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Do You Need a Warrant Check?

Do You Need a Warrant Check?

 

No one ever wants to get arrested, but often times, the arrest comes without warning. It can be difficult for a person to know if a warrant has been issued for an arrest. This is due to the fact that police don’t inform people of their warrant, since if they could reach the person in question, they would just arrest him or her. This makes learning about any warrants difficult.

Luckily, there are people out there who can help. Here at Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona, we provide warrant checks where possible. In the counties where we can’t perform warrant checks, we can inform our clients on how to find out for themselves. What we can do for you depends on where you think the warrant might have been issued.

If a person suspects that a warrant has been issued for their arrest, they can contact one of our bail agents for help. Depending on the county, our bail agents may be able to perform a check to see if a warrant has been issued for your arrest. If we can’t perform a check in that county, then we will happily help you find out for yourself.

If we performed a check and there was a warrant for your arrest, we can help you with that too. We can begin setting up a bail bond before you turn yourself in. this way, once they assign a bail amount, we can finalize the paperwork and post bail quickly. This will shorten your time spent in jail.

This is just one of the services that we can provide for our clients, some of the other services include:

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  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
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No one likes the feeling that someone is out there looking for them. That is exactly what having a warrant can feel like. Luckily, Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona is here to offer some help. While we can’t perform warrant checks in every county, we will definitely help out in the counties where we can.

To find out what counties we can perform warrant checks in, talk to one of our bail agents for free at (951) 684-4484 or click Chat With Us.

5 Commonly Ignored Driving Laws

5 Commonly Ignored Driving Laws

 

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nyone who has ever driven knows that there are a lot of laws to follow while on the road. With so many different things to pay attention to, it can be hard to follow all of the rules 100% of the time. This is especially true when people witness others breaking certain laws and figure if those people can do it, so can they.

There are dozens of different driving laws that people break every single day. Some of the most common ones include the following:

 Speeding over the Limit

This one is obvious. People speed just about everywhere you go, but especially in California. In fact, it is not uncommon to come across sections of highway where the posted limit is 55 mph and yet every driver on the road is doing a minimum of 70 mph. Regardless, driving over the posted speed limit is illegal no matter how many other drivers do it.

 Stopping at Stop Signs

Some drivers see stop signs and somehow read them as “slow down a little” instead of “stop.” This in turn leads to numerous accidents. In addition to that, it can lead to a ticket for the driver. Failing to stop at a stop sign is an infraction level offense that comes with a small fine and a point on a driver’s record.

 Seatbelts Are Required

For a lot of people, buckling up when they get into a car is automatic. However, some people struggle with the idea of buckling up every single time they are in a vehicle. Being in a moving vehicle without a seatbelt is not only dangerous, but also illegal. This can earn a driver another infraction, and if they are driving a vehicle with someone under the age of 16 unbuckled in the car, they can face a separate citation for that as well.

 Distracted Driving Is Dangerous

Everyone is aware that driving while distracted by just about anything, but mainly smart phones, can be incredibly dangerous. Some studies have even found that distracted driving is more dangerous than driving while intoxicated or drunk. This is likely due to the fact that at least the drunk driver is trying to focus on the road, while the distracted driver is more concerned with sending a text, applying makeup, or eating. Despite this, and the fact that distracted driving is illegal, people do this every day. If a person doesn’t wind up in an accident, they could face a ticket with some small fines.

 Hit and Run

Whenever people mess up, they are afraid of the consequences. After all, nobody likes getting into trouble. Unfortunately, sometimes things happen and a person is in an accident. The worst thing they can do is leave the scene of the crime. If they do this, it no longer matters if they were responsible for the accident. They left the scene and could have even left someone injured and dying. That is horrible, which is why it is illegal for a driver to leave the scene of an accident that they were involved in without first administering any needed aid or leaving contact information. The consequences for doing so can vary depending on the severity of the accident.

 Keep These Laws in Mind While Driving

There are all sorts of laws that California drivers seem to forget about. Drivers need to remember these rules, not only to avoid an expensive ticket, since even the small fines are often a few hundred dollars, but to avoid ending up in a serious accident. Many of these laws were enacted to help keep people safe while driving. Failing to follow several of these could easily cost a person their life. Nobody wants that.

Are there any other California laws that you see drivers forgetting on a regular basis that are missing from this list? If so, share them below and help other drivers remember them.

Don’t Let Bail Ruin Your Day

Don’t Let Bail Ruin Your Day

 

One call can ruin your day. Finding out that someone you care about has been arrested is horrible. Luckily, one phone call is all it takes to fix the problem too. Just talk to the professionals here at Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona. For over 30 years we have helped Californians face bail. We can help you too.

