When April Fools’ Goes Wrong

April Fools’ is nearly here! For some people, it is a day of just trying to get by without being fooled. For others, this silly holiday is really like Christmas to them. They love to go all out and “get” people with their pranks. They can get pretty elaborate. Occasionally, some go too far and…

Acton Bail Bond Store is Committed to You

30 years ago, the founding family here at Acton Bail Bond Store sat down and laid out a set of values, goals, and a mission. Today, we continue to believe in these same fundamentals that have not only brought our business success, but have also brought our clients relief, freedom from stress and pain, and…

Bail Options for You to Know

When a person is arrested, they will have to face 1 of 3 scenarios, which are to the judge to choose. The judge can: Deny bail – The defendant has no choice but to remain in custody. The judge has determined that this person is too dangerous to be released from jail. Grant bail release…

Acton Bail Bond Store Will Get You Home for the Holidays

The holidays are the happiest time of the year, and your family is counting on you to keep that light spirit in the air. They are counting on you to make the holiday gatherings, despite having been recently arrested. You are not alone in this quest, Acton Bail Bond Store will help you get the…

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

That is a very good question that no one will ever have an answer to, and unfortunately, there is no way to prevent bad things happening to good people. Sometimes they are just in the wrong place at the wrong time, and get caught in the middle of something. Sometimes they are trying to do…

Protect Your Right To Vote and Bail!

As you are well aware, the presidential election is just days away. We urge all everyone to vote, including loved ones who recently completed parole after getting out of prison. It helps that your loved one’s voting rights are automatically restored upon completion of parole, so no further action is required on their part. Unfortunately,…

How Can I Reduce My Bail?

Simply put, there really is no way you can reduce your bail once the judge has declared it. You can ask that the judge to reconsider, but in all likelihood, that bail amount will remain the same. The judge had already taken these facts into consideration: The crime that was committed Whether or not you…