When you are arrested, something that you should be read are the famous Miranda rights. This is actually a warning that police will give you after you’ve been arrested and you’re in custody. This warning’s purpose will depend on if you’re the officer or suspect. If you’re the suspect, it’s reminding you that you can remain silent per the 5th Amendment and you shouldn’t incriminate yourself. If you’re the officer, it helps with preserving your statement’s admissibility in the criminal proceeding.
It’s late at night. The phone rings. There’s a friend or family member on the other line and they’ve been arrested. They’re scared and in jail. You want to help them. But you’ve never done this before. How does it work? We’ll explain the process below. Continue Reading
Bail bonds are something that a lot of people hear about on the news. When someone is arrested, many times they are released on bail. But how is it that bail bonds work? What is the process? We’re going to look at the process behind bail bonds.
When you are facing being arrested or you are facing jail time, one of the things that you’ll quickly learn is there a lot of legal vocabulary that you will have to learn. Two terms that you are likely to hear are bounty hunter and bail bondsman. Continue Reading
When you or someone that you know has been arrested and they have to post a bond, one of the best ways that you can do it is by finding a bail bondsman or a bond company. Below are seven tips that you can use to find the right one for your situation. Continue Reading
If a friend or family member is in jail in Fort Myers, you need answers fast. The bondsmen at A Way Out Bail Bonds are available to answer any questions you may have about the process for a Lee County bail bond, Fort Myers bail bonds or anywhere else you might need bail bonds in Southwest Florida. If you’ve never worked with a bail agent before or you’d like to learn a little more about how A Way Out Bail Bonds operates, please browse our FAQs to find out. Continue Reading