Never To Late To Help A Loved One

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It is never too late to help out a friend or family member in need. Your loved one may have been arrested, and Christmas may be on its way, but it is not too late. With the right help, you can have your loved one out of jail and home in time for Christmas.

To do this, all you need to do is contact the professionals at Stanton Bail Bond Store. We are a family-owned bail bond company. This means that we understand just how important it is for you to bail your friend or family member out of jail. You want to your loved ones to be close by, especially around the holidays. We can help you achieve that.

All you need to do is talk to one of our kind and understanding bail agents. They will help you get through the entire bail bond process. With our experts as your guides, you will see how quick and easy it is to bail someone out of jail. You will not have to worry about getting your loved one home in time for the holidays when you come to Stanton Bail Bond Store for help.

For a free consultation with one of our bail agents, just click Chat With Us or call 714-648-0586 now.

Needing a Bail Bond Is Not A Bad Thing

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Sometimes, bad things happen to good people. That does not mean that person is inherently bad. You are not a bad person just because you got arrested. It could be a case of mistaken identity, or you were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. Either way, you were arrested, and now you need to post bail to get out of jail.

You can come to the professionals at Fullerton Bail Bond Store, and we will show you that there is nothing bad about bail or bail bonds. We will walk you through the entire bail bond process, answer all of your questions, and help you get out of jail. Our kind and caring bail agents will take care of you in your time of need.

Let our bail agents show you that you have nothing to worry about. Getting a bail bond is not a bad thing. It helps you get out of jail, and get back to your normal life sooner. You will be able to spend time with your friends and family members again, and begin putting your life back together.

You can talk to a kind bail agent right now by clicking Chat With Us or calling 714-648-0586.

Bail Out a Loved One When You Have To

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Whenever we need help with something complicated, we look for someone with more knowledge than us in the matter. Most of the time, that means talking to a friend or family member who has some experience in that area. However, that will not always work. There are somethings that most people have very little knowledge about.

One such topic is bail. Bail is not really taught in most schools, nor is it talked about in most circles. It is a subject of discussion that is avoided, and so when it actually needs to be discussed because a loved one was arrested, no one in your immediate circle can offer you any advice. That is why you need to talk to the professionals at Tustin Bail Bond Store.

Our professional bail agents at Tustin Bail Bond Store have years of experience and training behind them, which allows them to provide outstanding help to their clients. They can give you the professional advice and assistance that you need to bail your friend or family member out of jail. They will be able to answer all of your questions and help you rescue your friend or family member from jail.

Tustin Bail Bond Store has been helping clients for nearly 30 years now. You can trust that our bail agents know exactly what they are doing when it comes to bailing your loved one out of jail. When you talk to one of our bail agents, you will get nothing lest then the best bail help available in the state of California.

You can talk to a professional about bail bonds right now by calling 714-648-0586 or by clicking Chat With Us now.

Having A Best Friend Is the Best

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Your best friend is someone that you can count on to always be there for you when you need help. You know that no matter what, your friend will do whatever he or she can to help you out. It is this commitment and dedication that made you choose this person as your best friend. Unfortunately, there may come a time, through no fault of their own, when your best friend may not be able to help you.

One such time would be if you ever got arrested. Most people do not know how to help in those types of situations. If you ever get arrested, make sure to have your friend contact Santa Ana Bail Bond Store.

Our spectacular bail agents will be your temporary best friends while they bail you out of jail. They will always be there for you when you need a helping hand, or have a questions about the bail bond process. They will keep in contact after your release to remind you about your court dates. Our bail agents will have your back just like your best friend.

Once you are out of jail, and living your life again, you will be able to spend time with your best friend. You will be thankful that you were able to find a friend in the bail agents at Santa Ana Bail Bond Store.

You can talk to a bail agent right now by clicking Chat With Us or by calling 714-648-0586. It really is that easy.

We Can Help Before It’s to Late

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Getting arrested feels like its the end of the world as you know it, but it is not the end. It is simply a minor bump in the road, and you can get past it. You can move on with your life by getting a bail bond from Orange County Bail Bond Store.

You will be able to put this whole jail experience behind you with our expert bail agents working around the clock to help you bail out of jail quickly. You will be able to get back to enjoying your normal life, and not worrying about getting arrested. It will all be thanks to the amazing bail agents working at Orange County Bail Bond Store.

You can start the bail process right away by calling 714-648-0586 or by clicking Chat With Us now.

