Category: court appointments

What to Know About Bounty Hunters

What to Know About Bounty Hunters Most people have seen or at least heard about movies that involve bounty hunters. In these movies, bounty hunters are depicted as rough and are seen dragging fugitives to law enforcement so they can cash in on a well-earned percentage of a large-sum bail bond. These depictions may seem…

5 Things to Remember While Out on Bail

5 Things to Remember While Out on Bail If you qualified for bail after being arrested and successfully posted bail either individually or through a bonding company, there are some things you need to remember. There are certain requirements set that you must follow exactly. Additionally, there are also some best practices you should follow…

Questions to Ask A Bond Company

While it may not be something you would ever think you need to do, there may be a time where you may need to reach out to a bail bond company to help you or a loved one. Much like an attorney, there are several different bond companies, and it can be very important to choose the right company for your specific needs! Here are some questions that you can ask to help you understand which bond company will be best for you:

Active Arrest Warrant

An arrest warrant is issued by a judge which authorizes the arrest and detention of an individual or the search and seizure of an individual’s property. Arrest warrants serve the purpose of protecting people from unlawful arrests under the Fourth Amendment. It gives notice to the person being arrested about the charges pressed against them. 

Why the Right To Remain Silent Is Best

When you are arrested, the best thing that you can do for yourself is to keep quiet until you are represented by an attorney. It is important to remember that if you are arrested, you have the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney but these rights only protect you if you choose to use them.

Do’s & Don’ts While Out on Bail

If you or family member ever find yourself in the situation where you are out on a bail, there are some things to avoid and some things to consider to be sure that you remain out of jail until your final court date. Click here for helpful tips.