- Enter your home without your consent if you are home
- Wear a uniform or badge that implies that he or she works as a state agent, federal agent, or a member of law enforcement
- Offer services in or around a jail or courthouse
- Force you to hire a particular Phoenix criminal attorney
So, for example, if you are approached by someone who claims to be a bail agent while you are at the jail or the courthouse following an arrest, you should consider it a serious “red flag” and look elsewhere for a reputable and professional bond agent.
If you have any questions about choosing a Phoenix bail bondsman, or if you need help after a loved one has been arrested in Phoenix, speak with an experienced Phoenix criminal defense attorney today at 1-888-929-5292. We also recommend you request a FREE copy of our informative guide Arizona Criminal Law – What You Must Know. We look forward to working with you to defend your loved one’s rights.