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Happy Hallow-eek-end!

Halloween 2021 takes place on a Sunday. That leaves a whole weekend to participate in various Halloween events.

Central Florida Bonding wants you to have fun and to stay out of jail this Halloween weekend.

Are you participating in these events?
•Attending Halloween Horror Nights
•Going to a haunted house
•Celebrating at a bar
•Partying at a friend’s house

While all of these events can be fun and lead to good memories, sometimes things take a wrong turn and a person ends up being charged with a crime.

According to the Universal Orlando website, Halloween Horror nights “brings together terrifying haunted houses, sinister scare zone, outrageous live entertainment and some of the park’s most exhilarating attractions.” This event is a unique experience but could turn out to be “horror-fying” for those that choose to abuse alcohol, steal, or get involved in an altercation. People have been arrested at the theme park for creating disturbances, for disorderly conduct, for assault, for theft, for underage drinking, and more.

Visiting a haunted house is a yearly tradition for many people.

While exploring a haunted house, it is important to be aware of your surroundings, be sober, know where the exits are located, and avoid overcrowded haunted houses. There have been incidents in haunted houses where people have been injured, where fights have broken out, and where altercations have taken place in parking lots. Avoid being charged with assault, battery, and reckless driving by being aware and sober.

Nightclubs and bars frequently host Halloween parties.

Many times, there are Halloween costume contests at these locations. While participating in these events can be fun and harmless, a person also needs to be aware of their limits. Frequently, a person will end up consuming too much alcohol and then drive home. Doing this could result in a DUI. Alcohol impairs judgement and often results in bar patrons getting into altercations. Avoid fights so you don’t end up with an assault or battery charge. Also, impaired judgement could mean that you or a member of your group is sexually assaulted or drugged with a roofie. Stick together and watch out for each other to help minimize this risk.

Partying at a friends Halloween party this year?

Have fun but remember to alternate alcoholic drinks with non-alcoholic drinks. Also, remember to eat. Never drink and drive. Instead, call a ride share service, get a ride with a friend, or stay over at your friend’s house. Don’t end up behind bars facing a DUI or impaired driver charge.

Central Florida Bonding wants you to celebrate safely and have fun this Halloween weekend. However, if you do end up in jail facing charges, then please call us at 407-841-3646 to start the bail bond process. We have bonded clients out of jail for many charges including DUI, theft, assault, battery, reckless driving, domestic violence and more. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days of the year including Halloween. Don’t stay in jail, give us a call at 407-841-3646.

All of our bail bond agents are experienced and knowledgeable. They are readily available to assist with paperwork, explain the bail bond process, and answer questions you have regarding the criminal justice system.

We have served all of Central Florida since 1979 including Orange County, Seminole County, Osceola County, Lake County, Volusia County, and Brevard County. We can help you too! Please contact us today at 407-841-3646 to start the bail bond process.

Happy Halloween!


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