Any type of arrest is stressful for the arrestee and their friends and family, but this stress is compounded when the person is being held in an out-of-state jail. Due to the distance, it might not be possible for you to secure the accused's release in-person. Here are a few tips to follow when securing someone's release from an out-of-state jail. 1. Consult with the Jail One of the first things you should do is consult with the jail where the accused is being held.
13 July 2020