24 Aug Your Criminal History Isn’t In Your Child’s Best Interests, But Don’t Give Up Just Yet
As you probably know, a criminal history can affect your parental rights over your child. The judge always has the child’s best interests and safety at heart. A judge will look at the offense, how old you were at the time, what your sentence was, how long ago the crime was committed, and how you’ve behaved since.
Just because you have a criminal history does not mean you automatically lose parental rights and custody, it just means its taken into consideration. This might not turn out in your favor, but it could!
So, don’t stress that you have a criminal history that is 5 years old. Stress that you are mature and responsible. Stress that you have and will continue to stay out of trouble. Stress that you are a good parent who loves their child.
We hate seeing people make mistakes. And mistakes do happen. And if it happens to you and you end up arrested again, Riverside Bail Bonds is here to help get you out of jail so you can once again begin making amends with the court and your family.