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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

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Halloween Safety Tips

October is here, and all anyone can think about is the holiday of Halloween at the end of the month. Kids love getting dressed in fun costumes and trick-or-treating for bags full of candy. Meanwhile, adults enjoy dressing up as well, but they have parties to get to instead of wandering door to door hunting for candy.

Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips

When it comes to trick-or-treating, a parent’s main priority should be keeping their child safe. This can be a bit tricky as the sun sets and things get dark. In order to ensure that everyone stays safe this Halloween, here are some safety tips to keep in mind while out trick-or-treating:

  • Always make eye contact with drivers before crossing the street in front of them.
  • Always walk in well-lit areas.
  • Don’t eat any candy until home and a parent has inspected it for any tampering.
  • Each child should be carrying a flashlight or glow stick.
  • Face paint is better than wearing masks since masks can obstruct a child’s vision.
  • Make sure costumes are the appropriate size so they are not loose or baggy on the child, creating a tripping hazard.
  • Never cross the street between parked cars. Drivers are less likely to notice pedestrians between cars.
  • Never enter a stranger’s home or car.
  • Only cross streets at corners with traffic signals and/or crosswalks. Always check left and right before crossing.
  • Only walk on sidewalks or paths. If there is no sidewalk, walk on the left side of the street facing oncoming traffic.
  • Put electronic devices down when walking, and especially when crossing the street.
  • Put reflective tape and stickers on bags or costumes when possible to increase visibility.

Following these safety tips should help a parent keep their children safe this Halloween.

Tampering with Halloween Candy Is a Crime

Tampering with food products in a way that can harm someone is a crime here in California. Under California Penal Code (PC) 347, it is illegal for a person to tamper or poison food, medicine, and public water supplies.

This crime is a felony offense, and can earn a person a prison stay of one of the following:

  • 2 years.
  • 4 years.
  • 5 years.

If someone is killed suffers great bodily harm from the act, an additional 3 years in prison is added to the sentence.

Basically, no one should be tampering with Halloween candy.

Halloween Safety Tips for Adults

Not every adult has children who are trick-or-treating that they need to worry about. These adults tend to have parties to go to. While they may not be trick-or-treating themselves, they still need to be aware of trick-or-treaters while driving around. A few tips for adults this Halloween would be:

  • Be careful while exiting driveways and alleyways.
  • Be extra wary of kids crossing at intersections.
  • Drive slower in residential neighborhoods.
  • Popular times for trick-or-treating fall between 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm, so be very cautious during those times.
  • Turn headlights on earlier in the evening to increase visibility.
  • Watch for kids while driving, especially kids in dark clothing.
Keep Halloween Safe and Fun

Halloween is supposed to be a fun holiday for children and adults alike. No one wants to ruin the evening with an accident of some kind. That is why everyone, including adults not out trick-or-treating, need to be more cautious this evening. By being more aware, they can avoid harming a trick-or-treater who was just looking to get an excellent score of candy to take home.

Do you have any safety tips for Halloween that might be missing from this list? If so, add them in the comments down below. What do you think of California’s laws about tampering with someone’s food, particularly candy given out at Halloween? Let us know what you think in the comments down below.

Minors Breaking the Law

Minors Breaking the Law

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Minors Breaking the Law

Finding out that a child has broken a law is a terrible situation for a parent to deal with. No parent ever wants to answer the front door, or a phone, to learn that their child is in some serious trouble. While rare, this does happen from time to time. As such, a parent should be aware of what happens when a minor has a run in with law enforcement agents.

How the Law Handles Juveniles

When a minor gets in trouble with the law, officers react a little differently. In most cases, minors receive lesser penalties for crimes than an adult would. Still, there are times when a minor could find themselves locked up.

What happens to a minor who broke the law is largely dependent on the crime itself. If the charge is relatively minor, then the child will likely be allowed to go home, or be escorted home. Most of the time, the law prefers that parents take care of the children themselves. However, that is not always an option.

If things are a little more serious, then the minor may be given a summons to appear in court at a later date. If things are real bad, then the minor may be arrested and taken to juvenile hall.

