Category Archives: Arvin Bail Bonds

Preventing Auto Theft

Preventing Auto Theft

Auto theft is a massive and expensive problem. The Insurance Information Institute reports that in 2019, 219.9 cars per 100,000 people were stolen. The average value of the stolen vehicle was $8,886. The good news is that while you might not be able to totally prevent yourself from being a victim of auto theft, there […]

Are The Police Allowed To Commandeer Your Car?

Are The Police Allowed To Commandeer Your Car?

Police commandeering someone’s vehicle is something that happens all the time in action movies and police procedurals, but what about in the real world. Are police really allowed to commandeer your car the way they do in movies? The simple answer is yes. The police are allowed to commandeer your vehicle, but it’s not as […]

Failure To Pay Legal Child Support Obligations In California

Failure To Pay Legal Child Support Obligations In California

Child support is always a touchy issue. There are a variety of reasons people use for failing to pay legal child support obligations in California. These reasons include: That the amount is more than they can afford and they don’t have enough money left to live on. They don’t think their ex (or kids) are […]

The Truth About Breaking And Entering in California

The Truth About Breaking And Entering in California

People talk about breaking and entering charges all the time, so you’ll probably be surprised to learn that California doesn’t actually have any official breaking and entering laws. Just because California doesn’t have a specific breaking and entering law, it doesn’t mean you can walk into anyone’s house and not expect to face legal consequences. […]

What Is Assault With The Intent To Commit A Felony?

What Is Assault With The Intent To Commit A Felony?

Legally speaking, assault isn’t simple. California has multiple assault laws on the books and each one is just a little different from the others. Assault with the intent to commit a felony is just one of California’s assault laws. What is Assault with the Intent to Commit a Felony? An assault with the intent to […]

Boating While Under The Influence In California

Boating While Under The Influence In California

Everyone knows about the dangers and legal consequences of driving while under the influence, but we have a tendency to get lax when it comes to other situations. For example, while most of us would never dream of getting behind the wheel of our car after we’ve had a few beers, we have no hesitation […]

GoFund Me Crimes

GoFund Me Crimes

GoFund Me has been a wonderful tool. It’s allowed people, non-profit organizations and more to quickly raise money for important causes and emergencies. While many great things can be said about GoFund Me, as always, there’s also a dark side. Shortly after GoFund Me started making waves, scammers flocked to the site and started working […]

What Is Parental Kidnapping In California

What Is Parental Kidnapping In California

As a society, we have preconceived ideas about child abductions. We tend to think that most child abductions involve a stranger taking a child and that these are usually crimes of opportunity. The truth is that most child abductions are actually parental kidnappings. Child Find of America reports that 78% of missing children reports involve […]

Should You Open Your Door When A Stranger Knocks?

Should You Open Your Door When A Stranger Knocks?

There is a knock on your door. You stand beside the door for several seconds torn between the urge to open it and find out who is on the other side and a genuine concern that opening the door could jeopardize your safety. Knocks In The Middle Of The Night The general rule of thumb […]

What Is Aiding And Abetting?

What Is Aiding And Abetting?

The Legal Dictionary describes aiding and abetting as: “a person’s action to help, support or approve of someone else’s illegal act. Aiding and abetting is a crime in itself, held against those who would somehow assist a criminal – short of physically contributing to the illegal act. In many jurisdictions, aiding and abetting is the […]