Fraud Is Wrong, Bail Is Not

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Fraud is defined as: “wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.” There are all kinds of fraud like credit card fraud, identity fraud/ theft, and disability fraud, to name a few. Fraud is a big problem in the United States, and disability fraud alone saw over 90,000 allegations last year. This issue was brought to our attention by the media reporting on a case of a New York man.

This New York man, John Caltabiano, claimed blindness from a work accident so that he can gain disability benefits. While he did lose sight in one eye from the accident, his other eye was fine. However, he still claimed he could not drive, cook, or even shave without help. He was later caught holding doors open for others, driving and braking in time to avoid hitting a pedestrian, and other questionable acts. Caltabiano was set to receive $1.3 million in benefits. Instead, he is now doing 5 years in prison.

Fraud crimes can be misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the case itself, and the defendant’s criminal history. Some are federal crimes. Penalties can be fines and jail or prison time. Many defendants will be offered the opportunity to post bail and get out of jail for the time being.

If you ever need help bailing yourself or a loved one out of jail, the team at Riverside County Bail Bond Store can help you. Our team works quickly to get that bail bond over to the jail so your loved one can be freed. Costs are low, as we only charge the premium, 10% of the full bail, and you are set up on a payment plan. Fraud of any kind is wrong, but bailing out of jail is not. If you are in need of professional bail bonds help, Riverside County Bail Bond Store will have your back!

To learn more about bail and the bail bonds process, please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance, or call us at 800-793-2245.

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What You Can Always Expect with Riverside County Bail Bond Store

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Wondering whether you should help bail your loved one out of jail or not should be a no-brainer. So many horrible thoughts run through your mind about your loved one being arrested: he or she is in trouble, he or she is in danger in jail, he or she is surrounded by some hardened criminals, he or she is alone and uncomfortable. On top of that, you are not really sure what to expect from the outcome of your loved one’s trial. Depending on the crime or situation, will he or she be acquitted? Will he or she be sentenced for a few years, many years, life, or will your loved one sentenced to death?

Well, in California, there is no capital punishment, which should put your worst thoughts to rest. As far as being acquitted or sentenced, that is neither for you, nor us here at Riverside County Bail Bond Store to decide. What you can decide is to bring your loved one home pre-trial with our help. At Riverside County Bail Bond Store, we provide low monthly rate payment plans for your bail bond. We will walk you through the entire bail bond process so you know what to expect at this stage of your loved one’s situation. We will not let you down!

Please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance, or on the phone at 800-793-2245 any time of the day or night.

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Our Favorite, Wacky Laws in America

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Bored at work and want some fun? Try some light reading to educate yourself with some tips for when you travel to different states across America. We have compiled some of America’s wackiest, most absurd laws that are still in effect today. They probably are not heavily enforced thanks to how ridiculous they are, but if they are enforced, you can technically be fined or arrested.

  • In Alaska, you cannot give a moose a beer. So do not bother inviting them to your house party.
  • In California, no driver-less vehicle can go faster than 60 miles per hour. Yet, a driver-less vehicle going 59 miles per hour on the road is fine, because it is totally safe.
  • In Connecticut, a pickle will achieve true pickle status only if it bounces. If it does not bounce, it cannot be called a pickle. Be ready for that 5 second rule to grab that pickle or non-pickle after its bounce!
  • In Idaho, you will get up to 14 years in prison for cannibalism – that sounds about right. However, if you had to kill and eat your friend to survive, you know, survival of the fittest, then you are off the hook.
  • In Illinois, you may not fall asleep in a cheese factory, bake shop, candy store, or ice cream shop. If you want to dream about food, do it at home.
  • In New Jersey, if you are going to commit murder, do not wear a bulletproof vest. It is illegal to wear the vest during this act, which actually also makes the fight more fair. PS: it is also illegal to commit murder, in case you did not know.
  • In Ohio, you cannot give alcohol to a fish. They are probably fine with their regular tank water anyway.
  • In South Carolina, you must be at least 18 years of age to use a pinball machine. That is when the fun begins.
  • In Virginia, you and the other person must be true lovers and be able to prove it if you want to have sex. If you cannot prove that, then you can be fined. Good luck with that, it is hard enough to prove to your significant other how true your love is.

