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What to Expect at DUI Checkpoints This New Year’s Eve

What to Expect at DUI Checkpoints This New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is arguably one of the biggest party nights of the year. Everyone is staying up late waiting to ring the New Year in with flair. All of this partying has a tendency to lead to a lot of drinking. Unfortunately, this leads to a lot of people drinking and driving. In order to prevent accidents, many law enforcement agencies will setup DUI checkpoints.

DUI checkpoints may look intimidating, but they are nothing to worry about. After all, they are there to help keep the roads safe for everyone. So long as the person who is driving has not been drinking, they have nothing to worry about.

When a person drives up to a DUI checkpoint, they will likely be instructed to wait until an officer is available to talk to them. Once an officer is ready, they will wave the car forward...

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DUI Checkpoints Aren’t That Bad

DUI Checkpoints Aren’t That Bad

Any driver who has encountered a DUI checkpoint before is probably aware of how slow they can be. Law enforcement officers set up on a stretch of road in order to stop and talk to every driver they encounter. This, naturally, slows down traffic and can make people late. This has the unfortunate side effect of causing people to hate DUI checkpoints.

DUI checkpoints can be tedious to get through as a driver awaits their turn to be interviewed by an officer. What some drivers are not aware of, is that they are legally avoid to avoid DUI checkpoints, provided they don’t break any road laws in order to do so. This is a right granted to all citizens by the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.

The Fourth Amendment protects citizens from unreasonable searches, or searches of a person’s prop...

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Bailing Someone out Today Wasn’t a Part of the Plan

Bailing Someone out Today Wasn’t a Part of the Plan

Bailing someone out of jail is never something that people plan on doing. Unfortunately, it is just something that is thrust into their arms. They find out that a friend or family member has been arrested and they want to help out. However, they have no idea how to really do so since they never planned on needing bail before.

This is where Palmdale Bail Bondsmen and Bail Bonds comes into play. We understand how stressful bailing someone out of jail can be, so we try to make it easier for our clients. Not only do we make bail easy for our clients, but we make it affordable as well. This way, our clients can rescue their loved ones from jail whether or not they were planning on doing so when they woke up that morning.

We make bail easy just by being there for our clients...

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Do You Need to Bail Someone Out of Jail?

Do You Need to Bail Someone Out of Jail?

One of the last things people want to think about is something bad happening to someone that they care about. Unfortunately, you can’t always protect your loved ones from everything. Sometimes, things happen. For instance, sometimes people you care about may end up behind bars.

If someone you care about has recently been arrested, do not panic. You can help get him or her out of jail by contacting Palmdale Bail Bondsmen and Bail Bonds. Our bail agents are available to help clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will provide you with all of the help that you need to bail a loved one out of jail.

Our bail agents are very knowledgeable in their fields. They can answer all of your questions about the bail process...

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Tips for Preventing Christmas Tree Fires

Tips for Preventing Christmas Tree Fires

Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without an evergreen tree standing tall and proud in the living room. This is why thousands upon thousands of people will be getting cut evergreen trees for their homes this year. While the trees look stunning, especially when fully decorated, they can pose a bit of a problem. Pine and other evergreen trees can be very flammable, especially as they dry out.

If a person wants to avoid the possibility of a fire in their own home, then they need to follow these tips.

  • Choose a fresh tree. A person should be able to touch the tree and not see a bunch of needles fall from the branch.
  • Place the tree away from any sort of heat sources that could cause the tree to ignite.
  • Replace any light strands that are broken or damaged as they can cause a spark.
  • Ne...
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Turn Your Headlights On

Turn Your Headlights On

Winter weather is here, and with it comes all of the unsafe driving conditions. Conditions like fog, rain, and snow can all cause dangerous conditions for drivers. What’s more, they can easily create situations that can get a driver into trouble with the law. There is one law here in the state of California that many drivers are not aware of, and not following it can earn a person an expensive little ticket.

Here in California, drivers are required by state law to have their headlights on when it is dark, when visibility is below 1,000 feet, or the windshield wipers are in use. The idea is that headlights need to be in use whenever visibility may be low. If a driver has their windshield wipers on, then visibility is obviously low.

This is just a basic safety precaution...

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Have Some Questions about Bail?

Have Some Questions about Bail?

The fact that most people don’t know much about bail is no big secret. Most people are able to go through their life without ever having to worry about bailing someone out of jail. Unfortunately, not everyone is so lucky. This leads to some people needing to bail a loved one out of jail, but knowing nothing about how bail works. Luckily, Palmdale Bail Bondsmen and Bail Bonds is here to help.

Our bail agents are professionals and deal with questions about bail all day, every day. We’ve gathered a list of some of the most common questions we receive, and provided some answers to them.

What’s the difference between bail and a bail bond?

Bail is the amount of money that is owed to secure a person’s release from jail...

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Who Sets the Bail Prices in California?

If you have ever needed to bail someone out of jail, then you know that bail amounts can be ridiculously huge. Even the cheapest bail amounts in the state of California cost several thousands of dollars. This makes it incredibly difficult for most people to bail their loved ones out of jail.

This struggle that people face causes them to wonder why the bail prices are set so high in the first place if no one can afford to pay them. Who would set something so far out of reach? Many people assume bail agents have something to do with the pricing. After all, they are the ones who help people pay for them. However, that is not the case.

Bail agents are required by California law to charge 10% of the full bail amount. Some companies are allowed to offer certain discounts to qualified clients...

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Bail and Bail Bonds Explained

Bail information in Palmdale

While we always tries to make plans, life has a way of messing those plans up. Sometimes this is done in little ways, like leaving your cell phone someplace and having to go back for it. Then there are the times when life throws a real curveball your way. This could be something like getting a flat tire, or a family member getting arrested.

When you first learn of the arrest, you don’t know what to do. You want to help, but you don’t know how. You’ve heard of bail before, but you now realize that it was never actually explained to you. Not once in school, or anywhere else, was bail taught to you. The only reason you know about it is due to television.

Well, luckily for you, you’ve stumbled on to Palmdale Bail Bondsmen and Bail Bonds. We are a bail bond company that has been assi...

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California Could Legalize Street Vendors across the State

California Could Legalize Street Vendors across the State

In many cities across the state of California, there are restrictions and laws against street side vendors. Many cities, such as Los Angeles, make it a criminal act to sell food without a license, which means any street vendor caught doing so could face jail time. Some people feel that this is too harsh of a punishment, which is why Senator Ricardo Lara has a new proposal aimed at changing that.

Senator Lara’s proposed law would make it so that cities all across the state could not regulate or ban street vendors unless the city has a licensing system in place that meets several requirements that would be set by the state. This new state law would overwrite any city laws and ordinances that do not mesh with it.

Cities would also not be permitted to prevent vendors from selling in parks...

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