There Are Laws Regarding Gun Storage. Did You Know That?


All kinds of laws surround California gun owners. There are laws for purchasing and selling guns and there are obviously laws for how guns are used. There are even laws for storing guns, which are no less important to know than all of the other laws about guns are. Storage laws are primarily meant to keep children and strangers from accessing the guns and potentially firing them.

In California, it is illegal to store a loaded gun in a place where a child can find and reach it. It is a misdemeanor crime to store a loaded gun in a place where a child can access it, which punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000. If the incident escalates to where a person is injured or killed, the owner can be put in jail for a few years and fined $10,000. However, the worst punishment in this situation is the injuries sustained, or the death of an innocent person, because the gun was irresponsibly stored.

If you are a gun owner, be responsible and follow the laws for owning a gun. Do not misuse it and we certainly hope that any serious incidents never occur. However, if you find yourself arrested, Beaumont Bail Bond Store may be able to bail you out of jail with an affordable bail bond. Keep us in mind!

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Your Tax Return Can Help Pay For Bail


No matter how much or how little you might be receiving for your tax return, any amount that you do potentially get will help your financial burden of having to pay for a bail bond. Granted, bail bonds are already the more affordable method to bailing out of jail, but that isn’t to say that bail bonds are cheap, by any means. Plus everyone, whether it be individually, friends or family members, or just anyone, are in different financial situations and circumstances. No one’s situation is ever exactly alike.

Because of this, Montclair Bail Bond Store attempts to customize each situation as much as possible, according to the financial needs of those involved. Being flexible and understanding, Montclair Bail Bond Store makes monthly payments as low as possible. Credit, debit, cash, and checks are all acceptable forms of payment and there is also a convenient and secure online payment system set up. Additionally, as mentioned, the money from your tax return is also an acceptable form of payment toward securing a bail bond.

Find out more about acceptable payments for your bail bond by contacting a Montclair Bail Bond Store bail agent today! We’re available to answer you 24/7 – and yes, even in the middle of the night!

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Any Jail, Any Time – Always Bail


No matter what California jail you are taken to, Fontana Bail Bond Store can help bail you out, if you are eligible for bail, which depends on the outcome of your arraignment hearing. No matter what day of the week it is, or what hour of the day it is, Fontana Bail Bond Store will answer your online chat, phone call, or walk-in appointment at any of the company’s offices.

Fontana Bail Bond Store is available 24/7 and serves the entire state of California. The company has offices all throughout the state but even if you or your loved ones are not within the vicinity of an office, you can always get a hold of us online or over the phone. Plus, if and when an Fontana Bail Bond Store agent needs to meet with you face-to-face, they’ll take the time and effort to meet you where it is most convenient for you.

In essence, Fontana Bail Bond Store is there for you whenever and wherever you might need us. We won’t let you down; you can count on our team to help get you or a loved one out of jail, affordably and quickly!

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An Example Of A False Report


Not only is it under-whelming, but it’s also very disappointing, that there are still a number of people in prison who have been wrongly convicted of a crime. A person could feasibly be incarcerated right now just because investigators were too lazy, the jury was corrupted, racist, sexist, the technology to test DNA and the evidence was not as precise as they should be, or a number of other circumstances which lead to peoples’ injustices all of the time. This is a sad truth that is unfortunately ever-present in our everyday society, which has to be confronted in one way or another.

Every so often, a wrongly convicted individual is finally released early, after having his or her name cleared. Lake County’s 71-year-old Luther Jones is one of these men.

‘Jones’ spent 18 years in prison for allegedly molesting a 10-year-old girl. The girl’s mother made her lie, under oath, and say that ‘Jones’ was the man responsible. Now, 20 years later, that same little girl, now a 30-year-old woman, admits to the truth and recants her claim that ‘Jones’ ever molested her.

Because of this, ‘Jones’ is released from jail and received a $1 million settlement from the state, and the girl’s mother could now face criminal charges for making a false report – and for costing a man many years of his freedom. The woman can be arrested and tried in court. She could face multiple fines and even imprisonment.

This is an example of the consequences of making a false report. You’re not only ruining another person’s life, you’re effectively ruining yours as well. If you or someone you know is in jail for the time being and is offered bail, contact Baker Bail Bond Store to get a bail bond to secure their release, immediately!

Speak with one of our willing and capable bail agents right now; give us a call at 800-793-2245 today to learn more information.

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The Weirdest California Laws


As absurd and un-imaginable as they may seem, yes folks, at one time or another they were actually considered laws. Take a look:

  • You may not play with a Frisbee at any Los Angeles beach unless you get the resident chief lifeguard’s permission.
  • Women may not drive while wearing a house coat.
  • No vehicle without a driver can go more than 60 miles per hour.
  • Animals may not mate in public if they are within 1,500 feet of a school or place of worship.
  • You must own at least two cows in Blythe before you are allowed to wear cowboy boots.
  • A male cannot go outside his house if he is not wearing the proper attire.
  • You may not use your own bathroom in Dana Point if the window is open.
  • Mustached men may not kiss a woman in Eureka.
  • Annoying a lizard in a Fresno city park is illegal.

These are just some of the weirdest laws, some of which still exist today in California. Don’t ask when or why they were passed. Don’t ask why they haven’t been modified or removed. Just know that while you most likely could get away with these, you could still technically be fined or get arrested for violating any of them. Of course, this would probably be coming from quite a stickler of a policeman or policewoman…

No matter how weird these laws are, and what the circumstances may be, San Bernadino County Bail Bond Store can assure you that we’ll help bail you out of jail for violating any of these – or for violating any more serious laws.

