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How Long Does It Take to Rescue Someone from Jail?

How Long Does It Take to Rescue Someone from Jail?

When something bad happens to a friend or family member, you want to rescue them from it as quickly as possible. You never want someone you care about to suffer when you can help them out. That is exactly why when you learned of your loved one’s arrest, you immediately wanted to post his or her bail.

The less time your loved one spends behind bars, the better. They would be better off at home, not stuck in some jail cell. That is why you want to post their bail through Riverside Bail Bonds. We will provide you with an affordable bail bond, and we will help get your loved one out of jail quickly.

Here at Riverside Bail Bonds, we bail people out of jail all over California. Some jails have more workloads than others, which affects how quickly they will release someone from their facilities. This means that depending on the county of arrest, we can have your friend or family member out of jail in anywhere from a few hours to a day.

Whenever you need bail help, you can count on Riverside Bail Bonds to be there for you. Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means that you can get the process of rescuing a loved one from jail started at any time. Someone will always be ready and waiting to help you out. Some of the services that we provide around the clock include:

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Español

You can count on Riverside Bail Bonds to help get your loved one out of jail quickly. In some counties, we can have your loved one out of jail in as little as 2 hours, in others, it can take up to a day. No matter how long it takes, know that our bail agents are working tirelessly to help you rescue your loved one from jail as fast as they can.

What are you waiting for? There’s not a moment to lose, call (951) 684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

Looking for a 0% Down Bail Bond?

Looking for a 0% Down Bail Bond?

 

The cost of bailing someone out of jail seems to be what scares people most. Most people want to rescue their loved ones from jail, but are afraid they won’t have the money to do so. When people find out that Riverside Bail Bonds provides clients with payment plans, they get excited at the opportunity to rescue a loved one. However, they do wonder how much they will need to pay up front.

How much a client needs to pay for a bail bond, and how much they need to pay upfront, is dependent on how much the bail is. Higher bail amounts means higher bail bond costs, which means bigger initial payments. This means that we won’t know how much the initial payment will be until we know how much the bail is.

Despite that, there is no need to worry. Here at Riverside Bail Bonds, we do everything we can to make bailing someone out of jail and affordable experience. We work with each of our clients to create a payment plan that works with their unique budget. With our help, you will be able to afford to rescue your friend or family member from jail.

What’s more, is we even offer a 0% down payment plan for clients with approved credit. This means that, if approved for this discount, a client doesn’t have to make a payment on the bail bond until a month after their loved one’s release from jail. This can give you some extra time to save up to make that first payment, making it a lot less of a surprise.

Some of the other services we provide for our clients include:

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Español

Bailing someone out of jail does not have to be a bank account draining experience. With help from the professionals here at Riverside Bail Bonds, you will be able to afford your loved one’s bail. On top of that, you may even be able to qualify for a 0% down bail bond.

Are you ready to get started? You can get a free consultation at any time by calling (951) 684-4484 or clicking Chat With Us now.

Pay Attention to Your Surroundings

Pay Attention to Your Surroundings

Smart devices and cellphones have greatly impacted society. It used to be, if someone wanted information, they needed to look it up in a book. If they wanted to talk someone, they need to write a letter or find a land line. Now, with all of this wireless technology, people can access the world whenever they want.

The power to do this can be very addicting, so much so that people often struggle with putting the devices down when they should. Trying to do other tasks while on the phone can be dangerous, even if the other task is as simple as walking.

 Watch Where You’re Going

Using a cellphone can be very attention grabbing. People may think they are capable of multitasking with a cellphone, but they often fail to realize how their other tasks may suffer from the split attention. This distraction is why it is illegal to use a cellphone while driving.

Using a cellphone to browse the web or text while walking can be dangerous for the person. They are often more focused on the little screen and don’t see what they are walking into. There are thousands of videos online of people walking into poles or stumbling into fountains because they were on their phone.

Aside from the obvious problem of not watching where a person is walking, there are additional concerns. The people around phone users have begun to take notice of how little they are paying attention. This is not a good thing. Bad people have realized that it is easy to sneak up on and attack distracted walkers. There have been numerous cases of people being attacked or robbed simply because they were walking while using a cellphone. They were too distracted to see the thief or attacker coming. This is just another reason to not use a cellphone while walking.

