Getting arrested can be an ordeal. If you’re unaware of your rights, the situation can become even more distressing. The best way to prevent the situation from escalating is to know all your rights. This will also help you get out of the problem promptly.
By the end of 2019, there were about 152 prisoners for every 100,000 persons worldwide. Continue reading
By the end of 2019, there were about 11.7 million people incarcerated globally. Continue reading
Did you recently get bailed out of jail? Getting arrested may seem like the end of the world but the reforms in bail policies have made it easier for defendants to resume their normal lives and live comfortably until the trial. Continue reading
Most people are unaware of criminal case proceedings and the bail system until they’re faced with it in real life. It’s very important to have knowledge of the bail system and bonds, to adequately manage the situation in case you or someone in your life gets arrested. Continue reading
If you want to release a friend from jail, your best bet would be to post bail. This is, however, a legal procedure, and you need to learn the rules of a bail bond before you bail them out. Continue reading
Criminal offenses can be primarily classified into three major types; felonies, misdemeanors, and infractions. The punishments, charges, and penalties for each of these categories are different. The seriousness of a case relies heavily on whether it’s an infraction, misdemeanor, or a felony.
In this blog, we’ll discuss the difference between infractions and misdemeanors. Continue reading
Bail is the monetary guarantee of the accused, ensuring that they will attend court hearings after their release. However, they’re not permanently released, the final decision of their sentence or freedom relies mostly on the court’s ability to schedule the trial. Continue reading
The prospect of getting arrested again while you’re already on probation is quite daunting. It may cause serious financial and legal issues for the accused. Continue reading