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Responsibilities And Graduation

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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.

Rules Of The Road For Bicyclists

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

California drivers, especially Los Angeles drivers, are known for being fast, impatient, and rude. However, if there is one group of people that drivers are more cautious of, it is the bicyclists. What are the rules of the road for car drivers and bicyclists?


  • When the biker is traveling slower than the cars, they must be as close to the right side of the road as possible unless they are passing or avoiding a dangerous/hazardous condition or making a left turn or approaching a right turn only lane but want to proceed straight. In those cases, the bicyclist may move away from the right side of the road.
  • Bicyclists Road Rules

  • If there is a dedicated bike lane, the bicyclist must be in that lane unless they are passing, making a left, or avoiding a dangerous/hazardous condition.
  • Bicyclists are to ride in the same direction as the traffic, not in the opposite direction. There are exceptions to this rule like if the street is a one-way or if the road is too narrow.
  • It is illegal to park on a bicycle path.
  • Bikes must be equipped with a visible white light in the front. They must also have reflectors: red in the back, white or yellow on the pedals, white or yellow on the front half of the bike, and red or white on each side on the back half of the bike.
  • Bicyclists 18 years or younger must wear a helmet. It is safe practice for adults to wear helmets as well.
  • It is illegal to drive and use a cell phone at the same time, but this law does not apply to bicyclists.
  • It is illegal to drive and have earphones in both ears. This same law applies to bicyclists. One ear must be free of headphones and headsets.
  • It is illegal to bike while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Bicyclists are required to stop at stop signs and red lights, just like drivers.
  • Bicyclists are to yield right of way to pedestrians at crosswalks.


Bicyclists share many of the same rules and etiquette as drivers do and they are entitled to be on the road with cars. However, both parties need to be aware of each other in order to avoid collisions and potential fatalities. They also need to be aware of pedestrians on foot.

Just like car drivers, bicyclists can actually be cited for violating the above laws and others that were not named, like if they biked right through an intersection that they should have stopped at because there was a stop sign.

Whether you travel by foot, car, bike, bus, or other mode of transportation, knowing the rules of the road and what your rights are is very important for yourself and to keep the road safe for everybody!

What Happens If You Are Stopped At A DUI Checkpoint

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

Alcohol consumption increases during holidays and the weekends, and you can expect no different for Memorial Day weekend, which is right around the corner. Local law enforcement keeps up with this by setting more DUI checkpoints throughout the city. If you are unfamiliar with what happens at DUI checkpoints, here is what you need to know.


  • The purpose of checkpoints is to catch those who are driving while under the influence and get them off the road before they cause an accident.
  • Checkpoints are set up during the late night to early morning hours when people are bar hopping and heading home after drinking.
  • The police may or may not announce where and when DUI checkpoints will be set up.
  • When a car approaches a checkpoint, they will slow down and stop. The driver will roll their window down, so the officer can communicate with the driver and get a clear look at them.
  • The driver will show the officer their license, car registration, and proof of car insurance.
  • The driver will need to let the officer know where they are going, where they came from, if they have been drinking, and if so, how much.
  • The officer looks for signs of intoxication like slurred speech, the smell of alcohol on the breath, a flushed face, bloodshot eyes, and a lack of coordination.
  • The driver may need to take a breathalyzer test.
  • If the officer concludes that the driver is aware and alert to safely continue on to their destination, then the driver may leave the checkpoint.
  • If the officer concludes that the driver is too incoherent or drunk to safely continue on to their destination, they can arrest them on the spot.
  • It is legal for a driver to make a U-turn to avoid a checkpoint that they see ahead of them. If an officer sees a car doing this, they will not necessarily get in their patrol car and follow the driver to stop them. However, if they see them driving off erratically, then they will.

Thousands of people die each year due to car accidents where a drunk driver was involved. This statistic can be drastically lowered if adults acted responsibly and did not get behind the wheel when they had any amount of alcohol in their system. “Buzzed driving is drunk driving” is a message that needs to be conveyed.