Juvenile Hall

Just because a minor is taken to juvenile hall does not mean that they will be forced to stay there forever. This isn’t the end of the world.

A probation officer will look at the case and decide how to proceed. The officer can do one of the following:

  • Give the minor a citation to appear in court and send him/her home.
  • Place the minor on probation, which allows them to go home and avoid going to court, unless they continue to misbehave.
  • Hold the minor in juvenile hall until a judge can look at the case.

Minors in Court

When dealing with courts, minors go to a separate court that focuses solely on minors. If a child has to go to a hearing in court, they could be going for any of the following reasons:

  • Detention Hearing. This will determine if the child needs to stay in juvenile hall or not.
  • Transfer Hearing. This will determine if the case will stay at this level, or be moved up to an adult court.
  • Adjudication. This is the actual trial held in front of a judge, without a jury.
  • Disposition Hearing. If the juvenile is found guilty, this is where they receive their sentencing.

Despite the fact that these court hearings are for minors, they are still very serious. A person should treat these hearings the exact same way they would any other court appearances. This means a person, especially the minor, should dress appropriately and behave while in the court.

Consequences of Court

The goal of the juvenile delinquency system is to rehabilitate minors and to help mold them into good, well-behaved individuals. As such, judges have a lot of options when it comes to sentencing any minor that is found guilty.

What is likely the best case scenario for a guilty verdict, is probation. This means the minor is able to go home. They just have to be on their best behavior to ensure they don’t receive a worse punishment. Some common probation conditions can include:

  • A curfew.
  • Going to counseling.
  • Going to school.
  • Making restitutions to the victims.
  • Performing community service.

A worst case scenario would be when a judge determines that a child is better off away from their home. The child could become a ward of the state, which is where the state takes responsibility for the child. The minor could be placed into a probation camp, or into California’s Division of Juvenile Justice. Neither of these are great outcomes.

Be a Part of Your Child’s Life

No parent ever wants their child to have to face hardship, and getting into trouble with the law definitely counts as hardship. Luckily, a child has to screw up pretty majorly in order to wind up in juvenile hall. So long as a parent takes an active role in their kid’s life, they should be able to prevent that from ever happening.

When kids have guidance, they are able to make better choices, and therefore are less likely to end up getting into trouble in the first place. That is why parents need to pay attention to their kids. If they don’t, their child could make a bad choice and find him or herself in juvie.

When Should the Party End?

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Have you heard of the proposed bill by Senator Scott Weiner from San Francisco that would allow bars to stay open later? State Bill 384, which is referred to as “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night” or LOCAL Act for short, will allow communities to adjust how late restaurants and bars can serve alcohol.

Under this new law, city governments would be able to adjust the time from 2am, to anywhere up to 4am. This gives the city more control over the serving of alcohol, which can greatly affect nightlife in the city. Many cities across the state of California rely on having a busy night life to help support the local economy.

The law will not force cities to change the cut off call for serving alcohol. What it does is let cities extend the last call time from 2am to 4am.

This is not the first proposed bill to do this. A similar bill was proposed back in 2013. However, this bill did not gain enough votes to pass through committee.

The LOCAL Act recently passed through the California state senate last week. However, this does not mean it will become a law. It has a few more hurdles to pass before becoming a full-fledged California law.

What do you think? Should California cities be able to extend the last call time for alcohol service?

The Differences between Jail and Prison

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Jail and prison are two places you would never want yourself, or a loved one, to end up. It is a common mistake to believe jail and prison refer to the same institutions. It is true that they are quite similar, but at the same time, there are a number of differences that separate them from each other.

The main difference, first and foremost, is the purpose they serve, and who they serve. Jails house two types of people:

• Defendants who are unable to post bail but have yet to be convicted because they are still waiting for trial,
• Convicted individuals who are serving a sentence of 1 year or less.

Prisons, house criminals who are serving sentences longer than 1 year.

Local governments or sheriff departments run and operate jails whereas prisons are operated by state and federal governments.

