You Have the Right to Post Bail
The American Constitution was established to insure the rights of all people, so that no body of Government or unjust authority could impinge on your freedoms. That being said if a law of the land is allegedly broken, the law enforcement authority, will step in to prevent you from causing further harm to yourself or others.
Even once you have been arrested, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. As a result, the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution provides you with the right to bail. This comes in the form of paying a monetary deposit to the courts, to secure that you will return to stand trial and attend all relevant court proceedings.
Most bail agreements also require a cosigner. This is someone who will attest to your location, and be aware of your well-being during the course of the legal process.
If you or a loved one has recently been arrested and charged and you would like help posting bail, you should call Breaking Bad Bail Bonds at 888-767-8224 to schedule a meeting. We look forward to helping you mount a vigorous defense.