Bond Reductions in Tallahassee
Information About Getting Your Bond Reduced
A person charged with a crime in Tallahassee is entitled to be released on bail pending trial in most cases. Bail is security given for the release of a jailed person, which guarantees attendance at all required court appearances. Individuals charged with a criminal offense in Tallahassee have the right to be offered bail except in cases of a capital offense or a severe felony.
The attorneys at Jansen and Davis, P.A. have a thorough understanding of Florida bail & bond reduction laws, and understand exactly what it takes to get your bond reduced. Any person in Tallahassee who is admitted to bail may be released on his or her own recognizance, i.e., released without posting bail, at the discretion of the court. In setting bail, the following criteria is considered by the judge:
- Financial condition of the accused
- Address of the accused
- Employment history of the accused
- Name and address of employer
- Family situation
- Prior criminal record
- Pertinent facts of the particular offense
In some cases the amount set by the court is excessive, considering the accused person's financial status, the nature of the alleged offense, and other facts. When this occurs, it is customary to file a motion to reduce bail or a motion to be released on his/her own recognizance. The motion is an application to the court for an order reducing the bail, stating the imminent conditions and requirements. If you are involved this type of situation and need your bond reduced, a Tallahassee criminal defense attorney from Jansen and Davis, P.A. is here to assist you.
Contact a Tallahassee criminal attorney today for more information about bond reductions!
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