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Lying Always Gets You Into Trouble


Lying to the police and making a false report is a crime. Making a mistake by telling the police one thing, then remembering it’s another thing, is different and not considered a crime.

For example, describing the getaway car in a crime that you happened to witness as red in color when you definitely know the car in question was white in color is defined as a lie, and thus, would constitute committing a crime. But if you think the car was blue, and later you remembered that it was in fact green; that would be considered an honest mistake that you would correct with the police whenever you recalled that detail.

If the police approach and question you regarding anything you may have heard or witnessed, don’t panic and just blurt out nonsense, you need to think about what may have happened before you speak. If you don’t remember something, just be honest. Being honest is always way better than lying. Lying about a situation, especially when you know the truth, only leads to more lying and falling into deeper trouble!

If you find yourself in jail and in need of a bail bond to get out; San Bernadino County Bail Bond Store is the team to help you!

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Sort Your Bail Bond Payments With Tax Refunds


If you overpaid taxes last year, you have the option of applying the excess amount to this year’s taxes, or have it refunded to you. In deciding which option would be more beneficial to you, consider your current financial situation.

  • Do you plan to make a large purchase sometime soon?
  • Have you been spending more lately than saving?
  • Do you have necessary payments to make?
  • Are you comfortable with the amount of easily accessible and disposable money you have?

Answering these questions can help you determine what you want to do with your overpaid taxes. Having the money refunded to you will certainly help alleviate some of your financial stress, including the burden of having to make payments for a car, a concert ticket, or even a bail bond.

Your Rialto Bail Bond Store bail agent can help sort out your bail bond payments in an effort to make the process as simplified as possible for you!

They are available 24/7 and will always be there to answer you online, to chat, or take your phone call at 800-793-2245.

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What Happens To Voting Rights If You Are In Jail


The presidential election is starting to take shape and voting happens in September. Anyone 18 years of age or older, is able to vote, as we all are aware. Here’s a little Q&A excerpt to provide you with some information that you might not be aware of:

  • What if you are in custody?
  • What if you’re serving a sentence in prison?
  • What if you have a criminal history?
  • Can you still vote?
  • Below are some projected answers to these questions to spark your awareness just a bit:

  • Even if you’ve been convicted of a misdemeanor, you may still vote.
  • If you are a convicted felon and are currently serving your sentence in prison, or are on parole, you are not allowed to vote.
  • As soon as you are released from prison and no longer need to follow up with your parole officer, your voting rights are restored.
  • If you are in custody or jail, you may vote, as long as you are accused of a misdemeanor (not a felony).

These voting rights and restrictions are not the same in every state. Some will be the same, while others may differ.

If you need to bail out of jail, Victorville Bail Bond Store can help you do that (again, this is for those who are in jail only and have yet to be convicted). Learn how Victorville Bail Bond Store can help you bail out of jail affordably and quickly!

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How You Know If You Can Apply For A Bail Bond


Most defendants will be eligible to apply for a bail bond to get out of jail if they wish to use this route; however, not all defendants will qualify for a bail bond. Here are a couple of basic parameters:

  • You don’t need to be above or below a certain average household income.
  • You don’t need to be of a certain age.
  • It doesn’t matter if you’ve used a bail bond before or not.

There is only one person, who will decide if you qualify for a bail bond, and that is the judge at your arraignment hearing.

The arraignment hearing occurs after the defendant has been arrested and booked, and before the actual trial. This is when the charges are formally announced and bail is determined. The judge can declare that the defendant to be held without bail – meaning they have to remain in custody (usually for those accused of the most heinous crimes or considered to be a high flight risk), or the judge can announce that the defendant’s bail is set at a certain price. Bail prices follow a bail schedule that is reviewed annually, and the defendant’s ties to the community and whether or not they have a pre-existing criminal record will also be taken into consideration.

By attending your arraignment hearing, you’ll know if you can apply for a bail bond. If you’re offered bail, you can contact a bail bond agent from Ontario Bail Bond Store immediately. Our company is available 24/7 state-wide in California, and we will work with you, your supportive family, and your friends to get you out of jail fast.

So, don’t waste any more time. Contact Ontario Bail Bond Store today!

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The Big Differences Between Seventeen Year Olds And Eighteen Year Olds


When you’re fifteen and sixteen years old, and you get into trouble with the police, your parents are the ones who have to take responsibility for your actions and end up suffering the consequences for those actions like paying fines. Your allowance may be suspended for a while, but your parents are the ones who will need to sign papers, communicate with the court, and pay money. But once you turn eighteen, you are responsible for yourself. Your parents will not be required to pay off any of your fines (or suffer any other consequences) on your behalf. They may choose to help you, and they just might. . . but they are not obligated by law to do so.

As you can see, anyone seventeen years of age or younger, is considered to be a juvenile. They may not go to jail but possibly could end up in juvenile hall. They may have to perform community service and pay a fine. Their records are expunged when they turn eighteen so they get a fresh start. But anyone eighteen years of age or over is considered to be an adult. They are legally responsible for their own actions and if they get arrested, they will either need to post bail, or stay in jail. Posting bail isn’t too hard, especially with a bail agent from Riverside County Bail Bond Store. Riverside County Bail Bond Store is one of California’s top bail bond agencies.

Chat with a Riverside County Bail Bond Store representative today to get more information!

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