Santa Clarita Bail Bonds for Robbery Charges

In a recent and rather bizarre case, a woman was arrested outside a bank for an alleged robbery. According to the suspect, a man outside with a small child gave the note to the woman and demanded she obtain money from the bank or he was going to harm the child. During the robbery, the suspect went through a change of heart and returned the money to the teller; unfortunately for her, police were already on their way. Investigators are currently trying to figure out if the suspect's story is true ...

Bail Can Be Denied

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The 8th Amendment of the US Constitution prohibits the federal government from imposing excessive bail, excessive fines, or cruel and unusual punishment. Thanks to that, the overwhelming majority of people who find themselves arrested are eligible to be bailed out of jail. When someone in Santa Clarita is arrested and charged with a crime, the corresponding bail amount is stated in the Los Angeles County bail schedule. If the individual, or someone they know, obtains a Santa Clarita bail bond, o...

What You Should Know About Santa Clarita Bail Hearings

Here's what you should know about Santa Clarita bail hearings: Bail is set according to the Los Angeles County Bail Schedule - a list of suggested bail amounts that will vary from crime-to-crime. When someone is bailed out shortly after their arrest, the bail amount will be based on what is listed in the LA County Bail Schedule. However, if an individual remains in jail, they will go before a judge within a few days to attend a bail hearing. At a bail hearing, a judge will decide whether o...