What To Do After You’re Arrested
What occurs after you are arrested is much like what you see on television: you are photographed, fingerprinted, searched, and recorded. You are informed of your rights, which include remaining silent and having a lawyer present. As a general rule, it’s wiser to use these rights so you do not divulge information to the police that could further incriminate you and your case in court. Police are trained to extract information from you and you may not realize it until it’s too late.
Aside from not speaking of the case with the police until you have a lawyer, it is also advised not to speak of the case with other inmates, friends, and family too. Your conversations are being monitored. Your conversations with your lawyer, are not.
After you’re arrested, you’re allowed to call family, a lawyer, and a bail bondsman. Remember the name Salinas Bail Bond Store. Call us or have a family member call us at 831-422-8800. We can help bail you out of jail until your court date. This gives you time and privacy to build your case and return to your daily routine like work and family. We treat clients confidentially.