The Christmas season is in full swing. Every radio station is playing our favorite Christmas songs. The malls are packed, our neighborhoods are decorated with wonderful light displays and nativity scenes. But something is missing. Yes, something IS missing. It’s the loved one who is incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail, or some other fine Virginia institution that houses inmates who are being held prior to trial. Hopefully, they have a reasonable bond that loving family members could post if they choose to do so. There is usually a good reason why they haven’t chosen to post the bond so far. That’s right. You got it. It’s usually heroin. Mom and Dad love you, Grandpa and Grandma miss you, but they want to give you enough time to get clean. They’d rather have you in jail where you are safe than in the cemetery where you are dead. But as the day that we celebrate the birth of Jesus gets closer and closer, many of my clients add bail bond to their Christmas list. Without fail, I will be at the jail Christmas Eve and Christmas Morning making sure that your loved ones are home for the holidays. God bless you, and Merry Christmas!