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What Should You Do If You're Arrested While On Vacation?

April 26, 20242 min read

On Vacation? Been Arrested? No Problem!

Introduction:

Traveling is a time to relax and unwind, but an unexpected arrest can quickly derail your plans. Whether it's a case of letting loose a bit too much or finding yourself in a situation you didn't anticipate, knowing what to do if you're arrested while traveling is crucial. Here's a guide to help you navigate the process:

Bail Bonds for travelers

1.     Being Arrested: If you find yourself in handcuffs, remember to stay calm and cooperative. The police will take you to the local police station for booking, where your identity will be verified, and you'll be placed in a cell. Depending on the charges, you may be eligible for release after staying overnight.

2.     Bonding Out of Jail: In many cases, you'll need to post bail to secure your release. If you're unable to pay the full bail amount, a local bail bondsman, like Free at Last Bail Bonds, can help. They'll pay your bail in exchange for a fee, which is typically a small percentage of the bail amount, and possibly some collateral.

3.     Hiring an Attorney: It's essential to hire a local attorney who understands the local laws and has experience with the local judicial system. They can represent you effectively in court and help you navigate any legal complexities that may arise.

4.     Complying With the Court: Always comply with the court's orders and judgments. Failure to do so can worsen your situation. Trust your attorney to guide you through the legal process and advocate on your behalf.

Remember, Mann Bail Bonds is available 24/7 to help you during this challenging time. Don't let an arrest ruin your vacation memories. Call us anytime at 386 225-6311 for assistance with your bail bond. We're here to help you get back to living your life as quickly as possible.

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Daytona Beach, FL info for Visitors

Volusia beaches where you can drive on the sand

Driving on beaches can pose a threat to sea turtle and seabird nests, underscoring the importance of only driving where permitted. Historically, driving has been prevalent in Volusia and St. Johns counties, with a few designated areas for beach driving also found in Duval and Nassau counties.


Harvard Drive – Ormond Beach

University Boulevard – Daytona Beach

Seabreeze Boulevard – Daytona Beach

International Speedway Boulevard – Daytona Beach

Silver Beach Avenue – Daytona Beach

Van Avenue – Daytona Beach Shores

Dunlawton Boulevard – Daytona Beach Shores

Beach Street – Ponce Inlet

Beachway Avenue – New Smyrna Beach

Crawford Road – New Smyrna Beach

Flagler Avenue – New Smyrna Beach

Third Avenue – New Smyrna Beach

27th Avenue – New Smyrna Beach

About Us

With over 40 years of experience in the industry, Mann Bail Bonds provides 24/7 bonds in Volusia County, FL, and surrounding areas. We understand the urgency and severity of your situation, offering fast and friendly service to put those arrested at ease and help you exit jail quickly.

Address Location

3622 W International Speedway Blvd

Daytona Beach, FL 32124

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Daytona Beach - (386) 255-6311

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