Saturday, September 10, 2016

The Trick Of Staying in Jail

While most people want to get out of jail as quickly as possible, there is a small sector of career criminals who feel more at home behind bars.  In fact, there are some people who intentionally commit crimes just to have a hot shower, a warm bed and a plate of cold food.  If you're one of these career criminals, you want to stay behind bars as long as possible.  But, with jail overcrowding and budget cuts, sometimes you have no choice but to hire a bail bonding agent and post bond.  However, you can delay posting bond with few simple tips. 

No Money, No Bail Bonding Services Company

If you've spent most of your life in and out of jail, you probably don't have a lot of money.  If this is the case, even the most meager of bail amounts could easily break the bank.  Even if your bail is set at $100, it may be difficult to pay even $10 to hire a professional bail bondsman.  If you can't pay the bail bondsman service fee, you're not going to get out of jail.  So if you'd like to stay in jail, keep your bank account and your pockets empty.  By staying broke, you'll spend more time in jail.

Model Behavior after your Bail Bonding Agent

If you want to stay in jail as long as possible, you need to be on your worst behavior.  Take a cues from your local bail bonding agents. While most bail bonding agents are model citizens, there are a few in the profession who are loud, crass and rowdy.  To stay in jail as long as possible, 5start fights, threaten jail guards and cause multiple riots a day.  By engaging in risky and unbecoming behavior, you will spend more time in solitary confinement.  If your behavior is bad enough, you could spend months in a jail cell without windows, all by yourself.  Be aware, if you reach this point, you may not have contact with your local bail bondsman. This means there will be zero chance of posting bond with the help of a professional and reliable bail agent. 

Court Hearings and your Bail Bondsman

If you need a break from behind bars and post bond,  you'll still need to attend future court hearings. However, most career criminals find life on the outside to be a very difficult transition.  If you find yourself experiencing jail withdraws, ask your local bail bondsman for help.  In fact, if you want to go back to jail, all you need to do is break the terms of your release and don't show up to your court proceedings.  By disregarding the judicial system, a new warrant will be issued for your arrest and your local bail bonding services will come searching for you.  If this happens, you will be re-arrested and booked back into jail- just where you want to be. Welcome home!

Break the Law, Break your Bail Agents Trust

If you decide to spend most of your life in and out of jail, you need to know what laws to break to insure you'll spend the most time behind bars.  While the most violent offenses typically carry the longest sentences, I do not recommend engaging in violent behavior against anyone.  It's best to choose to commit less serious crimes such as misdemeanors and minor traffic infractions.  If you choose to break the law, after posting bond, please note you will be breaking the trust of your local bail bonding services company.  If this is the case, your trusted and reliable bail bondsman may begin to ignore your calls for help in the middle of the night.  Soon you'll develop a reputation, you can not repair and not a single local bail bonding agent will get you out of jail. Bottom line: if you choose to be a career criminal there will be a point where you will no longer need a professional bail bonding agent because a judge will refuse bail.  If you decide to spend your entire life behind bars, you will have access to the best medical care and food in the world.  Depending on your particular situation, life behind bars may be a viable option for you.  Before you make this big decision, consult with your family and your local bail bonding agent for advice.

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  1. All you have to do is drive through the worst areas in any town, the places where houses have no electricity, the floors are covered in feces, and rodents run free through the area. The people living in these areas would give anything for a clean place to sleep, with free food three times a day, and the ability to get schooling like in jail.

  2. Thanks for this article. I hadn't given this much thought in the past but I have found myself with no place to stay, no food, etc before. For people who see themselves with no other options in life, jail can be that option. But that's never a good answer to anybody's hardships. I hope people who feel this way find the help they need.