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    15/06/2020 - bobbarrybailbonds 0 Comments
    How Do the Courts in Volusia County Determine Bail Amounts?

    When setting bail amounts, judges consider the defendant’s criminal record, potential threat to others, flight risk, and age. In Volusia County, Flagler County, and other counties in Florida’s 7th Judicial Circuit, the courts have a bail schedule that takes into account these factors, as well as the details of the case. Below is a breakdown of the bail amounts for different criminal offenses.

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  • Guide to Bail Bonds Process
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    Guide to Bail Bonds Process

    As part of the bail bonds process, the person who is released from jail after posting bail agrees to appear in court every time he or she is required to do so. Whether it’s intentional or not, failing to show up to a court date can quickly lead to serious consequences that will require legal help to remedy. Here’s a look at what may happen when someone misses a court date.

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  • Things You Can and Can’t Do When Out on Bail
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    Things You Can and Can’t Do When Out on Bail

    Getting arrested can be a harrowing experience. However, in most cases, once arrested and put in jail, a person has the right to be released on bail. The judge imposes the bail amount and conditions of the release after consideration of various factors, such as the severity of the crime, the nature of the crime, and the individuals’ criminal record. Below are the do’s and don’ts when out on bail.

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  • Consequences of Missing Court Dates by Bob Barry Bail Bonds
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    Missing a Court Date After Posting Bail: What Happens?

    As part of the bail bonds process, the person who is released from jail after posting bail agrees to appear in court every time he or she is required to do so. Whether it’s intentional or not, failing to show up to a court date can quickly lead to serious consequences that will require legal help to remedy. Here’s a look at what may happen when someone misses a court date.

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  • The Consequences of a DUI by Bob Barry Bail Bonds
    15/06/2020 - bobbarrybailbonds 0 Comments
    The Consequences of a DUI

    Florida drivers can be charged with driving under the influence (DUI) if they have a blood alcohol level above 0.08 or refuse to take a field sobriety test. In addition to the severe safety hazards created by driving under the influence, a DUI carries serious legal consequences, even for first-time offenders.

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  • Getting A Public Defender in Daytona Beach, FL
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    How Do I Get a Public Defender?

    Suspects facing criminal charges are at some point given the Miranda warning and informed of their rights, which include the right to an attorney regardless of their ability to pay for one. Public defenders usually take on the cases of those who are unable to hire a private lawyer. But who are public defenders, and how does one qualify for their services?

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  • Types of Criminal Warrants in Florida
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    Understand the Types of Criminal Warrants in Florida

    In Florida, there are three common types of warrants issued by judges, including arrest warrants, bench warrants, and violation of probation (VOP) warrants. Although they all give authorities the power to make an arrest, they’re all issued for different reasons.

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