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Bailing Out A Loved Can Be Easy

Bailing Out A Loved Can Be Easy

Bailing Out A Loved Can Be Easy

Bailing a friend or family member out of jail is not something that people do for fun. Due to this fact, many people do not know much about how bail works. All they know is what they’ve seen it on TV. Sadly, television shows don’t give a very accurate representation of how the system works. It rarely is as simple as taking a few hundred dollars down to the police station where the person is being held.

This fact catches a lot of people off guard. They weren’t prepared for how expensive the bail was. Here in California, the average bail amount is several thousands of dollars. This puts it too far out of reach for most individuals. Luckily, David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia is here to lend a helping hand to anyone who needs one.

Since 1987, David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia has provided Californians with affordable bail bonds.

We know that bail is too expensive for most people, so we do everything that we can to make it affordable.

We start by providing clients with bail bonds that only cost 10% of the full bail price. From there, we split up the price and spread it out over several months with a payment plan personalized to the client’s unique budget.

By providing our clients with their own customized payment plans, they are actually able to afford their loved one’s bail bond. Reducing the cost of the bail, and spreading out the remainder over several months, making posting bail easy and affordable, which is our goal at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia.

We want to make bail easy for everyone, which is why we provide all of the following:

  • 24/7 Bail Bond Service
  • FREE Consultation
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest Payment Plans
  • No Hidden Fees
  • No Collateral with Working Co-Signer
  • Se habla Español

Getting someone out of jail may not be as easy as it is portrayed on TV; however, that does not mean that it is difficult. With help from the professionals here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, bailing someone out of jail can be fast, easy, and affordable.

If you want the best bail bond service in California, call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 1-866-485-6356 or 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

 

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.

 

Saving Someone From Jail Doesn’t Have To Be Costly

Saving Someone From Jail Doesn’t Have To Be Costly

Saving Someone From Jail Doesn’t Have To Be Costly

Spending money isn’t always as fun as you’d like it to be. Sometimes you get to spend it on something that you really want, and other times you have to spend it on something that you need. Unfortunately, those expenses that you need to pay for usually aren’t cheap. While spending large amounts of money isn’t easy, you at least get to plan for them in most cases.

Occasionally there are instances where a big expense comes out of nowhere. You need to pay it, yet you do not have the time to save up for it. This is usually the case with bailing someone out of jail. You want to help, but you do not have the necessary funds to do so. It is going to take time to raise enough money to bail out your loved one, which means your loved one has to spend more time behind bars.

Luckily, there is David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia.

We will help you get your loved one out of jail quickly and at a price that you can afford.

We do this primarily by offering our clients bail bonds that only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. While this is a big discount, it isn’t always enough. That is why we also offer discounts for qualified clients.

Clients with approved credit can qualify for 0% down on their bail bond. This means they will not have to pay anything until their loved one has been out of jail for a month. This gives them the time they need to save up some money while still getting their loved one out of jail quickly. In addition, the cost of the bail bond will be split up over several months with a personalized payment plan, making it even more affordable.

No one likes to be forced to part ways with their hard earned cash. Unfortunately, it has to happen from time to time if you want to help loved ones. Luckily, David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia is here to make it easier. We provide discounts for qualified clients and affordable payment plans for every client. If you need bail help, we are here for you.

For fast and affordable bail bond service, call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

What To Expect At DUI Checkpoints This New Year’s Eve

What To Expect At DUI Checkpoints This New Year’s Eve

What To Expect At DUI Checkpoints This New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is arguably one of the biggest party nights of the year. Everyone is staying up late waiting to ring the New Year in with flair. All of this partying has a tendency to lead to a lot of drinking. Unfortunately, this leads to a lot of people drinking and driving. In order to prevent accidents, many law enforcement agencies will setup DUI checkpoints.

DUI checkpoints may look intimidating, but they are nothing to worry about. After all, they are there to help keep the roads safe for everyone. So long as the person who is driving has not been drinking, they have nothing to worry about.

