If you need to post bail for a loved one, there are two main things you need to know: act quickly, and make your first call to a professional agent at San Diego Bail Bonds.
Act fast – It makes all the difference
Why is it so important to move quickly when a loved one is arrested?
Your instincts will be all over the place, just like your emotions. You’ll be worried and flustered, confused and panicked. Emotions won’t serve you well in the first moments of receiving news that your loved one’s in jail. Lack of information makes things worse. You don’t know whether to go it alone, or whether it will cost you more to try to post bail yourself.
Who are you supposed to talk to? If you act like you don’t know what’s happening, will it makes things worse for your loved one? What’s the right thing to do?
Here’s the answer: call us first! This isn’t a pitch for your business, it’s just the truth. What you don’t know is, things move quickly in the system, and the first thing we need to do is make sure they know not to transfer your loved one to another facility. This can be the difference in an hour and an entire day for processing.
As soon as we hear from you, we’ll let the jail know we’re posting bail. From that point on, it’s a simple matter of keeping your focus on the job at hand.
We’ve seen it time and time again; when family knows what they can be doing for the betterment of their loved one’s situation, the more relaxed, relieved, and focused they become.
It’s our job to help make posting bail easier for you, but it’s just as important that we’re here to help you get through this difficult time. We’re here to make things go quickly, smoothly, and to reunite you with your loved one as soon as possible.
If you’re dealing with a loved one’s arrest, don’t delay; call us right away at 619-309-1040.