Orlando, FL, November 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- 33rd Street Bail Bonds published an online guide on their website, http://www.injail.com, discussing the ramifications of providing false identification. The guide discusses what can happen when a consumer gives false identification to a pawn shop while pawning an item.
Russ Pacala, owner of 33rd Street Bail Bonds, states, “Many people don’t realize that providing a false ID at a pawn shop or signing an affidavit that declares you are the rightful owner of property that really isn’t yours, is a felony. This charge carries potentially heavy penalties of jail time, probation, or fines. You could also wind up with the stigma of being labeled a thief. This could hurt your future opportunities.”
The online guide located at:
walks readers through a simple scenario of how easily one can be charged with false verification/identification.
In the guide 33rd Street Bail Bonds refers to false representation when dealing with a pawn shop. Charges for false verification depend on the amount of money received from a pawned item. If the money received is less than $300, then a person can be charged with a third degree felony. Penalties from being convicted of false verification in the third degree could include up to five years in jail, five years’ probation, and fines of up to $5,000. If the money received from a pawned item is $300 or more, then a person faces a second degree felony. Penalties from being convicted of false verification in the second degree could include up to fifteen years in prison, fifteen years of probation, and up to $10,000 in fines.
The bail bondsmen at 33rd Street Bail Bonds continually work to educate consumers on the laws in hopes that people make better choices. In the event people find themselves in trouble with the law, 33rd Street Bail Bonds can help. This Orlando based bail bond agency bails defendants from jail who are facing numerous charges including providing false verification, dealing in stolen property, drug trafficking, fraud, DUI, domestic violence, and more. To start the bail bond process, consumers are encouraged to call 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303. A bail bond agent is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and all year- round to assist defendants with the bail bond process.
The Orlando bail bond agents at 33rd Street Bail Bonds are licensed, knowledgeable, experienced, courteous, and prompt. They will help a defendant navigate the ins and outs of the bail bond process. They will also answer any questions about the process or the criminal justice system for a defendant.
33rd Street Bail Bonds serves all of Central Florida. Defendants from across Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Osceola, and Lake counties rely on 33rd Street Bail Bonds to provide help. This bail bond agency is the oldest and most trusted bail bond agency in Central Florida. 33rd Street Bail Bonds is family owned and operated since 1971.
Along with helping clients across Central Florida, 33rd Street Bail Bonds is licensed to post bonds in every Florida county and can arrange bonds across the United States. All major credit cards are accepted and bonds can be posted online, by fax, or by phone at 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303.
33rd Street Bail Bonds is located at 2430 33rd Street in Orlando, Florida, just a couple blocks from the Orange County Jail. To learn more about this Orlando bail bond office, please visit online at: www.injail.com. To start the bail bond process, consumers should call 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303.