Being arrested is a stressful and frightening situation. For those who left to deal with the aftermath, including arranging bail, the situation can also be stressful and difficult. Luckily, you are not alone. California Bail Bonds Servicesoffers the help of our friendly staff who are happy to walk you through every...

Weapons of any sort are prohibited Drugs are prohibited Electronic devices are not to be used in the courtrooms (unless approved by the court) Do not chew gum while testifying Stand up straight and speak clearly Pay attention to any instruction given by the employees of the court and the...

You are innocent until proven guilty You are entitled to a fair and speedy trial You are entitled to make a phone call after being arrested You are entitled to know what you are being charged with You are entitled to an attorney or a public defender You are entitled...

When someone is arrested on a bailable offense and bail is set, the defendant can forfeit his/her right to see a judge within 72 hours of arrest (weekends and holidays excluded) and bail out. This is done most commonly using one of two methods: The defendant or...

The defendant is charged with a crime by the arresting agency. The District Attorney reviews the case and makes a decision whether or not to file charges. If the District Attorney does not file charges, the case is dismissed. If however, the District Attorney does file charges, there...