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Save a Dog from a Hot Vehicle

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In California, it is legal to break into a stranger’s car in order to save a dog that is trapped and suffering, but it is still illegal to do so to save a child. Last year, California implemented a law that protects the individual from civil damages if they save a dog. However, California has yet to figure out and implement laws that would protect the individual if they did this to save a child.

This does not mean that a person can break into a car to save a dog anytime they want. It is only forgiving under certain conditions, and the individual is only protected if they comply with certain rules.

On any given day, the temperature inside a vehicle is higher than the temperature outside. Now, think about conditions if the outside temperature was 85 degrees on a summer day...

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No More Suspended Licenses for Californians

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Normally, when a driver amounts enough unpaid traffic and parking tickets, a judge will suspend that person’s license. If this person continues to drive while their license is suspended and has a run in with any law enforcement, he or she will be in big trouble. Driving on a suspended license can carry some hefty penalties. The severity of the penalty varies depending on the reasons for the suspension, but usually includes paying fines and possible jail time.

However, that is all about to change in California, at least for some people. Starting in August, California drivers will no longer face a suspended license for failing to pay traffic and parking tickets.

This new law was championed by Senator Bob Hertzberg and Governor Jerry Brown...

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You May Know Someone Who has Once Been Arrested

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Getting arrested could easily make you think that your life, as you know it, is over. However, take a few minutes to think about the people you know. Friends, family, coworkers, other acquaintances, and even strangers you see regularly at the grocery store or gym; how well do you know all of these people? Someone in your larger circle may have once been in this exact situation, getting arrested, but look at where they are now. They are obviously no longer in jail. They have a successful job. They have a beautiful family. They are happy.

Take this thought and use it as inspiration and hope. This will be you once again, and hopefully soon. Until then, you will have to deal with the current situation and any consequences...

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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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Rosamond Bail Bond Store Sheds Hope Too

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Having an arrest and criminal record is not the best thing to have, but it is not the worst thing either. Naturally, anyone would think getting arrested is the end of their life, but that is because they have not talked to us at Rosamond Bail Bond Store.

Half of what we do is provide affordable bail bonds and customized payment plans to get a defendant released from jail. The other half is instill hope in the defendants and their worried loved ones, hope that turns true. Life goes on, in the best of ways, after the arrest.

People who have criminal records still get jobs, find love, own homes, and live a wonderful, happy life...

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Cash Bail vs. Bail Bonds

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When needing to post bail, a defendant has a couple of options. Which option he or she chooses is dependent on what they can afford.

The first option is cash bail. For this option, the defendant, and anyone on his or her behalf, must pay the full bail amount to the court in order for the defendant to be released. The full amount must be paid before the defendant will be released. The money can be refunded later on, if the defendant shows up for court and does not cause any further problems.

The second option is a bail bond, where the defendant hires a third party bail bond company to assist with the process. The defendant, and anyone on his or her behalf, will pay the bail bond company 10% of the full bail amount, which is called the premium...

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Always There for You

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There is no rule that says you cannot use the same bail bond company over and over again, even if it is to bail out the same person each time. It does look bad. It is not a good sign if one person is continually running into legal trouble. Regardless, Rosamond Bail Bond Store will continue to look out for this person and their loved ones each time.

We believe in the right to bail. We like to believe that people make mistakes and learn from them. We hope that each time we bail a person out of jail, it will be the last time we see them. We truly want the best for each client and their family, which is why we do what we do. If you do need our bail bond services again, do not hesitate to reach out. We will be there to help you just as quickly as we were the first time.

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Don’t Give A Cop A Reason To Arrest You

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When a cop stops you for any reason whether on foot or pulled over in a car, you should never intentionally AND unintentionally do or say something that might get them more on edge; this could lead to you getting arrested when you perhaps could have been free to go on otherwise. Never give an officer more reason to suspect something of you. Some helpful tips:

  • Keep your hands in sight.
  • Retrieve documents and items only when you are asked to.
  • Do not raise your voice and yell.
  • Do not run away from the cops.
  • Do not lie.

You may be thinking, “well duh!” right now after reading these but you might be surprised at how some people react when they’re in the presence of a cop. They get nervous because they’re intimidated. Just remember to stay calm and collected...

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What To Expect When You’re Arrested And Booked

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Immediately after someone is arrested, they will be booked. This booking process is to document the person’s information to have on record, creating an official arrest record.

Here’s what happens:

    ● The defendant’s personal information will be taken, such as name, date of birth, height, weight, etc.
    ● The crime for which the suspect was arrested for will be taken.
    ● The defendant will take a series of mug shots.
    ● The defendant will relinquish clothes and small personal items they had to the police; they will not be thrown out, but instead stored then returned if and when the defendant posts bail.
    ● Fingerprints will be taken.
    ● The police will do a full body search, where the defendant will have to remove their clothes.
    ● The police will search the databases...

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Cyberbullying, And How It Relates To Rosamond Bail Bond Store

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Cyberbullying (intentionally posting personal information of and/ or harassing another person by electronic communication like texts, emails, and social media with the intent of causing fear) seems like a rather harmless crime but in California, it’s taken very seriously. Cyberbullying has led victims to harm themselves, commit suicide, or act out and harm others.

Subject to a fine of up to $1,000, and a jail sentence of up to 1 year, cyberbullying itself is a misdemeanor conviction. It happens most amongst students but can and does happen amongst adults too.

School educators and administrators are trained to look out for signs of cyberbullying. There is a procedure they must follow when a cyberbullying case is identified and reported.

As mentioned, bullying cases can lead to more ser...

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