201904.22

Petit Larceny and Grand Larceny: What Are The Differences?

Not all acts of theft are charged the same way in the state of California. Petty theft charges in California prosecute theft of someone’s property or money and have a wide variety of guidelines and punishments to deter this theft. These laws include both smaller and larger forms of larceny. Knowing the difference between both…

201904.10

Miranda Rights When Arrested in California

Individuals arrested in the state of California often have to go through an arduous process. They have to go through booking and potentially a period in jail. These individuals do not always consider the importance of hearing and receiving their Miranda Rights. Miranda Rights are some of the most fundamental in the entire criminal justice…

201902.07

Difference Between a Bail Bond and a Surety Bond

The greatest desire most people have after getting arrested is to regain their freedom as soon as possible. In most cases, the criminal justice system requires that bail be posted to release a person from jail. Whoever posts bail is entering into a bail bond obligation and needs to understand what the options are.

201902.04

What is Trespassing? Understand Fundamentals

While the simple, dictionary definition of “trespassing” is entering another’s private property without express permission, criminal trespassing involves other factors. The type of criminal charge/penalty for trespassing on private property can vary wildly, however. Here are important facts to know about criminal trespassing and trespassing penalties. The intent to damage, or even interfere with the…

201812.11

How to Choose a Bail Bond Company in Los Angeles

When the time comes to seek out a bail bondsman, there is usually a lot of stress. Something has happened that necessitates the need to address bail charges Los Angeles County typically administers for having been accused of breaking the law. The amount can range up to $100,000 or more with respect to the varying…

201809.04

How to avoid an Arrest Warrant in California

Based on California law, a law enforcement officer has the right to arrest you for committing crimes with or without warrants. For those arrested without a warrant, this usually happens because the individual committed a crime right in front of them.

201806.11

How to Clear a Bench Warrant in California

If you have a bench warrant in California, it means that you failed to either appear for, pay or present something important. Bench warrants & arrest warrants are slightly different in that bench warrants may not involve a crime. You may have missed a court date that required your presence.