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Bail Bonds for Probation Violators

 
Is it possible to get a bail if you are accused of violating probation? Well, if you have been accused of such thing, there is a possibility of you getting arrested and even held until a motion for revocation is filed. Now, after it has been filed, then you can seek for a bail from a judge during your hearing. Nevertheless, the process is not that easy as you need to prove before the court why you should be released on bail. In addition to that, you would also need to wait in jail until the date when the court asks for you or when your bond would be posted.

So, how can your lawyer convince the judge? Your lawyer needs to prove that you are not threat to the judicial process nor to the community in any way. He/she also needs to prove that you have a low risk in committing a new criminal act and that you would appear before the court whenever it is necessary. What happens during the court date? The judge would also be taking a lot of things into consideration. For example, they would consider how you behaved before the pre-conviction bail. In addition to that, in case a new bail has indeed been given, you can expect that there would be additional terms and conditions in it.

Apart from your behavior, the judge would also consider the reason behind you violating your probation. He/she may also consider your state not just physically but mentally as well. Of course, they would also consider whether a similar incident has happened in the past too. In addition to that the defense attorney that you have hired and the prosecutor in charge of your case would come up with an agreement regarding the violation that you have made.

How does the bond work? First of all, there is a need for you to know that bonds in deferred adjudication and regular probation are different. For example, with regular probation, you are not entitled to a bond. However, there are some cases wherein the judges sets on. On the other hand, with the deferred adjudication probation, the judge is required to set a bond amount. Nevertheless, there is a big chance that you will not be able to afford it for it is usually set too high. In addition to that, you will also need to pay a bondsman to help you get out of jail and that will also incur some cost on your part.

In conclusion, as much as possible, you should avoid violating your probation. Nevertheless, in case you have been left with no choice but to violate it and you have been caught doing it, there is a need for you to hire a good and experienced lawyer. That way, you can assured that you would be defended well in court. All in all, although it is not that easy to acquire bail bonds, it is not impossible as well.
 
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