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We are focused on the sentence, "the bail people said it wouldn't be worth it". Depending on the conditions for the bail as set by the magistrate at the arraignment, the bail bondsman's reply sounds like they are weighing their risk. The bonding company must guarantee the court that your fiance will appear for all court dates. If the amount is too high, or the court thinks the offender is a flight risk, either they feel he might flee or they know something (notRead more
Missing a court appearance while on bond is a serious, serious offense. For starters, there will be no further bond until her case is heard. The bond is the "assurance that the charged will appear for every court appearance". As for the new charges, my guess is that the judge will be pretty angry when she faces him. Without further information on all that she is facing, my only advice is for you to be patient and let the processRead more
If he has a court date, there would no release date yet. If you want the court information, you need to contact the Clerk of the Court in the county where he was charged. Bail bonds ensure the Court that he will show up for that court date.Read more
It means HOLD. In Florida state court, the judge at first appearance can add a condition to bond known as a "Nebbia Hold" or "Bail Source Hearing". A Nebbia hold allows the court to inquire into the source of the funds used for the bond. The problem with a Nebbia Hold is that it can delay a person being released from custody. This might be a spot for a good attorney, knowing how to navigate this process.Read more
The bond is there to assure the court that the offender will appear at their court dates. If they cannot post the bail, they must wait in the jail until their trial date. Depending on the court docket and what all is going on, it could be weeks or months that they sit.Read more
It's all about the money. How much is the bond (how much is the risk)? If you give a bailbond company your credit card and some assurance the oiffender will appear for their court appearance - and the bond is not too high there is a chance you might do this long distance. Let us know if you have further questioin on this subject, if the amount is really high and the charges are serious you might take some time toRead more
There is no time limit. If it is unpaid, he remains in custody so the clock is more on him than anyoneRead more
There is no second chance for a bond if you are stupid enough to get arrested while out on a bond. Usually, the judge who was generous and lenient allowing you to remain free while awaiting your trial would laugh at such a request. The whole idea is that you get out on bond and stay out of trouble.Read more
No such thing, community corrections is already a lienient provision for a low-risk offender. This type facility is the easiest place to do time.Read more
If he does not post bail, he will have to sit until and throughout the trial. The bond is to assure his appearance. Without the money to back up the promise to appear, the prosecution doesn't trust he will on his own recognizance.Read more