arrived and broke the party into pieces. You were shuffled outside and asked to sit on the grass, which you complied with once the officer stopped yelling at you to be quiet. How were you supposed to know he didn’t care who your mom was! You waited your turn as one after another of your dance partners moved off with the officers, never to be seen again. When it got to be your turn, you were put into a police car with no questions and taken to the station. Perhaps you shouldn’t have been so vocal about who your mom was and what she was going to do to them – darn! Here are a few things you should know about what happens next.
When you get to the station, you will be taken from the car and asked to take a seat. You may be asked questions, or you could just sit for a while waiting for someone to get to you. Stay calm and stop yelling, or you will find yourself in a cell. Eventually someone will read you your Miranda Warning, and you will be officially arrested.
Your fingerprints will be taken on a new style machine, your photograph will be snapped with a public camera, and your jewelry and personal items will be taken away and stored for you. You may be asked to change clothing and remove your shoes. This is all part of the processing section of the jail system.
Your hearing in front of a judge comes next. He will tell you what you were arrested for and explain the charges. He will also let you know about bail so you can call the Montgomery County bail bonds company.
You will have to have a family member or a friend post your bail to get you out of jail. Once that happens, you get to tell your mom about what happened. Good luck!