Since Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona’s founding in 1987, we have helped thousands of clients face bail. With all of their years of training, our bail agents know everything about bail. With just a small bit of information about your loved one, our agents can answer all of your questions. All they need to get started is your loved one’s name, birthday, and county of arrest.

Once our agents have that information in hand, they can locate your loved one in the county database. There they can get the rest of the information they need and find the details on the arrest itself. This allows our agents to simultaneously answer your questions and fill out the paperwork for the bail bond.

When it comes to the bond itself, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. This means you get a 90% discount just by coming to us. On top of this discount, we create personalized payment plans for all of our clients. This helps reduce the upfront cost of bailing someone out of jail, making it much more manageable.

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

Signing for the bail bond is a piece of cake. So long as one of the co-signers for the bond is working, then we can use that signature as collateral. Plus, with Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona, you will never have to worry about hidden fees. The price we tell you is the price you will pay. We never try to milk more money out of our clients.

Don’t let your day be ruined. Make it better by contacting Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona at (951)684-4484 or by clicking Chat With Us now.

Be Careful Where You Walk Your Dog This Summer

Be Careful Where You Walk Your Dog This Summer

Taking care of others isn’t always easy. Often times, the other person or creature needs constant supervision to keep them safe and healthy. Without a constant, watchful eye, the dependent could cause trouble, get hurt, or worse. This is often the case with pets, especially dogs.

Dogs need to be walked and cleaned regularly. Luckily, with summer here, walking dogs is no big deal. The mornings and evening in summer provide the best weather for taking a pup on a nice stroll around a park or along a hiking trail. However, there is a danger for dogs lurking along trails and out there in the wilderness, one that many people would not initially expect.

Foxtails Can Be Harmful to Dogs

Everyone knows that summer brings warmer weather with it. While this warmer weather can be enjoyable for going outside, it cooks the landscape. As plants begin to dry up, many of them begin to seed before dying. One grass in particular has what, at first glance, may appear harmless, but in actuality can be dangerous to dogs. These plants are called foxtail grasses.

Foxtail grasses are clumps of grasses that come in varying sizes. The grasses can be recognized by their fluffy looking flower and seed cluster. These seed clusters often hold hundreds of seeds that all look like tiny foxtails, which is where the name comes from.

A person has often encountered these seeds while hiking when they feel something poking them in their sock. These seeds are great at getting lodged into anything scraggily, such as socks, and can be very uncomfortable. Luckily, when a person feels the seed poking them, it can be removed easily enough with a bit of firm pulling to untangle it. Unfortunately, for fury companions, getting stuck with one of these seeds can be more harmful.

These seeds like to get lodged in dog’s furs, ears, and noses. Not only is this likely incredibly annoying for the poor pooch, it can cause a bit of harm to the pup if left untreated. The seeds can end up getting lodged further into the skin, where it can cause an infection. The infection can become lethal to the dog if left untreated.

In order to keep dogs healthy and happy, and owner needs to brush down their dog after any walk. This should remove any foxtails from the pup’s fur. Then the owner should checks for any foxtails in their dog’s ears, nose, and in-between paws. If any are found, they should be removed as soon as possible. If things start to get bad, the person should take their dog to the vet.

Keep an Eye out for Foxtails

After California’s surprisingly rainy spring, there are plenty of foxtails out their just waiting to get lodged in some poor dog’s fur. A dog owner should choose their walking locations carefully, and avoid any areas where foxtails. A person should also weed their yard and get rid of any foxtail grasses there to help keep the yard safe for dogs.

All any good dog owner wants to do is keep their pup healthy and happy, and keeping the pooch away from foxtails is a great way to do that. Has your pooch ever had a bad encounter with foxtails? Do you have any tips for dealing with foxtails, or for any other problems that a caring dog owner should know about? Share them in the comments below and help others keep their pups safe from harm.

Can Police Officers Search Your Electronics?

Can Police Officers Search Your Electronics?

In the modern age, so much of our lives revolve around electronic devices. How many of us would be able to go a day without our cellphone in hand? Probably not many of us. It’s no wonder that since electronic devices like this have become so commonplace that law enforcement officers may need to see them during criminal investigations.

A very common question that most people have is when can a police officer search through my phone or other digital devices? The answer is the same for when can an officer search your home or house: they either need your consent to do so, a warrant that specifically lists the item in question, or when they have reason to believe that the searching of the device will prevent a crime.

This right is protected under the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. The Fourth Amendment protects all US citizens from unreasonable search and seizures of property. This includes digital property stored on electronic devices.

If a law enforcement officer searches your phone or other devices illegally, then nothing they find there can be used as evidence against you since it was obtained illegally. Furthermore, consent to search a device has to be given freely, it cannot be coerced out of an individual. Lastly, a warrant to search a device has to specifically list what types of files can be looked at on the device, and the officer cannot stray from that list.

