Congratulations, Grad! Welcome To The Real World! Now, Stay Out Of Trouble


Congratulations to the Class of 2015! Whether you’re finishing high school or college, this is a huge milestone in your life that you will want to celebrate. This is supposed to be one of the happiest days of your life (and your parents!)

Naturally you’re going to want to go out and have some fun with your friends but please be careful! Stay away from trouble and keep in mind that accidents do happen. Just recently, a student at Notre Dame fell to his death the day before his commencement. The investigation is still ongoing but whether there were drugs or alcohol involved or if it was an honest accident, it’s still a tragedy and hard-hit reminder to simply be aware of yourself.

Plus, now that you’re going off into the real world, you will have real-world consequences. For high school graduates who have turned or will be turning 18 soon, this means that any legal trouble you get into means you can be tried as an adult and not a minor. And for college graduates, troubles now will plague you during your search for a job. Employers will see that a recent college graduate wasted time getting into trouble rather than doing something proactive.

Grads deserve to have fun and treat themselves to a small vacation for their accomplishments. But there is always a limit to how much fun, and when to get serious. Don’t turn this fine moment into one that everyone wants to forget – especially you and your parents.

We hope you or a friend don’t ever need our services, but if you do, do not hesitate to call us, Newport Beach Bail Bond Store, at 714-973-2245 if you get into legal trouble. When you’re arrested, you will most likely be offered bail (especially considering you’re young and more than likely do not have a criminal background). Plus, because you are young, we don’t expect you to be able to pay the bond on your own (not to mention, you probably have student loans to pay off). That’s where we come in to help you and your parents. We will not let you down!

Consultations are always free, so call Newport Beach Bail Bond Store now at 714-973-2245.

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When “Too Cool” Becomes Too Much


Parents always want to try and “be cool” to their children. They hope that this way their children will not always grow up resenting them for curfews, nagging, and simply not being as cool as so-and-so’s Mom or Dad. Well parents, we want to just remind you that sometimes, being cool might just get you into some hot water!

For instance, allowing a minor to consume alcohol can result in $1,000 bail, even if they are drinking under your watch. Many countries allow people to drink legally when they are 18, but in the U.S., the age limit is 21. Now, we all know that the majority of Americans take their first sips of alcohol before 21. But even under supervision this is still illegal and the person over 21 who allowed this to happen can get arrested for this.

Other instances could be allowing your children to have a house party. Wacky things happen at house parties, including the above and more, and you might want to be cautious when you consider your teenage child to have friends over.

It’s great to be a cool parent but make sure you measure the pros and cons and where the line must be drawn. You don’t want to get in trouble for trying to be cool and more importantly, you don’t want anything bad to happen to your kids. Plus, getting arrested? So not cool to your child.

We hope you don’t ever need us at Santa Ana Bail Bond Store but if you do, whether for yourself, your child, or someone else you love, call us as soon as possible.

Call Santa Ana Bail Bond Store right now at 714-973-2245.

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