Month: August 2014

LA Times Comments on California Prison Reform

in News The prison population in California has been in crisis for some time, but overcrowding is once again in the news, thanks to an expose by the Los Angeles Times. The Times has reported that the 2010 plan to relieve overcrowding has backfired on the backs of the state budget and the county jail systems. Inmates… Read More

Bail Bonds: A Beginner’s Guide

in Bail Bonds If someone should ever find themselves in need of bail, they may discover that the process can get quite confusing. There are many aspects of the bail process that should be fully understood before someone sets out to find a bail bonds agent. Here is a quick guide to bail bonds for beginners. ... Read More

What is an Arrest Warrant?

in Laws An arrest warrant is an official document signed by a judge that gives a law enforcement official the right to arrest someone who is suspected of committing a crime. The suspected criminal is put in jail with the intention of holding him or her until the trial date. Anyone who has been issued an arrest… Read More

Crime Statistics of Sacramento, CA

in Crime Statistics The sixth-largest city in California with about half a million residents, Crime Statistics of Sacramento is the state capital and is located at the northern end of the Central Valley. A growing community, Sacramento naturally experiences its share of criminal activity during the course of any given year. ... Read More