The modern world is always changing, and that means that laws need to change and update with it. This is why the Fourth Amendment, which was written a few hundred years before any electronic devices were invented, now covers the search of those devices. It is a way to prevent law enforcement officers from abusing the powers granted to them. Unfortunately not every officer out there is aware of this, and may claim otherwise. If that is the case, and an officer demands to search your device without a warrant, calmly and politely refuse while informing the officer that the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects your devices from unreasonable searches.

What Are Your Kids Doing This Summer?

What Are Your Kids Doing This Summer?

Summer is here and schools have let out for the year. Children are excited as they get to experience a bit of freedom for the next few months. However, parents might be approaching the break with a bit of apprehension. How are they supposed to keep their children entertained for the next few months while maintaining a proper work schedule?

Juggling kids and a job is not an easy task, but it can be done. Some parents may have kids who are old enough to take care of themselves during the work day. While this is nice, don’t forget to keep in touch with them. They still need an adult’s guidance from time to time.

In today’s modern world, it is easier than ever for kids to get ahold of material that may not be appropriate for younger audiences. It is very important for parents to monitor what their children are doing when they are online. Doing so can keep them from finding inappropriate content and ensure that they are behaving themselves online.

Aside from the online world, there is still the physical world to worry about this summer. Some tips for ensuring your child’s safety this summer include:

  • Establishing a trusted network with other adults, such as neighbors and parents of your child’s friends. This can help keep you informed should anything come up, and give you someone you can rely on for help.
  • Getting to know your kid’s friends. By doing this, you will be able to see what kind of influence these friends might be having on your child.
  • Keeping snacks at home. This one is simple, but effective. By keeping plenty of snacks at home, you ensure that your child will regularly return to the house in order to find something to munch on.
  • Talking with your kids. You should set aside some time every day to talk with your child. This will help keep you in the loop and build a relationship with the child.

Summer break is finally here, and you can bet that your kids are excited. Your kid may be old enough to be on his or her own, but that doesn’t mean they are safe. Make sure that you keep in touch with them throughout the entire summer to ensure their safety and well being.

Truly Weird Rules of the Road

Truly Weird Rules of the Road

Drivers training is the time when you learn what things you can and can’t do while behind the wheel, however, it turns out that there are a few California road rules your driver’s training instructor failed to mention.

The Road Isn’t the Place to Take a Nap

Most of us have had a time when we found we were just too tired to keep driving. The simplest solution is to pull over somewhere and grab a quick power nap. If road fatigue strikes you while you’re traveling through Eureka California, it’s in your best interest to find a fast food place or nice rest area before parking. The town has a strict law stating that while you’re there, you’re breaking the law each time you use the road as a bed. While it’s likely that the creators of the law were trying to discourage anyone from laying down on the asphalt, it’s possible that if an police officer stops to find out why your car is parked on the side of the road and catches you napping, they may decide to issue you a ticket.

The Road is Meant for Rutabagas

There was a time when Chico California was looking at their annual budget and trying to figure out how they could tighten things up. One of the decisions the budgetary committee made was to lower their annual crop dusting bill. They decided that one of the best ways to do this was passing a law that makes it illegal to plant rutabagas in or near the roads. So, if you have a yen for home grown rutabaga and live in Chico, keep your gardening efforts contained to your own property.

Keep Your Margaritas in Their Glass

Hermosa Beach, California town officials are trying to keep the roads and peoples’ vehicles free of the damage done by salt. This effort prompted them to pass a law that makes it illegal to spill margaritas on the any Hermosa Beach street. So, finish that drink before heading outside.

Keep Your Entire Body in the Vehicle

Rumor has it that the reason Glendale California’s town officials opted to pass a law making it illegal for anyone to jump out of their car while it’s traveling 65mph is due to pressure that was being put on them by insurance lobbyists. The reason the law was passed isn’t nearly as important as the knowledge that if you’re passing through Glendale and are suddenly struck by an overwhelming urge to leap from your moving vehicle, you should check your speedometer.

California Could Legalize Street Vendors across the State

California Could Legalize Street Vendors across the State

In many cities across the state of California, there are restrictions and laws against street side vendors. Many cities, such as Los Angeles, make it a criminal act to sell food without a license, which means any street vendor caught doing so could face jail time. Some people feel that this is too harsh of a punishment, which is why Senator Ricardo Lara has a new proposal aimed at changing that.

Senator Lara’s proposed law would make it so that cities all across the state could not regulate or ban street vendors unless the city has a licensing system in place that meets several requirements that would be set by the state. This new state law would overwrite any city laws and ordinances that do not mesh with it.