In jail, inmates have access to programs such as work release, boot camp, and other services that address educational and vocational needs. Prisons also offer work release programs, as well as halfway houses and other programs. These are designed to offer inmates a chance to transfer a little more easily from prison back into society as they near the end of their sentence.

In California, there are 33 prisons; less than a handful of these prisons are women-only prisons. California prisons are pretty much maxed out when it comes to the inmate count. In fact, the state’s prisons are overcrowded. This is why the courts are constantly reviewing the inmates and their charges. Any inmates who are serving long sentences for misdemeanor crimes possibly get the chance to be released from prison early. However, even doing this takes some time to get through.

If your loved one is being accused of a crime and has the opportunity to post bail, help them do it. You would not want your loved one to remain in jail, would you? Bring them home. Carls Bail Bonds can help with this by offering an affordable bail bond.

Contact Carls Bail Bonds, or at (866) 855-3186.

When Can You Turn the Police Away?

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Not enough people in the United States know their rights when it comes to police searches and seizures, and this is a problem. Some people get so intimidated around the police, even if they did nothing wrong. Others just do not know if and when police are overstepping their authority. There are certain rights people have that protect them, even against the police, such as when they can say “no” to a police search.

Law enforcement officers do not always have the right to conduct a search. First, the police must have reasonable suspicion that a crime has occurred or will occur. If they ask to search a person, his or her belongings, and/ or his or her home or vehicle, the person can deny the police. Then, the police must get a search warrant from a judge in order to move forward. They cannot conduct the search without this warrant.

A search warrant will specifically list persons, items, and locations. Whatever is listed on the warrant is allowed to be searched. If, for example, a bedroom is not listed on the search warrant, but the bathroom is, then the police cannot search in the bedroom. However, if an officer finds guns, for example, while conducting their legal search, and guns are not listed on the warrant, the officer is allowed to seize these items.

In recent years, the discussion of needing a search warrant has come up frequently when it comes to social media profiles and digital devices like cell phones and laptops. Since these are personal items that hold personal and private information, the police do need a warrant to search and seize these items, unless the original owner grants the officers a search without one. Officers also need a search warrant to look through someone’s social media profile. Like with other searches, they still need reasonable suspicion in order to even begin the search and seizure process.

Having the right to deny a search is a right that protects a person. Though a person cannot deny a search if the police come back with a search warrant, they continue to have rights down the line if matters get worse for them. For example, if they are arrested, they have the right to remain silent, the right to a lawyer, and the right to post bail. Even if it seems like the odds are stacked against a person, it is always important and beneficial to exercise rights as much as possible.

Can I Request to Change My Court Date?

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Right on our heels is Summer, a favorite time of year for people to travel. The children are on break from school and the weather cannot be beat. Travel has been planned for months and there are probably going to be some unplanned, short weekend trips ahead for relaxing at the beach or going hiking. Travel and vacations are a metaphor for freedom, but it is earned freedom. In some cases, that freedom can be taken away, by a judge’s order.

If a person is ever arrested, a judge will dictate whether or not a person can proceed with their planned vacation. In this kind of situation, the judge will first determine if the person is eligible to post bail. If the judge denies bail, the person must stay in police custody during their trial. This means that the person is unable to make their summer vacation.

If the judge grants bail, they may also outline additional travel restrictions. For example, the person may be allowed to travel domestically, but not internationally. The judge may say that the person cannot travel at all, and their passport must be surrendered. In the best scenario, the judge will not impose any travel restrictions for the defendant while out on bail.

In any case where the judge grants bail, one condition remains clear: the defendant must show up for their scheduled court dates. If the court dates interfere with the vacation they had planned long before this arrest, the defendant can request to have their court date changed to another day, but it is very unlikely the judge will be understanding of this. Truth be told, it is not exactly a good look for a defendant, someone who is accused of violating the law, to ask the court to accommodate their schedule. It is not really worth asking.

If a defendant misses their court date, they jeopardize their bail and freedom. They will be taken back into custody and face the possibility of being held without bail, or having their bail increased.

