I mean, if your significant other was in prison, wouldn't YOU try to get them out? I don't want to hear, "Well she should have dumped his ass," because that's not your call or decision to make. A lot of people get in relationships with questionable people. She isn't the only one.
Also, people say, "At this rate, she'll be broke in a few years." Sheer assumption. To me, this just seems like a one-time thing, again with the sole purpose of freeing her significant other. What's so bad about that?
If my girlfriend was in jail (if I ever get one) and I won the lottery, I would spend it on bailing her out, provided I wanted her back.
I don't see the stupidity here. Seems like, again, judgmental people when it comes to relationships. It seems to me that people are more against their reconciliation of their relationship. And if you've seen my content earlier, I criticize the amount of judgment people have when it comes to dating and relationships and bluntly put, it's disgusting - how much people judge people's significant others and how much breaking up is encouraged. Again, none of your business. You don't really know how their relationship was.
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I don't got no 9 mil to be bailing anyone out with but really this shouldn't just be about one instance or why someone would or wouldn't bail anyone out but rather the discussion should be about bail and how it's set to what amount. The incredibly negative impact that it has on the poor particularly in cases of innocence or just a minor crime needs to be considered. Our bail system needs to be altered.0