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 ...

When is the Best Time for Santa Clarita Bail Bonds?

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When someone is arrested and taken into custody, you have several options with which you can get them out of jail aside from a Santa Clarita Bail Bond. Depending on the crime they're being charged with and their previous criminal history, it's possible that they'll be granted release on their own recognizance at their bail hearing several days after their arrest. If you don't want to wait that long, you can bring the full amount of bail to the court and bail them out that way. If you don't have ...

Santa Clarita Bail Bonds and 1275 Holds

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Most of the time when you work with a bail bondsman to get someone out of jail, the process can be completed quickly and efficiently. However, when someone is charged with certain crimes, the court will require additional information regarding the source of the money used for a bail bond and use what's known as a 1275 hold to keep the defendant in custody until the source of the bail money can be verified. The name refers to California Penal Code 1275.1 PC, which states that a person can be h...