Something like this can really dampen a summer vacation. If you, or a travel mate of yours, falls into some type of situation like this, hope for the best but prepare for otherwise. You may need to adjust your travel plans. Plus, if it is not you, but your friend or family member who is in trouble, they could really use you to stick around and offer support.

If you need bail bond support, then please contact Carls Bail Bonds online or at (866) 855-3186.

How Much is One Serving of Alcohol?

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The countdown to summer break has begun, leaving students and families eager to get away from school and work in order to have some fun. These long hot days and warm nights bring some of the best memories each year. Admittedly, alcohol has a big part in that because it allows everyone to relax and loosen up. Moreover, if there is no work, school, or another obligation to attend to the next morning, the alcohol will keep flowing. With that being said, the alcohol consumption should only go so far. Each individual should know when to say no to a drink.

The legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit in California is 0.08%. It does not take the same amount of drinks for everyone to reach that level. How much alcohol has an effect on someone depends on a large number of factors. Person A can have 3 drinks, be at 0.04%, and feel extremely drunk. Meanwhile Person B can have 5 drinks, be at 0.07% and still be much more coherent and aware than Person A.

BAC can depend on gender, body weight and build, the number of drinks consumed, the types of drinks consumed, whether or not a person has eaten, any medications they might be taking, and more. Generally, women feel the effects of alcohol much faster than men, and smaller body types will feel the effects faster than bigger body types will. If a person has food in their stomach, that will help soak up some alcohol. Conversely, if they are drinking on an empty stomach, they will get drunk faster.

When it comes to determining what 1 serving of alcohol means, it depends on the type of drink you want to look at. As a general rule, 1 serving of alcohol equals 1 oz. of 100 proof liquor, a 12 oz. beer, or 4 oz. wine. A 12 oz. beer is much more liquid volume than a glass of wine, but the servings are considered equal. 3 glasses of 4 oz. wine each, 12 oz. total, is theoretically 3 times the serving of a 12 oz. beer.

We mentioned that the legal BAC limit in California is 0.08%, yet many people are drunk well before this limit. If a cop pulls a person over and they blow a 0.05%, they can and will still arrest them for a DUI, especially if they do not appear coherent and alert enough to drive safely. There is never a good reason to drink and drive. The risks are far too dangerous for this person and others on the road. At the same time, even if a person is not driving and is relying on a designated sober driver, they should still know when to stop drinking. Alcohol lowers inhibitions and the ability to make safe and sound decisions. People put themselves at risk and vulnerability when they drink. It is just a precaution to know how much is too much.

Bail Bond Commandments Thou Must Not Break

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We are all familiar with mistakes and how they set us back from reaching our goals. People who have trouble with the law know this particularly well and at that moment, they want nothing more than to post bail so they can return home. There, they can reevaluate their near future and figure out how to tackle the proper steps to mend relationships, fix their reputation, and of course, deal with their trial.

The fastest, most affordable way they can post bail is to do so with a bail bond. It is pretty important not to commit any mistakes when filling out the bail bond paperwork because it can delay the whole process, or jeopardize it later on. Here are the 6 bail bond “commandments” thou must not break:

• Provide the correct contact information of the defendant. Double check it is current and accurate.
• Get a co-signer who is willing and ready to make payments should the defendant fail to do so on their own.
• Notify the bail bond company of the defendant’s court dates.
• Make all bail bond payments in full and on time. Payments are accepted with cash, credit, debit, and checks. Do not fall behind on payments.
• Pledge collateral that you can part with if it so happens that you need to because the defendant skipped court.
• Make sure the defendant shows up for court as scheduled.

The bail bond is going to release the defendant from jail; it is a benefit to them. No one, including the defendant themselves, should jeopardize this freedom. So it is imperative to understand all the terms and conditions of the bail bond, and to make sure the defendant appears for court.

At Carls Bail Bonds, agents support their clients through the entire bail bond process. They are ready to help and ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible, at the most affordable cost. They will set each client up with a customized payment plan too. They want you and your loved ones to succeed and get through this stressful situation.

Contact Carls Bail Bonds at (866) 855-3186 or chat with someone from the team online.

