No Valentine in Jail

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Valentine’s Day is approaching. This is a day filled with extra love, not just for significant others, but also for families and friends. Everyone has someone they can say “I love you” to, and in turn, everyone deserves to hear it from another person. If you have a loved one in jail, bail them out so you can hug them and tell them “I love you” this Valentine’s Day.”

Orange County Bail Bond Store can help facilitate their release by providing the bail bond and customized payment plan. In sum, you will be paying 10% of the full bail amount over a certain amount of time. We will work with your financial situation, and create a schedule that works with your budget.

Let us help get your loved one home in time for Valentine’s Day? Jail is not a place where they will feel the Valentine’s spirit. The best place to celebrate the holiday is at home, in your arms. Do not wait another minute, get the bail bond process started today.

Orange County Bail Bond Store can be reached 24/7, both online, and at 714-648-0586.

New Voting Laws in California

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You might have thought the talk of elections and voting had ceased for a while, but January 1, 2017 saw the start of a handful of new voting-related laws in California. Here they are:

  • Californians with low-level felony convictions now have the right to vote. One of the main reasons behind the passing of this new law is the note that many such felons serve their time outside of prison because California prisons are overcrowded.
  • Voters can now mail in their ballots at any county elections office in the state of California, not just the county who issued the ballot, making it easier to vote for many people.
  • Californians may register to vote on Election Day. Previously, registration would close 2 weeks before Election Day. If registering to vote on the day of the election, the voter has a conditional voter registration, meaning it will first be verified that they are eligible to vote before their vote is officially counted.
  • It is no longer illegal to snap a selfie of you and your ballot and then posting it on social media. There was definitely debate on this in the presidential election.

Aside from new voting laws, there are a slew of other new laws in California, including laws regarding guns and employment. Be sure to read up on them, it could help.

New Laws to Prevent Distracted Driving

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We all know that using cell phones while driving is a no-no. It has been illegal for several years now, but since the original bills were put into effect, the intelligence of smartphones has increased. They can access social media, texts, email, video chat, and have better GPS. It is no secret that we rely on our smartphones for practically everything these days, or that we are on our phones all the time. To keep up with smartphones, new laws regarding cell phone use and driving have been put into place this year, which extend on the existing laws.

The new laws are meant to prevent distracted driving and say that the only phone interaction a driver may have is one single swipe or tap. The laws also state that the phones must be properly mounted to the car.

The minimum punishment if caught disobeying laws is a fine. The maximum punishment; accident, injury, or arrest.

If you, or someone you know, are in need of a bail bond after having been arrested for violating any law, contact Huntington Beach Bail Bond Store online, or at 714-648-0586.

New Gun Laws for 2017

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We will not ask what your stance is on guns, gun laws, and gun ownership, but we do ask that you learn about, and comply, with the new gun laws in California. These laws went into effect January 1, 2017:

Gun Loans
Loaning guns to others is mostly illegal now, with the exception of hunting purposes, but still require you to follow the rightful, legal steps. Gun owners may also loan their guns to family members, but only for a limited number of loans. Gun loans must be documented and reported properly.

Assault Weapons
The new law says that semi-automatic, centerfire rifles, and semi-automatic pistols that do not have a fixed magazine may not be purchased or sold. This law does not affect gun owners who had previously, legally purchased such weapons before this law was enacted, though they will need to have it registered. This new law essentially fills in a previously existing loophole to another similar law.

You might already know that California has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the U.S. and new gun laws continue to pile on to this, but for good reason. The goal to increase safety and proper use.

If you, or someone you know, are arrested for violating any gun laws in California, or for misusing a gun, please contact Garden Grove Bail Bond Store if posting bail is an option.

Garden Grove Bail Bond Store can be reached online, or at 714-648-0586.

After the Rain Falls, It Is a Brighter Day

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Similar to how a beautiful rainbow and bright sunny day appears after a gloomy storm, a person will see a happy, successful life again after dealing with an arrest. In the midst of the storm, or the legal process, it might be hard to imagine a positive outcome, but it is there. Do not worry if you cannot picture it yourself, Costa Mesa Bail Bond Store will help you see it for real.

The critical first step toward getting through this tough time is bailing your loved one out of jail. If bail is not posted, they live in jail through their trial, which can be days, weeks, or even months.

Costa Mesa Bail Bond Store will help with the bail bond process by providing a bail bond that costs only 10% of the full bail amount, which is paid in increments even after the defendant is released. There are some contingencies: the 10% is not refundable, the defendant must appear for court appointments, collateral may be required, and a co-signer will be required.

The contingencies are relatively simple and easy to follow, so the bail bond process should not be hard at all, especially with Costa Mesa Bail Bond Store helping you each step of the way. So, let us post bail and take that first step toward getting through this storm to see the next sunny day. Your loved one could see a sunny day when they post bail and are released from jail.

Costa Mesa Bail Bond Store can be reached 24/7 online and at 714-648-0586.

The Future Is Bright after Bail, We Promise

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There is nothing that says if you have a terrible day, everything from there on out will just get worse. So maybe it is a string of bad luck and hard times, but you know what? Everyone experiences this in some way or another, and they get through it. Stressing about your loved one being arrested and having to get them out of jail is something you can manage, and you will not have to do it by yourself.

Anaheim Bail Bond Store is more than available to help assist with the bail bond process. We are available 24/7 and we offer affordable bail bonds with customized payment plans. The total paid will sum up to 10% of the full bail amount. Bail bonds are more commonly used than straight cash bail for the affordability, flexibility, and getting a professional bail agent to assist with the entire process.

So, we understand that it can be hard to see the bright future that comes after this troubled moment, but we promise it is there, and we promise to help you reach it.

Contact Anaheim Bail Bond Store online or at 714-648-0586.