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Bond, James Bond? More Like Bond, Bail Bond

Have you found yourself in jail after doing something James Bond could have gotten away with? It is always a good idea to get a bail bond, even if you are able to pay the bail out of pocket. Another reason is that you aren’t James Bond and therefore you will be forced to face the repercussions of the law. Call A-EZ Out Bail Bonds when you need a get out of jail (almost free) card. 

A Few Times James Bond Should Have Needed A Bail Bond

Throughout the many years of 007 movies, the famous Bond has committed many crimes. He has always escaped the repercussions of the law for these crimes due to the fact he is a special agent. Since the first superdrol James Bond movie came out in 1962, here are a few of Bond’s worst crimes and times that if he were a normal person, he would need help from A-EZ Out Bail Bonds.

Physical Assault

In 2002, James Bond breaks out of a medical facility. In order to break free of the staff’s restraints, he assaults the team of medical professionals with the medical tools around him. 

In 2008, Bond beats 4 of his fellow agents to a pulp in an elevator. They had confiscated his weapons to take him back to London because they thought he killed an undercover agent. While he isn’t responsible for the undercover agent’s death, he is responsible for the injuries of his fellow agents all under the pretense of finishing his mission.

Failure To Properly Dispose Of A Human Body

Next, Bond gets away with not properly disposing of a human body and stealing from the dead. Even worse, the body belongs to his deceased friend. His old friend, a retired agent in the 2008 Quantum of Solace film. Bond empties his friend’s pocket of his wallet and disposes of the body in a nearby dumpster. In this he has committed two serious crimes, both stealing from the dead and improperly disposing of a body.  

Murder Of The Cruelest Kind

It is a common understanding that James Bond must conquer the bad guy, and this defeat often happens through the death of the villain. Of course, any death of this sort would cause you to face the repercussions of the law, but in the case of James Bond he gets a pat on the back and a paycheck like anyone else with a job would. 

In the first Bond movie in 1962, Dr. No, James Bond coldly murderers his villain instead of calling law enforcement. That first kill in 1962 sets the tone for Bond’s actions through years of his law-defying actions.

The worst death of a bad guy takes place in 1989. This one is particularly cruel, even for Bond. In the 1989 film, Bond sets his enemy aflame, leaving him to burn alive. 

Call A-EZ Out Bail Bonds

If you are feeling nostalgic or in need of classic entertainment after getting out of jail, settle down with some popcorn and go back to 1962 with the original James Bond film, Dr. No. just don’t forget you, unlike Bond, are not immune to the repercussions of the law. 

In the event that you are not James Bond and find yourself in need of a bail bond, A-EZ Out Bail Bonds is here to help. Don’t hesitate to call us for help any time of day or night at (214)749-5600.

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