Bail Bond Blog

What To Do (And Not To Do) When Released On Bail

If you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime, it can be a very stressful time, both for you and those you love. If you are able to secure your release on bail pending your trial, you should be aware that this time is precious and should be used wisely. As a licensed and experienced … Continued

Bail Denial

Why Would My Bail Be Denied?

In the United States, most criminal offenders are offered the opportunity to make bail to secure their release until trial. This system serves as a buffer against jail overcrowding and allows defendants to meet their work and family obligations while awaiting trial. There are some situations, however, where a judge or magistrate may choose to … Continued

Georgia Court Documents

What Offenses Are Not Eligible For Bail In Georgia?

If you’ve been arrested, one of the first questions you are likely to ask is whether you may be released on bond. For misdemeanors and many minor felonies, the answer is usually yes. But for the most serious and violent felonies, the option of pretrial release on bond may not exist. This is essentially because … Continued

Miranda Rights

What Are “Miranda Rights” And What Do They Mean?

If you watch crime shows on TV or online, you’ve probably heard the phrase, “Read him his rights.” But what exactly are these rights, how can they protect you, and where did they originate? Let’s take a closer look. What Are Your Miranda Rights? By federal law, an arrestee must be informed of his or … Continued

Not A Good Idea To Await Trial In Jail

Why It’s Not A Good Idea To Await Trial In Jail

If you’ve been arrested for a crime, it’s easy to lose hope, especially if you believe the prosecution has a strong case against you. Some defendants question the wisdom of obtaining release on bond, even when it is offered because they feel they’re going to prison anyway. Others figure it’s better to start doing that … Continued

Gavel, Extradition Agreement, Legal Paperwork

What Is Extradition And How Does It Work?

When a person is arrested and charged with a crime, he or she is required to stand trial in the state where the offense was committed. Some defendants, however, have other ideas. Once free on bail, they choose not to make their appointed court appearances and instead decide to flee. Known as “bail jumpers” or … Continued

Who Can Bail You Out Of Jail?

  If you’ve been arrested for a crime, securing your release prior to trial allows you to maintain employment, stay engaged with family life, and assist in your own defense. But who is legally permitted to post your bail? And whom should you call when you need this kind of help? Family Often when we … Continued