Is your head kind of raw from all the head-scratching you just did? Ours too. Remember, you probably will not get arrested for these crimes but if you do, you cannot say we did not warn you!

If you, or someone you know, has been arrested in California for letting your car, without you in the driver seat, go 60 miles or faster or has been arrested for any other crime that makes sense, please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store. We are here to help you or your loved one get out of jail and back home quickly!

Contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance, or on the phone at 800-793-2245.

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You Can Vote While Out On Bail

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American’s are getting pretty antsy now as the 2016 Presidential election draws nearer and nearer. Vote-by-mail instructions have already started going out to many, an indication that voting will happen in no time! There are certain requirements to be eligible to vote, the obvious being at least 18 years of age, actively registered to vote, and a U.S. citizen. However, there are a couple of lesser known restrictions because they do not affect everyone.

  1. If a court finds a person to be mentally incompetent, they may not vote.
  2. If a person is currently in jail or on parole at the time of the election, they may not vote. However, if they have previously been in jail, have been released, and are no longer on parole, then they automatically regain their right to vote, if they were already registered to vote.

All eligible Americans are encouraged to exercise their right to vote and this upcoming presidential election is a big one.

If you need a bail bond now, or sometime down the road, Riverside County Bail Bond Store can help get you out of jail. You will be eligible to vote while out on bail!

Riverside County Bail Bond Store can be reached 24/7 online or on the phone at 800-793-2245.

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Things to Avoid for Memorial Day Weekend

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Memorial Day Weekend is fast approaching, and in order to allow yourself to stay out as long as you wish, and drink as much as you want, while remaining safe of course, we want you to arrange your transportation to and from your shindig ahead of time. You have plenty of options: Lyft, Uber, taxi, public transit, or a designated driver from a friend or family member.

    By arranging safe transportation and not choosing to drink and drive yourself, you:

  • Avoid a DUI
  • Avoid injury
  • Avoid a fatality
  • Avoid fines
  • Avoid jail time

That is quite a list to consider. So much can go so wrong when someone gets behind the wheel while drunk. It can quickly turn a fun Memorial Day Weekend into a very, very bad one.

Do not worry, Riverside County Bail Bond Store will be working 24/7, right through Memorial Day Weekend. We hope you are not going to need to call us for bail bonds help, but if you do, we will be right by your side to get your loved one out of jail as soon as possible.

Follow up with our team at Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance or on the phone at 800-793-2245.

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Riverside County Bail Bond Store Answering Contact Sports

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The NBA Finals are here and things are getting intense and even personal among fans. This beloved game gets fans anxious and excited, but they can easily get riled too. Basketball is quite the contact sport these days, but the contact should only remain among the players and never the fans.

We are all too familiar with fights erupting between fans during and after sporting events since we have bailed out quite a few individuals because of such an incident. We will be right there for you too, just in case you need us for bail help. We will get your loved one back home in time to catch the next game. Just make sure to keep them at home this time, instead of out at a bar, just to be safe. Remember, our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and Riverside County Bail Bond Store will not let you down!

If you need bail bonds help, contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance or call 800-793-2245.

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Learning How to Budget Your Money

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Something everyone should learn how to do when they become adults is how to divide paychecks. Schools should to really teach this to all students, no matter what they major in, because it is extremely helpful. Knowing how you spend every dollar of your income allows you to live comfortably and may just save you in times of serious need; like needing a bail bond.

The rule is 50-30-20. 50% of your paycheck goes to items you need to pay, like rent, utilities, and food. 30% of your paycheck can be spent towards items you want like new clothes and dining out. 20% of your paycheck is to be put into your savings account. Of course, if you have any remaining money from the first two sectors, you should put it into your savings.

The greatest benefit we see to growing that savings account is the room to dip into it in desperate times of need, like needing that bail bond we mentioned. It is not like you save this money expecting to pay for a bail bond in the future, but it is intended as financial security. You can withdraw money from your savings without hindering your need to pay for your necessities.

