After an arrest, you may have the opportunity to post bail and to spend the time between now and your court date free on bail rather than behind bars. This may be several weeks or even months in some cases, and you may wonder what you should do with that time.
There are a few steps that you should take while out on bail, and the first is to live your life as usual without getting into more legal trouble. Go to work, spend time with family and friends and otherwise live a normal life.
Be sure to follow any special rules that have been put in place as a condition of your bail or your bond. In addition, work with your attorney so that he or she has all of the information needed to build a strong defense for your case.
A final step to take is to enjoy life being free. There may be a chance that you will be found guilty, and you could spend years or even decades behind bars. This may be your last chance to enjoy free life for a while, so take time to enjoy the fresh air, sunshine and other elements of life that you may miss if you are locked away because of a guilty verdict. Posting bail will help you to enjoy all of these aspects of life while you wait for your court date to arrive.