It’s not so much what goes on during the party, it’s the aftermath. The heated sports conversations and the driving home intoxicated can get people into trouble. Arrests do happen the night of Super Bowl Sunday including early parts of the day as well while people are gearing up for the big game.
ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) February 01, 2023
Central Florida Bonding, Orlando’s premiere bail bonds agency, announces their newest online discussion containing tips for safely enjoying Super Bowl celebrations on February 12, 2023. Hadi Khouri, owner of Central Florida Bonding, stated “With the biggest night of football quickly approaching people are making plans for watching and celebrating the win of their favorite team. As with most parties, alcohol will be enjoyed, however, tempers may also flare as one team ends in defeat. It’s not so much what goes on during the party, it’s the aftermath. The heated sports conversations and the driving home intoxicated can get people into trouble. Arrests do happen the night of Super Bowl Sunday including early parts of the day as well while people are gearing up for the big game. We encourage people to use a ride share service such as Uber and to pace themselves if they are drinking. If you do find yourself behind bars we are open on Super Bowl Sunday, so people can call us to bond out of jail.”
In their latest online discussion, Khouri discusses alcohol limits as well as options for transportation if one finds themselves intoxicated and unable to drive. To read the discussion in its entirety visit https://cfborlando.com/super-bowl-jail-time/
Central Florida Bonding is located in Orlando, Florida, at 2911 39th Street Suite 300, 32839. Their office is in the Cox Plaza and a bail bondsman is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. They offer bond for a variety of charges including driving while intoxicated (DWI), driving under the influence (DUI), drugs and drug paraphernalia, domestic violence, assault, battery, road rage, traffic violations, burglary, resisting arrest, child neglect, driving with a suspended license and several other charges. Their bail bondsman are extremely experienced and can walk defendants and their family members through the ins and outs of the bail and court system. They will remind defendants of court dates and paperwork that must be submitted to process the bail.
Khouri adds “We try and help people as much as possible. We ask that people give us up to date contact information so that we can reach defendants in a timely manner. For those who this is their first time being arrested it can be a scary experience. Especially if it’s a college student being arrested. We consult with parents and guide them. Over the years we have bailed college students from jail for alcohol and drug charges. Students from Rollins College, University of Central Florida, Seminole State College and Valencia College have used our bail bonds agency to bond from jail. One thing I can say is that we pride ourselves in customer service and the ability to bond people from jail quickly.”
Central Florida Bonding has been serving Central Florida since 1979 and bailing defendants from jail from most criminal cases. Khouri states “with the internet and social media at such high usage, we are seeing an increase in domestic violence cases, sexual predators and bullying. We encourage parents to keep an eye on their kids, know which social spaces they are in, monitor the phones too. We have bailed young adults out of jail for charges that could have easily been avoided. Now these young people have a criminal record that stays with them.”
Central Florida Bonding’s website is chalk full of information to educate consumers. From domestic violence to traffic violations, medical marijuana and more. Their blog is rich with plenty of articles on different charges such as: Penalties For Using Medical Marijuana and Driving in Florida, Impaired Driving, Tax Evasion, Romance Scams, Road Rage, Reporting Child Abuse and Parents Guide: Arrest for Underage DUI. For more information on how to bond from jail or what’s the difference between bail and bond call Central Florida Bonding at 407-841-3646 or visit online at: https://cfborlando.com/.