A bail bondsman is, in part, a legal representative of the public. Sacramento Bail Bonds are usually issued to those who do not readily have the financial resources or means to provide bail that allows them to be released from the custody of law enforcement or the jurisdictional corrections facility. Upon a first appearance in a city court, the court is obligated to advise the charged citizen of his or her rights as is the case with law enforcement agency representatives who have all sworn to serve and protect.
|Acme Bail Bonds|
|900 G St #201, Sacramento|
|CA 95814, United States|
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To a degree, qualified men and women working for specialist or private companies like Acme Bail Bonds have also taken an oath to serve and protect. While they most certainly will be serving their clients, they will not be protecting them in the same way that law enforcement officers would be required to do, although it has to be said that particularly under exceptional circumstances, they might well be required to carry (licensed) firearms.
And should they be obligated to make an arrest, it would essentially equate to that of a citizen’s arrest. And having said that, they should not be allowed to stretch the law if you will and will, at the earliest opportunity, leave enforcement matters in the hands of the brave men and women who are employed to enforce and uphold the law. And so it goes that in the meantime, whilst assisting an accused citizen financially, the bail bondsman or woman will also be in a position to advise the hapless or guilty client on he or she is expected to behave in and outside of court.
This usually does not need to go any further than keeping to arranged court dates as well as court decorum.