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You Can Count On Us To Always Be By Your Side

You Can Count On Us To Always Be By Your Side

You Can Count On Us To Always Be By Your Side

Bailing someone out of jail is not something that anyone would jump up in excitement over. Needing to bail someone out means that that person got into some pretty serious trouble. Everyone just wants what is best for their loved ones, and an arrest is not great. Luckily, it can easily be dealt, so long as you contact David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia.

We are a professional, statewide bail bond company that has been helping Californians confront bail for over 30 years.

Our bail agents are some of the very best in the business and can be found all over the state. They will always be ready to lend you a helping hand. All you have to do is talk to them.

Once you call, one of our friendly bail agents will begin working for you. They will be more than happy to answer all of your bail-related questions and guide you through each step of the bail bond process. With us on your side, you will see how easy it is to bail someone out of jail.

One of the biggest ways in which we make bail easier for our clients, is by making it affordable. Paying for a several thousand dollar bail on your own can be impossible, especially when the full amount needs to be paid all at once. Here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. In addition, all of our clients have the option to have a personalized payment plan to break up the cost over several months.

Do not worry when you learn of a loved one’s arrest. You can get him or her out of jail easily by contacting David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. We are always available and ready to help you 24/7, all over the state of California, and consultation is always FREE! So if you find yourself needing bail help, don’t handle it on your own. Just call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia and we will be by your side.

If you need to bail someone out of jail, just call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 1-866-485-6356 or 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now for a FREE consultation.

 

Animal Abuse Is Against The Law

Animal Abuse Is Against The Law

Animal Abuse Is Against The Law

Every good pet owner would agree that their pet’s wellbeing often comes before their own. They want to make sure that their pet is safe and happy. Even most non-pet owners want to help out animals who are in distress, if they can. Sadly, not everyone is so compassionate. There are some people out there who simply don’t care about animals, or find it fun to cause harm to them.

This is why there are laws in place that make it illegal to cause harm or distress to an animal. California’s primary animal abuse law is Penal Code (PC) 597. This law protects all animals, including:

  • Domesticated pets
  • Strays
  • Wild animals

The law covers all kinds of animal cruelty, including but not limited to:

  • Neglect
  • Cockfighting
  • Dogfighting
  • Leaving animals unattended in vehicles

Penal Code (PC) 597 prohibits a person from maliciously or intentionally harming an animal in anyway way that a person could possibly think of. If a person is caught breaking this law, they could face either misdemeanor or felony charges, depending on the case. As a misdemeanor charge, a person can face up to a year in county jail and a fine of no more than $20,000. Felony charges can earn a person 16 months, 2 or 3 years in jail, and a similar fine to that of the misdemeanor charges.

Most people do not want to harm animals, whether they are their pets or not, so they don’t have to worry too much about being charged with animal abuse. Since animals cannot speak for themselves, a person is encouraged to contact local law enforcement if they see or suspect that an animal is being abused.

 

The Real Cost Of A DUI Charge

The Real Cost Of A DUI Charge

The Real Cost Of A DUI Charge

Most people out there recognize the fact that driving while drunk is a very bad idea. While a person is drunk, their mind isn’t what it normally is, meaning they are more likely to make costly mistakes. This is why it is illegal to drive while drunk all over the country.

Here in California, the penalties for committing DUI include:

  • Some form of probation.
  • Up to one year in county jail.
  • Fines up to $1,000.
  • Suspended or revoked driver’s license.
  • Needing to attend DUI school.
  • Paying possible restitutions.

These all seem like pretty bad penalties to deal with for most people. However, it is not scary enough for some people considering they still decide to drive drunk. What these people realize is that the cost of the DUI is a lot more expensive than just a $1,000 fine. There are all sorts of costs to consider, including:

  • Towing and storage fees for the vehicle roughly $650.
  • DUI classes cost money, roughly $650.
  • Attorney fees cost a couple thousand dollars.
  • Driver’s license reinstatement costs $100.
  • Insurance rate hikes, can average around $40,000 over 13 years.
  • Restitutions for anyone who was hurt can cost several thousands.

Even a single DUI offense can be incredibly expensive. This is just another reason why a person should never drink and drive.

 

Did You Suddenly Find Yourself In Need Of Bail Help?

Did You Suddenly Find Yourself In Need Of Bail Help?

Did You Suddenly Find Yourself In Need Of Bail Help?

The thought of bailing someone out of jail is not one that crosses a person’s mind unless they suddenly find themselves needing to bail out a loved one. This is usually due to the fact that people don’t want to even imagine the idea that someone they know might get arrested. While this may work out for some people, not everyone is lucky enough to never need to post bail in their life.

