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Don’t Worry, We’ll Make Bail Easier

Don’t Worry, We’ll Make Bail Easier

Don’t Worry, We’ll Make Bail Easier

Most large expenses, a person is able to prepare for. This makes them much easier to deal with and handle accordingly. Unfortunately, saving up isn’t always an option. Sometimes emergencies arise, and they cannot really be prepared for. After all, that is why they are called emergencies. A perfect example of this, would be when a friend or family member gets arrested.

Suddenly, a person finds themselves needing to post bail, but doesn’t have the money to actually do so. This leaves the person in a very tight spot. He or she wants to help out a loved one, but doesn’t think he or she is be able to do so. Luckily, there is a cheaper solution to posting bail alone. Just get a bail bond from David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia.

We provide our clients with bail bonds that only cost 10% of the bail that they are for.

This is a huge discount on the cost of bailing someone out of jail. However, we do not stop there.

We are able to provide an additional discount for clients who qualify.

If a clients has good credit, he or she can qualify to get 0% down on the bail bond. This means that the the first month of the payment plan is FREE. Qualified clients does not have to make a payment on the bond until a month after the release of a loved one from jail. This can help our clients the time they need to get enough money to pay for the bail bond.

At David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, we know how difficult it can be to deal with an emergency situation like bailing a loved one. That is why we do everything that we can to make the bail process as easy as possible. If a person needs to rescue a loved one from jail, they can count on us to help out.

For a FREE consultation or if you have any questions regarding bail bonds, call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 1-866-485-6356 or 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

Have A Safe Holiday Season This Year

Have A Safe Holiday Season This Year

Have A Safe Holiday Season This Year

The holiday season is officially here, and many people are getting ready to have some fun at family, friends, or office 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.

Holiday season is all about getting together with people you are close with. Since it’s a 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 someone 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. All they really have to worry about is not giving the people they are with another embarrassing story to talk about for years to come.
 

Be There For Family

Be There For Family

Be There For Family

You may not always get along with your family, but at the end of the day, you still love those people. You would do anything for them, and they would do the same for you. Being able to depend on someone like that is a rare gift, one that should not be taken for granted. That is why, if one of your family members calls on you for help, you should lend them a hand.

Never is this truer than when that person is calling you from jail. If someone you love is in jail, then you want to bail him or her out.

Jail is not a place where you want your loved ones to be.

That is why you are looking for a way to post his or her bail. The problem is, bail is very expensive in California. Luckily, there is a cheaper solution.

Posting bail becomes much more affordable when you come to David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia for a bail bond. Our bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. This means that no matter what price the bail is set at, you will get a 90% discount by coming to us. By providing this discount to our clients, many Californians realize that they are able to afford bailing out their loved one.

On top of providing clients with a cheap alternative to posting bail, we allow them to pay for the bond with a personalized payment plan. This plan breaks up the cost of the bail bond and spreads it out over several months making it much more affordable. Each monthly installment will be tailored to fit your financial budget.

Bailing someone out of jail may not be something that you want to do, but it is not as bad as you think. Bailing a loved one out of jail is a piece of cake with David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. We make bailing someone out of jail cheap and affordable. We can help you be there for your loved one.

Consultation at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia is FREE, so call and talk to one of our reliable bail agents at 1-866-485-6356 or 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

The Legal Ins And Outs Of Hidden Cameras

The Legal Ins And Outs Of Hidden Cameras

The Legal Ins And Outs Of Hidden Cameras

Hidden cameras have become a surprisingly popular thing in the United States. These days, it seems like nearly everyone has a hidden camera, frequently called a nanny cam, tucked into their house. The question is: are nanny cams legal.

The answer isn’t as black and white as you may think. There are laws governing the recording of other people. However, if you have the nanny cam set up inside your house, even if you don’t tell anyone it’s there, you’re legally allowed to use it.

