What Are Exonerated Bail Bonds?

The termination of the obligation of bail is known as "exoneration." Once the court case has been resolved, whether the defendant is found innocent or guilty, the person who co-signed the bail bond and/or the bail bondsman are no longer financially responsible for the former defendant's bail and is entitled to receive their deposit back. [...]

Setback in Zero Bail Case

This past Monday, December 11th, a judge in OC declined to issue a preliminary injunction that would have halted Los Angeles County's zero bail initiative. 29 separate cities, as well as several organizations (including SCV Bail Bonds), have petitioned the judge in an effort to correct what is seen as a problematic bail overhaul. If [...]

SCV Bail Bonds – Brandishing a Weapon

Currently, deputies working out of the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station are looking for suspects who are believed to have brandished a firearm during a smash-and-grab theft near Starbucks on Lyons Ave. According to reports, two suspects were witnessed smashing a car window and stealing phones and a laptop from inside. Apparently, one of the suspects [...]

SCV Bail Bonds for Vandalism Charges

Do you know someone who has been arrested and taken into custody on vandalism charges? Vandalism is covered under California Penal Code 594 PC and is described as maliciously damaging, defacing, or destroying another person's property. Vandalism is a crime that's frequently associated with gangs or other young people. However, with such a broad definition, [...]

Valencia Shooting Suspect Arrested

Early in the morning of October 31st, SCV Sheriff's Station deputies were called to a restaurant on Town Ctr. Drive after someone was shot. According to reports, an altercation began inside the Black and Blue Lounge that made its way out into the parking lot. At some point during the incident, one of the people [...]

SCV Bail Bonds for Grand Theft

There are many different types of property crime, most of which have steep penalties. Theft, for example, is typically divided into two parts: grand theft and petty theft. Grand theft, covered under California Penal Code 487 PC, is described as unlawfully taking something that belongs to someone else with a value of $950 or more. [...]

SCV Bail Bonds for Battery

Recently, a suspect was arrested on suspicion of felony battery after a road rage incident that occurred in Valencia. According to reports, two people were involved in a road rage incident during which the suspect punched the victim in the face and then took off. A few days later, police found the suspect driving near [...]

SCV Bail Bonds for Vandalism

Recently, a suspect was arrested on suspicion of several felonies, including possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and vandalism. According to reports, SCV deputies received a call from the Canyon Country Community Center about someone vandalizing one of their walls with spray paint. When the deputies arrived, they saw two separate vandalized [...]

SCV Bail Bonds for Probation Violations

Your right to bail is guaranteed by the 8th Amendment of the US Constitution. As a result, it's possible to obtain an SCV Bail Bond for someone who has been arrested on a probation violation. What Is Probation? Probation is when someone who has been convicted of a crime is released from imprisonment and subject [...]

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