What Not to do When You Are Getting a Bail Bond

When you apply for a bail bond, you want to make sure that all the information you have is 100% correct and accurate. You want to have all of this information ready. If something is missing or you have the wrong info, it can prolong the bail bond process, or it can jeopardize your freedom…

Where Are Our Sanctuary Cities?

Though there is no formal legal definition of a “sanctuary city,” the United States is made up of about 300 cities, towns, and counties that call themselves one. These sanctuary cities call themselves so because they have vowed to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. They do this by not questioning a person’s immigraion status, by…

Are You Sure You Want to Post That Online?

Employers are not the only people you should be worried about when you think, “I shouldn’t post that on social media.” These days, friends, family, police officers, activists groups, and even the general public need to be taken into consideration. Everyone is on social media and you never know whose hands your content can end…

Support Starts With You

The best thing you can do for a loved one when they are in trouble is to help them, not abandon them. Even if you do not know exactly how you are going to help, offer your support and you will be able to figure it out one step at a time. We can tell…

R-E-S-P-E-C-T!

You may not have to like the police, but you sure as heck better respect them. They have tough jobs and hold quite a bit of authority and power. One wrong move can cause them to think twice about you. Don’t want trouble with the police? Just respect them. Part of respecting police includes knowing…

Use Your Tax Return To Get Ahead On Bail Bond Payments

From canceling your Netflix subscription to cutting back on dinner outings, when it comes to your budget, you may have thought you had it all figured out, even your upcoming bail bond payments. But, did you ever think about that tax refund you’re expecting to get anytime now? Having to pay for a bail bond…

Yes You Can Pay For Someone Else’s Bail Bond With Your Tax Return

Although the IRS will issue your tax return made to your name, you can absolutely use this money towards a bail bond payment for another person. Your tax return is really money that was originally yours – you had overpaid taxes during the year so now the IRS is finally returning that money to you.…

Your Tax Refund Can Be Used To Pay Someone Else’s Bail Bond

Agreeing to help pay for a loved one’s bail bond payments is a huge responsibility, whether you’re paying only a portion or the whole thing. Not only do you have their freedom on the line, you also have your own life to look after, financially. A few points you might want to consider: Can you…