Bail Bonds And Pretrial Release In Fort Wayne
Being arrested for a crime can be a shocking and confusing experience.
You may not know what to do next, but you know you want to spend as little
time as possible in jail. A judge will often allow a defendant to be released
on bail. In making that decision, the judge will look at a number of factors,
- Whether the judge thinks you will return to court
- Whether you will commit another crime or constitute a risk to the community
Typically, bail consists of a surety bond that is issued through a bondsman.
The defendant pays a nonrefundable 10 percent of the required bail to
the bondsman who covers the full amount of bail the court is asking for.
The bondsman guarantees your return to court.
Bail can come with various conditions in addition to the financial cost.
There may be no contact orders, orders to abstain from drugs or alcohol,
or any other type of order that the judge deems appropriate to your individual
Having the right attorney represent you at your bail hearing can help ensure
that the financial cost is appropriate to the circumstances and that you
are not facing any onerous conditions of release.
Determined Criminal Defense Attorneys Fighting For You
Arnold Terrill, P.C., our attorneys understand the criminal justice system from arrest to sentencing
and we can help you receive the appropriate bail level and conditions.
We have more than 50 years of combined experience fighting for our clients'
rights. We understand that people's rights need protection at every
stage of the process. We offer comprehensive representation to our clients
that works to help them succeed in pretrial release and every other stage
of their case.
Contact The Allen County Pretrial Release Attorneys Of Arnold Terrill, P.C.
If you have been arrested and are seeking favorable bail and conditions
of pretrial release, you need a defense that can protect your rights.
The Fort Wayne, Indiana, bond lawyers of Arnold Terrill, P.C.,
offer our clients the superior defense they need. Call us at 888-912-7220 or
contact us online. We don't charge a fee for a telephone consultation. Whether you hire
us or another firm, we want you to get help.