What Are the Rights When Protesting?

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America has seen days of protests since Donald Trump became the President Elect on November 9, 2016. Americans have the right to assemble and protest, but then why are some people getting arrested? What are the boundaries? Here is what you might want to know in case you, or a loved one, ever plan to attend a protest:

What you say at a protest, even if controversial, is your right and the First Amendment will protect you on this. The police cannot arrest you based on what you say. However, there may be rules and restrictions, particularly for groups. For example, a group may require a permit to use sound amplifiers in public spaces for their protests. If they have that permit, they can say what they want.

  • Protests take place in public areas like the streets. If it is on private property, the homeowner can set rules. If those rules are violated, he or she has the right to ask you to leave. If you do not leave, you may be arrested for trespassing.
  • Police will always show up at protests to ensure safety. If they approach you, do not argue or obstruct their business. Basically, act as you would if they pulled you over on any other day; you do not want to give them any trouble.
  • If the police arrest you at a protest, do your best not to resist, even if you believe it is an unjust arrest. You can fight this later.
  • You can photograph or record a protest, but if you are on private property, the owner may set rules. If the police ask to see your content, you can deny them and they will need a warrant. They are also not allowed to delete your content.

Protests are supposed to be kept peaceful, non-violent. When violence happens, it becomes a riot and the police will take appropriate actions.

If you, or someone you know, is ever arrested at a protest and needs to be bailed out of jail, please contact Stanton Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586. You were merely exercising your right to free speech and assembly. Now let us help you exercise your right to bail!

What Do the Passing of Props Entail, Exactly?

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Marijuana is now legal in California. Whether you voted yes, or no, you are probably wondering what the new rules really are. Can anybody smoke weed wherever they want now? Who can purchase it and how much? Here is some helpful information to know about the passing of Prop 64:

  • The law did not change the rules overnight so anyone cannot simply walk into a dispensary and purchase marijuana yet.
  • The new Bureau of Marijuana Control will develop terms and conditions for retailers to follow by January 2018.
  • Retailers must have a state license to sell.
  • City residents will vote on additional regulations. Marijuana is legal in the state, but cities can still retain control for certain regulations.
  • Recreational weed will have to be defined separately than medicinal weed.
  • Marijuana-related felonies will be reduced to misdemeanors and other marijuana-crimes will no longer be crimes.
  • Individuals convicted of marijuana crimes may now apply for resentencing or expungement.

The information on Prop 64 goes far beyond what was just laid out, so those who are hoping to benefit from the legalization of marijuana might want to read up on it.

So there you have it. Now you may be wondering why we at Fullerton Bail Bond Store are talking about it? It is true that at some point, you may not have to worry about smoking weed and getting arrested, but you need to make sure you are still following the law. There are still marijuana-related crimes.

If you do need to bail out of jail, contact us by calling 714-648-0586 or clicking Chat With Us online.

The New Presidency Mean for Immigrants?

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With Donald Trump as our new President Elect, many immigrants across country have worries about their safety and status. Unfortunately, we do not have any answers as to what the changes for immigrants are going to be. We caution you now, especially if you are an immigrant or have loved ones who are, to know and understand your rights. It may be critical for you to take precautions and really educate yourself on your rights. You have to protect yourself and Tustin Bail Bond Store will do what we can if you ever need our assistance, but we hope you will not need our help.

Immigrants who are taken into custody have the right

  • To a lawyer.
  • To contact their consulate.
  • To remain silent.
  • To bail.

It is important for you to keep your immigrant papers in a safe place and always carry necessary documentation with you. Make copies for family members as well.

If you are eligible for bail and need a more affordable method than cash bail, we urge you to contact Tustin Bail Bond Store by calling 714-648-0586 or clicking Chat With Us online.

Being Greedy During the Holiday Is Justified

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Believe it or not, there may be exceptions to the whole giving concept of the holiday spirit, where instead, you need to be greedy for yourself. At first, your loved ones may not understand, but when you explain yourself, then they will completely understand. Then they may be in a giving mood and decide to help you out.

The reason you need to be a little selfish this holiday season and not buy them gifts like you normally would, is so you can pay off your bail bond and ensure that you can stay out of jail. If you miss a payment, your bail bond will be revoked and you will be taken back into custody.

Since you are paying a bail bond rather than cash bail, you are paying 90% less. However, you do not have all the money in the world, so you still need to carefully budget your finances. With your family and friends in-the-know, some are bound to help out and pay.

