FLORIDA CRIMINAL BOND HEARINGS

Those who have been charged with a crime have an opportunity to get out of jail before their trial by paying a bond. When someone is arrested they should contact a criminal defense attorney to manage your Criminal Defense Bond Hearing. We can help negotiate the amount of bond required for the charges you face.

A bond is an amount of money that can be paid in lieu of being held in jail pending trial.

Floridians who have been charged with a crime have the right to a bond hearing in order to determine the amount the state will hold while they await trial. In some cases, usually first offenses for minor crimes, there is no bond required. In others, there may be no bond offered by the state. It all depends on the severity of the crime alleged and the history of the person charged.

In contacting an attorney who understands the charges and who understand how the system works, we can get you the best results from your bond hearing. Before you call a bail bondsman or try to go it on your own, contact us.

WHEN TO CALL AN ATTORNEY WHO HANDLES BOND HEARINGS

If you or someone you care about has been charged with an offense, has been arrested or there has a warrant out for their arrest, you may need information about bonds:

A bond is a financial security paid to let you out of jail pending trial. The amount of money is meant to guarantee good behavior and attendance in court while the case is pending. If the person out on bond fails to show up to court, gets a new charge, or violates conditions the judge gave them, the money may be forfeited and not returned.

There are several types of bond in Florida that you might take advantage of depending on your need and the crime you were charged with. For information on what might best work for you, contact us. We can attend your bond hearing and ensure you get the type of bond that best works for your situation.

CRIMINAL LAW PRACTICE AREAS

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