Frank Calabrettas Bailhouse Bail Bonds

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Frank Calabrettas Bailhouse Bail Bonds

Call us anytime 24/7 & 365

(916) 782-7048

Insurance Bail License #1570093

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AVAILABLE 24/7 – EVEN HOLIDAYS!

CALL FRANK CALABRETTA’S
BAIL HOUSE

(916) 782-7048

AVAILABLE 24/7 – EVEN HOLIDAYS!

CALL FRANK CALABRETTA’S
BAIL HOUSE

(916) 782-7048

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History of a Bail Bond

The bail system in the United States evolved out of a system developed in England around the Middle Ages. The English Parliament passed the Habeas Corpus Act in 1677, among other things it established that magistrates would set terms for bail.

In 1689 the English Bill of Rights declared restrictions against excessive bail. The Virginia State Constitution and the Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution were inspired by the 1689 English Bill of Rights.

Our 6th Amendment states that all people under arrest must be “informed of the nature and cause of the accusation” they face. It also allows the arrested person to demand bail if they are accused of a bail-able offense.

American Bail Law

American bail law comes from legislation. The Judiciary Act of 1789 stated that all noncapital offenses or those offenses that do not carry the death penalty are bail-able. In some cases, capital offenses were bail-able at the discretion of the judge.

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Bail Reform Act of 1966

From 1789 to 1966 bail law in the United States remained largely unchanged. In 1966 the U.S. Congress passed the Bail Reform Act which allowed for the release of defendants with a small as possible financial burden.

President Lyndon Johnson gave a speech that contained instances of how the past bail system had hurt innocent people in the past and proceeded to sign the bill. The bail system of the United States was changed to stop bias against largely poor or uneducated people filling jails while they should’ve been out on bail.

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Bail Reform Act of 1984

In 1984 the next major revision to the United States Bail Law came with the Bail Reform Act of 1984, which replaced the Bail Reform Act of 1966. One of the problems with the 1966 Bail Reform Act was that it allowed many dangerous suspects to receive bail as long as they weren’t considered a flight risk.

The 1984 reformed law states that defendants should be held until trial if they are judged to be a danger to the community. It also established categories of defendants who could be held without bail. These defendants are those who have been charged with serious crimes or are repeat offenders, possibly dangerous, and those who may be a flight risk. The last piece of the Bail Reform Act of 1984 was that anyone who was eligible for bail had to have a bail hearing.

Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds provides 24-hour nationwide bail services.
Should you have any questions regarding how bail bonds work, don’t hesitate to contact us at any time at (916) 782-7048.

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Bail Friends or Relatives Out of Placer, Sacramento, El Dorado, or Nevada County Jails

As the oldest bail bond agency in Placer County for over 40 years, Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds has a well-earned reputation of providing honest, confidential bail bond services to customers seeking the quick release of a friend or loved one from jail. Call the Roseville bail bonds experts when you or a loved one needs to be bailed out of jail.

Located directly across from the Placer County Jail in Auburn, Frank S. Calabretta’s Bail House Bail Bonds is available 24-hours a day, every day of the year, by calling (916) 782-7048. We value and respect every one of our customers, guiding them through each step of the bail bonds process, for a quick release and positive outcome.

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“These people are the best. Frank has been such a support to this community and folks around him. Melissa has such compassion. This team just can’t be beat!”
— Robin D.

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Please send all bail bonds Roseville, CA correspondence to Frank S. Calabretta's Bail House Bail Bonds, 11410 Atwood Road, Auburn, CA, 95603