About Kaitlyn’s Law

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Kaitlyn Russell was a six month old who died after she was left alone in a parked car for over two hours. Her unfortunate death is the force behind Kaitlyn’s Law, which makes it illegal for a child 6 years or younger to be left unsupervised by anyone 12 years old or older in a vehicle. This is considered child endangerment, most especially when the sun is out, as the temperature inside the car gets hot very quickly. At the most basic consequence, violators can be fined $100. At the greatest consequence, a life like Kaitlyn’s could be lost and the parent can be charged more harshly.

Parents can easily get their errands done faster without having to bring their young child inside the store with them. But the risk is too great for your child and yourself.

Some parents do get arrested f...

What To Know Before Cosigning A Bail Bond

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Before cosigning a bail bond, you may want to know what you’re getting yourself into. It’s a nice gesture to do for that friend or family member who was arrested because it shows you care and are supporting them through this ordeal. However, there are some very big risks that could be of concern, and we’ll lay them out right now.

  • • You agree to pay off the full bail bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.
  • • You must pledge collateral to support the bail bond.
  • • You must relinquish your pledged collateral if the bail bond is revoked because the defendant failed to appear in court.

You’re probably already aware, but pledged collateral is no inexpensive item. It’s typically real estate property, vehicles, and valuables like jewelry, electronics, and firearms.

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The First Gun Laws You Need To Know About In California

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In light of recent events happening around the world, the topic of guns comes up. Some people want gun control while others want to keep the right to bear arms for protection and safety. People have a heightened sense of security when they have guns. But because of the deadly nature of these weapons, there will always be hot debate. California has among the nation’s strictest gun laws, and a handful were added just this year. Here’s some of what you ought to know.

• Long gun purchasers must be 18 and handgun purchases must be at least 21 years old. Purchasers may only buy a maximum of 1 handgun per month.
• Before receiving their gun, purchasers must pass a universal background check, which will take 10 days minimum.
• Purchasers must pass a written safety test and obtain a ...

Mom And Balboa Park Bail Bond Store: Your Best Bets

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Moms will be moms and that means they are always going to worry about you, wherever you are, whatever you’re doing. It’s that natural motherly instinct.

It’s part of your job to reassure her you are fine, that she raised a good son or daughter. In order to do this, you need to show responsibility.

Doing that might be difficult in the most complicated situations – like getting arrested for something. She’s going to have a fit but you can prove yourself to her again by bailing out of jail and dealing with the forthcoming consequences responsibly. When you bail out of jail, spend more time at home with her and other family members. Spend less time partying and going out all the time. Get busy at work and help out around the house...

Balboa Park Bail Bond Store Agents Are The Best You’ll Get Anywhere

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Being a bail bondsman in the bail bond industry where the life and freedom of somebody (who is more than likely a complete stranger putting complete faith and dependence on you) is a serious undertaking. A high school diploma isn’t good enough; neither is 4 years of undergrad let alone a masters or doctorate in science or physical therapy or psychology. It requires a standalone license. And this isn’t a lifetime license either – just like you need to renew a driver’s license every few years, a bail bond license needs to be renewed frequently as well.

Bail bond agents at Balboa Park Bail Bond Stores, one of California’s premier bail bond companies, requires all their agents and representatives to meet industry and company standards and regulations 100%...

Bail Bonds Work And Balboa Park Bail Bond Store Can Prove It

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Bail bonds as a way of jail release are working. What do we mean by that? We mean that by releasing a defendant from jail, with payment, we are giving the defendant some of his or her life back. They can go to work, hang with friends and family, live comfortably as possible at home. They need to show up for court and make bail bond payments, which can come from themselves or friends or family on their behalf. The defendants are well aware of the risks and consequences they face if they disobey these bail conditions. Because of that, they are more likely to obey those terms, less likely to go against them and cause more trouble.

By getting arrested, the defendant has experienced first hand everything they can lose in a heartbeat. They’ve gone to jail...

An Example Of A False Report

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It’s not very surprising, but instead disappointing, that there are people in prison who have been wrongly convicted of a crime. The person could be in prison because investigators were lazy, the jury was lazy or racist or sexist, the technology to test DNA and evidence was not as precise and accurate as it is today, or a victim or witness lied.

Every so often, a wrongly convicted individual is finally released early, after having his or her name cleared. Lake County’s 71-year-old Luther Jones is one of these men.

Jones spent 18 years in prison for allegedly molesting a 10-year-old girl. The girl’s mother made her lie and say Jones was the man responsible...

Admitting You’ve Been Arrested

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Admitting to something so serious like getting arrested can be very hard to do but once you get it over with, you’ll find your uphill climb to be much easier.

No matter what the crime you committed was, you always know there are certain people you can talk to openly. This revelation to them likely won’t come without disappointment or anger, but it will also come with much needed support and assurance from them. From financial help to making calls for lawyers or support groups, they’ll help carry some of the load. You’ve got more than enough to focus on from here on out and wherever there is room for a loved one to help take over, let them.

Having an arrest record is a huge secret to keep throughout your lifetime...