Orlando, Florida Bail Bonds Agency Warns People That Violent Crimes Tend To Up-Tick During Summer Months
ORLANDO, Fla., May 17, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Central Florida Bonding is proud to announce the release of their newest article entitled "Summer Crimes". As summer begins to approach, this Orlando bail bonds agency encourages everyone to remain safe as temperatures rise and violent crimes continue to rise. Several studies have been published over the last few decades that have shown that as the temperature rises, emotions can also rise with it. In the course of the summer season, this could lead to a higher number of violent crimes occurring as a result.
Hadi Khouri, owner of Central Florida Bonding, stated, "Primarily the July 4th holiday is celebrated by spending time in the sun with family and friends, often with alcohol and other items of celebration for the occasion. There is also a significant increase in the number of DUI accidents that occur on this holiday. I'm hoping the tips I share in this blog could remind people to make better choices and be mindful of their actions. Violence and the penalties associated can be very hefty, people need to be aware of the consequences should things go south. It's easy to follow the tips offered by Central Florida Bonding they are available online at: https://cfborlando.com/summer-crimes/.
Khouri encourages, "Every individual needs to gain a proper understanding of the increase in violent crime that takes place during the summers. It is through this knowledge that they may be able to move forward with rationale reasoning to avoid various risks."
In addition, Khouri emphasizes that even during major holidays with friends and family, people need to follow the law every day. The summer season in Florida lasts May through August and is one of the hottest locations throughout most of the United States, and it is easy to underestimate how much the heat can impact emotions and if people have ingested foreign substances, which can lead to a alcohol related incident or violent crime charge. Central Florida Bonding is available to help defendants of any age bond from jail by calling 407-841-3646.
There are numerous cases where Central Florida Bonding has bailed clients out of jail for offenses such as DUI, aggravated assault, robbery, road rage, identity theft, drugs, drug trafficking, domestic violence and a variety of other charges. In order to begin the bail bond process, contact Central Florida Bonding at 407-841-3646. There are a number of affiliated agencies throughout the United States with which Central Florida Bonding has worked with and can post bail throughout the state of Florida.
The services of their bail bond agents are available 24/7, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, no matter what time it is. At Central Florida Bonding, all of the bail bond agents have experience, are knowledgeable, and are licensed. Their bail bond agents can assist with paperwork, explain the process of posting bail, and answer any questions defendants may have about the criminal justice system.
In addition to Orange County, Seminole County, Osceola County, Volusia County, and Lake County, this bail bond agency services all of Central Florida. Since 1979, Central Florida Bonding has provided expert bail bond services to defendants. Khouri states, "We have been helping Central Floridians for many years. We can help you too! Please rely on our experience and expertise to guide you through this stressful experience."
Central Florida Bonding is located in the Cox Plaza at 2911 39th Street, Suite 300, in Orlando, Florida. To learn more about this bail bond agency, visit online at https://cfborlando.com/, or call 407-841-3646. For frequently asked questions visit their FAQ page.
Hadi Khouri, Central Florida Bonding, 407-841-3646, [email protected]
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