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Bond Too High? Bond Reductions in Miami. A Miami Criminal Lawyer Can Help

Bond Too High Bond Reductions in Miami. Miami Criminal Lawyers Can Help

The purpose of bail is to ensure that a defendant returns to court for any and all pre-trial and trial court proceedings. In the state of Florida, any person who is charged with a crime, with the rare exception of a select group of very serious criminal acts, has the right to be released from jail on a bond. Often, bail is often set too high and is more than a person can afford to pay for a bond. As a result, the person who is being held pending bond may not have the ability to be released from jail.

If you or someone you love is facing such a predicament, don’t despair; there is a chance that you could have the bond reduced with the assistance of a Miami criminal lawyer.

A criminal attorney in Miami can file a motion to have the bond reduced. To have the request for a reduction granted, the attorney must be able to prove the commitment of the defendant to the community and that there is minimal chance that he or she will flee the jurisdiction. With the legal representation of an experienced Miami criminal defense firm behind you, you could successfully obtain a reduced bond, or the defendant may even be released on other terms.

How A Miami Criminal Lawyer Can Help

A defendant that is represented by a criminal defense attorney typically does better in court than a defendant who does not have any legal representation. As such, when you have an attorney representing you on your case, your chances of having a request for a bond reduction granted are far greater. It is important to remember, however, that not all attorneys will have the experience, knowledge and skill that is necessary to successfully achieve a reduced bond. If you really want to increase your chances of having a bond reduced, you want to make sure that you choose a seasoned criminal defense attorney who specializes in bond reduction to represent you.

A bond hearing is held early on in a criminal case so as to establish the price the bond will be set at. During the bond hearing, a judge will determine if issuing a bond amount is the right thing to do, and if so, the amount it should be posted. The more experienced the criminal defense attorney is, the greater the chance that the bond will be reduced.

Bond Too High Bond Reductions in Miami. How Miami Criminal Lawyers Can Help

Bond Too High Bond Reductions in Miami. How Miami Criminal Lawyers Can Help

If you are serious about having your bond reduced, employing an attorney from a Miami criminal defense firm as early as possible in your case is vital. The sooner you employ an attorney, the greater your chances of having your bond lowered will be. An attorney can help to make your release from custody quicker and can also help to save you and your loved ones a tremendous amount of money.

If you are in need of having a bond reduced, please do not hesitate to call our firm as soon as possible. We always have your best interest at heart and will work diligently to attain the results that you desire.

Stroleny Law, P.A. handles a variety of criminal law cases, so call now if you have any questions.

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