When you or a loved one faces arrest you’re bound to have a lot of questions. That’s why at All Day All Night Bail Bonds we’re dedicated to helping you understand the bail bond process. Especially if you’ve never posted bail before you may find yourself wondering if it is even worth it. Or you may be questioning if you don’t post bail: what happens? That’s why in today’s post we’re going to shed some light on what happens if you don’t post bail. That way in the event that you have to post bail for yourself or a loved one you’ll have a better understanding of why or why not you want to post bail. Let’s get started!
If You Don’t Post Bail: What Happens?
When you don’t post bail you or your loved one are faced with a variety of disadvantages. For example when you remain in jail you only have limited access to necessary resources. Depending on the seriousness of your offense you may need to build a case, hire a lawyer, arrange for time away from work or arrange childcare. When you’re incarcerated it is not uncommon to have limited or no access to a phone or a computer. Which can negatively impact your ability to receive the justice you deserve.
Along with disadvantages there are also risks you take when you choose not to post bail. Depending on your work situation you risk losing your job. If you are unable to work while you await your hearing you also risk falling behind on payments. Which can have long term negative effects on your credit and financial situation.
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Now, don’t get us wrong there is one pro for not posting bail and that is an all expenses paid room and board, mini vacation. However, we understand that the cons outweigh the pros in this case. If you’re looking for someone who is knowledgeable and experienced contact our team at All Day All Night Bail Bonds 24/7! We’re standing by to talk to you today!