Riverside County Bail Bond Store can also help alleviate some of the financial stress of paying for bail by providing you with an affordable bail bond. We will set up a payment plan for you. Our bail agents jump into action to help our clients. So, if and when you need a bail bond, please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store today!

Please contact a team member from Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance or call us at 800-793-2245.

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How To Spend Summer In Jail

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Spending time in jail is totally on your to-do list this summer, isn’t it? You can’t wait for your moment. Everything is so unexpected that it excites you and makes you nervous. Looking for the best, most memorable road to jail? Keep on reading!

  • Drinking and Driving
  • We all like to think we’re pretty invincible when it comes to drinking and driving. Admit it – you’ve done it before and you didn’t have any problems. You will continue to do it and won’t run into any problems. Except at some point, you will, and you will have to deal with the aftermath. Be prepared for some tough fines, possible jail time, and perhaps even dealing with any injuries to yourself or others.

  • Trespassing
  • The age of social media is at its peak. Snapping the best Instagram photo is a must, and with that comes all the jealousy of your friends who wonder how you managed to get that shot without getting caught. The police will be waiting for you at one of your future trespassing excursions and destinations, or they may come after you after seeing your Instagram photo. Again, be prepared for hefty fines, possible jail time, and the worst of them all, deleting your photo from Instagram.

  • Traveling as if you’re home
  • Not every city, state, or country has the same laws, obviously. Don’t mind the customs and cultures of others – just dress scantily when it’s hot and throw out peace signs to all because it’s always okay to bear a lot of skin and peace signs are universal in meaning, right? Wrong. Others are much more conservative than Californians and some regard peace signs as offensive so that may very well land you in a foreign jail. Mark it on your travel itinerary.

Jail is not a summer destination you should have in the works but for everyone, it is an often-neglected location that is actually very present no matter what you’re doing or where you’re going. No one ever intends to land in jail – something may just go wrong and before they know it, they’re behind bars. Riverside County Bail Bond Store will see that your entire summer isn’t ruined by being behind bars!

If you ever need help to bail out of jail, whether for yourself or someone you love, please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store online or call 800-793-2245.

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It Is Time to Grow Up

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Being stupid and careless is a part of growing up. Mom and Dad were always there to pick you up from detention, to wait up as you got home past curfew, and make sure you apologized to your classmate for being a bully, but those days are over. Now that you are an adult, your parents are no longer responsible for you and your actions. They will forever be your Mom and Dad and they will always act like that, but in the eyes of the law, you are an adult. If you get arrested, Mom and Dad may not be there to bail you out. It is up to you to get yourself out of this mess, with or without their help.

Even without your parents’ help, you do not have to be alone. You are encouraged to enlist the help of one of our amazing bail agents here at Riverside County Bail Bond Store. We work with you to draw up a payment plan for the premium we charge; the 10% of the bail that the judge set during your arraignment hearing. We then get a bail bond to submit to the court to release you from jail. If you violate any agreements, whether with us or with the court, such as not appearing in court as scheduled, you may face additional consequences.

Since you are older now, we hope that you know when to step back from a bad situation that can land you in jail. We would rather you did not need us to bail you out of jail, but if it comes down to it, we promise to be there for you.

To learn more about bail bonds, please Chat With Us online for immediate assistance or call us at 800-793-2245.

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Riverside County Bail Bond Store Is a Name You Can Rely On

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Friends tend to come and go and with that, so does trust and reliability. Friends who grow apart may not consider each other to be the person who will bail them out of jail years from now. Current good friends also may not want to be the ones you go to and there is no guarantee that they are capable of helping you.

So who can you rely on? Riverside County Bail Bond Store.

Riverside County Bail Bond Store is a family-owned company in California that has professionally been bailing individuals out of jail for nearly 30 years now. This top company of dozens of bail agentss is the most trusted and reliable bail bond company in California. This company is very capable of bailing you, or a loved one, out of jail, no matter where in California you are or what time it is.

Staying out of trouble is something you practice all the time, but occasionally it may slip your mind. In those cases, we urge you to contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store and have a bail agent bail you out of jail.

Chat with a Riverside County Bail Bond Store representative online now or call 800-793-2245 to learn more about bail and the bail bonds process.

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