A Serius Question

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by Chernarus, Jun 20, 2008.

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  1. Chernarus

    Chernarus Well-Known Member

    I recently got arrested and i was wondering if i fail at killing my self since I'm out on bond could I go back to jail.
  2. Lead Savior

    Lead Savior Well-Known Member

    I don't believe attempting suicide is illegal, I have no idea what can happen though.
  3. ~PinkElephants~

    ~PinkElephants~ Senior member

    depends on what you got arrested for initially.
  4. UpForAbbey

    UpForAbbey Guest

    Suppose it would depend on
    a. if you're a felon
    b. the method you attempt..... (erm, relates to part a)
    c. where you live
    d. the class of crime you were arrested for
    I am not encouraging you, in fact we all hope you don't. :hug:
  5. hammockmonkey

    hammockmonkey Well-Known Member

    Yes, or maybe no.
  6. Stranger1

    Stranger1 Forum Buddy & Antiquities Friend

    Good Morning,
    To awnser that question, If you live in the sunshine state they can Baker Act your butt. That means yes they can lock you up at a physciatric facility.They can hold you for three days to have you evaluated. Then you have to go in front of a judge and he/she will determin what is going to happen next. I don't know how the law works where you are. Good luck to you and I hope we receive a post from you that your doing better...:chopper:
  7. Chernarus

    Chernarus Well-Known Member

    in Colorado they do that only you never see the judge he just signs of as many 3 day things until your insurence runs out or until the hospital releses you.
  8. middleofnowhere

    middleofnowhere Well-Known Member

    I don't think the suicide attempt would have any connection with being out on bond. Technically it is illegal to commit suicide, but I've not been arrested any of the times I attempted. I feel sure that the bond and its conditions would be seperate from suicide.
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