When a person drives up to a DUI checkpoint, they will likely be instructed to wait until an officer is available to talk to them. Once an officer is ready, they will wave the car forward. From there, the officer will ask the driver a few questions:

  • Where are you coming from?
  • Where are you going?
  • Have you been drinking?

The officer will also ask to see driver’s license and registration.

As long as there are no signs that the driver has been drinking or consuming marijuana, then the officer will allow the driver to continue to their destination.

If the officer suspects that the driver has consumed alcohol, then the driver will be asked to pull over to the side where another officer will conduct a field sobriety test. If the driver fails that, then they could be ticketed, fined, and will likely have to wait for someone to come pick them up.

The whole point of DUI checkpoints is to keep drunk drivers off of the road. They increase in frequency around holidays that involve a lot of partying. That is why it shouldn’t come as a surprise if a driver finds themselves at a DUI checkpoint this New Year’s Eve.

Stay Safe Everyone and Happy New Year!

 

No Pets While Driving

No Pets While Driving

No Pets While Driving

Anyone who has a pet knows how fun they are to be around. Often times, pet owners would prefer to spend time at home with their furry companion rather than deal with people. They often fantasize about being able to take their pet to work with them, just to make the day more bearable. Unfortunately, taking pets everywhere with them isn’t always a good idea.

Pets don’t always understand human customs. This can lead to them misbehaving in the most inopportune times, which is why they aren’t allowed in certain places. One town in Ohio has just outlawed pets from one area that many people are all too happy to have pets.

A new city ordinance in Mantua, Ohio looks to crackdown on distracted driving by making it illegal for a person to drive with a pet in their lap. There is no denying that pets can be distracting at times with their cute little faces and fluffy bodies. Unfortunately for them, driving is a time when people cannot pay attention to them.

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 9 people die every single day due to distracted driving.

Sadly, having a pet in your lap while driving can be very distracting. They can restrict a drivers’ movements and take their attention away from the important task at hand. A driver needs to keep their focus on the road as much as possible, which is why Mantua enacted this law. Now, local police officers will be able to ticket drivers caught driving in this very distracting way.

As much as we love our pets, they can get in the way at times. They may not mean to, but it does happen. This is especially true when it comes to driving. That is why it is best to either leave the pet at home, or have them sit in a separate part of the car.

 

Help With Bail Is Always A Good Thing

Help With Bail Is Always A Good Thing

Help With Bail Is Always A Good Thing

When something bad happens to someone that you care about, you spring into action. You are not about to let your friend or family member suffer through anything alone if you can help it. That is why when your loved one calls you from jail asking for bail help, you spring into action. You’ve never bailed anyone out of jail before, but you won’t let that stop you.

You consider bailing your loved one out on your own. That is until you see the bail amount. That is when you realize that you are going to need help. You are able to convince some other friends or family members to lend a hand, but it still not enough. Luckily you are able to find professional help in the form of the bail agents here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia.

Our professional bail agents have been helping Californians deal with bail since our company’s founding in 1987. We have over 30 years of knowledge and experience with bail, and we are more than happy to share our knowledge and expertise. We can give you the helping hand you need to make bailing someone out of jail easy and affordable.

Our bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. On top of that, qualified clients can receive an additional 20% discount on the price of the bail bond itself. To qualify for this discount, you or one of the co-signers for the bail bond needs to meet just one of the following requirements:

  • Be a union member
  • Be a member of the military
  • Be a member of AARP
  • Be a homeowner
  • Have a private attorney

So long as one of those requirements is met, you can qualify for the discount and get your loved one out of jail for only 8% the price of the bail. It’s that easy!

There are times when everyone needs help. Your loved one needs your help, and you need help from David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. Just like you will always be there for your loved one, our helpful bail agents will always be there for you, no matter the time. We are always available and ready to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays). Call us today and get your FREE consultation.

For fast bail help that you can truly afford, call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 1-866-485-6356 or 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

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.

