Having served the Ventura and Santa Barbara areas for over 25 years combined,
101 Bail Bonds has seen numerous trends in terms of crimes and arrests.
However, one trend has held relatively constant: two of the most common
charges we issue bail bonds for are domestic violence and DUI accusations.
Our mission is to help clients become informed about the charges they
are facing and learn what to expect on the road ahead. Let’s take
a closer look at each of these crimes.
Domestic violence charges are taken extremely seriously by both family
law and criminal defense courts. Most often, these charges are given in
situations where someone allegedly abuses their spouse, parent, child,
sibling, partner, roommate, or other relation. When police are called
to the scene of alleged abuse, they are required to make arrests if injuries
are present, no matter what. This means you will spend at least some time
behind bars until you or a loved one can post bail.
Being accused of domestic violence can also have a permanent impact on
any child custody, visitation, or other divorce issues you’re currently
going through. It’s not uncommon for those convicted of domestic
violence to lose custody of their children and have their visitation heavily
restricted, or even cut off entirely. For this reason, it’s imperative
that you post bail and immediately contact a lawyer who can help you with
your criminal charges, especially if you are not guilty and the alleged
victim has made a false claim against you (something that sadly happens
far too frequently).
Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol remains one of the most
common crimes not just here in California, but all across the country.
DUI charges are extremely difficult to navigate without a lawyer on your
side, and to make matters worse, you don’t have a lot of time to
act; you have just 10 days to schedule an administrative hearing with
the DMV in order to prevent your drivers’ license from being automatically
When you are arrested, you are required to submit to a blood or breath
test to determine your blood alcohol content level. This will then be
used as evidence in your case. However, law enforcement are not always
accurate with their testing, and there are a number of factors that could
possibly negate this evidence against you. It’s strongly advised
you speak with a DUI attorney as soon as possible.
101 Bail Bonds, we understand the importance of getting out of jail and getting back
to your family. We have more than 25 years of combined experience, and
are available to help get you out of jail 24 hours a day. We know the
jail and judicial systems throughout California, and can work quickly
to guide you through the book and release process with individually-tailored
advice. We adhere with all laws, rules, and regulations in order to make
the process as stress and headache-free for you and your loved ones.
If you need help with posting bail or the bail process, call the Ventura
bail bonds professionals at
101 Bail Bonds today by dialing 805.330.6222.