SANTA CLARITA BAIL BONDS NEWS

Four Students Arrested in Weapons Investigation

Four Students Arrested in Weapons Investigation
Four Hart high school students were arrested last week when it was reported that one of them may have been in possession of a gun while on campus. The school was tipped off through their anonymous tip line and notified police. Officials with the school and Santa Clarita Sheriff Station deputies were able to identify the student who was allegedly in possession of a firearm and arrested him during classes. Additionally, three other students were arrested in connection with the crime. The tip...
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Common Bail Bond Myths

Common Bail Bond Myths
When someone is arrested and taken into custody under suspicion of committing a crime, they will be unable to do much of anything until they are bailed out of jail. Bail allows a defendant to obtain their freedom before their court date. Interestingly, there are a lot of misconceptions about bail and the bail industry that can make the bail system (and, by extension, bail bonds) more harsh and complicated than they really are. Below we will dispel several myths about bail to help clarify your un...
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SB 262 Seeks to End Cash Bail

SB 262 is currently making its rounds through the California State Legislature. If it becomes law, it will significantly impact bail in the state of California. During the pandemic, emergency provisions were enacted to help stem the spread of COVID-19 throughout the jail system. Bail was reduced to $0 for misdemeanor offenses and low-level felonies. Instead, arrestees would be taken to the police station, cited, and released. These provisions were intended to keep people safe from the virus, ...
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