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Common Bail Bond Scams

Unfortunately there are several tricks, traps, and scams that less than honest bondsmen or those posing as bondsmen employ to take advantage of people trying to get their loved ones out of jail. Here are some common bail bonds scams, and tips for avoiding them.

 

Soliciting Inside the Jail

Bail agents are not allowed to solicit business […]

By |January 3rd, 2016|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on Common Bail Bond Scams

The Booking & Arrest Process

When someone is arrested, they will be taken to a jail or holding facility for processing and booking. Sometimes booking can be completed in an hour, sometimes it takes several hours. Generally, the larger the jail, the longer the booking process takes.

At the facility, the arrested person will be searched for weapons and drugs and […]

By |December 6th, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on The Booking & Arrest Process

Five of the Key Steps after an Arrest

Finding out an arrest has been made is a daunting experience but the timeline of steps that should follow that arrest are actually pretty straightforward and we can help you work through it. We’ve come up with five steps in particular to get the accused bailed out and arrive on the day of the court […]

By |November 3rd, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on Five of the Key Steps after an Arrest

Getting Cheaper Bail

Bail amounts vary according to many factors including severity of the crime, criminal record of the accused and flight risk posed by the accused. For minor offenses, most jails have a bail schedule that officers can refer to before a bail hearing becomes necessary. Serious offenses will require a judge to determine what bail should […]

By |October 14th, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on Getting Cheaper Bail

How Georgia Treats a Felony vs. a Misdemeanor

Crimes fall into two main categories: misdemeanors and felonies.

A misdemeanor is a lesser crime. It is usually a non-violent crime meaning it results in little physical harm to people or property. Some examples include public intoxication, speeding, trespassing and vandalism. Misdemeanors are further divided into alphabetical classes. A Class A misdemeanor, for example, is a […]

By |September 12th, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on How Georgia Treats a Felony vs. a Misdemeanor

How to Interact with Police Officers

When you’re talking to a police officer, you need to know what your rights are and how to stay safe. In an arrest situation, this could be the difference between innocence and guilt. Your conversations with officers will vary depending on the circumstances but one thing that remains true in all cases is your option […]

By |August 8th, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on How to Interact with Police Officers

What to Do to Get Somebody Out of Jail

So, a friend or family member has been arrested. Now what? The first thing you’ll want to look into, even before finding a lawyer or going over to the jail, is bail. Bail or the bond equivalent of bail is an amount of money in cash, property or surety bond paid to make sure that […]

By |June 15th, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on What to Do to Get Somebody Out of Jail

Getting Arrested Out of State

Coming up with bail, looking for the right lawyer, deciphering the charges – any kind of criminal charge can be difficult for the accused to manage. Add some location confusion to that and the stress will quickly start piling up. If a person is arrested and charged with a crime in a state that is […]

By |June 14th, 2015|Bail Bonds|Comments Off on Getting Arrested Out of State

Ignition Interlock Device in Georgia

We deal with many DUI bail cases each week so we make it our mission to know all there is to know about drunk driving issues. If you’re familiar with DUI arrests and DUI penalties, you may already know about ignition interlock devices. If not, an ignition interlock device, in short, is a breathalyzer that […]

By |May 5th, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on Ignition Interlock Device in Georgia

What Rights Do Inmates Have?

When somebody breaks the law and is determined guilty, they may be required to do time in jail. But this doesn’t mean that they lose all their rights. Most inmates deserve basic respect. While some inmate rights vary slightly from state to state, federal law guarantees basic human rights to all inmates that must be […]

By |March 15th, 2015|Bail Bonds, Gwinnett County Jail|Comments Off on What Rights Do Inmates Have?
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