Why should bail bonds wait 72 hrs for bail posting? Isn't half the fun getting the inmate out before he can be tortured? Really what is the use of bailing someone when they have spent nearly half of their houred time in jail anyway? Makes it harder on bails to conduct business. I understand if a friend bails you, paper work after all. Bail bonds already have the paper work in hand before they enter the building. Waiting 72 hrs after a bondsman, who is licensed, and approved shouldn't have to wait. When they can wait for PD to be gone and do an immediate bail. I find allot of my clients have less then 72 hrs to begin with. Makes no sense when they can be out in 24 hrs served but they would have wait the 72 hrs to be bailed. This discussion has come up several times in ooc. I understand also that several bail bonds just liked having a tag saying they run a business. Kemper and Chase are trying to make head way into the business, though we are stopped by " suggested times". I think this is something to be addressed by admins and HPD as well as Bail bonds companies. Being in jail is not for" happy times". We understand this. We also know of many of us who wait around in jail for rp that never happens. When we could be bailing the single mother who is freaking out because their baby sitter is leaving at a certain time leaving the kid at home alone. With all bails, inmates are also on probation with Kemper and Chase. If they break the agreement they know they can be brought back in to finish out their sentence plus any other sentence that occurs. So the use of 72 hrs wait time makes no sense. As far as I have seen it is just suggested, and not a rule.