What Do You Know about Bail?

What Do You Know about Bail?

What Do You Know about Bail?

If someone were to ask you how much you knew about bail, how much could you tell them? If you are like most people, than you might not be able to say more than bail is paying a lot of money to get someone out of jail. This is the most basic understanding of bail, and for the average individual, that is enough to get by in life. After all, most people only encounter bail on TV screens.

Unfortunately, not everyone is so lucky. Some people out there get a surprise call from a loved one who now needs help getting out of jail. Since she is your loved one, you agree to help, but you have no idea how to do so. Luckily, there are professionals out there who can help you. All you have to do is contact Fresno Bail Bonds.

Our bail agents have years of training and experience behind them...

Let Us Take Care of You and Your Loved One

Let Us Take Care of You and Your Loved One

Let Us Take Care of You and Your Loved One

Everyone has at least one person in their life that they like to share everything with. Whenever something good happens, you just can’t wait to tell this person about it. When something goes wrong, you can count on that person to help you get through it, and vice versa. That is why, when your loved one calls you from jail, you promise to help get him or her out.

If you are going to bail a loved one out of jail, you are going to need help, and not just any help. You want the same kind of dedication and commitment that you provide. Finding high quality help would be difficult, if you didn’t already know about Bulldog Bail Bonds in Kerman. We provide the best bail help in all of California.

Since 1987, our bail agents have been aiding Californians with bail. This gives us over 30 y...

What Are Your Rights Regarding Police Searches Of Property?

What Are Your Rights Regarding Police Searches Of Property?

What Are Your Rights Regarding Police Searches Of Property?

When it comes to performing investigations, law enforcement officers have to follow certain rules and laws just like everyone else.

The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects all US citizens from unreasonable search and seizures.

This means that law enforcement officers can only search a person’s property provided they have a good reason that has been approved by a court, the owner of the property allows it, or the officer has probable cause to do so.

This applies to all of a person’s property, including:

If a person does not give their consent to let an officer search through their personal possessions, then the officer will need to get a warrant...

Could Your Texts Be Taxed In The Future?

Could Your Texts Be Taxed In The Future?

Could Your Texts Be Taxed In The Future?

Californians pay a lot of different and expensive taxes. According to a recent report from Mercury News, the state’s Public Utilities Commission will be considering a new tax. This wouldn’t be just a new tax for California, it would likely be the first tax of its kind. The tax would also be one that a large majority of the population would probably be very upset over.

California regulators are currently looking into the idea of taxing text messages.

This is not a joke, the Public Utilities Commission is seriously looking into the matter. They are looking for ways to help provide funds for programs that make phone services accessible for poor people.

As anyone could imagine, this news has create quite a bit of uproar against the idea...

Drivers Have To Stop

Drivers Have To Stop

Drivers Have To Stop

California is notorious for having drivers who like to play by their own rules. Drivers in the state seem to follow the mentality that if everyone does it, it must be okay. However, this is not the case. After all, if other drivers drove off of a bridge, you wouldn’t follow them. Besides, a driver can still get into trouble for breaking a law, even if other drivers broke it too.

A perfect example of this is when drivers approach stop signs. A driver is supposed to come to a full stop at the limit line, the white line in the road, when they approach a stop sign. This is required by law. However, many drivers prefer to do a rolling stop, also known as a California stop.

A rolling stop occurs when a vehicle does not stop. Instead, it slows to an almost stop, then continues on without trul...

Where Is Your Food Prepared?

Where Is Your Food Prepared?

Where Is Your Food Prepared?

Everybody is a fan of good food, and most people would argue that the best food out there isn’t found in restaurants. The best food is found in family kitchens. Over the past few years, there has been a growing trend of people selling food that they made in their own homes. While this often provides people with some of the best food they have ever tasted, it does pose a few health concerns. That is why the practice was illegal in the state of California.

The key word there is was.

Starting January of 2019, entrepreneurs will be able to sell food they prepared in their home kitchens.

This change came about thanks to Assembly Bill 626, which was authored by Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia...

Safe Winter Driving Tips

Safe Winter Driving Tips

Safe Winter Driving Tips

While it may feel like fall just started, winter has arrived in parts of California. Soon enough, the entire state will be dealing with a chill in the air and storm clouds gathering on the horizon. Rains, snow, and ice will begin to affect the roads, creating dangerous driving conditions. When this happens, drivers need to proceed with caution, or risk being in a fender bender.

As road conditions worsen, drivers are supposed to adjust their driving accordingly. By doing so, they decrease the chances of themselves being in an accident.

Driving In Rainy Weather

Drivers should slow down. Sometimes in bad rain, even going the posted speed limit can be dangerous. On wet roads, cars can lose traction with the road and begin to hydroplane across the water, causing them to careen out of control...

Sometimes Even The Police Need Help

Sometimes Even The Police Need Help

Sometimes Even The Police Need Help

When it comes to solving crimes, everyone trusts that the local law enforcement agencies will take care of it. After all, that is their job. They find the clues to track down the criminals and keep everyone safe. They do this on a daily basis. In fact, they do their jobs so well that many people often forget that sometimes police officers need help.

Even with all of the tools and training at their disposal, sometimes police officers miss something. This is usually due to the fact that they simply weren’t there to witness it. This is when they turn to the general public for help.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of people out there who are uncomfortable with the idea of giving information to police officers...

Can Your Neighbor Park And Block Your Driveway?

Can Your Neighbor Park And Block Your Driveway?

Can Your Neighbor Park And Block Your Driveway?

The downside to living in a city or residential area is that it’s not uncommon for someone to park in such a way that it blocks your driveway. Luckily, in most cases the driver is only there for a few minutes before they move on, but every once in a while you’ll encounter some rude driver who doesn’t seem to see why you are upset about the fact that they’ve been blocking their driveway for hours.

The good news is that you do have some legal options.

The first thing you should do is ask the person to move their vehicle. No matter how irritated you are over the situation, while dealing with the driver, stay calm, cool, and collected. Remember that you can catch more flies with honey than vinegar...

Can You Drive While High?

Can You Drive While High?

Can You Drive While High?

At the start of 2018, California made it legal for marijuana to be sold from licensed dispensaries. This allowed people to consume marijuana recreationally, much in the same way that alcohol is allowed to be used. While this excited many people, some failed to realize some of the implications of the new law.

The biggest factor of the law, is that while people are allowed to use marijuana recreationally, they still need to be responsible. Many of the new rules regarding the usage of marijuana are comparable to the laws around the drinking of alcohol. This includes the rule that a person cannot legally drive a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

If a person is caught driving while under the influence of marijuana, they will likely face DUI charges...