Out-Of-State Bail Bond Options

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The next 3-day weekend coming up is Memorial Weekend, and for many, that is a weekend that will be spent traveling! Whether going by plane, train, or automobile, take note of what is on your itinerary. You have a bunch of fun activities planned like the beach, hiking, and camping, probably with varying amounts drinking. Do everything responsibly because the best way to ruin a fun getaway is to end up behind bars.

People who are arrested in California can bail out of jail with a bail bond from Carls Bail Bonds. We provide affordable bail bonds and custom payment plans that get defendants out of jail as soon as possible. We are available 24/7, and are more than willing to assist anyone in need of a California bail bond.

However, if someone is arrested outside of California, then Carls Bail Bonds cannot assist with the bail bond process. A local bail bond company will need to be involved. However, that is not the hard part. The more stressful part in these instances is understanding all the details of the case, because more often than not, the defendant will have to be present for their court appearances, and their court appearances will be held in the city and state in which they were arrested. This means they will need to travel back and forth from California, make lodging arrangements, and work out a plan with their employer and family. Depending on the complexity of the case, this can be months of back and forth chaos.

Your plan for the 3 day Memorial holiday should go without issue. Just enjoy your getaway and relax with a little bit of booze. Drink responsibly and be mindful of your actions. No one wants to go from laying out on the beach to lying inside an uncomfortable jail cell, wondering what is going to happen next.

If you are ever in need of a bail bond, for yourself or a loved one, in a California, please contact Carls Bail Bonds online or at (866) 855-3186.

This is Why People Choose Carls Bail Bonds

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We hope you will never need a bail bond, for yourself or a loved one, but if you do, we want you to know that you can and should rely on the team at Carls Bail Bonds. There are many other bail bond companies in California, but here is why you should choose us like so many others before you:

• 24/7 state-wide availability in California by phone, online, or in our offices.
• Free consultations.
• Phone approvals.
• We have offices spread throughout the state from San Diego all the way to Northern California.
• Custom payment plans.
• 0% interest.
• No hidden fees.
• Financing is available.
• Multi-lingual agents.
• Fast, confidential, and courteous service.
• 30 years of experience in the bail bond industry.
• More satisfied customers than other bail bond companies.

Every other bail bond company can say that they care about their clients, but no one proves it like we do. We are a family founded and operated bail bond company, and our goals and values are built around this core importance of family and unity. We understand that your time and money is incredibly valuable, which is why we promise not to waste one second or penny.

We will work with you and your family on a custom payment plan tailored to your financial situation and we promise to be with you each step of the way. We are on your side and we want just as much as you, to bail your loved one out of jail. Reuniting friends and family is why we love our job, and our passion for this is truly identifiable through our service. You cannot find this anywhere else.

Carls Bail Bonds can be reached anytime. Just call us at (866) 855-3186, chat with us online, or visit your nearest location.

What Have Other People Said About Carls Bail Bonds?

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Learning what other people have said about a business is a pretty important thing to research before you decide to commit to this business’ services. Although it takes a little bit of time, during which your loved one is just sitting in jail waiting for you to call the shots, researching could be the difference between you getting the best deal or getting the worst. We completely understand that 10 minutes can seem like 10 hours to them, but trust us. It is critical to know what you are going to get, or not get, from a company you are hiring for a serious need.

Carls Bail Bonds is one of California’s top bail bond companies. We have been in the industry for 30 years. We are family founded and owned and our values were built around strong, emotional bonds. Here is what people have said after their experiences with Carls Bail Bonds:

“Thank you for all the help during a very stressful time. Everyone was very professional and helpful. The agent was very good at explaining everything and answering all of my questions” – Karina S. of Simi Valley, CA.

“They were very helpful and understanding. It was a great experience that exceeded my expectations.” – Dominique U. of Carson, CA.

“I called several bail bond offices and Alexa was the only one that took the call as if I was the only customer. She truly took her time to explain everything to me.” – Karen B. of Burbank, CA.

