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The Art of Bailing Out of Jail

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Bailing out of jail is a task that is less complex than most people think, and it is certainly a stress reliever as well. It requires a little bit of research, professional help, money, and a lot of moral support and strength. Here is what it takes to bail a person out of jail.

    1. Hiring a professional bail agent and company.
    Some research ought to be done in order to find the best bail bond company to help you. Affordability, response rate, work speed, and overall customer satisfaction are important things to look for.
    2. Settling on a workable payment schedule.
    A bail bond will cost at the very least, 10% of the bail amount. This 10% is called the premium and can be split up into multiple payments that are made weekly or monthly, depending on the payment schedule. A good company will be pretty flexible with your financial situation.
    3. Supporting your loved one by all means.
    It is a tough situation to get through, but it is so much easier when there are others involved who are with you. You need to be on your loved one’s side. Loved ones need to be on your side. The right bail bond company will also be on your side.

You need to get a bail bond company who is easy to work with. With a sensitive situation like this, you cannot trust just anyone with your time, money, and rights.

If you, or a loved one, need a bail bond in California, take a look into our company, Azusa Bail Bond Store. We are available 24/7, all throughout California. All we want is to get you that bail bond so you all can be happily reunited with your loved ones.

We offer free consultations, so please contact us online or call at 866-736-6977 .

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About the New California Cell Phone Use and Driving Laws

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New California laws banning the use of cellphones while driving have officially been put into place starting January 1, 2017. While such laws have already existed in California for some time now, the new laws expand on existing ones. The existing ones are outdated, having begun when smart phones were less advanced than today, and apps like Waze and social media platforms were less popular.

The new laws say that drivers may only do a single swipe or tap on their phone, but their phone must be mounted on the dashboard or windshield in the driver’s lower left or upper left corner. A phone mounted in the middle of the windshield is illegal. This allows drivers to use their GPS maps while still maintaining focus on their driving and the road.

We know all the possible outcomes a car accident can lead to: fines, arrest, jail time, hospitalization, death. No one wants to experience any of that. Drivers, please be aware and knowledgeable of your driving rights and laws.