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How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost in California?

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Are you looking to bail a friend or family member out of jail, but are worried about the cost? Do not fret, Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds can help you out. We have been making bail bonds cheap and affordable for Californians for the last 30 years.

In California, all bail bonds start out as 10% of the person’s bail. This means that if your loved one’s bail is set at $10,000, his or her bail bond will only cost $1,000. This is the standard price set by the state of California, however, some bail bond companies can offer you a discount.

At Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds, we are able to offer qualified clients a 20% discount on the price of the bail bond. What this means is, instead of paying 10% of the bail, you only pay 8%...

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The Gift of Freedom and a Happy Holiday Season

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In need of an unbelievable gift for a certain someone in jail this year? How about their freedom? Do not worry about the high cost of their cash bail, go the bail bond route instead, and Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds can help get this gift for you.

Instead of paying 100% of the cash bail, you will be paying only 10% of the full bail amount, and you get a customized payment plan to go along with it. Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays. The moment you know you need a bail bond, please contact Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds for a free consultation and to get started on the paperwork. We promise we will get your loved one bailed out of jail ASAP, so he or she can be home for the holidays.

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Let’s Not Talk About Your Juvenile Criminal History

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Starting 2017, anytime you apply for a new job, you have one less thing to worry about when employers ask about your criminal history, if you have one.

For starters, having a criminal history will not stop you from getting a job. Plenty of people who have prior convictions and records have secured jobs. In fact, one of your coworkers may have a criminal history and you do not even know it. They may even be a high ranking coworker of yours. So, do not be discouraged every time you apply for a new job and you have to disclose your criminal history.

Like we said, you may have one less thing to worry about, because starting January 1, 2017, individuals are not required to disclose any criminal records from their juvenile years...

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New Gun Laws for California Once Again

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California gun owners and sellers, prepare yourself for even more gun laws. Here is some of what you will need to know, and how it might change your habits:

  • Anytime you buy ammo, you will now need to pass a background check. This will go into effect July 2019.
  • If you travel outside of California and purchase ammo, you can only bring up to 50 rounds back into California. Anything more results in a misdemeanor charge.
  • You can sell 50 rounds to relatives, but in order to sell to friends, you must go through a licensed dealer.
  • If you purchased a gun with a detachable magazine between 2001 and 2016, you must get it registered by 2018.
  • High volume magazines, more than 10 rounds, will need to be destroyed, sold back to licensed dealers, or turned over to the police.

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New Cell Phone Laws Coming for California

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With all the talk about Donald Trump being President Elect, and the ensuing protests, how much have you heard about the laws and ordinances that are set to take effect soon? We are talking about new cell phone laws? Yep, there will be new ones coming January 1, 2017. Here is what you should know:

  • Under no circumstances will Californians be allowed to hold their phone while operating a vehicle. Violators will be fined $20 for the first offense and then $50 for each after.
  • As long as the phone is mounted to the vehicle on a vent or the windshield, in an upper or lower corner of the windshield, not in the middle, drivers are allowed to make a single tap or swipe.

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What is the Rush to Go to Jail?

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Even if you are running late for your holiday engagement, it is better not to frantically rush and drive recklessly. Sure, you do not want to miss too much, but get there when you get there. It is better than getting into an accident or being pulled over!

For the cops, trying to get somewhere on time is no excuse. Everyone is trying to get somewhere safely. Everyone wants to enjoy their holiday parties. The cops just want to ensure this happens, and if they see you driving recklessly, they will not hesitate to pull you over.

Thankfully for you, just like the cops will not hesitate to do their job, we at Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds will not hesitate to do ours. Our job is to bail defendants out of jail, and it does not matter to us what crime you are accused of...

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Why Immigrants Need to Know Their Rights

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It is no secret that a significant percentage of California residents are made up of immigrants. In Los Angeles alone, there are an estimated 800,000 undocumented immigrants, many of whom came over nearly 10 years ago. This statistic comes from USC’s Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration.

Since Donald Trump became President Elect, many people have grown worried, as one of Trump’s plans is to take action against undocumented immigrants.

Immigrants have deep roots here in California, and we at Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds want to spread awareness regarding the rights of immigrants. If you, or someone you know, are an immigrant, take action to prepare and protect yourself.

  • In the case that you, as an immigrant, are taken in, make sure someone is able to look after your ki...
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Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds Will Get You Home for the Holidays

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The holidays are the happiest time of the year, and your family is counting on you to keep that light spirit in the air. They are counting on you to make the holiday gatherings, despite having been recently arrested. You are not alone in this quest, Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds will help you get the job done.

Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds will help you bail out of jail ASAP. We provide affordable bail bonds and customized payment plans. We work 24/7, even on holidays, because we know people are counting on us.

Do not be ashamed to call us for help. Most people cannot afford cash bail on their own, which is exactly why bail bonds are the more common alternative to bailing out of jail. Our team is more than willing to jump to your aid...

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Do Not Miss the Holidays, Contact Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds Today

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One of your favorite things on Christmas is watching your young children open their gifts with joy and reckless abandon. They are genuinely happy and so innocent. It is a picture perfect moment, one that you do not dare miss a moment of, and you are determined to not let your arrest deter you. You are adamant on getting yourself bailed out of jail and back home as soon as possible.

Your secret to getting bailed out of jail is not the amount money you have, it is the bail bond company you hired to help get the job done. That company is Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds.

Palmdale Bail Bondsman & Bail Bonds can get someone bailed out of jail faster than other companies thanks to the genuine concern and compassion of our employees. If you contact other bail bond companies, your call will...

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Seventeen Versus Eighteen

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Turning 18 is a lot of fun, and very cool, but it also comes with an incredible jump in responsibility.

If a youth, 17 or younger, was arrested by the police, they would more than likely be released back to their parents and maybe pay a fine or perform community service as punishment. They would not stand trial like you see on television, and they do not have the possibility of being sent to prison, unless they were tried as an adult, which doesn’t happen often.

This all changes when the person becomes 18, because if someone 18 or older is arrested, then they will stand trial. They will not be released back to their parents, rather they would have to find out if they are eligible to post bail to secure their release...

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