Tips On How To Behave In A Woodland Hills Jail

Nobody wants to be arrested. It is even worse having to remain in custody until the defendant’s release can be organized. For those who have never been in the situation before, it can be very frightening. Their family and friends could also be extremely stressed, as well as concerned for the well-being of the defendant. Seeking the assistance of a bail bonds Woodland Hills firm, is highly advised.

Not everyone is fortunate enough to be able to pay the full amount of bail when someone is arrested. Bail amounts in California are the highest in the United States and many Americans are already struggling financially so this route is impossible. So, unless the defendant is eligible for an O.R. (own recognizance release) they will be forced to remain in custody,or use a professional bail bonds company such as ours.

Ours is a very experienced and professional bail bonds company who is committed to assisting clients secure their release from custody. By making our services available on a 24/7 basis, clients, their families, and even friends are assured of being able to get the best assistance in the industry at the very time it is most needed.

If you are sitting in jail waiting for your release to come through, you could find the situation very uncomfortable. This is especially true for those who have never been through the process before. Being stuck in a holding cell with strangers, is never a pleasant thought. Many could be fearful for their welfare, and this is only natural.

Below are a few tips on how to act while in custody:

  • Be friendly, but not overly friendly

  • Never give the impression that you are “too good” to be in jail

  • Do not make statements that could be considered derogatory to race, religion, or financial status

  • Do not volunteer personal information

  • Never let your guard down

  • Don’t behave in a disruptive manner toward fellow inmates, or the jailers

  • Do not act scared or timid

You must bear in mind, if our bail bonds company has been called in for assistance, and after the fee has been paid and/or a payment plan organized, plus the paperwork has been filled out, we will have the defendant released. Patience is a virtue in this situation, so hold on to the positivity of knowing you will be back home with your family in a short amount of time.

You can contact us at any hour of the day or night, even weekends on (818) 303-2906. You can find even more valuable information on our user friendly website.