The pandemic has hit everyone hard. Money is tight. Emotions are high. No one is entirely certain what their legal rights actually are. There is no getting around the fact that this has changed the judicial process.
COVID-19 has made the idea of sitting in jail while you work your way through the incredibly slow legal process even less desirable than it was before the pandemic. Now, staying in jail while waiting for your trial to take place not only means potentially losing your job and being unable to care for your family, but it also increases the likelihood of your contracting the virus. A recent batch of tests revealed that in a single Ohio prison, 80% of the inmates have contracted COVID-19.
It doesn’t matter how careful corrections officers are, the close quarters’ cellmates have to endure makes it nearly impossible to keep the environment free of the coronavirus. Each time someone is arrested, there is a chance they’re introducing the virus into the environment. Paying bail and getting released is the best way you can continue to social distance and remain healthy.
Understanding the importance of getting released from jail has triggered an interest grassroots movement in Greene County, Al. A group of concerned citizens have banned together and worked hard to raise money that is used to help cover the bail of individuals who have been charged with a crime. As a direct result of their efforts, the group has managed to get two people released on bail.
The work that the group is doing is fantastic, but the odds of them being able to help you walk out of jail cell and return home are incredibly slim. If you’re unable to post your own bond, contacting Bail Bonds in Sacramento is your best shot of being released. We’ve made the process as simple as we possibly can.
There are several reasons you should turn to Bail Bonds in Sacramento for help releasing you from jail during the COVID-19 pandemic. The list of benefits our clients enjoy include:
• A complete lack of hidden fees
• 20% discount
• No interest
• Phone approvals
• Working signers don’t have to worry about collateral
• Se Habla Español
We have a great deal of experience working with both county and state courts. Our connections allow us to quickly post your bond so you can walk out of jail almost immediately. We communicate well with each of our clients and make sure that you understand every aspect of your bail so that there aren’t any surprises in your future.
Considering the dangers of being incarcerated during the COVID-19 pandemic, it really is in your best interest to contact Bail Bonds in Sacramento as quickly as possible. The sooner you speak to one of our bail bond agents, the sooner we can procure your release and you can resume social distancing.