Category Archives: Selma Bail Bonds

Can I Sue My Neighbor for Harassment?

Can I Sue My Neighbor for Harassment?

In a perfect world, you have great neighbors who you not only like and respect but who are also willing to step up and lend a hand whenever needed. The problem is that we don’t live in a perfect world. While some of us are blessed with fantastic neighbors, others have neighbors who seem determined […]

Violating a Court Order in California

Violating a Court Order in California

When the court issues an order, you have no choice but to follow it. Failing to adhere to the court order will only make an already bad situation even worse. While you might consider violating a court order to be an act of rebellion, California lawmakers don’t. As for as California lawmakers are concerned, anyone […]

Prowling in California

Prowling in California

If you’re caught wandering around a private property there’s a good chance that in addition to trespassing charges, you’ll also be charged with prowling. Prowling is dealt with in California’s Penal Code 647i PC. It defines a prowler as a person, “who, while loitering, prowling, or wandering upon the private property of another, at any […]

Advantages of Phone Approval Bail Bonds

Advantages of Phone Approval Bail Bonds

There are many reasons you should turn to Bulldog Bail Bonds in Fresno when you or a loved one needs a bail bond. One of those reasons is that we offer phone approval bail bonds. You won’t believe how much the phone approval simplifies your current situation. What are Phone Approval Bail Bonds Phone approval […]

Can You Bail Someone Out of Jail When You’re Broke

Can You Bail Someone Out of Jail When You’re Broke

One of your favorite loved ones has been arrested. You desperately want to help by posting bail. The only problem is that while your intentions are good and your heart is in the right place, you don’t have any money. The good news is that just because you don’t have any extra money on hand, […]

Manufacturing and Distributing Fake Identification

Manufacturing and Distributing Fake Identification

It doesn’t matter if you’re manufacturing and distributing fake identification cards because you want to help someone out or because you’re trying to supplement your income, you’re breaking the law. If you’re caught, you’ll face some very serious criminal charges. In California, manufacturing fake identification cards is a misdemeanor that’s discussed in Vehicle Code 1300.4.1 […]

Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor in California

Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor in California

Many people have heard the term, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, but they don’t really know what it means. Nor do they fully understand how it can be against the law in California. Contributing to the delinquency of a minor in California is a violation of Penal Code 272 PC. It states: “Every […]

Riding Your Bike While Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol in California

Riding Your Bike While Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol in California

The rising fuel costs are causing many of us to take a second look at our bikes. Now they not only seem like a pleasant way to stay in shape but also a viable way to ease transportation costs. Not only can you use your bike to get from your home to your workplace, but […]

Creating a Public Nuisance in California

Creating a Public Nuisance in California

California residents are expected to behave a certain way. One of the big expectations is that they will be respectful of the general public. Individuals who behave in a way that’s considered blatantly disrespectful can be charged with creating a public nuisance. There are several different things you could do that would cause people to […]

Understanding the Difference Between Infractions, Misdemeanors, and Felonies

Understanding the Difference Between Infractions, Misdemeanors, and Felonies

The justice system labels crimes as infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. While these different categories of legal offenses have been around for a long time, very few people who aren’t directly connected to law enforcement or criminal lawfully understand how each type of crime is different.’ Infractions People who are guilty of an infraction have technically […]