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Can You Bail Someone Out of Jail on the Weekend?

Can You Bail Someone Out of Jail on the Weekend? A Closer Look

Here at All Day All Night Bail Bonds, we are dedicated to helping people during a difficult time: Immediately after the arrest of a loved one. Most people don’t deal with the criminal justice system on a regular basis. Because of this, panic tends to set in when someone is arrested. Thankfully, we deal with the criminal justice system on a daily basis. We have years of experience, and can help you when your loved has been arrested. One of the most common questions we hear is, “can you bail someone out of jail on the weekend?” Here is our answer.

Weekends: Common Times for an Arrest

The weekends are a common time for arrests. This is because people are out having fun and enjoying life. This leads to more mistakes and bad choices. For example, DUI arrests, arrests for harassment, or assault can be the result of a night out drinking with friends. Arrests can happen at the time of the event, or at a later date after a police officer has completed investigations.

Can You Bail Someone Out of Jail on the Weekend? It Depends on the Crime

The short answer to the question, “can you bail someone out of jail on the weekend?” is: It depends on the crime and the situation. Certain offenses have a set bail amount (called the bail schedule). If the defendant meets all the criteria, they can usually be released over the weekend. If, however, they need to see a judge to set bail (either because the crime they have allegedly committed is unusual or violent, or because they have a criminal history), then they will have to wait until the judge can see them to set bail.

We are Available 24/7, 7 Days a Week: Call Us Now

If you have a loved one in jail, and are wondering if you can bail them out over the weekend, just give us a call. We’ll need the booking number, name, and location of your friend, and we’ll be able to determine if they can be bailed out or not. We are here to help you during this difficult time – give us a call today!

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