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Subject: Bond questions

Call the judge's secretary. Usually they can guide you as to the best course of action, plus they have the judge's ear.

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Subject: Bond questions

Bond is an amount of money set by the magistrate to ensure the defendant will return to face the charges levied against them. If there is no bond, either the charge is not bond-worthy or the defendant poses a threat to the community and they deny release on any terms. Unless there is something else we are not aware of in this case, there will probably be no release until the case is heard.

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Subject: Bond questions

Not sure. Maybe someone (his lawyer) should ask the judge if paying the fine would release him. Unless there is another charge to the violation, this might be a good solution.

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Subject: Bond questions

After your inmate goes before a judge to hear the charges read in open court will the topic of bond come up. If your inmate has a competent attorney, they will make a case to the judge for a reasonable bond amount. But, depending on the charge, if there was violence and the likelihood that the defendant will appear at all their court hearings will be the basis for whether a bond is allowed and how much it will be.

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Subject: Bond questions

Bond reduction will depend upon how good of a presentation his defense attorney does at creating good will and making the prosecution and judge feel that your husband is worthy of a reduction

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Subject: Bond questions

It has everything to do with the charges, the criminal history of the offender, the judge/prosecutors confidence that the person will not leave the jurisdiction and that there would not be additional crimes committed. That is a lot to contemplate, but it might just be that there was limited space in the jail and she was the least likely for them to have a problem with.

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Subject: Bond questions

This depends upon the jurisdiction and the type of security the facility your wife is being held maintains. Sometimes they are able to call immediately and others require an orientation be attended before being allowed. Let us know other information if available - we might be more specific.

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