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How to Await Trial from Home This Christmas

Getting arrested is never convenient, but it’s even more inconvenient when it happens during the Christmas season. There’s no doubt you probably have a million things to check off a list, and your loved ones do too. But the number one thing on your list should be to spend Christmas with your loved ones. If you or a loved one is currently behind bars, A-EZ Out Bail Bonds can help you bail them out. Most of the time, a defendant can await trial from home. Let’s go over the circumstances and what you need in order to spend Christmas at home.

The Arraignment

When you are arrested, you will be assigned an arraignment and will attend it usually within 48 hours. At this arraignment, you will face a judge and they will tell you what you are being convicted of, and whether you qualify for bail. There are a number of factors that determine your eligibility.

Past Criminal Record

If you have committed crimes in the past, the judge may be more hesitant to provide you bail. If they do, the amount will be set very high, to make it more difficult for you to afford it. However, if you haven’t committed a crime in the past, then you are more likely to get affordable bail.

Severity of the Crime

The type of crime you commit will determine if you qualify for bail. Misdemeanors usually have affordable bail, and sometimes you don’t even need to attend an arraignment. However, if you are being charged with a felony, your chances of securing bail can decrease.

Flight Risk

When a court lets you out on bail, they expect you to stay in town until your trial date. If they have any suspicion that you may be a flight risk, bail will be a lot harder to get. For example, if you have family in another country and aren’t involved much with your community, they may believe that you will flee the country. If you are involved with the community (school, job, organizations) you have commitments in town and are less likely to run away if you are granted bail.

These are just a few of the main factors the judge considers when determining bail. Once you find out the amount you qualified for, get in touch with a bondsman. Let’s help you await trial from home.

Team Up with a Bondsman

Bail is usually set very high, and most people can’t afford to pay for it upfront and in cash. That’s why we recommend getting a bondsman. This will ensure you have the money to bail out your loved one before Christmas. You only have to pay a small percentage of the bail amount to secure a bond. The bondsman will cover the rest.

A-EZ Out Bail Bonds Is Here for You

Get a speedy release from jail when you hire A-EZ Out Bail Bonds. Our team works around the clock to get you or your loved one home before Christmas. Await trial from home this Christmas when you get in touch with one of our bondsmen.

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