Orlando, FL, March 18, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- 33rd Street Bail Bonds launches their online guide to staying safe over spring break. The online guide can be accessed at http://www.injail.com/avoid-jail-while-on-spring-break/.
This Orlando, Florida bail office is located at 2480 33rd Street in Orlando, just a couple of blocks from the Orange County Jail. Russ Pacala, owner of 33rd Street Bail Bonds, states, “Spring break is a great time to relax and have fun. Unfortunately, quite a few spring breakers forget to follow basic safety procedures like locking their doors and storing valuables in a safe place. The online guide offers tips on how to stay safe while still having fun and keeping out of jail. We see college students every year get arrested for drugs, DUI, DWI, assault and domestic violence. People think because they are out of town on vacation they can be free from following the laws. Our guide is to offer advice from our Orlando Bail Bonds team. We hate to see kids end up in jail, but if they do we encourage them to call our Orlando bail staff.”
A sample of the tips provided in the guide include:
• If you feel you are at risk of being involved in a fight it’s time to divert and leave, don’t get arrested for starting a fight
• After checking into a hotel room, check to make sure that all window locks, balcony locks, and door locks are working properly
• Use the buddy system. Arrive with friends and leave with friends.
• Do not drink and drive
• Stay on the beaten path. Do not wander down unlit roads or take shortcuts
• Do not leave valuables in plain view in a vehicle
• Use the safe in the hotel room
• Do not accept drinks from strangers. Do not leave drinks unattended.
Pacala adds, “Following the tips that we provide in our online guide can help make spring break safer. Freedom, alcohol, sun, and strangers grouped together can mean trouble. We have found that college students lose their inhibitions around alcohol and can make poor choices such as vandalizing a car, driving under the influence, or stealing someone else’s credit card. If you or any of your friends find yourself in jail, then please call 33rd Street Bail Bonds at 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303. We are here to help so please give us a call to start the bail bond process.”
33rd Street Bail Bonds is the oldest, most trusted bail bonding agency near Downtown Orlando. This Orlando bail bond agency is family owned and operated since 1971. Experience, empathy, and knowledge are the skill sets that all of the bail bond staff at 33rd Street Bail Bonds provide. For prompt and courteous assistance call 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303 any time day or night. This bail bond office is available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and all year long.
This Orlando bail bond office has helped clients throughout Central Florida, including clients from Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Lake, and Osceola counties. Navigating the bail bond process can be confusing. There is no reason to go it alone. The bail bondsmen at 33rd Street Bail Bonds will ensure that paperwork is filled out correctly, that questions are answered, and that a reminder phone call will be provided to inform the client of upcoming court appearances.
33rd Street bail bonds has helped clients who have faced numerous charges such as domestic violence, DUI, assault and battery, traffic misdemeanors, larceny, grand theft, and more. To learn more about 33rd Street Bail Bonds consumers are asked to call 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303 or visit online at www.injail.com.