The fact of the matter is, thousands of people are arrested every single day in California alone. That means that at least twice as many people out their learn that that a loved one has been arrested and needs to be bailed out. That is not a fun thing to discover. Something like this can leave a person shocked and confused. Luckily, there are people out there who can help.

If you need bail help in the State of California, then you need to talk to the professional bail agents here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. For over 30 years, we have been helping clients deal with the shock of a loved one’s arrest. We help our clients understand the bail process, and get their loved one out of jail quickly and affordably.

If you suddenly find yourself in need of bailing someone out of jail, do not panic. You can trust that the bail agents here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia will have your back. We provide all of the following to our clients:

  • 24/7 Bail Bond Service
  • 20% Discount – to qualified clients
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest Payment Plans
  • No hidden fees – unlike other bail agencies
  • No collateral with Working Co-signer
  • Se habla Español

Do not let the shock of a loved one’s arrest prevent you from lending a hand. Just because you don’t know much about the bail process does not mean that you cannot help. Just talk to one of our helpful bail agents. They will be more than happy to answer your questions about the bail process and your loved one’s arrest. After talking to one of our agents, you will see that there is nothing to worry about. We promise, we won’t let you down.

Get the bail bond process started right away by calling David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

California Requires Solar Panels On All New Houses

California Requires Solar Panels On All New Houses

California Requires Solar Panels On All New Houses

The state of California is known for being pretty forward thinking when it comes to several things, including going green.

Recently, the state of California took another step toward making the state greener by requiring all new homes to be powered by solar.

The California Building Standards Commission voted on the measure in early December and it passed unanimously.

The goal of the new measure is to make California a greener state that is much less reliant on energy generated from fossil fuels. Every new house, starting in 2020, will be required to have solar panels. The panels will have to produce enough energy to provide for the entire house or makeup for all of the electricity and natural gas that the residence consumed over the course of the year.

Opponents of the measure were concerned with how this could negatively affect housing construction in the future. The new measure is expected to raise the cost of building a home by roughly $10,000. Most of that money, about 85%, would go towards implementing the solar panels. The rest would likely go towards making the home more energy efficient.

According to the executive director of the energy commission, there will be two ways for homeowners to reduce the upfront costs of the solar panels. They can either lease the solar panels or sign a power purchase agreement that pays for the electricity generated, but not the panels themselves.

What do you think of California’s latest attempt to go green? Is this new measure a good one, or is it too much for prospective homeowners?

Let us know what you think in the comments down below.

 

You Didn’t Plan On Needing Bail, But You Handled It Quickly

You Didn’t Plan On Needing Bail, But You Handled It Quickly

You Didn’t Plan On Needing Bail, But You Handled It Quickly

One minute, everything was going great, and the next thing you know you are getting a call from jail. One of your loved ones was arrested, and asking you for help. You didn’t plan on bailing someone out of jail today, and yet here you are. Helping your friend or family member get out of jail is now your main concern.

You’ve never had to bail someone out of jail before, but you are not going to let that stop you. After a quick internet search, you have found some professionals who can provide their assistance. Since 1987, David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia has been helping Californians deal with bail.

We will be more than happy to help you too.

Our professional bail agents are available 24/7. Whenever you need to ask them a question about bail or need assistance with the bail process, they will be there for you. Once you start talking to one of our agents, they will begin working on your loved one’s bail. All they need to get started is your loved one’s name, his or her date of birth, and county of arrest.

Once we have located your loved one in the county jail system and filled out the paperwork, we can begin figuring out a payment plan. This payment plan will break up the upfront cost of the bail bond and spread it out over several months. With a payment plan designed to fit your financial situation, you will be able to afford to post your loved one’s bail.

With help from David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, you will be able to get your loved one out of jail quickly and affordably. This means your loved one will be out of jail in no time, and that you will not have to drain your bank account to achieve this goal. You can rest easy knowing that you and your arrested loved one are in good hands.

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

Where Do You Get Rid Of Your Trash?

Where Do You Get Rid Of Your Trash?

Where Do You Get Rid Of Your Trash?

Trash is always a bit of a problem, and anyone who has driven on California’s roadways can confirm that. The state’s roads are littered with rubbish that people have simply abandoned there. It happens all of the time, and in many cases, people get away with it. Due to the perceived lack of consequences for dumping trash on the side of the road, many people believe there are no consequences at all. However, that is not the case.

Here in the state of California, it is illegal to dump trash on any property that is not designated as a waste disposal facility.

This is illegal under California Penal Code 374.3. Under this law, a person cannot leave their garbage whereever they please, like the side of the road. If caught doing so, a person will face consequences.

