Blog Posts in November, 2016

Should You Represent Yourself at an Arraignment Hearing?

Self-representation is a basic legal right of every criminal defendant. The art of self-representation is often glorified in crime dramas on TV, but in reality, it can have serious consequences. ...
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What Happens if You Are Arrested When Out on Bail?

By posting bail, you are agreeing to certain conditions. You are agreeing to return to court for all scheduled appearances, and you may have to abide by other conditions of bail, such as maintaining ...
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Is Bail a Right?

Posting bail allows defendants accused of criminal offenses to be released from jail pending the resolution of their cases. Bail is routinely granted to most offenders and if an offender cannot afford ...
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Answering Questions About Bail

After a loved one is charged with a criminal offense, families often begin to wonder how bail bonds work. Since regulations and protocols can vary from one jurisdiction to the next, it’s best to ...
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