Can you be released on bail with a felony charge?

Answer You can, and in most instances will, be released on bail pending felony charges. There may be exceptions, such as in capital crimes, depending on circumstances. The Eighth Amendment of the United S... Read More »

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When is the bail bond released?

A court releases bail bond money when the corresponding case concludes. The person freed on bond must attend all scheduled court dates. After acquittal or a guilty verdict, the funds return to the ... Read More »

How much do bail bondsmen charge?

Bail bondsmen charge differing rates, but the accepted standard is to charge criminal defendants 10 percent to 12 percent of the amount of the bond posted against them. This fee is nonrefundable.So... Read More »

How do I get rid of a felony charge?

If you are charged with a felony, it can be very difficult to remove it from your record. Felonies prevent you from having the ability to vote or own a firearm. If the trial has not been concluded ... Read More »