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Acton Bail Bond Store Will Not Judge

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Unlike other bail bond companies, Acton Bail Bond Store in California does not judge, and does not try to teach you a lesson. So if you were arrested, we are not going to ask why and make thatbe the deciding point to whether or not we will give you a bail bond. We only ask because it will help us determine how much the bail bond will cost.

We see a person who is in need of a bail bond to get out of jail and return home to a supportive and loving environment. We see that and we will certainly work for you to get you out of jail, no problem at all.

Connect with an Acton Bail Bond Store team member anytime online or at 661-272-0151 to get the affordable bail bond you deserve.

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You Can Vote While Out On Bail

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American’s are getting pretty antsy now as the 2016 Presidential election draws nearer and nearer. Vote-by-mail instructions have already started going out to many, an indication that voting will happen in no time! There are certain requirements to be eligible to vote, the obvious being at least 18 years of age, actively registered to vote, and a U.S. citizen. However, there are a couple of lesser known restrictions because they do not affect everyone.

    1. If a court finds a person to be mentally incompetent, they may not vote.
    2. If a person is currently in jail or on parole at the time of the election, they may not vote...

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Bye Bye, Vacation – Bail Comes First

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Spring is springing and that means travelers are traveling! All kinds of destinations are calling our names, but sometimes, travel plansare rudely interrupted. An untimely arrest befalls a person and suddenly, they have to craft their immediate future around this legal case.

Now, some people who bail out of jail will be allowed to travel. They may have certain geographical restrictions as to where they can and cannot go. They will definitely have time restrictions – no matter what, they have to show up for their court dates. That may mean cutting the trip short or canceling it altogether.

Some people will not be allowed to travel at all while out on bail.

Your vacation, which was once a priority, now comes second to this criminal case. Missing court will hinder the defendant...

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Expunging Vs. Sealing A Criminal Record

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Having a criminal record can be haunting, especially for a person who is generally a good and honest person. And we know that employers and banks (and others) are able to access arrest and conviction records during criminal background checks. Is it possible to have any information on a criminal record sealed, so that in the future, it won’t show up during a criminal background check? After all, it was years ago, a minor issue, and that person has been on very good behavior since.

Well, it is possible and there are two ways to do this: expunging or sealing the record.


    Sealing a record means that it can no longer be accessed by normal means. So employers, for example, who are running a background check on you, will not see any records that have been sealed...
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The Evolution of Bail

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When judges set a specific amount of money a defendant, or anyone on their behalf, must pay to the court to be released from jail, this is known as bail. This concept in the justice system has evolved over centuries and has quite the history.

Bail first began through the common laws of medieval England. The defendant would be relinquished from jail to a friend or relative (known as a surety) who would ensure the defendant appeared in court, instead of sitting in jail for many months. If the defendant failed to go to court, the surety would be punished and there was little protection and rights for the surety to prevent this compromising situation. Later on courts adopted the method of monetary bail payment to replace the concept of risking the relative or friend. The U.S...

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Acton Bail Bond Store Offers The Best And The Most

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    24/7 service and availability anywhere in California
    ● Numerous offices throughout California
    ● Personalized, affordable, low monthly rate payment plans
    ● Cash, credit and debit, checks are accepted
    ● Easy, convenient, and secure online payment system
    ● Licensed, professional, friendly, and understanding bail bond agents
    ● Secure online chat and hotline assistance
    ● Prompt and courteous service
    ● Nearly 30 years of leading industry experience
    Discounts available for qualifying individuals
    ● Bilingual agents available for easiest and most comfortable communication
    ● Various collateral accepted

For nearly 30 years, Acton Bail Bond Store has been one of the most successful bail bond companies in California...

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Bail Is Not Tax Deductible, Sorry

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Although it might seem tax deductible because it’s a payment going to the government, bail is not tax deductible. Bail is a guarantee (like a bribe, essentially) to get a defendant to appear in court for a crime they are accused of committing. As long as the defendant is compliant with this and his or her other bail release terms and conditions, they they will get their bail money refunded back to them.

In the case that they choose to bail out of jail using a third party bail bond agency, then they will be losing a little bit of money, in the longer run. The defendant pays the bail bond agency 10-15% of their full bail amount and the bail bond agency will then cover the remainder of the price for the time being. The defendant will need to go to court and respect release conditions ju...

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Brighten A Day By Bailing Out

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Just like Spring presents brighter, happier days, you too can brighten a loved one’s future, by helping them bail out of jail. Jail is not pleasant; it’s dirty, dark, and uncomfortable. It’s miserable and sometimes cold. There is no sign of light (figuratively) and nothing happy about it.

You can change that for your loved one as quickly as possible by contacting Acton Bail Bond Store. Perhaps the reason your loved one is still in jail is because he or she cannot afford to pay for bail by him or herself. But with your help, and maybe even the help of others, a bail bond is not out of the question.

Get your loved one out of jail and back home where they can be surrounded by family and friends, where they can be distracted with work and focus on being a good person...

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

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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. Can you afford a bail bond? Do you have a strong relationship with your loved one? Do you expect them to pay you back, and if so, do you believe they are good for it?

If you are paying for a loved one’s bail bond, then we do hope you have an excellent relationship for the defendant. You are providing them with a great amount of support and no one wants to see them disappoint you.

Regarding finances – you can use your own tax return to pay for their bail bond, there isn’t a problem with that at all. Once your tax return money is in your po...

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No Tax Return Is “Too Small” To Make Towards Bail

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We know that using your tax refund towards a bail bond payment is not how you initially envisioned using this money, but do know that it is a very good idea to consider. Instead of buying yourself new clothes and music, you can get ahead on bail bond payments. Using your tax return for bail gets you one step closer to paying off the entire bail bond! And it’ll make the whole overall situation, trial included, feel a step closer to closing. For a most stressful and tense time, all anyone wants is to get past this as quickly as possible.

If you’re worried that your tax return is “too little” for a bail bond payment, don’t. It may not be enough for an entire payment but at least it’s something...

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