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How long can the police hold a person without charging them? In many states, the police have a 72 hour window. In California, the police are allowed 48 hours to hold or detain a person without charges being made. After 48 hours, if no charges are...

As the weather begins to warm up again here in Southern California, we would like to remind parents that convenience is not always the better option, especially when it comes to your kids. It could be the line that defines whether you are a good...

Paying a parking ticket a few days late is one thing, but it is another thing to let a bunch of unpaid parking and traffic violation tickets stack up. If you think the DMV and parking enforcement forgot about your unpaid, overdue parking ticket, you...

There are many times the police would need a search warrant to go through a person’s belongings or property, but there are also times where a search and seizure warrant is not needed. This includes: The individual voluntarily consents to a search. Inspection searches like...

Jaywalking refers to a pedestrian who violates traffic regulations and crosses the street when it is not their right of way, like when the hand signal is on display for them, but they dash across the street anyway because there are no cars. The term...

If you are ever arrested, rearranging your travel plans will be one of the many things you may need to take care of as soon as possible. We realize that you will have many things to take care of and organize at this point. Prioritizing...

Just like getting an "F" in high school did not stop you from graduating, an arrest is not going to stop you from your future endeavors, it will just put them on a momentary pause. The best way to face an arrest and trial is to...

Carpool lanes in California are reserved for drivers who have at least 1 extra passenger in their vehicle. These lanes were created to relieve some traffic congestion. Often times, you will see the traffic in the carpool lane, or the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane going...

Although we hope you never have to use your savings fund for bail bond payments, it is still critical to have a savings fund to begin with. The purpose of this fund is certainly for future, desired large purchases and investments like homes, cars, travel,...

If you ever had to bail yourself or a loved one out of jail, you know how expensive it can be. It can be a few thousand for the less serious crimes, but for more serious crimes and repeat offenders, bail can be tens of...

Spring is here, so why don’t you spring your loved one out of jail with a bail bond? Understandably, it takes more time for your loved one to post bail without the help of loved ones. After all, they would have to get all of...