While you’re legally allowed to record the activities within your home, if you’re doing so in order to keep an eye on guests, babysitters, house sitters, or your neighbors, you need to consult with a good lawyer and find out what the specific laws are in your state and township. For example, there are some rooms you may not be allowed to use the camera, and there are often laws that prohibit the use of hidden cameras to spy on your neighbors. Another example is that many states have laws stating that you can’t set up a hidden camera in parts of the house where the guest expects privacy: namely bedrooms and restrooms.

It’s also important to know why you’re using the hidden cameras. It’s perfectly legal to use the camera to make sure your housekeeper and babysitter are doing their jobs correctly. It’s illegal to use footage gotten off a hidden camera to blackmail someone.

There are many shades of gray when it comes to using hidden cameras outside of the home. Most businesses are allowed to use the cameras both inside their establishment and parking lots.

One of the issues that has recently come up is the legality of hidden cameras that also make audio recordings. In California, the audio recording can only be used if both of the parties know that the conversation is being recorded. Other states that require two party consent include:

  • Florida
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Washington
  • New Hampshire
  • Montana
  • Pennsylvania
  • Connecticut
  • Illinois

It’s important to note that in California, recorded telephone calls also require two party consent. You’re also not allowed to use a phone or hidden camera to deliberately record a conversation that wouldn’t be overheard if you were sitting just a few feet from the speakers.

You are also not allowed to set up hidden cameras in apartments that you’re renting to tenants.

 

Speeding Is Illegal And Dangerous

Speeding Is Illegal And Dangerous

Speeding Is Illegal And Dangerous

Everyone has been late to something in their life. Anyone who has experienced this can attest to the fact that it is not fun. This makes a lot of people do whatever they can to avoid running late again in the future. Unfortunately, some people do this by breaking the law.

Speeding doesn’t seem like a big deal to a lot of drivers out there, especially since so many people do it on a daily basis. However, speeding is still illegal because it is dangerous. Speeding is classified as driving faster than what could be considered safe or prudent based on weather, visibility, and traffic.

The faster someone drives, the less time they have to react to an unexpected change or danger. This is what causes accidents.

Speeding is the third most common cause of accidents.

Driving under the influence comes in second, and distracted driving is number one. This gives you a good idea of how dangerous speeding truly is.

Here in California, drivers will face tickets for speeding, which are arguably worse than just getting to their destination a few minutes late. So long as the overall speed was under 100 miles per hour (mph), the ticket prices are as follows:

  • $35 for being 1 to 15 mph over the speed limit.
  • $70 for being 16 to 25 mph over the speed limit.
  • $100 for being 26 mph or more over the limit.

For anyone caught going over 100 mph, they face a max fine of up to $500, as well as a 30 day suspension of their license for a first time offense. If caught speeding like that again, the max fine can be up to $750 with a 6 month license suspension. A third or subsequent offense earns a person a max fine of $1,000 and a 1 year license suspension.

Despite how it may seem, speeding is a very dangerous thing to do. Driving at unsafe speeds can easily cause accidents that can harm or kill people, which is why the act is illegal.

 

Be Wary Of Scams This Holiday

Be Wary Of Scams This Holiday

Be Wary Of Scams This Holiday

As shoppers begin to start searching for the perfect gifts for the holiday season, some of the shopping will be done in stores, but a vast majority of it will be done online. The internet offers a lot of opportunities; however, it can also offer its fair share of dangers. Criminals love the internet because it makes scamming so much easier.

There are all sorts of scams that con-artists can run online, and there is always an increase during the holiday season as more people become active online.

A general rule of thumb for staying safe and secure online, is to never open links sent to you in emails.

The link could lead you to a malicious website with the intent of stealing personal information from your computer while posing as a prominent website. If you feel you need to follow a link in an email, try to get to the intended destination without clicking the link. Go to the website manually to ensure you make it to the right site.

