Lucky Bail Bonds

Lucky Bail Bonds
Lucky Bail Bonds is listed in the Bail Bonds category in Fresno, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Lucky Bail Bonds which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Lucky Bail Bonds on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for Lucky Bail Bonds is:
1243 Van Ness Ave
Fresno, CA 93721
(559) 268-4646
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Lucky Bail Bonds shared AIA Surety's post.
Read the new op-ed piece written by Eric Granof for the Crime Report. Eric discusses the true cost of bail reform and shares important insights from Dr. Robert Morris' study out of the Univeristy of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Morris' study showed that everytime a defendant fails to appear for trial ther...

Lucky Bail Bonds shared AIA Surety's post.
If you live in California, please click on the link below and scroll down to sign the petition to tell our legislators to vote NO on SB 10 and AB 42. Both of these bills will allow for the release of criminal defendants from jail using your tax dollars to do so. Both of these bills will ignore the essential rights of crime victims and will absolutely make our communities less safe. Public opinion polls show that over 70% of Californians are against Bail Reform, yet our legislators want to still move these bills forward. It's time to let them know that we don't need their dangerous reforms. Thank you for your support.
As California lawmakers consider Senate Bill 10, Bail: Pretrial Release, many are warning of dire consequences if the bill is passes – including cost, accountability,...

Lucky Bail Bonds shared AIA Surety's photo.
California Bail Reform...and the survey says...ABSOLUTELY NOT! When Californians were surveyed about criminal justice reform and were asked to choose what they felt was the most important issue from a list of 10, guess how many selected "the use of money in the bail system?" ZERO!!!! Maybe it's time our lawmakers start focusing their attention on issues that the public is concerned about...because the commercial bail industry isn't one of those issues. What do you think? Check out the results below.

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By Marc Debbaudt And now they come after bail. Those opposed to incarceration as the primary tool which ensures public safety have been on a roll the last few years.  First came “realignment,…

Lucky Bail Bonds shared American Bail Coalition's post.
Another good story on bail reform in CA
Lawmakers in Sacramento are considering a bill that would reform the bail system.