1. Bail Bonds in Muskegon and Skipping Court

    There are probably very few people out there who would deliberately miss a court date, the consequences are just too steep. There are some people who have a habit of being irresponsible and selfish and may wind up missing a court date just because they don't take these things very seriously. They are more than happy to call 1st Assured Bail Bonds in Muskegon when they need help, but fail to follow…Read More

  2. Your Grand Rapids Bail Bond Agent Suggests You Get a Lawyer

    What is the first thing you do when you get arrested in Grand Rapids? You call your bail bonds agent. What is the first thing you do when your bail bondsman gets you out of jail? You call and hire an attorney. If you are facing criminal charges, you might consider attempting to deal with the matter on your own, maybe have a friend or a parent help. This might be your first time being charged with …Read More

  3. Bail Bonds in Muskegon and Careers in Law

    Right after an arrest, the first person you are likely to call is a bail bonds agent in Muskegon, the second person you will call is an attorney. This is because while the person most able to get you out of jail as soon as possible is a bail bondsman, the person who will be representing you and helping you through your court ordeal is an attorney. How would it feel to have a job where people not …Read More

  4. Bail Bondsman Grand Rapids and Boredom

    If you don't call your bail bondsman in Grand Rapids when you get arrested, you could wind up spending some time in jail. When you spend time in jail, you have plenty of time to do absolutely nothing. When there is nothing to do, there is a good chance that you will get bored. When you get bored, you come to the conclusion that calling a bondsman is a good idea. But if you still don't get it and …Read More

  5. Your Grand Rapids Bondsman and a DUI Conviction

    The Majority of people are well aware of the immediate effects of a conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol. A DUI could result in a suspended driver's license, fines, drug or alcohol classes, the installation of a monitoring unit, probation or even jail time. And if this isn't bad enough, most people fail to consider the long-term effects of a DUI. If you are ever arrested for drivi…Read More

  6. Man stabs himself in neck and chest outside Frankenmuth Water Park

    A 39-year-old Oakland County man stabbed himself multiple times in the neck and chest when police attempted to arrest him Tuesday afternoon, June 6, in the parking lot of an indoor water park in Frankenmuth. The man was eventually taken into custody and hospitalized. Information on the extent of his injuries is not available at this time, said Frankenmuth Police Chief Don Mawer. About 3 p.m. Tues…Read More

  7. Grandmother caught after stabbing that killed 1-year-old girl

    A Southern California grandmother accused of a stabbing attack that killed a 1-year-old girl and wounded two other relatives is now in custody after a search that stretched on for hours, police announced Tuesday. Nicole Darrington-Clark, 43, was the suspect in Monday's attack that left her 1-year-old granddaughter dead and critically injured her daughter and 5-year-old granddaughter in Colton, abo…Read More

  8. Angry man dumps out 100 live bed bugs in city offices

    A man, apparently upset that he didn't qualify for assistance while dealing with a bedbug situation at his apartment, slammed down a cup full of 100 live bedbugs inside a city office. The bugs jumped on at least one employee at Maine's Augusta City Center during the incident last Friday, according to centralmaine.com. The city offices had to be closed for the day and fumigated. Bedbug-sniffing dog…Read More

  9. Poker player grabs cash, leads police on chase

    Authorities say a poker player who grabbed cash and fled from a Michigan casino was arrested after a freeway chase that reached speeds of nearly 100 mph. The man was arrested Thursday night in Berrien County in southwestern Michigan following the theft earlier in the night at FireKeepers Casino near Battle Creek. Tribal police from the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi pursued him onto eas…Read More

  10. Lets go to Bat for Kids returns to help at-risk kids on June 15th

    For the 30th consecutive year, a team of priests from the Diocese of Grand Rapids will face off in a charity softball game against local media personalities at Fifth Third Ballpark on Thursday, June 15. Admission is free and families are encouraged to bring their children to enjoy the fun, which will include many activities at the ballpark for the kids. (Each vehicle will be charged a $7 parking f…Read More