Help! A Family Member Has Been Arrested for Shoplifting! Now What!

Help! A Family Member Has Been Arrested for Shoplifting! Now What!

Help! A Family Member Has Been Arrested for Shoplifting! Now What!

You just heard that one of your family members has been arrested for shoplifting. Now you’re in a state of panic. You’re furious that they were accused of shoplifting, worried that they may have actually done it, and scared to death by the prospect of them spending one or more nights in jail.

The first thing you need to do is relax. You won’t do yourself, your newly arrested family member, or anyone else if you have an anxiety attack. Take a few deep breaths. Yes, the situation is bad but it’s not the end of the world.

At this point, there isn’t anything you can do about the charges. There will be time to deal with those later. Your first priority is getting your loved one out of jail. The good news is that this isn’t as complicated as you might think.

If this is the first time your family member has ever been arrested, it’s likely they’ll be released on their own recognizance, meaning that you won’t have to worry about bail. 

However, if your loved one has been arrested in the past, it’s likely that they’ll have to post bail. The best way to find out if they require bail and how much bail is by calling the jail.

Don’t assume that just because you’re broke and your loved one requires bail they’ll have to spend a great deal of time in a cell. All hope is not lost. 

Barstow Bail Bonds has a great deal of experience helping out people who are in the exact same position as your family member. We’re ready and willing to help out with the bail situation. You won’t believe how easy we’ve made the process.

All you have to do is contact us. Since we’re open 24/7, it doesn’t matter what time of the day or night it is. You can contact us online via the chat now link or call us. The first thing that happens is a consultation. This is completely free. The consultation takes place between you and a very experienced bail bond expert. They’ll answer all of your questions about the California bail bond process, ease your concerns, and help you decide how you want to proceed.

Since you’re only dealing with a shoplifting charge, it’s unlikely that you’ll require a large bail bond. Our fee is 10% of the bail. We understand that times are tough and that even coming up with 10% of the bail for a shoplifting fee can be tough, especially if you want to hire a private lawyer. To make things even easier, we’ve created a flexible, zero-interest payment plan that won’t put undue strain on your finances.

The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you bail your family member out of jail, allowing them to return home where you can begin to decide how you want to handle the shoplifting charges.