Be wary of people who are asking for, or even demanding, money online. If they want the money sent in prepaid gift cards or wireless transfers, it is likely a scam. This is true even if it the person claims to be a relative who was recently arrested. Do your research with the family and make sure that the supposed family member was actually arrested, otherwise it could be a scammer posing as a loved one.

Lastly, keep a watchful eye on bank accounts and credit card statements. This way, you will be able to notice any strange purchases in case your information was stolen by a thief. Once you see the discrepancy, you will be able to put a stop to it before it gets too out of hand.

You’ve worked hard all year to earn the money that you have, make sure you work hard at keeping it where it belongs. Don’t let scammers get their hands on your money and ruin your holiday season.

 

Areas Where You Don’t Want To Settle In California

Areas Where You Don’t Want To Settle In California

Areas Where You Don’t Want To Settle In California

When it comes to the state of California, there are so many different choices when it comes to finding a place to settle down. A person can settle down in a city by the open desert, or in a small, forested mountain town. California has so many options that finding the right place to live here can be a bit intimidating.

Recently, David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, in an effort to help people keep themselves and their families safe, took a look at what cities were considered to be the safest in the state of California. Some of the cities ranked in the top ten safest included Danville, Irvine, Chino Hills, and Mission Viejo. This provided people with a lot of information about what areas they might want to consider settling down in someday. However, it also got a lot of people wondering, what cities are the most dangerous in the state of California?

What Do Crime Rates Mean?

Anyone looking to move to a new area has probably come across the term crime rates or statistics in their research. For those unaware of what those are, they are simply bits of data that has been collected by various organizations in order to get an idea of what crime is like in that area. These statistics are like a sort of crime grade for the area.

This information usually comes from local law enforcement agencies and then is studied and analyzed by different groups. The groups then give their grade for the area. Depending on the group in question, the grade can vary drastically. This is due to the fact that some groups weigh certain types of crimes differently than other organizations.

When it comes to studying crime rates, all crimes tend to fall into two categories:

  • Violent Crimes – These are crimes that are directed at people and involve threats of violence. This includes crimes such as assault and murder.
  • Property Crimes – These are crimes that are directed at possessions and property. This includes crimes such as theft and vandalism.

Typically, organizations looking at crime data weigh violent crimes more heavily than property crimes since they tend to me the more dangerous crimes. However, each group is different and so crime rates can vary slightly from one study to another.

Some lists even take things a step further and look at more than just crimes committed in the area in the last year. They can also look at things such as poverty levels and local law enforcement funding.

The Top 5 Most Dangerous Cities In California

According to data collected by The Sacramento Bee in 2017, the following cities are ranked as the worst in the state of California. This list looks at murder rates for cities with populations greater than 50,000.

  1. Compton: 35.4 murders for every 100,000 residents.
  2. San Bernardino: 28.5 murders for every 100,000 residents.
  3. Salinas: 22.1 Murders for every 100,000 residents.
  4. Oakland: 20 murders for every 100,000 residents.
  5. Richmond: 18.9 murders for every 100,000 residents.

As mentioned above, each group that looks at crime rates analyzes the data differently. This particular list focuses solely on the violent crime of murder. Another list may look at a broader spectrum of information.

Using The Data Effectively

When it comes to looking up crime data before moving, doing research is important. Since different organizations will weigh different aspects of data more or less than other groups, the chances of two lists being the same are slim to none.

If a person is feeling truly ambitious, they can look-up the most recent information on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) page. The FBI monitors crime statistics from all over the country and compiles the numbers annually for citizens to see. Of course, navigating a government run website isn’t always the easiest thing to do if a person doesn’t know what they are looking for.

However, a person doing their own research in this matter is important. This will allow the person to find a list that weighs the data in a way that feels right to them. From there, the person will be able to make an informed on which California cities they do not want to live in next.

 

Looking For A Cheap And Affordable Bail Bond?

Looking For A Cheap And Affordable Bail Bond?

Looking For A Cheap And Affordable Bail Bond?

