What To Do While Out On Bail

what to do while you are out on bail

Now that the Bail Doctor has given you your freedom back, what should your next step be?

What to do while out on bail? Well, the Bail Bonds Doctor has you covered. Our highly-rated team of bail bondsmen has decided to put together an article to help you better navigate what to do upon your release on bail. Of course, the first and most important thing is to make sure that you make all of your scheduled court appearances. If convicted, you must also appear in court for the sentencing.

While released from jail on bail, keep close contact with your bail bondsman. Notify your bail bondsman within 24-hours of any changes to your residence, phone number, or employment. These notifications are crucial if we need to contact you about any changes in your next court date.

Checking in with our office might be necessary. Be sure to check in as directed, and if you forget or cannot check-in as scheduled, give our office a call as soon as you realize you missed a registration.

If you are unsure about when your next court date is, call our office right away. Contact us if you don’t know your next court date. A bail bondsman at our office can check in with the court and get back to you when you need to show up for court.

If you do miss a court appearance for any reason, call us right away. Doing so allows us a chance to report your absence and get you back on the calendar.

Did your arrest happen for another offense or in another county? If so, be sure to call us immediately. Doing so helps avoid an arrest warrant.

Things You Should Do

  • Stay Clean & Sober: If you need help, find a locally scheduled Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meeting. We can help point you in the right direction if you are unsure where to begin.
  • Practice ‘Self Protection’: While released on bail, be sure to obey the laws. Avoid putting yourself in situations that could bring you to the attention of law enforcement.
  • Keep Full-Time Employment: Judges consider jobs and school attendance when making their decisions.
  • Avoid People Who Could Get You Into Trouble: If hanging out with the wrong crowd was the reason for your arrest, avoid those people. You don’t want to get caught up in something new that they may be doing while you are awaiting trial.
  • Seek Help: If charged with a crime that involves violence, consider enrolling in an ‘anger management’ class on your own. Then, the judge will notice that you are taking steps to better yourself.
  • Be Honest With Your Attorney: Work with them every possible way that you can. After all, you are both on the same team and need to work together for the best possible outcome.
  • Stay In Touch With Those Who Cosigned Your Bail Bond: Those who cosigned your bail bond played a massive part in your release from jail. Please stay in contact with them regularly and seek them out for emotional support as these are the people who care about you the most.

Contact The Bail Bonds Doctor

The Bail Bonds Doctor can get you a qualified bail bondsman who will help you get out of jail to await your trial. We eliminate the hassle when getting bail bonds and produce quick results to alleviate your stress. We require very little information to start. Furthermore, we provide numerous ways to contact us day or night. So, when you’re searching for a PBUS member bail bonds company to help get your loved one out of jail, contact us for quick, immediate, and reliable service at (612) 332-3030.

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