“I’ve had to use you before and needed you again. Of course I came back to you because your bail agents and friendly and patient.” – Kimberly of Bell Mountain, CA.

More reviews on Carls Bail Bonds can be found online. If you are interested in speaking with an agent directly and getting a free consultation, reach out online or at (866) 855-3186. There are over dozens of agents and representatives at Carls Bail Bonds. No matter where in California you are, they will assist you. They are available 24/7 too, so do not hesitate to reach out anytime, even at 4 AM.

What Your First 3 or So Days Look Like if You are Ever Arrested

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Are you curious to know what the first 3 or so days look like for a defendant who was just arrested?.

Immediately when a person is arrested, they are read their Miranda Rights – the right to remain silent and the right to a lawyer.

Following the arrest, the defendant is taken to booking. During the booking process, their name is recorded, as well as the reason for their arrest. The officers will take the defendant’s mugshots and fingerprints. Additional DNA samples will be taken. The loose items that were on them during the arrest, like wallets, keys, and cell phones, will be confiscated. The defendant will change into an orange jumpsuit, and their clothes will be confiscated. They will go through a full body search and a health buy phentermine screening. The police will check if any other warrants had been issued for the defendant’s arrest prior to this one.

After booking, the suspect is taken to a room where they will wait for questioning, and conversations with loved ones. Mostly, they wait for their arraignment hearing, which will take place no more than 3 days after the arrest. This is where the prosecutor formally announces the charges, and the judge determines the bail.

Once bail is set, the defendant, and his or her loved ones, can begin making arrangements to pay the bail. The route most commonly used to post bail is hiring a bail bond company like Carls Bail Bonds. This way, the defendant pays only 10% of the full bail amount to the company, rather than 100%. Moreover, with a bail bond company, they get a payment plan that is executed after the defendant’s release. There are additional terms and conditions, but overall, it is much more desirable than paying 100% cash bail.

Learn more about bail bonds and what to expect in the process from a professional at Carls Bail Bonds. We are available 24/7, so call (866) 855-3186 now, or start a chat online!

Bail Your Easter Bunny Out of Jail!

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If tradition has it that your husband plays the role of the Easter Bunny every year, then it would just be wrong to have someone else stand in for the role this year as your husband sits in jail. Your husband is a father and even an uncle, he does not deserve to miss out on bringing laughter and smiles to the kids! His mistake was one small mishap that you all know is not typical of him. He is already being punished enough, and will continue to deal with the consequences later on. He knows this and will take responsibility for his actions when that time comes. For now, he deserves to be bailed out of jail in time for Easter. Carls Bail Bonds, can help make that happen.

We provide families with bail bonds, which are the alternative to posting 100% cash bail. When you pay cash bail, a person cannot be released until 100% of the bail is paid. With a bail bond, loved ones will work with an Carls Bail Bonds team member to do the paperwork. This includes jotting down contact information, co-signing the contract, and creating a customized payment plans. Our bail bonds cost 10% of the full bail amount, so if the bail is $100,000, then the bail bond is $10,000 and remember that this $10,000 is paid off in increments.

Once the paperwork is done between you and us, it is transferred to the jail where it will be processed. Then, your loved one will be released. Payments according to the agreed upon payment schedule will continue even after the defendant is released.

You see how bail bonds are more affordable and flexible, and how they will allow your husband to come home in time to put on that bunny outfit for Easter?

Carls Bail Bonds is available 24/7 and consultations are free. Whenever you are ready, do not hesitate to reach out to us online or at (866) 855-3186.

Finally… Street Vending Becomes Legal in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles is known for many things: the Dodgers, the Lakers, Hollywood, sunshine, a melting pot of cultures, but it is also known for its less favorable qualities, like being a major U.S. city where street vending is illegal. At long last, those days are no more.

The city council of Los Angeles voted unanimously to make street vending in Los Angeles legal. However, this change does not flick on overnight. It will take months for the city to finalize a legal permit system for street vendors.

In addition to moving to make street vending legal, the city council also said that any vendors with unpaid fines, at this point, will not face misdemeanor criminal charges, arrest, or deportation.

