16 Jun You’re Out on Bail. What Should You Do?
Following your arrest, you contacted Aiea Bail Bonds and they helped bail you out of jail. Great! Now, you’re not sure what you should do with yourself.
For the most part, you should go about your regular daily life, assuming that your daily life doesn’t involve criminal activity. You can go to work, meet with friends, and enjoy time with your family. What you can’t do is engage in any type of criminal activity, which means the automatic revocation of your bail.
In some situations, restrictions will be placed on you. This is information you will receive before you leave the jail. Common restrictions include being told that you have to be home at specific times, that you can’t be near anyone involved in your case, and that you’re not allowed to leave a specific region, such as the town, county, or state.
If any type of restriction is attached to your bail, it will be revoked and you’ll be sent back to jail.
The other thing you can’t do when you’re out on bail is skip mandated court appearances. Missing one mandated appearance will result in us having to take action to return you to jail. Not only will you be arrested again, but you’ll now also have to deal with a Failure to Appear charge.
If you have any questions about what you can and can’t do while you’re out on bail, your best course of action is getting in touch with Aiea Bail Bonds. We’ll happily answer all of your questions and make sure you fully understand the full terms of your bail. The great thing about us is that we’re available 24/7 so you can get in touch with us as soon as the issue comes up.
There are several reasons why you should turn to Aiea Bail Bonds when you find yourself in need of bail. These reasons include:
- 20% discounts for some applicants
- Easy, customized payment plans
- Zero down bail bond
- Zero-interest bail bond
Aiea Bail Bonds is a family-owned bail bonds business that has spent years helping people just like you. We have extensive experience handling all manner of situations involving bail.