Fort Lauderdale Criminal Lawyer Bail Bonds
In the event that you are captured in Broward County, your first need is a prison discharge. It is best to have an accomplished criminal defense lawyer at your first appearance so you can be released on your own recognizance (OR) or for the judge to set a sensible bond.
If your bond has already been set, there are ways to get that bond brought down or reduced. Our Broward Bond Lawyer documents Motions to Reduce Bond to get the bond sum lessened so you can battle your charges while out of the penitentiary. At Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A., Broward Criminal Lawyer we work to get the state attorney’s office to concur with a bond diminishment for you.
When you are captured on criminal charges in Florida, you are qualified to speak to a judge inside of 24 hours of your capture. The state attorney’s office will provide legal counsel and a public defender. If you have employed a private criminal lawyer, that lawyer can be there also. At your first appearance before the judge, the judge will educate you concerning the charges against you, let you know that you are not needed to say anything and in the event that you do decide to talk, anything you say can be used against you.
The court may ask a bond, or payment, for you to be discharged. There are two reasons the court sets a money-related security:
To shield the community from peril.
To guarantee your appearance in court.
The Court will consider the nature and circumstances of your criminal charges, the potential punishments, the heaviness of the confirmation against you, your family binds, where you were captured, your occupation history, your money related means, your requirement for medication treatment, your criminal history (if any), any earlier inability to show up in court, and regardless of whether you are as of now on post-trial supervision.
When you pay a bond, you are discharged from a correctional facility until your case is done. Depending upon the type of security you pose, you may receive the cash back toward the end of your case. The bondsman fee is 10% down. This fee/expense is for the risk and danger of you neglecting to show up in court. Any inability to show up in court can influence your opportunity of freedom and your pending criminal case. Additionally, on the off chance that you don’t attend your court hearing, the state attorney’s office is where the government can document another wrongdoing of “Bond Jumping”, a third-degree unlawful offense.
Our bail bond attorneys will work fastidiously to get you or your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible. We are here to defend your rights, lift your warrants, and help you get your life back on track. Call us today!
Contact our offices 954-462-1005.