The judge has granted bail, which is great. Once it’s paid, you’ll be released from jail. You can spend time with your loved ones, go to work and enjoy life. What you can’t do is assume that bail is a get-out-of-jail-free card. It’s not.
Being released on bail means that you still have to face whatever charges have been filed against you.
You also shouldn’t assume that since you’re out on bail, you’re free to do whatever you want. There will be strings attached to your bail. You aren’t allowed to connect with anyone the prosecutor plans on using as a witness. You’re not allowed to leave the jurisdiction. You’re not allowed to get into any legal trouble while you’re out on bail. It’s even likely that the judge provided you with the names of people you’re not allowed to associate with while you’re out on bail.
Don’t blow off the rules connected to your bail. Breaking any of these rules will result in your bail being revoked. When that happens, you’ll be put right back in jail. It’s unlikely that the judge will grant you bail a second time.
If you have any questions about what the rules are that are connected to your bail, you should contact the bail bond company that provided you with your bail. They will be happy to answer all of your questions.
If you need help covering your bail, the best thing you can do for yourself is contacting Parlier Bail Bonds.
We’re a reliable bail bond company that has spent decades helping people just like you. We’re easy to work with, we offer a variety of payment plans and we provide quick and discrete service.
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Do you or a loved one need bail money? If so, do yourself a favor and contact Parlier Bail Bonds. We’re available 24/7 and ready and willing to answer all of your bail-related questions.