Bail Bond Commandments Thou Must Not Break

We are all familiar with mistakes and how they set us back from reaching our goals. People who have trouble with the law know this particularly well and at that moment, they want nothing more than to post bail so they can return home. There, they can reevaluate their near future and figure out how to tackle the proper steps to mend relationships, fix their reputation, and of course, deal with their trial.

The fastest, most affordable way they can post bail is to do so with a bail bond. It is pretty important not to commit any mistakes when filling out the bail bond paperwork because it can delay the whole process, or jeopardize it later on. Here are the 6 bail bond “commandments” thou must not break:

• Provide the correct contact information of the defendant...

As Best Friend, Help Post Bail

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You are at that point in your life now where we no longer want to be the type of best friend who gets into trouble with the other so you can sit together in jail. That was the adolescent you. Now, you should strive to be the type of best friend who is willing to butt heads and offer to help post bail for the other. What good is it going to do anyone if both of you are in jail? Be there to help them bail out of jail. Besides, wouldn’t you want the same if the roles were switched?

You help your best friend, and we will help you. We are Linda Mar Bail Bond Store, and we will help facilitate the bail bond process. You are not expected to know exactly what to do. That is why we are here to help. We will also make sure you get the best rates and a customized payment plan to fit your needs.

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New Driving Laws in California – 2017 Edition

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There are a couple of new driving laws you are going to want to know about if you are a Californian. They involve cell phone use and are very closely related to the existing laws.

The old laws had a loophole where drivers would hold their cell phone in their hand while driving because they were using their GPS. The old law never stated the phone had to be mounted to the vehicle. The new laws that are now in effect require the phone to be mounted in certain locations, the lower right corner, or the lower left corner, of the windshield or onto the center console. A cell phone may not be attached to the middle of the windshield because it is obstructing clear view. In addition, drivers may use one finger to conduct a single swipe or tap on the screen.

Another new driving-related law more cle...