Sooner or later, people are going to find out about your arrest. Immediately when it happens, you’ll of course notify those most, most important to you who can help you handle the situation. You’ll probably have to let your employer work, especially if you’re missing days. From there, people will talk to one another and gossip. The word will spread. You will be judged.
However, you will not be defeated, not if you can help it. Your arrest will go on your official record but it will not dictate you as a human being. Best case scenario, this was a one time mistake or accident. You’re regretful of your actions and are ready to deal with the consequences like a responsible, mature adult. Your arrest is not necessarily a reflect of the content of your character and you can certainly prove it to your family, friends, coworkers, and acquaintances. Hopefully, they will stand by you and support you through this time. You may have let some people down and disappointed them but you can certainly gain that trust and admiration back from them.
Don’t be afraid to admit you need help; don’t be afraid to ask for help. Your loved ones will be there for you and if necessary, so will professional help like community groups and therapists. Likewise, your Santa Ana Bail Bonds agent will be there to help you – and they’ll help you by bailing out of jail as quickly as possible.