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Is Gambling Legal in California?

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The world of American sports is electrifying. There is no shortage of sports to appeal to the crowd. There’s football, basketball, golf, swimming, cycling, sailing, and so many more options. If you really know sports, you know that there is always some major sporting event happening. This means that there are plenty of opportunities to try and make the events a little more eventful by placing bets.

There are rules and regulations that Californians must follow when it comes to betting on sporting events, including the following:

    It is legal to place bets.

  • It is illegal to take a bet or be a bookie.
  • It is illegal for an athlete and a bettor to conspire, where the athlete will intentionally rig or throw a game in order for the bettor to win...

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How Long can a Person be Detained by the Police

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How long can the police hold a person without charging them? In many states, the police have a 72 hour window.


call-palmdale-bail-bonds In California, the police are allowed 48 hours to hold/ detain a person without charges being made. After 48 hours, if no charges are filed, then the police must release this person.


In this 48 hour window, the police or detectives must work closely with prosecutors. The police cannot bring charges against the arrestee. It is the prosecutor who does this. The police and detectives must provide the prosecutor with the proper and substantial evidence that a crime has occurred and that the arrestee was involved.

If the prosecutor does not bring charges within that 48 hour window, they can always bring charges against this person later on...

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Did You Know Juvenile Records are Sealed when a Person Turns 18?

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When your child turns 18, his or her juvenile criminal records will be sealed. So it may be that right now, you and your child are coping with their arrest and how it will affect them in the future, but know that when they turn 18, it will be a new chapter for them.


call-palmdale-bail-bonds Juvenile records are sealed on the 18th birthday in order for the now-adult to venture into adulthood with promise.


As a youth, an arrest can be a very frightening experience, especially for someone so young with so much of their life ahead of them. It can mentally bother them from time to time, but it will not prevent them from living a productive, full, happy life. Colleges, landlords, banks, employers, etc. will not see juvenile records when the time comes for them to do background checks...

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Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store is the Best. Period.

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In the hardest, most stressful times, you deserve to have only the best help guiding you, assisting you, and offering you the top professional advice and service. As far as the bail bond industry goes, the best is Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store.

When would I need a bail bond company?
You would need a bail bond company if you or a loved one has been arrested and put into jail. Once your loved one has been arraigned, but before they have gone to court, the defendant can either post bail and be released from jail, or remain locked up.

Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store assists with bail by offering affordable bail bonds. We understand that each family’s needs and situations are different, which is why we work with each client to create custom payment plans at Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store...

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Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store Rated #1

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Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store is an award-winning, recognized, bail bond company that serves all of California. What would make a bail bond company win an award?

    Top-notch customer service.
    Clients can tell immediately, just over the phone, that their Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store agent is concerned and eager to help.

    Affordability and flexibility.
    Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store seeks the minimum premium payment required, 10%, and works with each client individually to create a customized payment plan. Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store always finds a way to work with anyone who needs them.

    Convenience and reliability.
    As mentioned, Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store serves all of California. Approvals can be made over the phone, but if a face-to-face meeting is required, Santa Clarita Bail Bo...

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Yes, Use Your Tax Return for Bail Money

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Before you go spending all the money you got from your tax return, think about some wiser possible uses for this money. Things like rent, utility bills, or even your bail bond payments. These are bills that you should never fall behind on and at this moment, your bail bond payments may even out-prioritize your rent.

Your recent arrest is the reason you have bail bond payments to make. Instead of living in jail until your trial, you posted bail with a bail bond from Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store. This allowed you to be released from jail and return home to go about your normal life. A bail bond costs only 10% of the full bail amount and you are set up on a payment plan so you pay off that 10% over the course of several months...

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Research First. Decide Second.

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Hiring a bail bond company to help get your loved one out of jail is not a decision you make on the fly. It is true that you want to choose someone sooner, rather than later, so your loved one can post bail faster. However, you want to do some research into multiple bail bond companies before making a final decision. Here are some things to look for:

    Cost
    California bail bond companies charge 10% of the full bail amount as the premium. This is the amount you pay to the company. Obviously you will want a company that has no hidden fees or interest rates.

    Flexibility
    The bail bond company should be available 24/7, and should be understanding and accommodating to your current financial situations. Each family goes through this differently since no two are alike...

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Just Be There for Your Loved One

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You may have had a great start to 2017, but not everyone did. Unfortunately, not everyone includes a good friend of yours. They are not in great spirits right now, but your friend is relying on you to help get him or her through this.

To support them financially, help them get a bail bond from Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store. Bail bonds cost 10% of the full bail amount, and can be paid off on a customized payment plan. The defendant is released from jail as soon as paperwork is processed.

To support them emotionally, you just need to be there for your friend. Tell them to call you up if they need something, or just want to vent. You are going to be a rock for them through this tough time; remember, they are under a lot of stress.

To get a bail bond from Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store, con...

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New Laws For 2017

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Every January 1st, a whole bunch of new laws go into effect in California. The new laws this year include the following:

  • Minimum wage: any business that employs 26 or more people will be raising their minimum wages to $10.50, up $0.50 per hour. By 2022, it will be $15.
  • Gun laws: anyone who previously owned magazines that hold more than 10 rounds are required to surrender them. Anyone who wishes to purchase ammunition must pass a background check each time. Just like civilians, law enforcement officers are required to securely store their handguns in a lockbox out of plain view.
  • Cell phone use while driving: any app usage on a cell phone is prohibited while driving. The current law references texting only, but the new law expands to include GPS mapping, and social media.
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Texting and Driving? Too Much, New Laws

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Let us be real, these days, texting and driving is no longer texting and driving. It is more like social media-ing and driving, or navigating maps and driving because smart phones have come so far in just a few years. This has caused driving and cell phone laws to be expanded, starting this year.

Starting this year, cell phones must be mounted to the dash, the lower left or upper left corner of the windshield, if the driver wishes to use it while driving. With it mounted, the driver may make one single tap or swipe on the phone.

Other laws regarding cell phone use while driving still exist of course, but the new ones just expanded on them.

The goal is to reduce distracted driving and consequences of such instances like accidents and arrests.

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