Whether you’re new to arrests and posting bail or you’re experienced on the subject we know there will always be questions surrounding bail. That’s why in today’s post we’re going to shed some light on a very common question. When a friend or loved one is arrested it’s not uncommon for someone to ask the question, “When should I post bail?” In today’s post we’re going to address that question and help you understand a little bit about posting bail quickly.
When Should I Post Bail?
We understand learning that a friend or loved one has been arrested can bring a flood of emotions. Anxiety, hurt, fear and confusion are just common examples of what you may be feeling. In some cases, especially if it is a repeat offense landing your friend or loved one in custody again. You might wonder if you should even consider posting bail sooner rather than later. After all, won’t that teach them a lesson? Sadly, allowing your friend or loved one to sit in jail does more than “teach them a lesson”.
Post Bail Quickly – Call All Day All Night Bail Bonds!
Allow your friend or loved one to sit in jail needlessly does more harm than good. In fact, being arrested can cause the individual to experience intense stress which can lead to emotional or mental trauma. This stress can negatively impact their wellbeing not just mentally but physically as well. When experiencing intense episodes of stress this can cause the individual to lose sleep. Which not only impacts their physical body but their immune system as well. Which in turn can make them prone to sickness that can cause them to miss work or even their court dates.
When your friend or loved one has been arrested don’t wait to post jail – take the compassionate route and contact All Day All Night Bail Bonds. We are available 24/7 to help you get your loved one home where they belong!