Bail Bonds For Battery and Assaults Charges in Texas

If you or a loved one got into a fight or was otherwise an unfortunate part of an altercation, they could be taken into custody, and the court can set bail for their release. They could be facing battery and assault charges, and if you don’t want them sitting in jail while they’re waiting for …

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WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PUBLIC DEFENDER AND A PRIVATE ATTORNEY?

At one point during pretrial, you’ll have to pick who will represent you. The typical choice is between a private attorney or a public defender. Who would represent you better? We’ll compare the two based on a few key criteria. AFFORDABILITY  When it comes to affordability, public attorneys are the clear winner. The court appoints …

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HAVE YOU VIOLATED YOUR BAIL CONDITIONS IN TEXAS?

Say you get your bail in the Lone Star State, and its conditions are both constitutional and proportional to the bail amount. However, for one reason or another, you fail to meet bail conditions. What happens then? Keep reading to find out. 3 COMMON RESULTS FOR BREACHING BAIL CONDITIONS When a person breaks the bail …

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Traveling on Misdemeanor Probation vs Felony Probation

What is Probation? If you are convicted of a misdemeanor or felony crime, your criminal defense attorney can ask the judge to “suspend” your sentence and grant probation. This allows you to stay home instead of serving time in jail or prison. Probation gives you the opportunity to complete your sentence out of custody under …

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