What’s That On The Roofs Of Houses?

What’s That On The Roofs Of Houses?

California is leading the nation when it comes to greener and cleaner energy use. It’s like a life style almost in California. With large cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles, it is no wonder we want to regulate what emissions we’re putting out in the world. That is why it comes as no surprise that California is becoming one of the first states to require solar panels on newly constructed houses.

The California Energy Commission (CEC) support the passing of a mandate that will require any new single home to have solar panels or solar arrays.

It won’t just be single resident housing, multi-family buildings up to three stories will have to follow the mandate as well. The CEC voted for this proposal in May this year, and the measure was unanimously approved...

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Did You Know Driving Too Slow Is Against The Law?

Did You Know Driving Too Slow Is Against The Law?

Nothing is worse than someone in a hurry tailgating you. You try to let them pass, but they seem adamant about following directly behind you. You get mad, and then think to yourself you’ll just slow down a little and then maybe then they’ll pass you and you can continue on your drive. The next thing you know you’re driving below the speed limit, and the guy passes you. Then you see some red and blue lights in your rear view mirror. You certainly can’t be in trouble, can you?

California has a Basic Speed Law.

This means that you can’t drive faster than what is posted but you also can’t drive too slow that you’re impeding traffic. Other states like Texas and Oklahoma have minimum speed limits posted, as well as a maximum. However, California does not...

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Can I Get In Trouble For Not Reporting A Crime I Just Witnessed?

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When a crime occurs and you’re around to witness it, do you have to report it to the police? Is it a moral obligation or a legal one? Most people don’t really know where the line is drawn. Sometimes no, you don’t legally have to report it, but other times, yes you do.

If you assisted another person in his or her crime, but did not actually commit the crime yourself, you can be charged if you know of the illegal plan and helped facilitate it. This can be disabling a security camera while the main suspect robs a bank.

If you witness someone committing a violent crime (rape, sexual assault, etc.) against a child 14 years or younger, you must report the crime. Failure to do so can lead to jail time and/or a fine for you.

If you are a particular professional (such as an educator, social...

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Get Ahead On Bail Bond Payments Using Your Tax Returns

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Tax returns are treated like free money. Most people either put it into their savings account or treat themselves to something nice. Some people may choose to use it to pay off a bail bond, which is definitely acceptable.

A part of what makes bail bonds more flexible and a more ideal alternative to paying for bail, is that it can be paid off with cash, credit, debit, and checks. This means that when a person receives their tax return and deposits it into their account, they can then write a check, cash it, or apply it to a debit or credit charge for a bail bond payment. Tax returns can get a person ahead in their bail bond payments.

Keep track of bail bond payments and do not fall behind. Hughson Bail Bond Store will be with you each step of the process so you don’t have to try understan...

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Out On Bail Will More Likely Appear For Court

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Did you know that a person who is out on bail is more likely to show up for their court dates? One of the biggest reasons this is true is that their current release could not have happened if it were not for the bail bond co-signer and/or anyone who pledged collateral.

If the defendant fails to appear in court, the co-signer feels the consequences and the collateral is taken away. So loved ones are betting on the defendant to show up in court; the defendant does not want to let their loved ones down. They want to prove to them and to everyone that they can handle this situation maturely and responsibly. This is why they are more likely to show up for court. When you bail a friend or family member out of jail, you become a part of that person’s support group...

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Save Your Holiday Money With Hughson Bail Bond Store

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The holidays have come and gone and it is a new year. You may have spent a great deal of money, but you also received some in return. Make it a resolution to not need to spend all of that newfound money on a somber situation like bail. Make it a resolution to stay out of trouble and see to it that your loved ones stay out of trouble as well.

However, things happen unexpectedly. No one is perfect. Sometimes you just end up being in the wrong place at the wrong time. All of a sudden you or a loved one, are in the middle of a huge mess.

Luckily, Hughson Bail Bond Store will help you bail your loved one out of jail while also helping you save some of your holiday-earned money. Our bail bonds are far more affordable than cash bail and we will set you up on a payment plan that you can afford.

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What Makes Hughson Bail Bond Store The Best?

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What makes Hughson Bail Bond Store the best bail bond company in California is our foundation and mission. We are a 30 year old family-owned and operated bail bond company built on family values. Each of our client is treated like a member of our family. They are given immediate, undivided attention, genuine concern care, and quick service.

At Hughson Bail Bond Store, our main goal is to bail defendants out of jail and reunite them with their family. We never charge hidden fees and we never charge interest. A bail bond through Hughson Bail Bond Store costs 10% of the full bail amount and that 10% can be paid off with a payment plan.

Hughson Bail Bond Store is available 24/7 statewide in California and you can get a FREE consultation to get started on bail bond process...

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Are You A Wanted Person?

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Knowing that the police are going to or want to arrest you is one thing, but not knowing if they are on the lookout for you is a scary thought. You genuinely do not know this information or it has not crossed your mind that you are doing something wrong.

Hughson Bail Bond Store can do a free, anonymous warrant search for you. We hope a search turns up negative, but if there is a record for your arrest, we can discuss bail bond options before you turn yourself in. Trust us, having a bail bond plan makes things easier and faster.

To get in touch with a bail agent from Hughson Bail Bond Store for a FREE consultation, call us at 209-575-1010 or Chat With Us online. Feel free to ask any questions you may have regarding bail and bail bonds. Inquire about cheap bail bonds and discounts we offe...

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Who Do You Call? Hughson Bail Bond Store

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When one is arrested, they will contact their close friends and family who they can confide in. They will also contact a lawyer to help them through the case. If they are eligible to post bail, they will get a bail agent because paying cash bail is ridiculously expensive. Wondering which company is the best bail bond company to go with?

At Hughson Bail Bond Store you get:

  • Free consultations
  • 24/7 statewide availability in California
  • Affordable bail bonds
  • Customized payment plans
  • 0% interest
  • No hidden fees
  • Discounts available
  • Confidential, professional service
  • Licensed, genuinely helpful bail agents
  • Se habla Español

Hughson Bail Bond Store has been in the bail bond industry for 30 years now and has more satisfied clients than other competitors...

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Texting And Driving? Too Much, New Laws

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Let us be real, these days, texting and driving is no longer texting and driving. It is more like social media-ing and driving, or navigating maps and driving, because smart phones have come so far in just a few years. This has caused driving and cell phone laws to be expanded, starting this year.

Starting this year, cell phones must be mounted to the dash, the lower left or upper left corner of the windshield, if the driver wishes to use it while driving. With it mounted, the driver may make one single tap or swipe on the phone.

Other laws regarding cell phone use while driving still exist of course, but the new ones just expanded on them.

The goal is to reduce distracted driving and consequences of such instances like accidents and arrests.

Hughson Bail Bond Store believes in safety fir...

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