Bail Bond Broker 411
Going to jail for the first time is difficult - especially if you come from a very conservative background and have not had a chance to meet anybody who has been incarcerated before.
About Bail Bond Broker 411
Going to jail for the first time is difficult – especially if you come from a very conservative background and have not had a chance to meet anybody who has been incarcerated before.
What Exactly is a Bail Bond ?
A bail bond is a type of surety offered to a court of law. It is offered as a type of insurance that states that if you are released from jail you will willfully return on the assigned date of your court hearing. If you do not return, all moneys will not be refunded and a warrant will be issued for the alleged criminal’s arrest.
Why Does the Court System Allow This ?
They allow this because of the original topic of discussion; “Innocent until proven guilty in a court of law”. Because our justice systems assumes innocence until convicted in court they need to offer some type of option to let you out of jail until your hearing. Occasionally, a judge may deny a person bail because they are an extreme risk. This typically happens with repeat offenders who have a history of not showing up to court when they are supposed to.
What Are My Right?
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
The general rule: An officer may stop and automobile if an officer possesses a reasonable and articulable suspicion that the motorist has violated a traffic law. Once the vehicle has pulled to the side of the road, the Fourth Amendment permits the officer to search the vehicle’s interior by looking through the windows; This is the “plain view” or “plain sight” rule that has developed in case law and is part of the “automobile exception” to the warrant requirement of the 4th Amendment.
Everybody Makes Mistakes
Going to jail for the first time is difficult – especially if you come from a very conservative background and have not had a chance to meet anybody who has been incarcerated before. My goal is to share a little information about the process of incarceration so first-timers can know what to expect.
If this is the first time you have been to jail you probably feel like you have made a bigger mistake than anybody else in the world, or that you are one of the few unlucky ones who actually got caught. Don’t worry, this isn’t true – in fact, chances are that you have known a person who has been to jail at some point in their life. Going to jail is not something that people typically brag about and it is surprisingly easy to keep a secret. Everybody has made a big mistake at some point in their lives and just as most people learn to overcome these mistakes in judgement, you will one day come out of this experience a better person.