To learn more about bail bonds, please talk to a representative from Santa Ana Bail Bond Store online or at 714-648-0586.

Are You Ready for Rain? How to Avoid Issues

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Get ready for rainy days, California! Whether we get few rain days or many, it is best to check over your car so that it is weather-ready. It is wise to review safety driving tips for the rainy season. Doing both can prevent a number of things: 1) getting pulled over and/ or ticketed by the cops, 2) getting into an accident, 3) getting injured, 4) death.

  • Drive slower and leave more space than normal between you and the car ahead of you.
  • Always use your signal lights when switching lanes or turning.
  • Turn headlights on when windshield wipers are in use, even if it is sunny.
  • Use headlights in low visibility.
  • Make sure all lights on your car are working properly.
  • If you find yourself hydroplaning, remove your foot from the gas, but do not brake. Keep a steady grip on your steering wheel and you will feel your car gain traction again.
  • Make sure your horn works.
  • Check your tire treads; ask a specialist if you are unsure of the remaining longevity of your tires.
  • If you are heading to the snow, bring tire chains.

Lots of accidents happen because of wet weather and because drivers are not perfect. If you are running late for Christmas dinner, be late. Do not rush. You would rather not run into trouble and we, Orange County Bail Bond Store, would rather not have to bail you out of jail.

If you do ever need us for a bail bond, do not hesitate to call us at 714-648-0586 or chat with us online.

What Are My Rights When Protesting?

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America has seen days of protests since Donald Trump became the President Elect on November 9, 2016. Americans have the right to assemble and protest, but then why are some people getting arrested? What are the boundaries? Here is what you might want to know in case you, or a loved one, ever plan to attend a protest:

What you say at a protest, even if controversial, is your right and the First Amendment will protect you on this. The police cannot arrest you based on what you say. However, there may be rules and restrictions, particularly for groups. For example, a group may require a permit to use sound amplifiers in public spaces for their protests. If they have that permit, they can say what they want.

  • Protests take place in public areas like the streets. If it is on private property, the homeowner can set rules. If those rules are violated, he or she has the right to ask you to leave. If you do not leave, you may be arrested for trespassing.
  • Police will always show up at protests to ensure safety. If they approach you, do not argue or obstruct their business. Basically, act as you would if they pulled you over on any other day; you do not want to give them any trouble.
  • If the police arrest you at a protest, do your best not to resist, even if you believe it is an unjust arrest. You can fight this later.
  • You can photograph or record a protest, but if you are on private property, the owner may set rules. If the police ask to see your content, you can deny them and they will need a warrant. They are also not allowed to delete your content.

Protests are supposed to be kept peaceful, non-violent. When violence happens, it becomes a riot and the police will take appropriate actions.

If you, or someone you know, is ever arrested at a protest and needs to be bailed out of jail, please contact Stanton Bail Bond Store at 714-648-0586. You were merely exercising your right to free speech and assembly. Now let us help you exercise your right to bail!

What Does the Passing of Prop 64 Entail, Exactly?

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Marijuana is now legal in California. Whether you voted yes, or no, you are probably wondering what the new rules really are. Can anybody smoke weed wherever they want now? Who can purchase it and how much? Here is some helpful information to know about the passing of Prop 64:

  • The law did not change the rules overnight so anyone cannot simply walk into a dispensary and purchase marijuana yet.
  • The new Bureau of Marijuana Control will develop terms and conditions for retailers to follow by January 2018.
  • Retailers must have a state license to sell.
  • City residents will vote on additional regulations. Marijuana is legal in the state, but cities can still retain control for certain regulations.
  • Recreational weed will have to be defined separately than medicinal weed.
  • Marijuana-related felonies will be reduced to misdemeanors and other marijuana-crimes will no longer be crimes.
  • Individuals convicted of marijuana crimes may now apply for resentencing or expungement.

The information on Prop 64 goes far beyond what was just laid out, so those who are hoping to benefit from the legalization of marijuana might want to read up on it.

So there you have it. Now you may be wondering why we at Fullerton Bail Bond Store are talking about it? It is true that at some point, you may not have to worry about smoking weed and getting arrested, but you need to make sure you are still following the law. There are still marijuana-related crimes.

If you do need to bail out of jail, contact us by calling 714-648-0586 or clicking Chat With Us online.