First time offenders will face a fine anywhere between $250 and $1,000. A second time offense will earn a person an increase rate anywhere between $500 and $1,500. A third or subsequent offense will earn a person fines between $750 and $3,000 dollars. If the person was caught dumping tires illegally, these fines would be doubled. The dumping of large quantities of waste earn a person large fines.

Aside from regular trash, this law also covers illegally dumping large amounts of rocks, concrete, asphalt, or dirt. People who dump large quantities of waste that could only come from a commercial business face even greater fines.

The state of California takes illegal dumping very seriously.

If a person is caught illegally leaving trash on the side of the road, or on someone else’s property, they will face some pretty hefty fines. It is far better to pay the dump fees, than trying to get around them and ending up needing to pay $1,000 for dumping the garbage illegally.

 

Looking To Avoid Road Rage This Holiday Season

Looking To Avoid Road Rage This Holiday Season

Looking To Avoid Road Rage This Holiday Season

The holidays are meant to be a fun and enjoyable time of the year. Unfortunately, the increase in traffic around this time of year can cause a driver to go insane. All of this extra traffic comes from shoppers looking for the perfect gifts for their loved ones and travelers looking to spend time with family.

Dealing with traffic is never fun, and it can have some unfortunate circumstances. Road rage is something that every driver has dealt with at one point in their lives. Luckily, there are ways to reduce or even prevent road rage. Here are a few tips to help a driver prevent road rage this holiday season.

  • Give yourself extra time to get to your destination.
  • Drive carefully and avoid driving in ways that may interfere with other drivers.
  • Listen to calm music that you enjoy.
  • Avoid using your horn as much as possible.
  • Avoid eye contact with angry drivers, it could make things worse.
  • Take deep breaths to keep yourself calm.

No one wants to deal with traffic or the road rage that it can cause. Luckily, experiencing road rage is optional. A driver cannot control how other drivers on the road behave, but they can only control themselves. If a driver keeps a level head, they can ensure that they have a fun and safe holiday driving experience this year.

 

We Provide Flexible Payment Options

David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia Provide Flexible Payment Options

David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia Provide Flexible Payment Options

Your life is a constantly changing and evolving thing. What works for you at one point in your life, may not work for you a few months down the line. Due to this fact, all long term plans need to be flexible enough to accommodate change. Here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, we understand that, which is why we provide our clients with flexible, affordable payment plans.

Bailing someone out of jail without bail help is an expensive undertaking. However, with help from David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia you will only have to pay 10% of the full bail price. That means you save 90% just by coming to us for help. However, that is not all that we do to help out our clients.

We also provide everyone with personalized payment plans that fit into their budgets. This way, the 10% of the bail is broken up into even smaller monthly payments that are much more manageable. To make sure that our clients are always able to pay for the bail bond, we accept a variety of different payment methods to give them some flexibility.

Here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, we accept:

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Major Debit & Credit Cards
  • Western Union Money Transfers
  • E-Checks
  • Wells Fargo Business Account Deposits

Our clients can also choose to make some of these payments over the phone, online, or through our website. We provide all of this flexibility to make paying for the bail bond as easy and affordable as possible. A client can use one payment type for a few months, and then switch to something else if they need to. The choice is yours.

If you are ready to bail a loved one out of jail, just call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us today!

Don’t Get Scammed Out Of Your Donations This Christmas

Don’t Get Scammed Out Of Your Donations This Christmas

Don’t Get Scammed Out Of Your Donations This Christmas

The holidays, especially Christmas, are a time of giving. People are more considerate of one another, and are more likely to give to the less fortunate. While giving to people you do not even know is truly generous, there are some people out there who take advantage of the increased generosity.

Sadly, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of scammers out there. These bad people are aware of the extra good nature out there, and seek to use that for their own advantage. They look for ways to convince people to give money to them, usually through trickery. They have plenty of different schemes that they can use. One that shows up a lot during the holidays is fake charities.

Scammers will try to present themselves as charities in order to get money from unsuspecting people. If a person is looking to make any donations this year, they need to be careful. They want to make sure that their money goes exactly where it was meant to. Here are a few tips to keep your donations safe from scammers this holiday season.

  • Avoid charities that only accept cash, gift cards, or wire transfers.
  • Keep a record of all donations.
  • Monitor bank accounts after donations.
  • Don’t be rushed into making donations.
  • Research the charity in question.
  • Search for complaints about the charity.

So long as a person keeps these tips in mind while making donations this year, they can be sure that their money is going where they are intended to go. Their money will be able to help those in need, just like they wanted.

 

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