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Commonly Broken California Laws

Commonly Broken California Laws

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hen it comes to breaking the law, there are all sorts of things that a person can do. There are literally thousands of different ways to break laws in California. Some of the most commonly broken laws in the state include:

  • Assault: This occurs when a person hurts another individual. This can be done with a fists or a weapon. Depending on how the person attacked the other individual, and how badly the person was injured, the crime can be either a misdemeanor or a felony. The bail amount for this crime varies depending on how it was charged and often starts around $25,000.
  • DUI: Driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol is an illegal act and yet thousands of people do it every single day. A first time offense can get a person a bail of around $5,000...
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Advice from Coronado Bail Bond Store

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Being out on bail is not a good reason to live your wild life again. If anything, it should be reason to tame yourself and scale back. Lay low. Surround yourself with supportive and positive friends. Do not succumb to bad influences and habits.

Bailing out of jail may be like a “get out of jail free card” in Monopoly or getting a second shot at your life, but you are encouraged to take this second shot and use it properly and most importantly, wisely.

Bailing out of jail is not a moment to celebrate by going out to a bar and getting wasted, or going for a joyride, or anything like that. It is a moment to celebrate quietly at home.

We do not want to scold you, or deter you from enjoying your newfound freedom. We merely want you to use your time wisely...

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Explaining Bail Bonds

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When a person is arrested for a crime, he or she will have an arraignment hearing, at which time the judge will announce how much his or her bail is. Fortunately, the individual does not have to pay for bail on his or her own. Anyone can help pay for bail if they wish, though it is not cheap. In addition, a bail bonds company can help pay for bail with a bail bond, which lowers the cost that participating individuals need to pay.

By using a bail bond, anyone paying for the bail will only need to pay 10% of the bail. This 10% is paid to the bail bonds company over a payment plan. The bail bonds company, backed by an insurance company, signs off on the bond and submits it to the court. The defendant is then freed on the conditions that he or she:
⦁ Goes to court when he or she is ordered to...

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The Differences Between Jail And Prison

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Jail and prison are technically not the same place; they’re not two terms that refer to the same institution. What are the differences?

Jails hold people for short-term periods – people who have recently been arrested but have yet to post bail, people who are waiting for trial, and convicted people who are serving short sentences (usually up to 1 year). Jails are run by local governments and police departments. Specialized services are typically offered, such as work release and programs that focus on education needs, substance abuse, and others.

Prisons hold convicted individuals who are serving long term sentences for their crimes. Prisons are operated by state and federal governments...

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The Role Of A Bail Bond Cosigner

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A part of being eligible for a bail bond is needing to find someone who will cosign your bail bond; this person is known as the cosigner (go figure) and they are agreeing to be financially responsible to pay the full bail amount (monetarily or with collateral they pledged such as property, vehicles, and valuables like weapons and jewelry) if you fail to appear in court when you are asked. That’s a lot to ask of a cosigner, so if they agree to this, they better have high trust in you to not let them down.

The cosigner is risking a lot, but at the same time, they do have rights to protect themselves from losing everything in the case that they feel you are not trustworthy. The cosigner can ask the bail bond company to revoke the bond and express concern...

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Federal Vs. State Court: The Differences

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There are different types of court, but here we focus on the Federal and State court systems.

Most crimes are heard in state court. These are crimes we commonly, immediately think of (probably because we hear about them the most) such as arson, theft, rape, and murder, etc. These crimes are investigated by state agents such as local police officers and county sheriffs and tried by local and state attorneys.

The crimes that go to federal court are generally ones that are in regard to some federal or national issue such as federal tax fraud or cross-state trafficking of contraband. Federal crimes are investigated by federal officers like the FBI and CIA and tried by federal attorneys. Federal court cases generally take a longer time to resolve because of its complexity.

As far as bail bond ...

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CA Laws That Leave Us Scratching Our Heads

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You think you’ve heard and seen the weirdest, strangest things like powdered eggs and an app that allows people to request another person, a stranger, to wait in line for them at a restaurant so they do not have to. Well, you haven’t seen this list of the oddest laws in California that is definitely up there on our list of “what, really?” Check them out:

  • Women may not drive in a housecoat.
  • No vehicle may go faster than 60 miles per hour without a driver.
  • Residents in Blythe may not wear cowboy boots unless they own at least 2 cows.
  • People in Carmel cannot go outside wearing a jacket and pants that do not match.
  • If you want a pet rhino in Norco, you must get a permit first.
  • There is no annoying of any lizards in Fresno parks.
  • In Eureka, any man with a mustache is not allowed to ki...
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Coronado Bail Bond Store – We Believe In Honesty And Integrity

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You would want to use a trustworthy bail bonds company when you need to bail someone who is very important to you out of jail. You want a company like Coronado Bail Bond Store. We have been helping clients rescue their love ones from jail since 1987. Coronado Bail Bond Store have far more years of helping our clients than we do complaints from the California Department of Insurance.

Other bail bond companies are not concerned about helping their clients. These companies only have one priority and that is to make as much money as they can from you. They provide their clients with horrible service and use underhanded tactics such as hidden fees to make more money. This is why these companies have more complaints from the Department of Insurance than they do years of service.

At Coronado Bai...

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No Matter Where You Need Bail Help, Coronado Bail Bond Store Will Be There For You

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If your friend ever gets arrested, you will want professional help bailing him out of jail. Some bail bonds companies claim they know what they are doing, and yet they fall flat when you go to them for help. At Coronado Bail Bond Store, our bail agents are trained yearly and have experience that has been handed down for years.

Our helpful bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide you with top notch bail bonds help. It does not matter where in California your loved one was arrested, we can bail people out of every jail and court in the state. No matter where or when you need our help, Coronado Bail Bond Store will be there for you.

We do our very best at Coronado Bail Bond Store to make sure our clients will be able to afford to bail their friend out of jail...

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Don’t Let Jail Time Get In The Way Of Your Summer Fun

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Summer is here and summertime is fun times for a lot of people. It is a time for relaxing and not worrying about work or problems. Just remember to enjoy your summer responsibly and in case you do run into trouble with the law, Coronado Bail Bond Store will be there for you. We have been taking care of Californians for nearly 30 years.

Our bail agents have years of experience and knowledge when it comes to bailing someone out of jail. We can make bailing your friend or yourself a quick and easy experience. We will walk you through the bail bonds process and answer any questions you might have regarding bail bonds.

Coronado Bail Bond Store has offices and bail bondsmen all over the state of California that can assist you whenever...

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