Blog Category: Bail Bondsman

Choosing a Bail Company

in Bail Bondsman How to choose the right bail bond company in Sacramento Choosing the right bail bond company in Sacramento can be a difficult task, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the process of securing bail. There are many companies to choose from, but not all of them are created equal. To help you make an informed decision,… Read More

 What is a kingpin statute?

in Bail Bondsman, Laws A kingpin is a person who is known to control an extensive network of people. They deal with illegal operations mostly illegal drugs. Prosecution of a drug kingpin is a well-planned infiltration in their drug network by using a snitch within the drug organization. The U.S government made the kingpin statute law back in the… Read More

Pros and Cons of being a Bail Bondsman

in Bail Bondsman   Bail bondsmen have a particularly difficult job. They are a private entity that helps support the massive public justice system. The job involves irregular hours, problematic clients, and a considerable amount of risk. ... Read More

Bail Bondsman Career Guide

in Bail Bondsman The bail bond industry is a peculiar one. Many individuals only see storefronts and hear about the bail bond system from the news. It is often considered to exist outside of most other industries and as a part of the criminal justice system. However, at its heart, it is a financial business. The bail bonds… Read More

Why Choose Espinoza Bail Bonds?

in Bail Bonds, Bail Bondsman When a family member or close friend goes to jail, the remaining loved ones will want to help with the bail bonds process. Unfortunately, most people don't have a lot of experience with the process so it can be overwhelming, confusing and a touch frightening for all parties involved.  Espinoza Bail Bonds is here to… Read More

Extortion & Blackmail

in Bail Bondsman Under the 518 PC Penal Code, California's crime of extortion (also referred to as blackmail) happens when an individual does any of the following: As a public official, they act under the color of their official right to compel another individual to give them money or other types of property Uses threats or force to… Read More