The US constitution makes it mandatory for lawmakers to grant citizens basic rights to life, property, and liberty! If either the federal or the state government fails to provide these rights, they have not been true to their civic duty. Continue reading
It is common to run in an encounter with the police but if you do, be sure to avoid these mistakes so that you don’t get into any trouble.
We’ve all been the right person at the wrong place and time. Bad things can happen to good people. Being arrested is one of these. It’s like a red mark that remains fixed on your school progress report even if you get a dozen As after that. Continue reading
Getting arrested is a scary thought, but being mistreated by the authorities takes it to another level. It’s not only a violation of your personal space and against the law, but it also complicates your case. Most of the time,this is treatment takes place because the police exercise too much control and authority. Continue reading
Before you have signed a bail bond contract, you must understand your role and responsibilities of an indemnitor.
Did you know that the number of Americans who have been incarcerated without a conviction exceeds the total population of many countries? This is because they can’t afford to post bail and pay other legal fees. Continue reading
Bail is not an escape from justice. It’s a temporary pre-trial release during which the defendant is expected to prepare for their court hearing. Bail, as we know it today, is an amount set by the court that the defendant has to pay for temporary release. Continue reading
Individuals get scammed when they’re at their lowest, and emotionally vulnerable. The possibility of being incarcerated is one of those instances. Continue reading
Having a friendly relationship with your neighbor leads to mutual benefits. The two of you can make a joint effort for better security in the area,if you’re heading out for a holiday, you can ask your neighbor to keep a watch for intruders—the list is endless. Neighbors are also great help for emergency situations and times when you need someone to comfort you. Continue reading
According to the US Department of Justice, destroying someone’s property—whether public or private—intentionally is a serious crime. Willful destruction of property—in the form of vandalism—costs property owners a grand total of $15 billion every year! Other than that, it also affects the appearance of your community and keeps people from visiting public places. Continue reading