Checkpoints are a major effort to curb alcohol-related accidents, but the police cannot do this all on their own. It is up to each and every person to be responsible and not get behind the wheel after drinking. There are so many other options for safe transportation these days.

If you are planning to go out drinking this Memorial Day holiday weekend, make sure you have a designated driver friend with you or call a cab, Lyft, or Uber to make sure you get home safely.

David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia – A Team Of Heroes

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

Heroes come unexpected and unannounced. They save the day when it seems like all hope is lost. Most often, heroes are fictional characters like Batman and Iron Man, but once in a while, they are real people helping you at your most desperate moments.

Team of Heroes

Say you get a sudden, frightening phone call and learn that your loved one had been arrested. He or she is stressed and frantic, which makes you stressed and frantic. However, you are able to do so much more for them than they can do for themselves at that moment. If you are not really sure what to expect, you can talk to one of the bail agents at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. Right away, you will be blown away by how much we care and truly want to help. After a few hours of our hard work, your loved one is out of jail.

See, your David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia agent saved the day; he or she is your hero and you are your loved one’s hero. If you ever need a bail bond and a hero, you can rely on David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. You can contact us online or by phone at 661-326-0608. Consultation is FREE, so talk to one of our helpful bail agents to get your bail-related questions answered. Don’t forget to inquire about cheap bail bonds and discounts we offer as well. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays), call us anytime!

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

Jail Vs. Home Is Like Winter Vs. Spring

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

Mother Nature is slowly beginning her transitional period from what was a very rainy and gloomy winter season to a beautiful, colorful spring. How about taking a pointer or two from Mother Nature and take on the same change for your family by helping a loved one post bail?

Like the winter season, getting arrested is associated with gloominess, cold, depression. A dark, cold, uncomfortable jail cell is where your loved one will be if they cannot post bail.


With your help, and the help of David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, your loved one can be free within hours of arraignment. Once the bail bond paperwork is finalized and the initial payment received your loved one is free to leave jail and return home where they will be welcomed by relieved loved ones.


Jail and a person’s comfortable home are stark contrasts to each other, much like winter and spring.

What are you waiting for? Contact David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia immediately to begin the bail bond paperwork. The sooner we get to this, the sooner your loved one will see happier days again. You can reach us 24/7 online or at 661-326-0608. Consultation with one of our friendly bail agents is always FREE. So don’t hesitate to ask as many questions you may have regarding bail and bail bonds. They will be more than happy to answer them for you. You can learn about our zero down bail bonds and discounts we offer as well once you talk to them. We are here to help you and we promise, we won’t let you down.

Don’t waste your time with other bail bond companies, call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia for real bail help at 661-326-0608 or Chat With Us now.

Yes, Use Your Tax Return For Bail Money

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

Before you go spending all the money you got from your tax return, think about some wiser possible uses for this money. Things like rent, utility bills, or even your bail bond payments. These are bills that you should never fall behind on and at this moment, your bail bond payments may even out-prioritize your rent.

Your recent arrest is the reason you have bail bond payments to make. Instead of living in jail until your trial, you posted bail with a bail bond from David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. This allowed you to be released from jail and return home to go about your normal life. A bail bond costs only 10% of the full bail amount and you are set up on a payment plan so you pay off that 10% over the course of several months. If you fall behind on a payment, your bail could be revoked and you can be taken back into custody. You do not want that, and neither do we.

That is why, at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia, we suggest that if you get a tax return, you apply this money towards your bail bond payments so you stay right on track. If you have any questions related to bail or bail bonds, please don’t hesitate to contact your bail agent at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia anytime. Consultation is FREE, so contact us online or by calling 661-326-0608. We are open 24/7 for your convenience.

Don’t hesitate to call, consultation at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia is always FREE, so call us at 661-326-0608 or Chat With Us now.

David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia Can Check If You Are A Wanted Criminal

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

Did you know that besides issuing bail bonds to defendants who are already in jail, David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia can also conduct free, anonymous warrant searches for individuals who are not under arrest? If you are wondering if there is a warrant out for your arrest, or for a loved one of yours, you can ask David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia to check the databases for you.

