23 Nov Understanding The Statute Of Limitations
A statute of limitations refers to the time period in which a person can be charged with a crime they committed. This period of time may start either the moment the crime was committed or when it was discovered that this crime was committed. Statute of limitations will be different according to different crimes, situations, and states.
If your loved one is arrested for a crime that was committed 2 years ago (for example), it doesn’t mean he or she cannot post bail. They likely will be offered bail, unless the crime they committed was very serious and/ or they are considered a huge flight risk or danger to the public. When bail is offered, it is in your loved ones very best interest to post bail.
Willowbrook Bail Bond Store Services can help ease the cost of bail by charging only 10-15% of the full bail amount. Note though that this 10-15% fee is not refundable, though our low monthly rate payment plans are much easier on the bank than one massive payment which is fully refundable (paying bail directly to the court). Another advantage of using a bail bond is that there is zero down, meaning your loved one will be freed before the first payment. When paying bail directly to the court, the entire amount must be paid before your loved one can get out.
Make an appointment with Willowbrook Bail Bond Store Services today!