Time is precious, and no one likes to have their time wasted. They have important things they want to do, and anything that distracts or takes away from that can be frustrating. This is one of the biggest reasons why people hate getting arrested. They do not want to be stuck in a jail cell when they could be out living life.
If you know someone who was recently arrested, you can bet that he or she is struggling with being locked behind bars. You can lend a hand by posting their bail. While this may sound like a daunting task, it is actually incredibly easy with Bail Bonds in Sunnyvale. We make bailing someone out of jail both easy and affordable for all of our clients.
Our bail agents know everything there is to know about bail. They will do everything in their power to help you out. This means answering your questions, walking you through the bail bond process, and providing personalized payment plans. You will get nothing from the best when you come to Bail Bonds in Sunnyvale.
Since an arrest can occur at any time, a bail agent needs to be ready to go at a moment’s notice. That is why our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The moment you decide to bail someone out of jail, one of our agents will be there to work with you. You can contact them at any time of the day no matter where you are in the state of California.
Our agents can provide all of the following for you:
- 20% Discount
- Phone approvals
- 0% Interest payment plans
- No hidden fees
- No collateral with working signer
- Se habla Espanol
No one likes having their times wasted, especially when that means sitting in a jail cell. Luckily, bailing someone out of jail can be a piece of cake with help from Bail Bonds in Sunnyvale. Our bail agents are always ready and waiting to help. All you need to do is get in touch with them, and they will get started with rescuing your loved one from jail.
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No one likes spinning their wheels and getting nowhere. Putting a bunch of energy and effort into something and getting no results is truly frustrating. This is especially true during stressful situations. A perfect example is trying to bail a friend or family member out of jail. You wouldn’t want to put in a bunch of effort with a bail bond company just to learn that they cannot help you. That is why you need to carefully choose the right bail bond company for you.
Luckily for Californians, finding a good bail bond company to work with is simple. All you need to do is contact San Jose Bail Bond Store. Since our founding in 1987, we have helped thousands of Californians rescue their loved ones from jail. We can help you too. Just talk to one of our bail agents.
Our agents are available to provide their professional bail help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will always be there for you. If you have questions, our agents will be more than happy to answer them. With their years of knowledge and training, our agents can guide you through the entire bail bond process.
Our agents will even work with their clients to make sure they can afford the bail bond. For starters, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the full bail amount. From there, that 10% can be divided up over several months, thereby reducing the upfront cost of the bail bond. Lastly, each monthly payment will be designed with your budget in mind. This way, you can actually afford to bail your loved one out of jail without missing any other payments in your life.
On top of making bail affordable, we also provide the following:
- 20% Discount
- Phone approvals
- 0% Interest payment plans
- No hidden fees
- No collateral with working signer
- Se habla Espanol
Contacting San Jose Bail Bond Store for bail help is not a waste of your time. Our agents will start working for you right away. They will provide you with an affordable bail bond and get your loved one out of jail quickly. No other bail bond company in California will take care of you like we will.
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The thought of bailing someone out of jail is not something that people like to consider. Not only does it mean that a friend or family member was arrested, but that you have to pay a large amount of money to get the person out. None of those are very exciting or happy thoughts. However, this does not mean that it is the end of the world if a loved one has been arrested.
Bailing someone out of jail does not have to be a bad experience. If you contact San Jose Bail Bond Store, you will get a caring bail agent who will assist you. Your agent will help you get your loved one out of jail easily and at an affordable price. With our agents, you will have a trustworthy and knowledgeable guide by your side.
Our bail agents are experts in their fields. They have years of training behind them, receive additional training every other year, and are backed by a company that has been in business for over 3 decades. When you have questions about bail, our agents will be able to provide you with the answers that you are looking for.
Since an arrest can occur at any time, you will need bail help at a moment’s notice. That is why our agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will always be there to talk to you whenever you need them. They will get to work right away, which means that you will never have to wait for normal business hours to rescue a loved one from jail.
You may not like the idea of needing to bail your loved one out of jail, but with our help you will see that there is nothing to worry about. Bailing someone out of jail is a piece of cake when San Jose Bail Bond Store is here to help you.
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While it may not feel like it in some areas of the state, winter has just about arrived. There is no denying that there is a definite chill in the air that wasn’t there a few weeks ago. As the days grow shorter, and more inclement weather begins to appear, driving becomes a little more treacherous.
