Category Archives: Kern County Bail Bonds

Writing Bad Checks In California

Writing Bad Checks In California

We’ve all had a situation where we didn’t have as much money in our accounts as we thought we did. This can result in a bounced check. As soon as we find out about our mistake we contact the people/business and banks involved in the issue and try to resolve the matter as quickly as […]

Blackmail In California

Blackmail In California

Blackmail is commonly used as a plot device in movies, books, etc. It helps add tension, create red herrings and build suspense. Unfortunately, blackmail also commonly happens in real life and when it does, it’s far less fun. In the real world, there can be a great deal of tragic fallout connected to blackmail. Most […]

How To Safely Discuss True Crime

How To Safely Discuss True Crime

True crime is not a new obsession. For decades there have been movies, documentaries and television shows that cover true crime events. Several authors have built their entire careers by writing about true crime. The difference between now and even just ten years ago is that it’s suddenly possible for the average person to start […]

Legal Self-Defense Weapons In California

Legal Self-Defense Weapons In California

There are some weapons that California lawmakers don’t want you to have and some that you’re legally allowed to have and use for self-defense purposes. Firearms First, you can legally own a gun in California for self-defense purposes provided you’ve gone through the proper training and licensing process. Not only do you have to go […]

Mug Shots Decorating Social Media Feeds? Not Anymore!

Mug Shots Decorating Social Media Feeds? Not Anymore!

Law enforcement agencies throughout the United States have discovered the importance of social media marketing. It’s a great way to stay in touch with the communities they trust, to gain some extra funding, and even get some important leads on open cases. Posting mug shots on social media sites is one of the things some […]

Say No To Wage Theft

Say No To Wage Theft

When most of us think about theft and money, we think about pickpockets, muggers, credit card scams and bank robbers. Few of us think about employers, mostly because that’s who is supposed to be giving us the money we live on. Yet, studies indicate that wage theft is a massive problem, one that is likely […]

How To Handle A Police Interrogation

How To Handle A Police Interrogation

The police believe that you are involved in a crime and want to bring you to the police station for an interrogation. This is a terrifying experience and many people don’t know how they should handle it. What you shouldn’t do is try to resist the situation. Refusing to go will simply make your situation […]

Is Social Media A Danger To You?

Is Social Media A Danger To You?

Social media is extremely important to many of us. We use it to develop careers, stay in touch with friends and family, learn new hobbies and make life altering connections. As much as we love social media, there are times when we find ourselves wondering if the channels we’re using could be potentially dangerous to […]

The Legal Ins And Outs Of Street Racing In California

The Legal Ins And Outs Of Street Racing In California

Street racing is fun. It’s exciting. It might even seem like a good idea. It’s also the type of fun that can land you in a great deal of legal trouble. California lawmakers believe that street racing is reckless and dangerous behavior which is why they’ve created strict laws. The hope is that the laws […]

Gun Violence In California And Ghost Guns

Gun Violence In California And Ghost Guns

Gun violence is an increasing concern throughout the United States. California isn’t an exception. In 2019, guns were connected to 2,945 deaths in California. About 1,600 of these deaths were ruled suicides while the remainder were connected to gun violence. In 2020, the number of gun-related homicides increased to 2,161 which represented a 30.3% increase. […]