 City Zombie Laws

In an effort to keep people safe, some cities have begun enacting laws against distracted walking. These laws are often referred to as zombie laws due to how people using their cellphones while walking often shamble and stumble into things like zombies would.

These laws vary from city to city. Some completely outlaw the act of using a phone while walking. Others, only prohibit the act while crossing a street. Either way, both are obviously aimed at keeping people safe by making them pay attention.

Breaking these laws is often not a crime, and so results in no jail time, but a small fine. The fine is usually around $100.

To learn more, and find out if your city has a zombie law, check your city’s local ordinances online.

 Don’t Be Caught Off Guard

Knowing what lies around the next turn in life can be difficult, especially when a person has their head buried in their phone. Walking and using a cellphone can be a dangerous multitasking attempt. A person can very easily misstep and end up colliding with something they’d rather not bump into, such as a pole, fountain, or even a speeding car.

What’s more, is there are bad people out there who have picked up on this lack of attention, and are using it to their advantage. If a person wants to avoid running into something, or being snuck up on in broad daylight, then they need to put their phone down or stop walking until they are finished. Don’t try to do both at the same time.

What do you think of zombie laws that prohibit walking and using a cellphone at the same time? Are they fair, or is it cities taking too much control of a person’s life? Let us know what you think in the comments down below.

There for You Anywhere in California

There for You Anywhere in California

 

No one ever expects an arrest to occur, but a person can get arrested at anytime, anywhere. If someone you care about got arrested in the state of California, you can count on Riverside Bail Bonds. We are a statewide bail bond company that has helped thousands of Californians get their loved one’s released from jail over the years.

We have bail agents located all over the state of California. They work in local offices, or roam the areas in between offices. This ensures that we cover the entire state and will always be there to help you. No matter where you are, or where your loved one was arrested, we will be there for you.

On top of being able to help you anywhere in California, our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means that the moment you learn about the arrest, you can talk to a professional bail agent. Day or night, one of our agents will be ready and waiting to help you deal with your situation.

With their years of training and experience, our bail agents will be able to answer all of your questions. They can explain every part of the process for getting someone released from jail.

Some of the other services we provide for our clients include:

  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Español

No matter where you are in California, you can count on Riverside Bail Bonds to be there. With our local agents scattered across the state, we will always be there for you, no matter the time. Our expert agents will be ready to answer your questions and help get your loved one out of jail today.

Ready to get started? Call (951) 684-4484 or click Chat With Us now for a free consultation.

Bail without Interest

Bail without Interest

 

Bailing a friend or family member out of jail is not something that most people have experience with. Unfortunately, people can get arrested at any time and a person may find themselves needing to bail out a loved one. When that happens, these people tend to have a lot of questions. One of the biggest questions is how much will it cost to bail the person out with a bail bond.

The answer to that question is dependent on what crime your loved one has been accused of. Different crimes receive different bail amounts. When it comes to the price of the bail bond that is dependent on the price of the bail. At Riverside Bail Bonds, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for.

We can reduce the upfront cost of the bail bond by breaking it up and spreading it out over several months, up to 2 years. This way, instead of having to pay the full amount of the bail bond all at once, a person can take care of the cost in manageable chunks.

When it comes to payment plans, especially for large chunks of money, any interest rate can become very costly. That is why people worry about interest rates so much. Luckily for you, we do not charge interest on any of our bail bonds. Even our payment plans have 0% interest on them. This means that you only ever have to pay the cost of the bail bond and nothing more.

Some of the other services that we provide for our clients at Riverside Bail Bonds include:

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Español

Bailing someone out of jail can be a whole lot more affordable if you come to Riverside Bail Bonds for help. Our bonds only cost 10% of the bail they are for, and we let you pay them off with a 0% interest payment plan.

Are you looking to bail someone out of jail? If so, call (951) 684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

California Shoplifting Laws

California Shoplifting Laws

 

Pretty much everyone has heard of the crime of shoplifting. The crime is often featured in various television shows, especially when teens are present. Despite how it is often portrayed on the screen, shoplifting can be performed by anyone at any age. The act of shoplifting is a pretty common crime here in California, despite the state’s laws against the act. In fact, many stores in the state have to constantly fight against shoplifters, or risk losing money.

