California Drivers Have to Stop for School Buses

California Drivers Have to Stop for School Buses

Everyone has been in a hurry once or twice in their life. Sometimes our mornings don’t go exactly as planned and we find ourselves rushing to get to work on time. Unfortunately, when drivers rush, they tend to make some careless and reckless decisions. A perfect example of this is when drivers fail to stop […]

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No Payment For One Month We Offer Affordable Bail Bonds

Bailing someone out of jail can be expensive, which is why Bail Bonds in San Fernando Valley offers discounts to make it more affordable. Qualified clients can get a 20% discount on their bail bond. To qualify for this discount, one of the co-signers for the bail bond needs to be a member of the […]

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Sorry Kids, No Sleeping in for You

Sorry Kids, No Sleeping in for You

Any child will tell you, and most parents would agree, that you have to get up pretty early if you want to get to school on time. If the student was up late the night before doing homework, which since the average high schooler has about 3.5 hours of every weeknight, is a very common […]

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California Limits Plastic Straws

California Limits Plastic Straws

A few years ago, the citizens of California voted to ban single-use plastic straws. At the time, the change was very controversial with many opponents of the bill upset at the loss of the flimsy plastic items. However, as time moved on, people adapted and got used to the new change. The success of this […]

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Are Your Kids Safe While Being Unattended?

Are Your Kids Safe While Being Unattended?

It’s a parent’s nightmare, but according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, approximately 800,000 children are reported missing every year. When broken down, this equates to about 2,000 children being kidnapped each day. While most of these result in a happy ending, the initial number of children being reported missing is staggering. […]

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Labor Day and DUI Checkpoints

The Truth About DUI Checkpoints

Labor Day is rapidly approaching, and everyone is looking forward to a little extra time off. Labor Day marks the unofficial end to summer, and many people celebrate with one final barbeque. This means good friends and family will get together to enjoy the outdoors one last time while having some good food. This all […]

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What Happens On Social Media Does Not Stay There, It Comes Back for You

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So much good has come from the dominance of social media in our lives: we remain connected with friends and family, we have more ways to access news, and we get involved with important matters. At the same time, quite a bit of bad can come from social media. Sometimes, this bad comes from our […]

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Before You Book a Holiday Vacation….

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As you are already planning travel arrangements for the upcoming holidays, keep in mind the scheduling of that one family member who faces some much despised, but very important, court appointments. They recently bailed out of jail and are adjusting their life around court appointments and other mandates. A defendant can generally travel while they […]

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What Juveniles Face vs. What Adults Face

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Legally, anyone 17 or younger is considered a juvenile. When a person turns 18, they become a legal adult. A lot people enjoy this time because they feel they have more freedom, and in some respects, they do. However, in addition to the fun that comes with turning 18, there are also added responsibilities. There […]

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