It can be hard to remember that driving is dangerous when you do it every day, but that is definitely the case. No other time of the year does this become more apparent than in winter. During the coldest part of the year, roads become more slippery, which makes it easier for drivers to lose control of their vehicles.
When the weather starts to take a turn for the worse, most experts recommend to avoid driving in it altogether. Unfortunately, that is not always possible. There are somethings that just have to be done. If that is the case, a driver needs to be careful with how they procced depending on the weather that they are facing.
A good general rule of thumb is to slow down when road conditions get slick or slippery. Just because a speed limit sign says 50 MPH, does not mean you have to do that in wet conditions. In fact, a law enforcement officer can pull a person for driving too quickly in unsafe conditions even if they are going the speed limit. This is due to the fact that drivers are supposed to drive at speeds that are safe for the weather conditions.
If the roads are icy or covered in snow, then a driver needs to slow down everything that they do. This includes:
- Speed of travel
- Applying brakes
Due to the loss of traction that is experienced in icy conditions, doing anything too quickly can lead to a driver losing control of their vehicle.
In order to keep everyone on the road safe, including themselves, a driver need to be more cautious during the winter months. Sometimes that means slowing down.
It might mean getting somewhere late, but it also means getting there safely.
The Camp Fire is currently blazing across Northern California. The fire quickly became the deadliest in state history with a death toll of 56 as of writing this article. However, with over 200 people still missing, that number is likely to rise. Sadly, that is just the human aspect of the fire, the financial aspect is just as bad.
In its current state, the Camp Fire is estimated to have done roughly $15 billion in damages so far. While the official cause of the fire has yet to be determined, there is a chance that Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) may be found responsible. This is due to the fact that PG&E reported an outage and damage to a transmission tower near the area where the fire started, shortly before the blaze ignited. Last fall, it was determined that PG&E’s equipment had caused 17 of the 21 major fires Northern California experienced that season.
Earlier this year, California lawmakers tried to intervene and help PG&E out by passing Senate Bill 901. This law allowed utility companies to pass any expenses occurred due to fires to be passed on to ratepayers. Basically, if the company needed to pay off damages cause by a fire, they could use that as a reason to raise customer rates. However, this law only applies to any fires started in 2019, and to a select few from 2017.
If PG&E is found responsible for starting the Camp Fire, they could face serious trouble. The company is still working on paying off damages to 2017 fires and is not likely to be able to recover from this.
If they do, then ratepayers may end up paying for the fire with higher rates, which is something that many people cannot afford.
Once again, Californians are facing down massively destructive wildfires. These latest fires are a reminder that our state’s wildfire season extends well into fall thanks to the harsh winds that usually roll around this time of year. These winds can take what would have been a controlled blaze and cause them to burn out of control at an alarming rate. This is when it is important for everyone to remember to be careful about starting fires. Nobody wants to be responsible for the next big blaze.
In order to avoid starting a wildfire, a person needs to watch what they are doing. If they are not careful, their current task could spark something big. Campfires are an obvious example. If they are not set up in safe areas away from vegetation, then they can quickly burn out of control. They also need to be fully doused to ensure that no warm embers remain to reignite the fire. Also, never have a campfire when there are high amounts of winds as they can send embers into nearby vegetation. These rules also apply to anyone thinking about burning yard waste.
- Fireworks are another obvious cause of wildfires, which is why the more exciting ones are banned in the state unless handled by a licensed professional. Fireworks should never be used in windy situations, or near vegetation.
- Smokers need to be aware of how they dispose of their cigarettes, as they are another source of fire hazard. They need to be disposed of in a way that ensure that they either are completely put out, or that they cannot blow into any kindling. They should never be dropped on the ground or tossed out of a car window.
- Lastly, people need to be careful when suing vehicles near dry vegetation. A person should never park their vehicle on top of dry vegetation since the heat from the exhaust pipe is enough to cause plants to ignite. This is the case for cars, trucks, and off-road vehicles like motorcycles.
By following these tips, and using a bit of common sense, a person can greatly reduce the chance that their actions might spark a wildfire.
The holiday season is officially here, and many people are getting ready to have some fun at family parties. Everyone celebrates in their own special way, but many celebrations will be including alcohol. If that is the case, then a person should be prepared to get home safely that evening.
Thanksgiving is all about having a nice big dinner with family and being grateful for another year together. Since it’s a dinner celebration, there will likely be a bit of alcohol consumed. If that does happen, the person needs to have a safe ride home since, as everyone knows, driving with alcohol in your system is dangerous and illegal.
