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When Protesters Get Arrested

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Earlier this week, there was a protest in Downtown Los Angeles that resulted in 8 people getting arrested for failing to disperse. Many others were not arrested because they acted more obediently with the police. When a group wants to protest, they certainly have the right to. They have rights, but at the same time, they must also act appropriately within their rights. There are certain things they cannot do that can get them arrested.

According to the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California (ACLU), protesters may

  • Hand out flyers
  • Protest on public sidewalks and parks and plazas
  • Chat and sing their message

Protesters may not

  • Hand out obscene or defamatory material
  • Block access to sidewalks or buildings
  • Physically disrupt counter-protests

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Your Tax Return Is Really Going To Your Loved One For Bail

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You may only be in possession of your tax return for a short period of time, but if you quickly turn it around and use it towards your next bail bond payment, you’ll reap the benefits so much more and you won’t regret not being able to use that money for other uses, especially if it means your loved one is another step closer to living out his or her bail release and keeping them out of jail.

It doesn’t matter if your tax return cannot pay an entire bail bond payment. Even if your tax return contributes to only 10% of your next bail bond payment, that’s an extra 10% you don’t have to pull from your Savings account, the same account you’ve been withdrawing from for all those other bail bond payments...

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A Bail Bond Store Company That Works 24/7

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You might not be surprised that the police arrest some people on New Years Eve. They’ve been drinking too much, got behind the wheel when they shouldn’t have, might’ve been too rowdy in public.

Just because we’re celebrating a new year doesn’t mean everyone gets the night off. The police are working that night, nurses and doctors are working that night, firefighters are working that night – and so are our bail bond agents.

Palmdale Bail Bond Store is a 24/7 bail bond company servicing the whole state of California. We hope that you won’t ever need our services but in case you do, remember us. We bail people out of jail all the time. We work quickly and quietly and we keep your monthly costs low with...

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What You Need To Know About California’s New Gun Laws

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Owning a gun requires a high level of maturity and responsibility. Too much tragedy occurs with the misuse of a gun, one that is in the hands of an unstable person. Now, in California, family members can take more action in preventing their gun-owning loved ones from making an awful mistake, if they have an inkling that something bad can happen.

The new California law allows family members to report to the police if they believe their loved one is dangerous and a threat to others or themselves. If this happens, the police will confiscate the firearms from this individual for a few weeks. During these few weeks, the police will investigate the matter and talk to the suspect to get a clearer reading on them...

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Dealing With Bail and Family

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When someone in the family has been arrested, there is no doubt that there will be tension and stress. The mix of emotions will clutter everyone’s vision for awhile but all should have the same final goal: bail that loved one out of jail and stand together and support one another through this difficult time. You may not agree on everything, but bringing home your loved one will be one thing you all agree on.

How will you pay for bail, and who will be responsible, financially? That is up to you, but Palmdale Bail Bond Store can help your family figure out the most affordable route with one of our flexible payment plans. We charge the minimum 10-15% of the bail that can be paid off over a period of time. There is no interest and no hidden fees...

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Tax Refunds For Bail: A Smart Choice

Rosamond Bail Bond Store It should really be a no brainer to use some, if not all, of your tax return money for your loved one’s bail bond payment. If you have officially and formally agreed to be responsible for his or her bail bond payments, you will need to follow up regularly to ensure that all payments are due on time, each time. If you miss a payment, both you and your loved one who is out on bail, will face the consequences. For you, that will mean financial consequences. For your loved one, they could be pulled back into custody.

Tax returns are always a financial relief because it’s extra money that is returned back to you. It’s getting extra cash to spend, instead of dipping into your other funds, which was the original plan...

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Understanding California’s Gun Laws

Lancaster Bail Bond Store Each state has different gun laws. California is known to have stricter laws than most other states. Here are some:

  • To buy a handgun, you must be 21 years old. You may only purchase a maximum of 1 handgun per month.
  • To buy a rifle or shotgun, you need only be 18 years old.
  • All purchasers must pass a background check and written test.
  • There is a 10 day waiting period until you can have your gun.
  • Gun dealers must have a valid state license.
  • Assault weapons and .50 caliber rifles are banned.
  • Local law enforcement has the discretion to deny a license to carry a concealed weapon.
  • All guns, including concealed guns, are banned on college campuses.
  • If a person is considered a threat, his or her family members may ask law enforcement to take away his or her guns for a period of time...
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Where You Benefit From Paying For A Bail Bond

Palmdale Bail Bond Store A bail bond is going to cost anywhere between a few hundred dollars to thousands. It’s all dependent on the bail amount that the judge had set. No matter what bail bond company you approach, you’re going to have to pay up. But, the timeframe you get to pay, how much they charge, and the level of communication and helpfulness will not be the same for all companies.

Of course, you will want to work with a bail bond company who will benefit you the most, meaning you want a company and agent who will work quickly to get your loved one out of jail and have you at their best interest. You’ll want an agent who will communicate with you with respect and genuine care to help. You will also want an honest company who doesn’t try to “get you” with hidden fees.

As you search for a reliab...

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Court Etiquette Matters

Lang Bail Bond Store Don’t give a judge any more reason to be harsher with you than he or she will be. You want the judge to take you seriously. And you’ll want to show that you are responsible, coherent, mature, and taking this matter seriously, whether you are guilty or innocent of the crime. Court etiquette matters, so here are some helpful tips to follow on how to compose and conduct yourself properly:

  • Dress professionally.
  • Remove sunglasses and hats.
  • Arrive early.
  • Stand and sit straight.
  • Do not chew gum.
  • Speak only when you are asked. Answer only what is asked. Speak clearly.
  • Acknowledge the judge as “Your Honor.”
  • Do not shake your head to indicate “yes” or “no.” Use the words.
  • Do not grow angry.
  • Silence or turn off your cell phone.

How you present yourself in court may not seem like i...

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When Bail Bond Store Really Matter

Palmdale Bail Bond Store Understanding bail and bail bonds is probably one of the last things on your mind. It’s not like you are saving up money throughout your years specifically for bail. But that unexpected call happens even to the best people, and suddenly they are scrambling trying to figure out how to bail their loved one out of jail. Luckily, doing so doesn’t have to be a solo journey.

There are many bail bond companies, such as Palmdale Bail Bond Store, that are available to guide people through the bail process. Bail bonds is an alternative method to paying bail directly to court.

  1. You’ve got a professional and licensed bail agent to help and advise you through the entire process.
  2. You’re paying only 10% of the bail amount that the judge had set.
  3. You’re paying this 10% on a payment plan that the...
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