Los Angeles Jail

May 17, 2012 by  
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The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department operates the largest jail system in the United states. The Los Angeles County Jail offers short-term incarceration services for all of the County (including cities like Los Angeles, Glendale, Burbank, and Long Seaside which have their own police departments). The Men’s Central Jail (MCJ) and Twin Towers Correctional Facility [...]

Defendants Have a Right to Bail

March 8, 2012 by  
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A defendant held in any jail in California has a right to bail under current law unless there is sufficient evidence or reason not to grant the bail. Any person charged or accused of committing a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Because of this, any person charged with [...]

Tri-Cities Bandit Now Linked to Nine Bank Robberies

The FBI and law enforcement in various cities are seeking the public’s assistance with information leading to the identity of the Tri-Cities Bandit, an unidentified male robber previously wanted for three bank robberies, but now linked to at least nine, in Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties. The bandit is described as an Hispanic male [...]

Bail Bonds for Carmageddon Riders and Runners

As 7pm Friday, July 15th closed upon us Angelino’s, it seemed we were all scrambling to get our errands done and schedules completed to thwart the surmise of Carmageddon. 7pm came and the 405 was shut down, crews quickly entered the freeway and started with their tasks. The strangest things happened next. People listened. That’s [...]

Is Facebook Causing Deaths and More?

June 21, 2011 by  
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More and more stories are popping up in the headlines where children are dying because the mother’s are too involved in Facebook, its applications, and games and where the social media giant is also an avenue for other types of crimes and publicity stunts. Story 1: A 30 year old woman admitted to police that [...]

Two Families Fight at 30,000 Feet

June 15, 2011 by  
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It started as a birthday celebration for a 46 year old woman, her husband and her father. The three of them boarded the Virgin flight from Gatwick to Barbados. As we all know, Virgin flights have free cocktails for the passengers. The three passengers were celebrating loudly when a Danish family that was sitting behind [...]

10 Great Ways to Help Japan

March 31, 2011 by  
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All the amazing pictures of the Japan disaster have been posted all over the internet. Some of media have gotten creative and made these sliding Google images of before and after pictures of the devastation. All the contributors here at Los Angeles Bail Bonds Community would like to write a different, quick article that might [...]

Freedom to Success- 5 Steps for Lohan

After a tumultuous four years, Lindsay Lohan is out and free to do as she pleases. Well, not completely free. She is on probation, which means she can only live life to the fullest minus alcohol, drugs, and other rules set by the judge. After a few Beverly Hills Bail Bonds ranging from $50,000 to $200,000 her [...]

How Do Bail Bonds Work in Ventura, CA?

Pretty much how they work in all the cities in California, but let’s talk a little bit more about Ventura Bail Bonds. Say you’re heading down Main Street in Ventura and you get pulled over by the local Sheriff. You’ve been drinking and the officer know’s it. He get’s you out of the car, does [...]

Van Nuys Bail Bonds for Medicare Scammers

Hopefully you haven’t visited the phantom health clinic at 15904 Strathern St. in Van Nuys, CA. If you had or even resided there, you’re probably in line for some Van Nuys Bail Bonds. Several Van Nuys residents were among a huge Medicare Sting performed by the FBI, Los Angeles Police Department, IRS, Burbank Police Department, [...]

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