possible.

Whether you chat with us online or call us by dialing 661-326-0608 to speak over the phone, you can definitely expect one of our bail agents to answer you immediately. We work quickly to bail your loved one out of jail by using our zero down bail bonds, but we make sure to go over all the details with you thoroughly so that you understand everything and nothing is missed.

Get all the details you need from David Ortiz Bail Bonds right now by speaking with one of our bondsmen.

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About Kaitlyn’s Law

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Kaitlyn Russell was a six month old who died after she was left alone in a parked car for over two hours. Her unfortunate death is the force behind Kaitlyn’s Law, which makes it illegal for a child 6 years or younger to be left unsupervised by anyone 12 years old or older in a vehicle. This is considered child endangerment, most especially when the sun is out, as the temperature inside the car gets hot very quickly. At the most basic consequence, violators can be fined $100. At the greatest consequence, a life like Kaitlyn’s could be lost and the parent can be charged more harshly.

Parents can easily get their errands done faster without having to bring their young child inside the store with them. But the risk is too great for your child and yourself.

Some parents do get arrested for neglecting their children in this way. If it happens to you or another parent you know, David Ortiz Bail Bonds can help bail you or them out of jail using out zero down bail bonds. You can get in touch with one of our bail agents online through our chat portal or by phone at 661-326-0608. We hope we don’t have to help you out, but know that we definitely will if you reach out to us.

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Everyone Benefits From Bail Bonds

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The person who is getting bailed out of jail isn’t the only one who benefits from the bail bond. Many groups of people can benefit from the use of bail bonds, if you really think about it.

  • Bail bond release lowers pre-trial jail populations at no cost to taxpayers.
  • Defendants who bailed out of jail are less likely to miss their court dates, become fugitives and consequently have an arrest warrant out for them. Arrest warrants are a burden to law enforcement and courts.
  • Defendants who bailed out of jail less likely to cause trouble and threaten danger to the public, knowing that they can be re-arrested.
  • Every posted bail bond results in premium taxes that are paid to the state and the county, creating revenue for the economy.
  • Bail bonds are supplied only from bail bond companies which employs people all throughout the state, giving them a living.

To learn more about bail bonds, contact David Ortiz Bail Bonds and one one of our knowledgeable bail agents will be more than glad to assist you. Consultation with us is always FREE!

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Reporting Crimes: Required Or Moral Obligation?

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Did you know that if you witness a crime, you are not legally required to report it to authorities or intervene? Of course, morally, it’s the right thing to do, but you wouldn’t legally be punished if you didn’t. These are circumstantial and there are cases and instances where some people may actually have to take action, but overall, most of the time, it’s not a required duty.

Many people don’t report a crime they witnessed or have knowledge about because they don’t want to get involved or they are concerned for their safety, even if they do so anonymously. Many people won’t intervene and stop the situation (and maybe make a citizen’s arrest) because it is dangerous and again, they don’t want to be involved.

Examples of situations or cases where it is mandatory to file a report with the police would include people in certain professions needing to report child abuse and/or elderly abuse. School counselors, doctors and therapists are some such professionals who need to do this if they suspect it.

So – if you were to ever witness a crime, it is up to your best judgment if you will report it. Remember, you can report crimes anonymously.

Separately, if you need a bail bond for someone who has been arrested, you can count on David Ortiz Bail Bonds to provide you with cheap bail bonds. Our payment plans are affordable and flexible. Get more information by chatting with us online or calling 661-326-0608 to receive your FREE consultation.

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Miranda Rights, Private Attorneys and Public Defenders

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The Miranda Rights reads “…you have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed to you.” You might think – okay, just have the court appoint me one so I can save money. Well, that’s not really how it goes, and there are different kinds of attorneys, some who can really help you out and others not so much.

If you’re hiring a defense attorney, you’ll need to hire one who specializes in or has extensive experience in representing defendants charged with the same or similar crime as you. For example, if you’re arrested for theft, hiring a family attorney isn’t the wisest idea. Private attorneys will charge you a fee, but that means they will be more dedicated to your case.

If you cannot afford a private attorney, the court will appoint one to you. Court-appointed attorneys are also called public defenders. Public defenders are paid by the government, not the client. They are often juggling a multiple of cases at once so they have less time to dedicate to each case overall. Your defense may not be as strong as it would be coming from a private attorney.

