The holidays are fast approaching and anyone who works in the commercial bail bonds industry will tell you that holiday periods are often linked to an uptick in client calls.
If your adult child finds themselves on the wrong side of the law this holiday season, the first thing you’ll want to do involves staying calm. Try to get as much information as you can, including where they were arrested, how long ago they were taken into custody and what they have been charged with.
Don’t ask them to provide you any in-depth details about what happened—all outbound jail calls are recorded and anything they say could be used against them in court.
Getting out of jail fast
Sometimes we’ll get calls from parents who say they’ve heard their son or daughter has been arrested, but they haven’t been able to speak with them yet. They’ll want to know if we can relay a message or whether they can go down to the jail so they can talk to the defendant in person.
Jails don’t allow anyone to pass along messages to defendants, even bail bonds companies. The only way to speak with someone who is in custody is if they call out, or if you schedule an in-person visit. You should also keep in mind that scheduling a visit will only serve to delay the bail bonds process by several hours, at least.
We understand that the arrest of a loved one can be very stressful; if bringing them home fast is your top priority, you’ll want to rethink driving down to the jail.
When you call Vegas Bail Bonds, we’ll take as much time as we need to answer any and all questions you have, even if you don’t decide to use our services. We can help you understand how the arrest and booking process works and what you’ll need to do to get your adult child or loved one out of jail as quickly as possible. If you need immediate assistance. Please call VEGAS BAIL