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How to Stay Safe and Secure While Shopping Online

How to Stay Safe and Secure While Shopping Online

With the passing of Halloween, the holiday season has begun. Now people all over begin to really crackdown on their holiday shopping lists. They want to get the perfect something for everyone on their list. Not only does this mean an increase in shoppers at stores, it also means more people will be going online to do their shopping. After all many people find this method of shopping more convenient.

Unfortunately, thieves are well aware of this fact. They become more active during the holiday season to take advantage of the increased amount of victims they can target. One thing that online shoppers need to be wary of, are fake or malicious websites.

Some thieves will take to making new websites for people to buy stuff from. They will take the person’s credit card information and then...

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Using a Phone While Driving Is Illegal in California

Using a Phone While Driving Is Illegal in California

In today’s world, pretty much every adult has a smart phone. These incredible little devices give people access to everything important in their lives. They allow people to stay in touch with loved ones even though they may be miles apart. Unfortunately, these devices can be incredibly addicting.

Just like everything out there in the world, there is a time and place to use smart phones. One of the worst times for a person to use their phone is while driving. Driving while distracted is very dangerous. The driver takes their eyes off the road to look at a tiny little screen. They are no longer paying attention to what they are doing, which can easily cause accidents.

A first time offense of using a cellphone while driving can start at around $50 dollars...
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How Should Firearms be Stored?

How Should Firearms be Stored?

Gun safety should be on the mind of every gun owner out there. Everyone who owns, or even handles, a gun should know how to use it safely. One of the important parts of owning a gun is how to store the item safely. No one wants a child to find the gun and cause harm to himself or someone else. That is why storage is so important.

Here in the state of California, gun owners are required by law to properly store their firearms. Failure to do so can result in criminal charges, and that’s the best case scenario. The improper storage of a firearm can result in someone finding the gun, and hurting someone with it. If this happened, the owner of the gun would be held responsible.

The first part of storing a firearm properly revolves around unloading the gun before storing it...

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Watch Out for Battery Thieves

Watch Out for Battery Thieves

A working car is pretty important requirement for most working adults. Without a car, you can’t get to work, run errands, or go visit friends and family members. A person needs to take care of their vehicle if they want to continue to enjoy their freedom. However, there are somethings that are pretty difficult to protect a vehicle from. Take thieves for example.

Southern California has been experiencing a rise in a particular automobile crime, and it isn’t something that you might expect. People have been experiencing a car battery theft. Thieves are finding cars that have hoods that can be opened from the outside, and are stealing the car batteries from within.

Unfortunately for many of the victims, they would return to their cars only to find that the vehicle wouldn’t start...

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Sorry Kids, No Sleeping in for You

Sorry Kids, No Sleeping in for You

Any child will tell you, and most parents would agree, that you have to get up pretty early if you want to get to school on time. If the student was up late the night before doing homework, which since the average high schooler has about 3.5 hours of every weeknight, is a very common occurrence. This leads to the not so surprising fact that most teenagers do not get enough sleep.

Sleep is very important for proper brain function, especially in growing teens. Several studies have found that students who get less than the recommended 8 hours of sleep a night are more likely to suffer from depression, drink caffeine, struggle in class, and engage in dangerous activities.

To try and help with this obvious problem, Senator Anthony Portantino created Senate Bill (SB) 328...

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The Truth about Underage Drinking

The Truth about Underage Drinking

It’s almost time for school to begin, which means summer vacations are over and families across the state are heading back home for the new school year. The start of a new school year also marks the reunification of friends after a summer spent apart. If you’re the parent of a teenager, then chances are you know that when teenagers get around one another, rules can be broken.

As Friday night high school football games begin and the weather cools off, teenagers across the state will begin looking for ways to entertain themselves on the weekends. For some, this could mean bowling, going to the movies, or working out. For others, it could be house parties. Without jumping to conclusions or stereotyping, many times, teenagers use house parties as a means to illegally consume alcohol.

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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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Consequences of Copyright Infringement

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If you are one to stream music, movies, TV shows, and more creative content online, that in normal circumstances, you would pay for, are you doing it legally or illegally? There are certain sites that are legal, and many others that are illegal. Frankly, it is very easy to tell apart which sites are legal and legitimate, and which ones are not.


call-palmdale-bailbonds Sites like Hulu, Netflix, Spotify, and Pandora are legal sites that allow streaming of content. You may be allowed limited access to content under a free account, but if you subscribe and pay a monthly fee, you have unlimited access to every TV show, movie, song, or book that the site has to offer.


Then there are other sites that are not subscription-based. These are free and here is an example of how it probably works...

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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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Get Ahead on Bail Bond Payments Using Your Tax Returns

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Tax returns are treated like free money. Most people either put it into their savings account, or treat themselves to something nice. Some people may choose to use it to pay off a bail bond, which is definitely acceptable.

A part of what makes bail bonds more flexible and a more ideal alternative to paying for bail, is that it can be paid off with cash, credit, debit, and checks. This means that when a person receives their tax return and deposits it into their account, they can then write a check, cash it, or apply it to a debit or credit charge for a bail bond payment. Tax returns can get a person ahead in their bail bond payments.

Keep track of bail bond payments and do not fall behind. Rosamond Bail Bond Store will be with you each step of the process so you know will not be trying...

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