In order to try to help businesses out, the state of California has a law against stealing from businesses.

 Penal Code 459.5

In the state of California, Penal Code (PC) 459 is the state’s burglary law. This law makes it illegal to enter any residential or commercial building with the intent of stealing something. Subsection PC 459.5 specifically focuses on the act of entering a commercial building with the intent of stealing something. This is the part that focuses on the crime more commonly known as shoplifting.

According to PC 459.5, shoplifting is defined as entering an open business with the intent to steal less than $950 dollars. Stealing more than $950 dollars is considered burglary.

While this legal definition of shoplifting lines up nicely with most people’s understanding of what the crime is, there is another way a person can be guilty of shoplifting. If a person enters a bank and cashes a fraudulent check, they are guilty of shoplifting, provided the amount of money taken was less than $950. The reason for this is that the person entered a place of business, the bank, and stole the money by means of a fake check.

 Penalties of Shoplifting

Before the passing of Proposition 47 in 2014, if a person entered a business and stole any amount of property, regardless of total value, they would be charged with burglary. However, the passing of Prop 47 introduced the subsection PC 459.5 to law.

This new law separated the crime of shoplifting from burglary, thereby reducing the consequences of the crime. Remember, Prop 47 was meant to help reduce prison populations across the state by reducing the consequences for many crimes. This is why shoplifting got a slight separation from the act of burglary.

As it stands, breaking PC 459.5 is a misdemeanor offense. This means that it comes with the following consequences:

  • Summary probation.
  • Up to 6 months in jail.
  • A max fine of $1,000.

However, it is still possible for a person to receive harsher consequences for shoplifting. If a person has certain prior charges on their criminal record, then they can face felony shoplifting charges.

These come with the following consequences:

  • Felony probation.
  • 16 months, 2 years, or 3 years in jail.
  • A max fine of $10,000.

 The Difference between Shoplifting and Petty Theft

There is one quick, and simple distinction between the crime of shoplifting under PC 459.5 and the crime of petty theft under PC 488. Shoplifting is the act of attempting to steal something from a store. Petty theft is successfully stealing something from anyone, including a store.

In most cases, a person will more often be charged with either petty theft, if they stole less than $950 dollars, or grand theft if they stole more than that amount. California law makes it so that a person cannot be charged with both shoplifting and petty/grand theft. It has to be one or the other for a given instance.

Petty theft carries the same consequences as shoplifting.

 Don’t Steal in California

Stealing is never a good idea. The consequences of stealing are always worse than just buying the item in the first place. Fines and court fees can quickly outweigh the cost of legally purchasing an item from the store.

What do you think of California’s take on shoplifting? Are the consequences for the crime just right, or should they be more severe?

Let us know what you think in the comments down below.

Making Bail Cheap and Affordable

Making Bail Cheap and Affordable

 

When it comes to handling large expenses, people like to have options. This is especially true when it comes to bail. Even the cheapest bails in California cost several thousands of dollars. This is well out of reach of the average Californian. Luckily, there is a way to not only make bailing someone out of jail cheaper, but more affordable as well. All you have to do is contact Riverside Bail Bonds.

We have helped thousands of Californians deal with bail since our founding in 1987. Let us help you too. Coming to us for help means that you will only have to pay a fraction of the full bail price. This is due to the fact that our bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail. This makes the bail bond a whole lot cheaper.

Here at Riverside Bail Bonds we know that everyone is different. Things that work well for one person may not work well for others. That is why we accept a variety of payment options. We accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards. On top of that, our clients can make their payments online, in person, over the phone, or through the mail. They can use whichever methods work best for them.

On top of that, we provide discounts for qualified clients. For instance, clients with approved credit can get their bail bond for 0% down. This way, they don’t have to make a payment until a month after their loved one’s release. Some clients can get an additional 20% off the price of the bail bond if one of the co-signers:

  • Is a union member.
  • Is a military member.
  • Is a member of AARP.
  • Is a homeowner.
  • Has a private attorney.

