The prospect of getting arrested again while you’re already on probation is quite daunting. It may cause serious financial and legal issues for the accused. Continue reading
Bail is the temporary release of a person from incarceration when they’re accused of committing a crime. The police file a report, make the arrest and acquire a certain amount of money from the suspect for conditional release until the trial. During this period, the defendant is obligated to appear in all the legal proceedings. Continue reading
Bail is a system that supports the release of the defendant of a criminal case subject to their commitment to appear at the subsequent legal proceedings. Depending on a state’s legislation, a bail may be secured by financial payments, court-imposed property liens, or on the defendant’s pledge to make monetary payments if they fail to comply with the conditions of their release from imprisonment. Continue reading
After being arrested and bailed, the verdict of the court hearing determines your future. Continue reading
When someone you is in jail, you do your best to get them out, no matter what the cost. Continue reading
Being out on a bail bond is a very sensitive period. This is the time when you need to be extra vigilant and careful about the law. Since you already have a case lingering around, you don’t need any more trouble with the law. Continue reading
A criminal record can take a huge toll on how well you’re doing in life. From straining your relationships to affecting your mental health—an arrest is a mental anguish that no one deserves to go through.
However, to make things worse, an arrest can also put you in a financial crunch.