As with anything, the quality of customer service you receive is proportional to what you can (or cannot) afford. Hopefully, if you choose to pay for bail with a bail bond, you’ll have extra money, which you can use towards a private attorney if you truly believe you need a private attorney instead of a public defender; if your case is serious, you’ll probably want a private attorney.

To learn more about bail bonds, how to pay for them, what the bail process is like, etc., feel free to speak with a bail agent from David Ortiz Bail Bonds. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience and consultation is always FREE!

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The Positivity Behind Bail Bonds

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Most people tend to associate negative thoughts and feelings with bail bonds because it means that someone they love was arrested for a crime. The idea of associating positivity, relief and care with bail bonds is at the very back of their minds, if at all. But these emotions should really manifest louder than negativity because it’s what is going to help loved ones get through this situation together.

Think about bail bonds as bringing a loved one home so that you can look after them and support them now more than ever. Think less of it as a part of their arrest. By considering the lighter side of the situation, you and your loved one will grow closer together. You’ll help them focus and you’ll help them be a better person, a stronger person.

Plenty of friends and families are torn apart in similar situations and that’s the last thing you should want for yourself. That’s the last thing we at David Ortiz Bail Bonds want to see. We’ll help you afford bail by offering you cheap bail bonds. If you let us help you, we’re confident you and your loved one will form a more united, closer bond than before. This is the positive, healthy way to go about the situation; it’s the way that will help you all get through this faster and more successfully.

To learn more about David Ortiz Bail Bonds, please call 661-326-0608 to talk to one of our bail agents. David Ortiz Bail Bonds is available 24/7 so whenever you are ready to speak, an agent will be ready to answer.

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What If I Can’t Afford Bail?

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Let’s face it – bail is expensive no matter how much your bail price is, whether it’s in the few hundreds to the thousands or even a million! On top of that, it’s not something you ever really anticipate having to pay for, so you don’t have a budget for that like you do for rent, bills and groceries.

Most people are unable to pay for bail out-of-pocket, meaning they cannot gather enough money quickly enough to pay for bail to the court. They need to pay off the whole price of bail before they are freed and so for many, it’s unrealistic. This is where bail bonds come into play.

Bail bonds are arranged through a third party – a bail bond company like David Ortiz Bail Bonds. The bail bond company will charge the defendant (and any friends or family members who are offering to help pay) anywhere between 10 and 15% of the full bail price that the judge originally set the bail at for their services. The bail agent will work out a payment plan so that those financially responsible can make smaller payments over a longer period of time. Once the paperwork is agreed and signed, it will transfer to the jail for processing. The defendant will be released and sent back home. Over the course of the coming weeks and months, the defendant will need to make all court appearances and all bail bond payments need to be made on time.

If you cannot afford bail, there isn’t a need to worry because you do have the alternative option of bail bonds. Bail bonds can be paid with cash, credit or debit, checks and collateral. The monetary payments are non-refundable but collateral can be released back to the original owner.

David Ortiz Bail Bonds is the best bail bond company to help you or a loved one bail out of jail by using our zero down bail bonds. Get in touch immediately with one our bail agents to start the bail bond process right away.

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Bail Bond Store Can Protect Us

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When someone gets bailed out of jail, that person is less likely to get into more trouble again. Why you asked? Because they know that if they are re-arrested,

  1. They face more punishment.
  2. They (or someone on their behalf) will need to pay the remainder of the bail bond.
  3. Any collateral that was offered will be taken away.

In addition, relationships between the defendant and anyone who is supporting them financially and/or emotionally will be strained even more.

Defendants obviously want to avoid all of this, which is why they are more likely to follow their bail terms and conditions. They cannot afford to pay more, financially and they also cannot afford to lose the support of their loved ones. This is a very stressful time; they want as many people on their side as possible.

Bailing out of jail is easier when a bail bond is used. Bail bonds reduce the cost and extends the payment period. David Ortiz Bail Bonds offers flexible payment plans so that no one has to struggle with bail payments versus other necessary payments like bills and rent.

Of course, paying for bail can be done without a third-party bail bond company, but when David Ortiz Bail Bonds can make the process easier and more affordable with your bail agent taking you through the whole process, why not go for the bail bond route then?

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