A Look at Motion to Revoke Bond Hearings

In some instances, after loved ones go through the process of posting bail with the help of a bail bondsman in Upper Marlboro, the prosecutor may try to revoke the bond. If this occurs, there will be a motion to revoke bond hearing, during which the judge will listen to evidence and decide whether to allow the bond to continue.

Watch this video to learn about what to expect during a hearing to consider a motion to revoke a bond. Both sides will present evidence to prove or disprove that the defendant violated a condition of his or her bond. These conditions are agreed to at the time of posting bail and may include things like not traveling out of state, not possessing a firearm, and not using alcohol or drugs. If the judge determines the defendant has violated their conditions, he or she may be returned to jail. If not, the bond will be allowed to continue.

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