Legalizing street vending in Los Angeles allows this said melting pot of cultures to melt together even more. By a vast majority, street vendors are individuals who have immigrated here; they are giving so much of their effort to make an honest living doing what they can, and that is selling food or goods on the streets. For a city that vows to protect and support its immigrants, legalizing street vending is another step in that direction.

However, like any legal matter, the legalization of street vending does come with its criticisms. For example, some neighborhoods and communities want the right to choose whether street vending should be allowed within their zip codes at all. Others want say in how many vendors would be allowed per block or a certain radius.

Los Angeles has some time to work out all the kinks to come up with a solution that will please as many people as possible.

When a Search Warrant is and is not Needed

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There are many times the police would need a search warrant to go through a person’s belongings or property, but there are also times where a search and seizure warrant is not needed. This includes:

• The individual voluntarily consents to a search.
• Inspection searches, like border patrol.
• Illegal and incriminating items and contraband are in plain view.
• “Stop and frisk” situations where the police officer temporarily detains a person to search for weapons.
• Emergency situations where the search and seizure is necessary at that moment to prevent a crime from happening.
• Searches incident to a lawful arrest.
• When the police have probable cause a vehicle contains evidence of a crime.

When the police do need a warrant, they obtain this from a judge. The warrant will list the locations and/ or items that are allowed to be searched. The officers are not allowed to search anything or anywhere that is not listed in the warrant. So, if the warrant lists a home’s living room only, then the officer may not search the bedroom.

However, this does not mean the officer cannot seize something that was not listed on the warrant. For example, the officers are searching the living room for illegal drugs. While they are looking under the couch cushion, they come across weapons. The officer is allowed to seize those weapons.

Warrants are also required in order to go through a person’s cell phone and computer. These items would need to be listed on the warrant in order for the officer to search and seize.

Remember, although the police are authoritative figures, the public still has rights. People have the right to deny a search, but when the police come back with a warrant, then there is nothing the individual can do about it. If they have worries, they can consult with a lawyer.

3 Strikes, No Outs – You can Always Count on Carls Bail Bonds

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“3 strikes, you are out” is only a rule in baseball and a figurative rule in other games. When it comes to needing a bail bond from Carls Bail Bonds, there are no “outs,” no matter how many times in your lifetime you need a bail bond. We hope that after one bail bond, you will never need to ask us for another, but if it so happens that you do need another bail bond, for the same person or someone else, you can count on us to help you.

Just like the first time we guided you through the bail bond process, we will set you up on a custom payment plan that will cover the 10% premium. Collateral and a co-signer may be required, depending on the situation. There is 0% interest and no hidden fees. Just like before, your loved one will be bailed out of jail in no time.

We hope you found security and trust with Carls Bail Bonds, the first time around so that for all future bail bond needs, you will trust in us to get the job done again. No matter how many times you need us, we will be there.

We can always be reached online or at (866) 855-3186. We will not let you down.

Carls Bail Bonds Vows to Protect You

By | Carls Bail Bonds

At Carls Bail Bonds we take our vows seriously. As a company, Carls Bail Bonds promises to protect a person’s right to bail by providing families with affordable bail bonds and customizable payment plans.

Each agent and representative here at Carls Bail Bonds does their job because they genuinely want to help another family. In fact, this is not just a 9-5 job for us, it is a lifetime career of reuniting families. We are available 24/7 because others may need help, even in the earliest hours of the day or on Christmas. Nothing will stop one of our bail agents from helping you.

Some like to call Carls Bail Bonds a team of superheroes, but we just like to think of ourselves as a band of dedicated and reliable bail bond professionals who will assist you during this stressful time. This is our promise to you, we will not let you down.

Learn more about bail bonds, and get a free consultation, by talk to a representative from Carls Bail Bonds online, or at (866) 855-3186.

Carls Bail Bonds – A Team of Heroes

By | Carls Bail Bonds

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

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 Carls Bail Bonds. 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 Carls Bail Bonds 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 Carls Bail Bonds. We will not let you down.

Talk to a representative online or at (866) 855-3186.