Naughty or Nice? Find Bail Bondsman Tips for Staying off the Naughty List
The holidays are a time for celebration, gift-giving, and holiday parties; but if there’s one thing a CT bail bondsman knows, it’s that there’s a fine line between a celebration and an incident. In a combination of excitement, family, and time away from work, it’s not hard to have a few too many drinks and wake up with the neighbor’s Santa in your front yard or simply wake up in jail and not even remember how you got there. In that case, you may need to be post bail during Christmas.
How to Have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season
“Follow your CT bail bondsman tips and steer away from possible arrests and incarceration during the holiday season”
Enjoy Yourself—in Moderation
Time off from work and an occasion to celebrate are more than most of us need to leave self-control behind. The easiest way to avoid a conversation with the bail bondsman is to make sure everyone paces themselves. Above all else, if you have a holiday party, take everyone’s keys at the door.
Keep It Festive
If you get the whole family together for the holidays, you’ll discuss recent updates, family matters, and, sometimes, current events. It’s up to you to predict and steer away from conversations that may boil blood. Political arguments, unresolved family issues, money problems, etc.: the less these topics are discussed, the lower the chance that someone may need bail for Christmas.
Avoid A Larceny Charge
Shopping and shopping without paying too much attention at what you have in your shopping cart can lead to a larceny charge. The bookings in local CT jails around this time are mostly for larceny charges, some unintentional.
If Someone Is Arrested, Don’t Skip Court
Just call up the bail bondsman. They’ll get your loved one out of jail in time to enjoy the rest of the holidays—just make sure they show up for their court date. Skipping court could put you back in jail. In Connecticut when you miss court, the state automatically issues a re-arrest order.
If a mistake landed you or a loved one in jail and in the naughty list, don’t worry, after a quick call to the bail bondsman, they can go back to enjoying the holidays. We’re standing by 24/7 at 3-D Bail Bonds, ready to post bail for those in need across Connecticut. Our bilingual staff is available 24 hours, seven days. Call us at (860) 247-2245 or visit our Hartford office at 57 Fishfry St in Hartford. You can visit our website to learn more about us. We are a resource for all bail bonds in Connecticut.
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