Paying for bail may initially seem like an impossible task, but it doesn’t have to be. Just contact Riverside Bail Bonds. We provide our clients with cheap bail bonds and options that make the bail bond more affordable too.

Do you need bail help? If so, call (951)684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

Bail Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult

Bail Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult

Often times, the hardest thing to do, is learning how to do something new. Learning how to do something for the first time can be rough since a person has no idea how the thing might work. This can make it seem harder than it actually is. With enough practice, or even help from someone more experienced, getting through something new can actually be easy. This is definitely the case with bail.

Bailing someone out of jail for the first time may seem like a daunting task, but it can be very easy. All you need to do is contact the professionals here at Riverside Bail Bonds. Our bail agents have years of training and experience behind them which means they can expertly guide you through the bail process.

If you have any questions, our bail agents will always be there to answer them. Our agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This way, they will always be there for you whenever you need them most. You will never have to face bail alone when you come to us for help. Our agents will always have your back.

Once you start talking to one of our bail agents, they begin working for you. They will immediately begin filling out the paperwork for the bail bond and answer your questions about bail. From there, they will create a personalized payment plan for you and communicate with the jail to secure your loved one’s release.

  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

Bail may seem intimidating at first, but let our bail agents show you just how simple it can be. Our bail agents will guide you through the bail process step by step, answering your questions when need be. You will not have to face this new challenge alone.

What are you waiting for? You can call 951-684-4484 or click Chat With Us now to get started.

When Things Go Wrong, Plan on Using Riverside Bail Bonds

When Things Go Wrong, Plan on Using Riverside Bail Bonds

Despite all of the plans that you may make, you never know for sure what will happen on any given day. You could do everything right, and still something can go wrong. This is often the case when people discover that they need to bail out their loved one. They didn’t plan on posting bail, but their loved one made a mistake and needs help.

Luckily, even if someone wasn’t planning on posting any bail, bailing someone out of jail is easier than most people realize. All they have to do is contact Riverside Bail Bonds. Our professional bail agents are available whenever they are needed to offer their assistance. They will be more than happy to get you through the whole bail process.

Our bail agents are experts in their fields. They have years of training and experience behind them, which allows them to provide you with expert help. Our agents will answer all of your questions and walk you through each step of the bail process. With our agents helping you, your loved one will be out of jail in no time.

We know it can be hard to relax with a loved one stuck in jail, so we work hard to With our bail agents working 24/7 they can get your loved one out of jail quickly, at any time. In some counties, our bail agents can have your friend or family member out of jail in just two hours. No other bail bond company can work faster for you.

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se hablaEspanol

You might not have planned on bailing someone out of jail today, but you refuse to leave a friend or family member behind bars. Thankfully, bailing someone out of jail is a piece of cake with Riverside Bail Bonds. Our bail agents are always ready and waiting to offer their professional assistance to anyone who needs it, regardless of the time of day.

Are you ready to get started? If so, just call 951-684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

We Will Be with You for Every Step

We Will Be with You for Every Step

If you are like most people out there, than the only time that you have ever dealt with bail, has been when you watched some character deal with it ono TV. The truth of the matter is that many people out there are able to go their whole life without ever needing to worry about bail. Unfortunately, not everyone is so lucky, as you just discovered.

One of your family members was just arrested and needs help to post their bail. You have no idea how bail works, but you refuse to let that stop you from helping your loved one. While you are determined to make this work, you wouldn’t mind a little help. Luckily that can easily be found by contacting Riverside Bail Bonds.

For the past 30+ years, Riverside Bail Bonds has been helping Californians deal with bail. No matter where a person is located in the state, or what time it is when they call, we are there for them. We have bail agents located all over California and they are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

All you have to do is talk to one of our agents. They will answer your questions and guide you through each step of the bail process. They will walk you through the paperwork and talk to the jail for you. Our bail agents will do all of the hard work for you. You will not have to worry. We provide all kinds of services for our clients, including:

  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se hablaEspanol

You may not know much about bail, but rest assured that we do here at Riverside Bail Bonds. Our experienced bail agents know everything about the bail process and will be more than happy to help you deal with it. Our agents will be with you every step of the way and will help you get your loved one out of jail in no time at all.

