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About Kaitlyn’s Law

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Kaitlyn Russell was a six month old who died after she was left alone in a parked car for over two hours. Her unfortunate death is the force behind Kaitlyn’s Law, which makes it illegal for a child 6 years or younger to be left unsupervised by anyone 12 years old or older in a vehicle. This is considered child endangerment, most especially when the sun is out, as the temperature inside the car gets hot very quickly. At the most basic consequence, violators can be fined $100. At the greatest consequence, a life like Kaitlyn’s could be lost and the parent can be charged more harshly.

Parents can easily get their errands done faster without having to bring their young child inside the store with them. But the risk is too great for your child and yourself.

Some parents do get arrested for n...

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The Weirdest California Laws

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    ● You cannot play with a frisbee at any Los Angeles beaches unless you get the lifeguard’s “okay.”
    ● Women may not drive while wearing a house coat.
    ● No vehicle without a driver can go more than 60 miles per hour.
    ● Animals may not mate in public if they are within 1,500 feet of a school or place of worship.
    ● You must own at least two cows in Blythe before you are allowed to wear cowboy boots.
    ● A male cannot go outside his house if he is wearing mis-matching pants and jacket in Carmel.
    ● You may not use your own bathroom in Dana Point if the window is open.
    ● Moustached men may not kiss a woman in Eureka.
    ● Annoying a lizard in a Fresno city park is illegal.

These are just some of the strangest laws that still exist today in California...

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California To Raise Legal Smoking Age from 18 to 21

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In quite the bold move, California lawmakers just recently voted to change the minimum age for smoking from 18 to 21. California is only the second state in the U.S. to move forward with this change; only Hawaii has made this change.

California is the most populous state in America and such a substantial change could greatly affect the public. Although most smokers start before the legal age limit, even just raising the limit to 21 will make it more difficult for teens to get ahold of tobacco products.

This would not include the use of e-cigarettes, as currently these increasingly popular devices are not regulated by the federal government; however, there is also a push to change that.

Currently underage smokers face relatively low punishment levels because they are minors...

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How Much Time Do I Have To Post Bail?

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You may post bail anytime after your bail hearing – as long as the judge has granted bail, of course. The time it will take to pay off bail will depend on the route you choose to bail out of jail.

    1. If you wish to pay your bail money directly with court so you have the option of being refunded all that money at the end of your trial, you will need to pay the entire bail before your release.
    2. If you wish to pay a professional bail bond company to bail you out of jail with a bail bond, you will be paying less, but you will not be refunded anything. You would pay only 10-15% of the bail amount to the bail bond company over a period of weeks or months. In addition, you would be released from jail as soon as the legal agreement forms are signed and processed, meaning you’d be making your...

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Bail Bonds Work And Antelope Valley Bail Bond Store Can Prove It


Bail bonds as a way of jail release are working. What do we mean by that? We mean that by releasing a defendant from jail, with payment, we are giving the defendant some of his or her life back. They can go to work, hang with friends and family, live comfortably as possible at home. They need to show up for court and make bail bond payments, which can come from themselves or friends or family on their behalf. The defendants are well aware of the risks and consequences they face if they disobey these bail conditions. Because of that, they are more likely to obey those terms, less likely to go against them and cause more trouble.

By getting arrested, the defendant has experienced first hand everything they can lose in a heartbeat. They’ve gone to jail...

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Tax Returns Can Be Used Towards Bail

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A tax refund is the difference between the taxes that an individual has paid and the taxes that the individual owes. There are times when individuals will need to pay additional taxes in April, but there are also times when individuals receive a tax return from the government. They receive a tax return because they over-paid taxes in the previous year. That means the government will refund the extra money!

This is a pretty sweet deal to anyone, getting some extra money back from the government. This money can be put back into savings or invested, it can be used towards bills or rent, it can be used to buy a few nice things, and it can even be used towards other payments, such as bail bond payments.

Bail bond payments are one of those things that you should never fall behind on because i...

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CA Laws That Leave Us Scratching Our Heads

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You think you’ve heard and seen the weirdest, strangest things like powdered eggs and an app that allows people to request another person, a stranger, to wait in line for them at a restaurant so they do not have to. Well, you haven’t seen this list of the oddest laws in California that is definitely up there on our list of “what, really?” Check them out:

    ● Women may not drive in a housecoat.
    ● No vehicle may go faster than 60 miles per hour without a driver.
    ● Residents in Blythe may not wear cowboy boots unless they own at least 2 cows.
    ● People in Carmel cannot go outside wearing a jacket and pants that do not match.
    ● If you want a pet rhino in Norco, you must get a permit first.
    ● There is no annoying of any lizards in Fresno parks.
    ● In Eureka, any man with a ...
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Palmdale Bail Bond Store & Bail Bond Storeman In Los Angeles County CA

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In the Palmdale and Lancaster area, Palmdale Bail Bond Store has been the number one source for bail for over 27 years. You can call 24 hours, 7 days a week to talk to a local bail agent.

For free bail information, please call Palmdale Bail Bond Store at 661-272-0151.

Let our family of bail agents help your family during this stressful time. Our local agents work directly with the jail personnel for immediate release of your family member or friend. So the bail process is fast.

To make the bail bond affordable, our bail agents will customize a payment plan to meet your financial need. Our payment plans are ALWAYS at 0% financing. More importantly, there are no hidden fees. What we tell you over the phone is the same as what we tell you in our bail office.

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Palmdale Bail Bond Store – Easiest Way To Bail Someone Out Of Jail

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People will often ask; “Is there an easy way to bail my friend out of jail?”. The answer is yes! There is an easy way to bail someone out of jail, just use Palmdale Bail Bond Store to bail out your friend or loved one. We have over 25 years experience with making bail easy for our clients. Our professional bail agents are trained and retrained every year so that they are always up to date all bail bonds laws.

Searching through county and state websites in an attempt to find your detained, loved one’s information can be difficult and hard to figure out on your own. Instead call us at 800-793-2245 and one of our bail agents will do all of that for you so you can begin to notify family members and friends.

Simply give our agents your loved one’s name and the county they are locked up in...

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