 

Avoid Extra Traveling This Holiday Season

Avoid Extra Traveling This Holiday Season

Avoid Extra Traveling This Holiday Season

When the holidays roll around, people do a lot of traveling. They all want to go out and see their families and loved ones. Traveling for these reasons can be hectic, but it is pretty much always fun to see loved ones again. However, there are some times where traveling is not fun or welcome.

A perfect example of this would be when a loved one who lives on the other side of the state gets arrested. You want to help him or her out, but you don’t want to travel to meet with a bail agent who can help them. Traveling for that reason can interfere with other plans, especially around the holidays. This problem could easily be avoided by contacting David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia.

David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia is a statewide bail bond company that covers all of California. We have bail agents working in cities all over the state, which means that you can get help wherever you need it. You can work with an agent who is local to you, and another one of our agents will be able to work locally with your loved one. This way, you do not have to make any extra trips.

We work around the clock. No matter where you and your loved one are located, we can help you post bail.

Once our agents start working for you, they will not rest until they have secured your loved one’s release from jail. Your agent will always be there to help you.

The holidays are usually filled with a lot of trips. However, you do not have to take an extra one just to rescue your loved one from jail. If you come to David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia for bail help, you will get a team of bail agents located all over California who can help you. With us at your side, your loved one will be out of jail in no time.

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working co-signer
  • Se habla Español

If you want all of the above help and more, just give us a call. Consultation is always FREE! So, call us today!

Bail help is only a phone call away at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, call 661-326-0608 or click Chat With Us now.

Keep Your Pets Healthy And Warm This Winter

Keep Your Pets Healthy And Warm This Winter

Keep Your Pets Healthy And Warm This Winter

When winter finally begins to be felt in California, many people run for the safety and warmth of their homes. They do not want to deal with the cold, wind, rain, and snow. Unfortunately, some people forget about the furry creatures that are under their care. After all, the cold weather affects animals just like it affects us.

Animals that are kept strictly outside should be provided with protection from the wind, rain, and snow. This means having some sort of insulated shelter with an entrance that faces away from the direction that wind usually blows. There should also be some sort of bedding on the ground, such as wood shavings, to help keep them dry and warm. The bedding should be changed or dried regularly.

Outdoor animals will also need more food, and have their water bowl checked constantly to ensure a good supply of water.

The cold also affects animals who spend most of their time indoors as well. After all, most dogs need to go outside to do their business a couple of times a day. If a pet owner wants to take good care of their furry companions this winter season, they should follow some of the tips below.

  • Always accompany dogs outside. Once you are too cold to be outside, bring them inside. This prevent them from getting too cold as well as keeps someone from forgetting about the animal outside.
  • Dry dog paws and bellies thoroughly after they have been outside. They could have snowballs stuck to them, even between their toes. This can lead to frostbite.
  • For dogs who live near frozen roads and sidewalks, drying their feet can also remove road salts, which if linked up in large portions and can cause digestive issues in dogs.
  • Dog breeds with short hair may need protective sweaters when going outside, since their fur is less suited to keeping them warm. However, don’t forget to remove and dry the sweaters after any outside trips. After all, wearing cold and wet clothes can be bad for anyone’s health.
  • Keep a close eye on older animals who have arthritis. The cold can cause them to stiffen up and become tender rapidly. Keep them on a tight leash, close to you to also help prevent any slip or fall injuries to the animal.

Another thing to be aware of in winter, is the fact that outdoors cats will be seeking shelter from the cold. They love to hide in warm engine compartments on vehicles, and don’t always move before the engine is turned on. In order to prevent any harm to an unsuspecting feline, bang on the hood of the car a few times before getting in and starting it up. This should scare them off without hurting them.

The cold weather isn’t always fun to deal with. Just remember that if you don’t want to be out in the cold, your pets probably don’t enjoy it much either. Give them the love and care they need this season to ensure that they stay happy and healthy until spring comes around again.

 

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