4 Mistakes That Will Send You Back to Jail

Don't commit any of these mistakes when out on bail. Unless you want to get sent back to jail...

If you have been arrested for a crime, you don’t have to face it alone. As soon as you are given the opportunity to make a call, reach out to ABC Bail Bonds. Our bondsmen know the ins and outs of the justice system and will bail you out immediately. When you are out on bail, you have the opportunity to build your defense system and prove that you are contributing to the community. You have to be on your best behavior when out on bail, especially if you didn’t pay for it yourself. When you team up with ABC Bail bonds, we cover most of the bail amount. In return, you follow the bail rules and show up to court. However, if you fail to uphold the bail rules, you may end up in serious trouble. Here are 4 mistakes that will send you back to jail.

Hanging With Bad Influences

There are certain people you should avoid when out on bail. If certain friends tempt you to make bad decisions, don’t hang around them during this time. They can influence you to do things that will send you back to jail. If someone was involved with the crime you are convicted of, the courts may prohibit you from coming into contact with them.

Quitting Your Job

Although it can be hard to focus on getting back to daily life after undergoing arrest, you must try to go back to your normal work schedule. You need to have a strong tie to the community, and one of the best ways to show that is by working or studying at a school. If you quit your job, you will have less money to put towards your defense. Many bail rules require you to find or keep your job, so you don’t want to tamper with the rules. If you suddenly quit your job, it is a bad sign for the courts. They may worry that you are planning on fleeing.

Consuming Alcohol and Drugs

It is a lot easier to make bad decisions when you are under the influence. These decisions can result in arrest again. Any negative behavior can cause the court to revoke your bail. If your crime involved alcohol, such as a DUI, your bail agreement might tell you to avoid alcohol. If that’s the case, you will be sent back to jail if you are caught drinking or if they discover it in your system after a random drug test.

Ignoring Bond Co-Signer

When you team up with ABC Bail Bonds, you need a co-signer in order to get a bail bond with us. This co-signer is in charge of paying for the bond if you can’t afford it or if you miss your court hearings. Therefore, they are very motivated to get you to attend all the hearings and follow the rules. If you ignore your co-signer or they get the feeling that you won’t attend the hearings, they can request to be taken off as your co-signer. Without them, you will get sent back to jail.

Get in Touch with ABC Bail Bonds 

If you are out on bail, do whatever you can to stay out of trouble. Follow all the bail rules and keep a steady job. If you are in need of a bail bond, give ABC Bail Bonds a call. We will grant you a speedy release, and get your life back on track.

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