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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.

 

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!

 

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.

 

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.

 

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.

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.

 

It Is Never Okay To Drink & Drive

It Is Never Okay To Drink & Drive

It Is Never Okay To Drink & Drive

If you were to ask anyone if driving while drunk was a safe thing to do, they would tell you it is a very dangerous thing to do. In 2017, 29% of all driving fatalities were caused by drunk drivers. This amounted to nearly 11,000 deaths that could have easily been prevented. With all the advances in technology, getting a safe ride home has never been easier. There is never a reason to get behind the wheel of a vehicle while drunk.

Drunk driving is illegal in every single state in the US due to how dangerous it is. Getting caught while driving under the influence carries heavy penalties, especially for repeat offenders. The laws and penalties vary by state. Here in California, the state has several different laws surrounding the act of driving under the influence (DUI).

Penalties Of DUI

All California laws surrounding DUI basically state that a person should never get behind the wheel of a vehicle while intoxicated. What changes through these various laws is the exact circumstances. If a person is simply caught driving while intoxicated, they will face consequences under Vehicle Code (VC) 23152. If they cause injury to someone else, then they will face charges under VC 23153.

A person can even get into trouble for refusing to provide a breath or blood sample to an officer during a traffic stop. This can be charged under VC 23612.

The penalties for committing DUI vary depending on the crime itself and the driving record of the driver in question. The typical consequences for DUI can include:

  • Informal probation.
  • Max 6 month jail sentence for first offense/ Max 1 year for repeat offenders.
  • Base fines of $390 to $1,000.
  • Suspended or revoked driver’s license.
  • DUI school.
  • Community service.
  • Requirement to attend AA meetings.
  • Vehicle being impounded.
  • Instillation of breathalyzer ignition device on vehicle.
  • Victim restitutions if someone was hurt.

Generally, DUI’s are misdemeanor offenses, unless:

  • Someone was seriously hurt.
  • Someone was killed.
  • This is the driver’s fourth DUI in a 10 year period.
  • This is the driver’s third DUI that harmed someone in a 10 year period.
  • The driver has a prior felony DUI in a 10 year period.

Felony DUI convictions can come with the already mentioned penalties, as well as these increased penalties:

  • Formal probation.
  • Prison sentences, which vary from case to case.
  • Base fines between $390 and $5,000.

DUI For Professional Drivers

The fact that DUI laws apply to all drivers is a given. However, what some people may not know is that this law applies differently to drivers who are for-hire. A for-hire driver being someone who drives a vehicle such as a taxi, bus, Lyft, or Uber.

Normally, drivers are only considered intoxicated if they have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08%. However, for-hire drivers are only allowed to have a BAC of 0.04%. If a for-hire driver is caught driving with that level of BAC or hire, they will face DUI charges, which would likely mean a suspension of their driver’s license.

The Dangers Of Hungover Driving

Something else that many drivers are not aware of is the fact that driving while hungover can be just as bad as driving while drunk. This fact was discovered by researchers at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Participants of the study had 10 drinks, slept off the alcohol until their BAC was 0%.

The results showed that the drivers were roughly as impaired, if not more so, than a driver with a BAC of 0.05%. The drivers were more prone to speeding, struggled to drive straight, and just generally made more errors.

This is likely due to the results of being dehydrated, having low blood sugar, and not getting enough sleep the night before.

There Is No Reason To Drive Drunk

Driving while intoxicated is never a good idea. Not only is it against the law, it is incredibly dangerous. Drunk driving is the cause of thousands of accidents and deaths every single year in the US alone.

In today’s modern age, there is no reason for any of this. With smartphones, people now have the ability get a safe ride literally in the palm of their hand. A person can easily contact a loved one to come pick them up, or hire a driver of a taxi, Lyft, or Uber. Doing this has never been easier than it is right now. A person can easily save themselves and the lives of people they’ve never met by simply pulling out their phone before ever setting foot in a vehicle.

 

DUI Checkpoints And The Holidays

DUI Checkpoints And The Holidays

DUI Checkpoints And The Holidays

With the holidays here, many people will be out having a good time with family and friends. There will be all sorts of parties going on, and many of them will involve alcohol. If a person plans on drinking this holiday season, then they need to do so responsibly. Not only does this mean knowing their limits when it comes to alcohol consumption, but also having a safe way home planned.

Law enforcement officers know that there will be more people drinking around holidays. Unfortunately, this means that more people will be drinking and driving. In order to prevent this, they will be setting up DUI Checkpoints with the hopes of catching those drivers before they can cause an accident.

If a driver comes across a DUI Checkpoint, they need not worry so long as they haven’t been drinking. An officer will wave the driver forward, then ask him or her a few questions. They will ask to see the driver’s license and registration. They will ask things like where the driver is going, where they are coming from, and if they have been drinking. If everything checks out, the driver will be allowed to proceed without problem.

In today’s modern age, getting a safe ride home after drinking is very easy. A person can assign a designated driver (DD), or hire a taxi, Lyft, or Uber to pick them up. This way, they can get home safely without fear of causing an accident. After all, an accident is the last thing that people want to worry about during the holidays.

 

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.

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