Fourth of July

Fourth of July

We celebrate because it’s the day we declared our independence.
On July 4, 1776, Congress approved the final text of the Declaration, but you might be surprised to know that it wasn’t signed until August 2, 1776. July 4th is a very special day in our history because it was the day our founding members of congress came together and affirmed that the 13 colonies would no longer be ruled by a foreign crown. The grievances stated in the Declaration of Independence are many, and they depict a nation living under tyranny. Due process, and the ability to have a fair and judicial system are paramount in the grievances. False imprisonment, and the inability of a fair trial creates an oppressive system of fear and control.

Our founding members of congress knew that there would be no freedom until we were allowed a fair and impartial judicial system. Today will be filled with barbecues, fireworks, family and friends as we come together to celebrate our nation’s independence. The All Better Bail Bonds family wishes you and yours a fun and safe holiday.

If you have any unfortunate run ins with the law, give us a call. Ensuring you understand and receive fair treatment through the criminal justice system is what we do. At All Better Bail Bonds, your freedom is our profession.