In order to avoid getting pulled over, best case scenario, or getting into an accident, worst case scenario, a person should have a designated driver. This can be a loved one who has not had any alcohol, or it can be a hired driver. That is the great thing about today’s modern world, it is so easy to get a taxi, Uber, or Lyft to take a person home. Often times, it can be done through an app on the person’s phone.
Drinking and driving is very dangerous, and results in dozens of deaths every single day in the United States. It is estimated that a person is killed in a drunk driving related accident every 50 minutes. This is a statistic that no one wants to be a part of. Luckily, that can easily be avoided by drinking responsibly, and having a designated driver.
When a person has an assigned designated driver to get them home, they do not have to worry about how much alcohol they are consuming at Thanksgiving this year.
All they really have to worry about is not giving the rest of the family another embarrassing story to talk about for years to come.
Thanksgiving is almost here and while many people are preparing for a big family get together, others are prepping for all of the sales and deals of Black Friday. The day after Thanksgiving, stores go all out and bring the holiday shopping season into full swing with insane one-day-only deals. Unfortunately the amazing deals have a tendency to make people a little crazy.
There have been far too many stories of people getting injured, or even killed due to the craziness of the day. In the mad rush to get a good deal, people get trampled, or people get into all out brawls trying to get certain items. It is all a bit much, especially after a day of giving thanks for what you have.
If a person is planning on going deal hunting on Black Friday, they need to be careful. No one wants to end up as another Black Friday news story.
Here are some tips to stay safe and healthy this Black Friday:
- Bring snacks and water if you are going to be shopping for long periods of time.
- Bring hand warmers if you will be standing outside in lines.
- Park in well-lit areas and keep keys in hand when walking to cars.
- Leave kids at home, this is too chaotic for them.
- Keep wallets secure by storing them in front pockets or fanny pack.
- Never set a purse down, if you take one.
- Keep all purchases in brown bags since thieves will be prowling parking lots looking for bags from high end stores.
- Remember that not getting an item is not the end of the world. Nothing in any store is worth starting a fight over.
If a person follows these tips, they can help keep themselves, and others, safe this Black Friday.
Often times, when it comes to reporting crimes, people are afraid to do so. There is a fear that by doing so, something bad will happen to them. That is why many law enforcement agencies have worked to create ways for people to contact them anonymously. This way, the agencies can still get the information they need from the general public, and the tipster can help out without fear of getting into trouble.
One way of doing this is through Crime Stoppers. This is organization operates all over the United States and is here in California as well. One branch covers crimes in the Los Angeles region. The organization takes anonymous tips and forwards them to local law enforcement agencies in order to help them solve cases.
Crime Stoppers offers three different ways for a person to supply an anonymous tip, making it a very easy thing to do. A person can leave a tip:
- Online at the Crime Stoppers’ website.
- Over the phone with the toll free number available on their site.
- Through the P3 Tips mobile app.
Crime Stoppers even offers rewards for tips that help lead to arrests in certain cases.
With Crime Stoppers, people can provide their local law enforcement with the tips they need to solve a case while still remaining anonymous.
They do not have to worry about getting into any kind of trouble just for getting involved.
Here in the US, we like to make sure that our law enforcement officers have the latest and greatest tech at their disposal. This, along with their training, helps ensure that they can do their jobs to the best of their ability. However, even for us, there are some bits of technology that are too advanced to be used in the field just yet. However, that is not the same for police officers elsewhere in the world.
Police officers in Dubai are getting to test out and train on some brand new tech that would make just about anyone jealous. The Dubai police force is already known for having a fleet of super cars including a few Bugatti, Ferrari, and Lamborghini. Now, the police force is training officers on flying motorcycles.
The plan is to have these officers and vehicles in service by 2020. A California company, Hoversurf, created the electrical vertical take-off vehicles and has a deal with the Dubai police force to provide them with a few of their vehicles. If the police force likes the vehicles, then they will be able to request some more.
Currently, this tech is very new, and therefore limited. The bike’s battery takes 2 and a half hours to fully charge and can stay airborne for 10-25 minutes when controlled by and carrying a pilot. When flying in drone mode, it can fly for around 40 minutes. Both the Dubai police force and Hoversurf are looking into ways to improve the vehicle, giving it more flight time.
This could be the first step in new technology. If it goes well, we could soon see these kinds of vehicles here in the states as well. Just imagine getting pulled over by a hover bike.