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Over-Posting on Social Media While Vacationing?

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Posting pics on social media has become synonymous to traveling and vacationing. We love to show our friends and family the cool places we are visiting, the delicious food we are eating, and all of the fun we are having while they are stuck at work. You may have so many photos to choose from to post, but make sure you choose wisely. You want to look good and you want that great shot that will get the most likes, but you also want to make sure you do not accidentally post a photo that shows you doing something illegal, whether or not you knew it was illegal.

The police can actually use your social media against you. For example, if you posted a photo of you feeding a cute, fury, wild animal, that might seem harmless...

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What You Want from a Free Consultation

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Any place that is going to give you a free consultation better mean it. Some places claim to offer free consultations but in small print, there are hidden fees or some kind of obligation. That is never something you want to unknowingly commit to, especially for a bail bond.

San Diego Bail Bond Store offers free consultations free with no obligation. Only if and when you are ready to move forward with the bail bonds process will you and the bail agent formalize and finalize the payment plan for the 10% premium. If you decide you are not ready to commit to the bail bond quite yet and that you need to consult other friends to see if they can help pay, then no worries. You are not secretly tied down with us...

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How to Behave In Court

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Growing up, we are all taught how to behave at home, in school, around friends, around strangers, but we are never taught how to behave in court as a defendant. This is because we are not expected to ever be in this position. And while we hope you never are, we are going to provide court etiquette tips anyway, because well, life likes to throw us curve balls every now and then.

● Arrive on time, or earlier if possible.
● Do not slouch, stand and sit straight.
● Do not chew gum.
● Remove hats and sunglasses.
● Dress professionally.
● Speak only when prompted to and do so clearly.
● Make eye contact with whom you are speaking to.
● Silence phones and other devices.
● Answer only what you are asked.
● When answering yes or no, say the word instead of nodding or shaking your...

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CA Laws You Did Not Know You Were Breaking

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Most laws that you should obey and not break are no brainers; do not steal, do not vandalize, do not trespass, and do not drink and drive. So, what you do in your regular routine is probably filled with things you are doing 100% right, however, you may be breaking some laws without even knowing it but do not worry, you are not the only one.

● Any Mylar balloons, the foil kind, that hang out at 5 feet or more for advertising and promotional means, or totally releasing them into the air altogether, is illegal.
● You may not bathe your babies, twins included, in the tub at the same time. One must go first, then the other.
● Singing “Happy Birthday” is copyright infringement and so anytime you are singing it, you are breaking the law.
● Using a fake name anywhere on the Internet is ...

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CA Laws You Did Not Know You Were Breaking

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Most laws that you should obey and not break are no brainers; do not steal, do not vandalize, do not trespass, and do not drink and drive. So, what you do in your regular routine is probably filled with things you are doing 100% right, however, you may be breaking some laws without even knowing it but do not worry, you are not the only one.

● Any Mylar balloons, the foil kind, that hang out at 5 feet or more for advertising and promotional means, or totally releasing them into the air altogether, is illegal.
● You may not bathe your babies, twins included, in the tub at the same time. One must go first, then the other.
● Singing “Happy Birthday” is copyright infringement and so anytime you are singing it, you are breaking the law.
● Using a fake name anywhere on the Internet is ...

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Warnings Against Drinking and Driving

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San Diego Bail Bond Store cautions against drinking and driving all the time. With July 4th just around the corner, we are back to remind you of the dangers and consequences of doing so, and offer much safer alternatives.

The legal BAC limit in California is 0.08%. In general, men have a higher tolerance for alcohol than women, but even if your BAC limit is below the legal limit, it still does not mean it is okay and wise for you to get behind the wheel. You can be drunk and incoherent with a BAC of 0.05%, everyone is different.

You put yourself and others in danger when you drink and drive. Sure you may have done it many times before without getting into an accident or getting caught, but not everyone is invincible...

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Fireworks for the Big Boys

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It should be pretty apparent that playing with fireworks can be dangerous and there are rules that apply to doing so. We are not talking about the rules Mom and Dad have instilled into your brain years ago when you were a young child playing with fireworks “Don’t touch the spark!” “Don’t light it inside the house!” We are talking about the big boy rules, the ones that the state and counties have put into their law books.

Fireworks are categorized as either Dangerous Fireworks or Safe and Sane Fireworks. Dangerous Fireworks are, well, dangerous. These are the big display fireworks that can only be set off by certified professionals and only for large, official city-approved shows like for holidays like July 4th and New Year’s. No one else may use Dangerous Fireworks, ever.

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Barbecue Safety Tips

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Everyone loves a good barbecue party, and no one likes disastrous aftermath. To avoid the latter from happening, please review the most current barbecuing codes and laws for your area. Codes and laws may differ from city-to-city, or county-to-county. Here are some things you might want to consider:

● Are you allowed to barbecue on your porch or in your backyard at all?
● How far does the grill have to be from your trees, bushes, and your neighbor’s property?
● What kind of barbecue grills can you use? Are you allowed to use gas or coal grills allowed to use?

You need to be careful of the proximity of your grill to other things that could potentially catch fire and even explode; you should also have a fire extinguisher on hand just in case...

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Looking Back: Your Arrest Makes a Good Story

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If you really want an exciting and entertaining story to tell your friends, you can tell them about the day you got arrested.

Your day started out well. Then something happened and before you knew it, you were sitting in the back of a cop car on your way to jail. Hours passed. More hours passed. You were given bail, and then you were like, “whoa.” You were asked to pay up tens of thousands of dollars so you can be released from jail.

You pondered your options: scrape up the money in cash to pay bail, do not pay it and wait out your time in jail, or get a bail bond. After weighing the pros and cons, you decided that getting a bail bond was the best decision, and it was.

You got in touch with San Diego Bond Store and with them, you were able to bail out of jail quickly...

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California To Raise Legal Smoking Age from 18 to 21

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In quite the bold move, California lawmakers just recently voted to change the minimum age for smoking from 18 to 21. California is only the second state in the U.S. to move forward with this change; only Hawaii has made this change.

California is the most populous state in America and such a substantial change could greatly affect the public. Although most smokers start before the legal age limit, even just raising the limit to 21 will make it more difficult for teens to get ahold of tobacco products.

This would not include the use of e-cigarettes, as currently these increasingly popular devices are not regulated by the federal government; however, there is also a push to change that.

Currently underage smokers face relatively low punishment levels because they are minors...

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