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You Need Help Helping Your Child? Contact Littlerock Bail Bond Store

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At some point, usually when the child turns 18 and heads off to college, a parent will learn to let go. Even though the child has left the nest and is figuring life out on his or her own, the parent never abandons his or her child. Parents are always going to be there for their children through the ups, and especially through the downs. One such down could be having a run-in with the law.

So your grownup child has been arrested? You know they can afford their bail and can deal with the situation on their own, but of course you are not going to let them. You will do everything you can for them each step of the way, but where do you start?

Well, you start by contacting us, Littlerock Bail Bond Store. We will get you an affordable bail bond...

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Please, No Drinking and Driving

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It is during the holidays at this time of year, when America consumes the most alcohol because there is so much to celebrate. Overall, it is just a joyous time spent with family and friends. Unfortunately, the more people who drink, the more people who drink and drive. We need this to stop being a trend. You may have not gotten pulled over or in an accident in the past, but eventually, it can happen to you. We would rather not take that chance. Do not drink and drive this holiday season, for any reason. Paying for hospital bills or legal fees like bail bonds and lawyers is much more expensive than paying for an Uber ride, trust us.

If you do end up needing a bail bond to get yourself, or a loved one out of jail in time for the festivities, you can count on Littlerock Bail Bond Store to...

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Littlerock Bail Bond Store Will Bail You Out When Everyone Else Bails On You

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When it seems like everyone else has bailed on you and your loved one in jail, when it seems like you have no one else to really strongly rely on to help you 2 through this tough situation, you can remember that you have Littlerock Bail Bond Store. Though you will be working with one bail agent assigned to your case, you will have the entire company to back you up.

Littlerock Bail Bond Store will help you bail your loved one out of jail. Together, we will get your loved one home with you, where he or she can get a momentary restart on life and prove to those who bailed on you, that they are strong enough to do this with limited, but reliable, resources. Unlike those that abandoned you, our bail agents will not quit on you until your loved one has returned to his or her normal life

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What to Expect When You Did Not Expect Your Loved One to Be Arrested

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When your loved one is arrested and taken away, you are initially offered short and few details about what to expect. All you know is that he or she is being taken away and you are now stressed, frantic, and worried. You have no clue as to what comes next. Here is what to expect when you did not expect your loved one to be arrested.

Well, your loved one will be booked: getting fingerprinted, taking a mugshot, and personal items will be taken away. He or she will be arraigned, meaning he or she will be formally charged for the crime and told how much the bail will be.

At this point, you will want to take the bail amount information, along with the location of where he or she is being held, and future contact info, and get in touch with Littlerock Bail Bond Store...

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Netflix Password Sharing: It Is Now a Federal Crime

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Let’s be honest, if you are a Netflix user, than you either:

    1. Have your own account but have shared your password with friends and family.
    2. Have the password to a friend or family member’s account, and use theirs instead of creating your own.

Previously, sharing the password to a Netflix account was not illegal. However, now it is, and it is prosecutable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. We are not kidding. Who do you have to thank for this? Some man, who we will keep anonymous, who left his job but continued to use the password of his former coworker to download employee information.

In short, sharing Netflix passwords is now a federal crime, punishable by fines and perhaps a short jail sentence, but that is unlikely. Prosecutions are not expected to happen soon...

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