You had a few too many drinks after work one night. Instead of being smart and taking a cab or Uber home, you decide to drive. Bad idea — you see the police car lights in your rearview mirror. You soon find yourself in the back of that same police car. Now come the questions: […]Read More
Posted May 16th, 2017 by bhuertas.
Last week, we discussed which type of lawyer is best for your situation — a public defender or a private attorney. Now that you have an idea of who you want representing you, now you have to decide which is better for you: trial by jury or a bench trial? Let’s examine each option closely. […]Read More
Ok, you admit it. What you did was stupid. And now you’re sitting in a jail cell, waiting to be arraigned on criminal charges. Should you plead guilty? Not guilty? What you need is an attorney to help you with your case. But should hire someone or ask for a public defender? Is there a difference? […]Read More
You find out that you are charged with a crime and there’s an arrest warrant out for you. This means the police will be coming to arrest you at any moment. You’re scared and not sure how to act. What should you do? Being arrested can be a scary experience, especially if you’re not sure […]Read More
There’s a knock on your door. When you open it, you find the police standing there. They want to question you for a crime you allegedly committed. You answer the questions as honestly as you can. Then next thing you know, the police are slapping the handcuffs on you and putting you in the back […]Read More
If you are arrested and are charged with a crime, it’s important to know your rights as a prisoner. You have the same rights as all American citizens under the Constitution and you should know if the treatment you or a loved one in prison is receiving is legal. Here are a few basic prisoner […]Read More
It’s a terrible feeling — having someone that you loved locked away in prison. The criminal case could take months — even if you bail them out, there is still the thought of your loved one going to prison. You’re worried about your loved one’s safety. You’re anxious about the future. You’re even a little […]Read More
Posted April 4th, 2017 by bhuertas.
Categories: Bail Bonds.
Let’s say you were arrested for a minor offense. You were arraigned and are currently out on a bail bond. But an emergency arises — you learn that your elderly father, who lives in Florida, is deathly ill. You’re not really sure how much longer he has to live, your sister says he can go […]Read More
Posted March 28th, 2017 by bhuertas.
Categories: Bail Bonds.
You never really thought about it before. You and family have never been in trouble with the police. As far as you know, everyone you love follows the letter of the law. And then comes the call in the wee hours of the morning. Your youngest daughter has been arrested for underage drinking. She’s crying […]Read More
You’ve never been arrested before. It’s quite frightening and you know that you won’t be able to pay for a bail bond. You plead your case to the court during your arraignment. The judge the releases you on an unsecured bail bond. What does that mean? Does it differ from other types of bonds? Being […]Read More
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