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Agua Dulce Bail Bond Store Wants to, and Will, Help You

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Agua Dulce Bail Bond Store is a California bail bonds company that boasts more than others can and helps more than others will. This nearly 30 year old bail bond company has had more satisfied clients than other companies. With our impeccable service, it is no wonder why Agua Dulce Bail Bond Store is one of the most reliable and trusted bail bond companies in the state.

  • 24/7 statewide availability
  • Free consultations
  • Customized payment plans
  • 0% interest
  • No hidden fees
  • Discounts available
  • Kind and genuine licensed bail agents
  • Fast, confidential service
  • Cash, credit, debit, and checks accepted
  • Convenient and secure online payment portal
  • Phone approvals
  • Free, anonymous warrant checks

Clients can tell immediately how genuinely helpful Agua Dulce Bail Bond Store is...

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When Getting Arrested Might Actually Be Funny

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Usually, getting arrested is no laughing matter, but maybe one day it will be both a laughing matter and a “are you serious?” matter. We are talking about a wild case where a person is arrested for committing the most outrageous, silly crimes in California. These crimes come from laws that really leave us scratching our heads. Here are some, for your enjoyment.

  • Any car that does not have a driver cannot go faster than 60 miles per hour. 30 miles per hour without a driver is okay then?
  • Women may not drive in a housecoat. It must be so unfashionable.
  • Animals are banned from mating publicly within 1,500 feet of a tavern, school, or place of worship. Did someone make sure to tell the animals that?
  • Ice cream may not be eaten while standing on the sidewalk. Sorry, kids.
  • One may not use o...
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New Driving Laws in California – 2017 Edition

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There are a couple of new driving laws you are going to want to know about if you are a Californian. They involve cell phone use and are very closely related to the existing laws.

The old laws had a loophole where drivers would hold their cell phone in their hand while driving because they were using their GPS. The old law never stated the phone had to be mounted to the vehicle. The new laws that are now in effect require the phone to be mounted in certain locations, the lower right corner, or the lower left corner, of the windshield or onto the center console. A cell phone may not be attached to the middle of the windshield because it is obstructing clear view. In addition, drivers may use one finger to conduct a single swipe or tap on the screen.

Another new driving-related law more c...

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They Lean On You, You Lean on Rosamond Bail Bond Store

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You know that maintaining close relationships with friends and family is important. You get a heck of a lot of fun memories out of this. At the same time, you have people to lean on, people who you can trust, people to help bail you out of trouble.

If your loved one is sitting in jail, wouldn’t it pain you to see, or even think of, them in that situation? Well, there is something you can do to help, and that starts by helping them post bail.

Now, bail can be pretty expensive, but if you go the bail bond route, you get a payment plan and pay only 10% of the full bail amount. Granted the 10% you pay is not refundable like cash bail, but bail bonds offer more flexibility, professional guidance, and ease.

Talk to an Rosamond Bail Bond Store representative to learn more about bail bonds...

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Crimes, Defined

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The criminal justice system categorizes crimes into one of three groups: infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. Each category involves a different set of justice system procedures and possible consequences for the accused. If you are worried that the law might eventually catch up to you or a loved one, you can prepare yourself by learning the different categories of crimes.

Infractions – The least serious crimes.

  • No jail time as a consequence, only fines and/ or community service.
  • Not considered a “criminal” charge and will not appear on criminal record. However, they do appear on driving and court records.
  • Crimes are non-serious, such as speeding tickets, running a red light, and trespassing.
  • The accused does not have the right to a trial by jury; a judge alone will determine t...
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The Ultimate Law at Antelope Valley Bail Bond Store

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The laws in California are constantly changing but the “law” for Antelope Valley Bail Bond Store does not. The law, or rule, at Antelope Valley Bail Bond Store has remained the same since our company’s inception 30 years ago:

It is the mission of our company to provide each of our valued clients with fast, confidential, and courteous service. We believe in the right to bail and that a person is innocent until proven guilty. We also believe each person has the right to a fair and speedy trial, and has the right to be represented by an attorney.

That is our company’s mission statement, one we have not deterred from.

Antelope Valley Bail Bond Store will work with anyone who needs our bail bond services in California...

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The Cost of a First-Time DUI in California

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$45,000. That is the low end of the average cost of what a first time DUI can cost you in California. Knowing this, wouldn’t you rather pay $20 for a Lyft or Uber home from the bar? Let’s break that figure down.

  • Insurance – This is the highest DUI related cost. Insurance will go up year after year after a DUI.
  • Towing and Storage – Your car is impounded and to get it back, it is going to cost over $500.
  • DUI classes – This will cost around the same as the towing and storage.
  • Fines and Attorney Fees – You will be going to court for that DUI, so you will want a good lawyer to help protect, and fight for, you. This can go up a few thousand dollars.
  • Driver’s License – After a DUI, your license is revoked. It costs about $100 to get it back, once you are allowed to get it back...
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Fun Facts Are Your Crime Warnings

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It’s Fun Facts time! Well, these may be fun facts, but truth-be-told, it might not always be fun, especially when we tell you that these fun facts are all laws that you have probably broken before, and didn’t even know.

  • If you still receive mail addressed to the tenant who lived in your apartment before you, it is illegal for you to open or throw out their mail.
  • Carrying a permanent marker while out in public is actually a no-no. To the authorities, a permanent marker is considered a graffiti tool and graffiti is illegal. It is also illegal to give a permanent marker to a minor.
  • The Happy Birthday song is actually copyrighted, and anytime you sing that song, you are committing a crime.

Now, the likelihood of you being arrested for committing any of these crimes is low...

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Where Are Our Sanctuary Cities?

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Though there is no formal legal definition of a “sanctuary city,” the United States is made up of about 300 cities, towns, and counties that call themselves one. These sanctuary cities call themselves so because they have vowed to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. They do this by not questioning a person’s immigration status, by helping them get their children into schools, getting them healthcare, and more.

Sanctuary cities include: Chicago, New York, New Orleans, Berkeley, and Seattle. San Francisco is a particularly unique sanctuary city because it has an ordinance that prohibits it from using funds or resources to assist the federal immigration authorities unless explicitly required by a federal, state, or court order...

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Let’s Talk About Sanctuary Cities

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The Trump Presidency has brought fear to undocumented immigrants now more than ever. With such debate, many cities in the U.S. have vowed to protect its immigrants, and these cities have declared themselves “sanctuary cities.”

Sanctuary cities include: San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle, and New York. An unofficial count identifies approximately 300 U.S. cities, towns, and counties as sanctuary cities. To protect undocumented immigrants from deportation, they limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities. For example, the authorities may not be allowed to ask a person about their immigration status. These cities will also help undocumented immigrants get education and healthcare.

As much as cities will do what they can to protect undocumented immigrants, there can still be tr...

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