Cities would also not be permitted to prevent vendors from selling in parks. Vendors will also not be required to seek permission from brick-and-mortar business owners to sell in front of their stores. Of course, this raises concerns for many brick-and-mortar store owners.

These store owners feel that this law could negatively affect them by allowing street vendors to set up shop wherever they please. They could cause disturbances and block sidewalks, they can create excess litter, and create unfair competition for the store owners.

Many Californians are concerned by the fact that the state is trying to micromanage cities in neighborhoods who may not want street vendors on their sidewalks. While Senator Lara has attempted to remove some of those concerns, he has yet to give all of the details with regards to the bill. Concerned Californians will just have to wait and see how this all turns out.

Corona Bail Bond Store Will Help You Make Bail Affordable

Corona Bail Bond Store

One moment you can be perfectly fine, going on about your day the same way you always do, then it comes crashing down around you. You find out that one of your loved ones was arrested and they are calling on you for help. You think you cannot afford to bail, but you could, if you call Corona Bail Bond Store.

For the past 28 years, Corona Bail Bond Store have been making bail bond more affordable for our clients. We offer discounts and payment plans and promise to never surprise you with hidden fees. For clients who have a co-signer who is a member of the military, a member of AARP, a homeowner or has a private attorney, we can offer up to a 20% discount on the bail bond.

Unlike our competitors who will simply quote you a price and abandon you if you cannot afford it, our bail agents will work with you. Our bail bondsmen will help you come up with a customized payment plan that actually fits into your budget. This way, you can truly afford to bail out your loved one.

For bail bonds you can afford, call Corona Bail Bond Store at 951-684-4484 or click here to CHAT WITH US now.

We have bail bondsmen helping people all over California. Some work in offices and others roam the areas in between the offices so we can help everyone. Day or night, our bail agents are always available to offer you their assistance. You should never hesitate to call.

You can count on Corona Bail Bond Store to be there for you and your loved one when you need help. Our bail agents are always available and will work with you to make sure you can afford to bail. We provide discounts and payment plans to help you rescue your loved one at an affordable price.

Corona Bail Bond Store Makes Bailing Easier & Cheaper For All

Corona Bail Bond Store

Everyday thousands of people gets arrested in California alone, and yet so many people have nothing set aside in case someone they care about has been arrested. If one of your loved one got arrested and you do not think you can help, think again. There are trustworthy bail agents ready and waiting to help you at Corona Bail Bond Store.

Corona Bail Bond Store is a statewide, family-owned company and have been around for 28 years now. If your loved one was arrested anywhere in California, we can help. We have offices and bail agents in cities all over the state. Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can count on them to always be there for you.

Get the bail bond process  started by calling Corona Bail Bond Store now at 951-684-4484.

Our bail agents will guide you through the bail bond process and will do everything they can to try and make the process easy. We can also make the bail bond more affordable for you. If you or one of your co-signers is a member of the military, a member of AARP, is a homeowner, or has a private attorney then we can offer you a 20% discount on the bail bond. We will even work with you to come up with a customized payment plan that fits into your budget.

At Corona Bail Bond Store, we do what we can to try and make bail bonds easier and cheaper for all. We know how difficult and unexpected a loved one’s arrest can be, so we want you to relax and let us do the work.

Don’t waste your time with other bail bond  companies, call Corona Bail Bond Store for real bail  help at 951-684-4484.

Corona Bail Bond Store’ Years Of Experience Help Us Take Better Care Of You

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If one of your friends or family members gets arrested, would you know how to get them out of jail? Choosing a bail bond company can be difficult if you do not know what you are looking for. You want to find a bail bondsman that understands the importance of helping their clients at a reasonable price.

Corona Bail Bond Store have been bailing Californians bailed out of jail since 1987. We have nearly 30 years of experience helping people and their loved ones. These years of experience help us take better care of our clients and their loved ones. No other bail bond company can take care of you like Corona Bail Bond Store can.

We treat all of our clients with dignity and respect they deserve. We are here to help you get your friend or family member out of jail as quickly and affordably as possible. Our bail agents will walk you through the bail bond process and answer any questions you might have. You can always count on our caring bail agents at Corona Bail Bond Store to be there for you.

Call Corona Bail Bond Store now at 951-684-4484 to see just how good we are.

When you call Corona Bail Bond Store, our bail agents will instantly begin working with you to get your loved one out of jail. Unlike our competitors, we work with you to create a personalized payment plan that fits into your budget. Once we have received all the needed information on your loved one, we can begin working on an affordable payment plan.

We have office located in cities all over California for your convenience. No matter where in the state your loved one has been arrested, Corona Bail Bond Store can bail them out. Depending on the county in which your friend or family member was arrested, we can have him or her out of jail in as little as 2 hours.

Bail help is only a phone call away at Corona Bail Bond Store, call 951-684-4484 now.