Are you ready to get started? Consultations are free, so call 951-684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

You Still Love Your Family, No Matter What

You Still Love Your Family, No Matter What

Families are complicated relationships. Not every family member always sees eye to eye. However, this doesn’t mean that they don’t care about one another. Sometimes families just struggle with communication, but when things get rough, they know that they can count on one another. That is why, when your loved one got arrested, he came to you for help.

Your loved one came to you, not because you might know something about bail, but because you are reliable. If you are going to post his bail, you are going to need some reliable bail help. The best place to find that kind of help in the state of California is by contacting Riverside Bail Bonds.

Unlike families, we here at Riverside Bail Bonds excel at communication. We will talk with you and guide you through the bail bond process. Our agents will work with the jail to secure your loved one’s release. You can count on us to always be there to talk with you whenever you need us.

Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will always be ready to talk to you and lend a helping hand. We have offices all over California, and roaming bail agents in the areas in between to ensure that we can help every single Californian. Our bail agents here at Riverside Bail Bonds are always available for their clients.

  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se hablaEspanol

You may not have the best relationship with your arrested loved one, but you still love him. You will always be there for him, and he knows it. On top of that, Riverside Bail Bonds will always be there for you. We will have your back just like you have your loved one’s.

Are you ready to get started? If so, call 951-684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

Can Minors Drink in California?

Can Minors Drink in California?

As holidays such as Christmas and New Year’s roll around, there are plenty of parties to attend. Families get together to catch up and reflect on the passing year. These parties are full of fun, and typically, full of drinking. As long as there is no driving after the drinking, this is no problem for adults. After all, they can drink whenever they like.

However, problems can arise when the kids, especially teens, see all of the adults drinking. The fact that teens want to grow up sooner rather than later is no secret. One of their favorite requests is to join their parents and other adult relatives in drinking.

Some parents are fine with this request. They see no problem with it since the teen is in a safe and controlled environment surrounded by trusted adults. However, this is a problem in the State of California. If a parent or guardian is not careful, they could wind up in trouble with the law.

The Law in California

Here in California, and the rest of the United States, the legal age for a person to begin consuming alcohol is 21. Anyone under the age of 21 who consumes alcohol is breaking the law. The state of California makes it a crime to give or sell alcohol to a minor with Business and Professions Code 25658.

Under Business and Professions Code 25658, selling or furnishing alcohol to a minor is a misdemeanor offense. The law can apply to anyone who gives alcohol to a minor, or any minor who gets access to alcohol through the use of a fake ID.

What many people do not realize, is that this law applies to anyone who gives alcohol to a minor. This includes parents or guardians of the minor in question. If a minor is found to have a blood alcohol concentration of (BAC) 0.05% or greater, then the parent could face misdemeanor charges.

The Penalties

In California, parents who are found guilty of providing their child, who is a minor, with alcohol face misdemeanor charges.This means that they can face:

• Up to 1 year in county jail.
• A max fine of $1,000.
• Some combination of fine and jail time.

These penalties are just slightly better than what a random person would face for breaking Business and Professions Code 25658. In addition to the above penalties, a person breaking this law would also be required to complete at least 24 hours of community service. If the person knowingly sold alcohol to a minor they, or the business, can lose their license to sell alcohol.

If someone under the age of 21 purchases or consumes alcohol on their own, they will face:

• A $250 fine.
• 24 to 32 hours of community service.
• A 1 year suspension of their driver’s license, or a 1 year delay on being able to obtain their license.
Subsequent offenses lead to increased penalties for the minor in question.

Keep the Holidays Safe

While kids, especially teens, are always excited to grow up in a hurry, there are some things that should wait. Consuming alcohol is definitely one of those things. Not only is it not a great idea to allow a minor to consume alcohol, it can also get an adult into legal trouble. Even if the adult in question is the parent or guardian.

If a person wants to stay out of trouble this holiday season, then they need to drink responsibly. This means knowing their limits, having a designated driver (DD), and not allowing minors to consume alcohol. So long as a person does that, they can close out the year with loved ones and not behind bars.