If you were to ask anyone who has bailed someone out before how expensive bail is, they would tell you it is very expensive. Bail costs several thousands of dollars here in California, which places it well out of reach to most individuals. That is why here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, we work hard to make bailing someone out of a jail a cheap and affordable.

One of the ways that we do this is by providing 0% down payment bail bonds for clients with approved credit. Clients who have approved credit can get their loved one out of jail today and not have to make a payment until a later date. This can give the client the time they need to begin gathering money for the payments while still getting their loved one out of jail quickly.

We also offer another discount for qualified clients here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. If you want to get 20% off the price of the bail bond, then make sure you or one of the co-signers for the bail bond is a member of the military, a member of AARP, a union member, a homeowner, or has a private attorney. So long as just one of those requirements is met, then you get 20% discount.

All of this is, on top of the fact that we provide each of our clients with their own, unique payment plan. This payment plan breaks up the upfront cost of the bail bond and spreads it out over several months, making it much more affordable. If you want to get a cheap and affordable bail bond in the state of California, then you need to talk to a bail agent from David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. We are open 24/7 for your convenience. We also offer FREE consultation, so call us today! We promise, we won’t let you down.

For a FREE consultation with a knowledgeable and friendly bail agent, call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 1-866-485-6356 or 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

We Make Bail Cheap And Affordable

We Make Bail Cheap And Affordable

We Make Bail Cheap And Affordable

Trying to bail someone out of jail on your own can feel like fighting a losing battle. You want to help get your loved one out of jail, but you don’t think you’ll be able to get enough money to do so. Before you give up, try talking to the professional bail agents here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia.

We have some of the best bail agents in the entire state, and they are more than willing to help you.

Since 1987, David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia has been helping Californians rescue their friends and family members from jail at affordable prices. We have helped thousands of people, and we can help you too! To get started, all you have to do is call. Our bail agents will guide you from there.

We know that bail can be very expensive, which is why we strive to make it cheaper.

For starters, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. Say for instance that your loved one’s bail is set at $20,000, then the bail bond would only cost you $2,000. That’s a 90% discount on the price of bailing someone out of jail.

On top of that already sweet deal, we can give qualified clients an additional 20% off the price of the bail bond. All a person needs to qualify for this discount is to have one co-signer meet one of the following requirements:

  • Must be a union member.
  • Must be a member of the military.
  • Must be member of AARP.
  • Must be a homeowner.
  • Has a private attorney.

So, if you need to bail a loved one out of jail, but are worried about the cost, contact David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. We will help you get your loved one out of jail at an affordable price. We can get your loved one out of jail at a cheap price, and help you pay it off with a personalized payment plan.

To learn more about services we offer at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, call 1-866-485-6356 or 661-326-0608 or Chat With Us now. Consultation is always FREE!

Responsibilities And Graduation

David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

S

ummer is approaching, and that means that many students will be finishing up their final school year. Graduation season is just around the corner. For many, they will no longer have to follow the set in stone schedule of their school five days a week. They will be free and facing new opportunities at college and joining the working world.

Responsibilities And Graduation

Graduation is a time to celebrate. Students have spent their entire lives working toward this moment. Once they walk across that stage and are given their diploma, they will be free to carve their own path.

As a parent, you may want to remind them of the responsibilities that come with this newfound freedom. For many, graduation comes at a time when the student becomes 18. The student is no longer a child and is a finally a full-fledged adult. While this milestone comes with a lot of perks, it also has a few drawbacks.

Before, if your child got into trouble with the law, he or she would be given back to you, the parent. Now, however, your son or daughter will be held accountable for his or her actions. If your child gets into trouble with the police, he or she could get arrested and sent to jail. Nobody wants that, so be sure to remind your son or daughter to be responsible with his or her actions.

After all, graduation is a time to celebrate, not a time to spend in jail. So let your child go out and explore this newfound freedom from school, just make sure he or she remembers to make good choices.

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