If it just so happens that you or your loved one indeed are wanted, we can discuss your bail options before you turn yourself in. Then once you have been arraigned, you can post bail with a bail bond from us immediately, ensuring your release.

With our help, you will spend as little time in jail as possible. In some cases, we will even be able to set up the bail bond before you turn yourself in, thus shortening your stay behind bars. If you think you might have a warrant out for your arrest, be sure to talk to one of the professionals here at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. Consultation is FREE, so go right ahead and ask as many bail-related questions as you have. Don’t forget to inquire about our zero down bail bonds and discounts we offer as well. Our bail bondsmen will be more than happy to answer them for you. You can reach us 24/7 online of by calling 661-326-0608.

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

Where Are Our Sanctuary Cities?

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

Though there is no formal legal definition of a “sanctuary city,” the United States is made up of about 300 cities, towns, and counties that call themselves one. These sanctuary cities call themselves so, because they have vowed to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. They do this by not questioning a person’s immigration status, by helping them get their children into schools, getting them healthcare, and more.

 
Sanctuary City

Sanctuary cities include: Chicago, New York, New Orleans, Berkeley, and Seattle. San Francisco is a particularly unique sanctuary city because it has an ordinance that prohibits it from using funds or resources to assist the federal immigration authorities unless explicitly required by a federal, state, or court order. That is some serious dedication to undocumented immigrants.
 

If in the unfortunate situation where an undocumented immigrant is taken into custody in California, they still have rights, including the right to bail with an immigration bond.

Rainy Weather Driving Checklist

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

It looks like California may be on its way out of a drought. We have seen more rain this year than we have the last few years. With that being said, how up-to-date is your knowledge on driving in wet weather? Do you know the best precautions to take and what tips to follow to practice safe driving? Here is David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia’s checklist for wet-weather driving:

Driving In The Rain

BEFORE DRIVING:

  • Make sure all vehicle lights are working properly: headlights, tail lights, brake lights, signal lights, daytime running lights, high beams, and interior lights.
  • Make sure windshield wipers are working and in good condition.
  • Make sure your car horn is working.
  • Check your brakes.
  • Check air levels in tires and the tire treads.
  • Take note that the first rainy day after a dry spell always produces the slipperiest roads.

WHILE DRIVING:

  • Brake sooner than you normally would. This gives you extra space between you and the car ahead and gives the car behind you more time to react.
  • Headlights must be on when the windshield wipers are in use, even if it is sunny.
  • If you feel your car hydroplaning, take your foot off the gas, do not step on the brake. Keep a steady grip of your steering wheel and you will feel your car gain traction again.
  • Drive at a slower speed and drive with more space between you and the car ahead.

Be extra alert when you are driving in the rain. Rainy weather causes more road accidents. Most accidents can be avoided if you simply take your time and be careful out there.

Feeling Lost?

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David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia

Are you feeling lost and confused due to a loved one’s arrest? We know that you want to help your friend or family member get out of jail, but you have now idea on how to do that. You will want the help of an expert to guide you through the process of rescuing your loved one from jail.

A professional bail agent will be able to do just that. A good bail agent will know everything about the bail bond process, which means he or she will be able to offer you the best help. You should be able to ask any questions that you might have regarding your loved one’s arrest or the bail bond process.

You can find expert bail agents who are ready and waiting to help you at David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia. You will get nothing but the best bail help available in the state of California. You can contact us online or by phone at 661-326-0608. Consultation is always FREE! So don’t hesitate to ask one of our helpful bail agents any questions you have. Don’t forget to ask about cheap bail bonds and discounts we offer as well. They will be more than glad to answer your question or walk you through the bail bond process. Call us anytime, we’re open 24/7 for your convenience.

Call David Ortiz Bail Bonds in Visalia at 661-326-0608 and get your FREE consultation or Chat With Us now.

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