Understanding the Bail Bond Process
Posted By The Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass || 2-Jul-2015
If the court grants you bail, you’ll be required to pay a certain amount of money to secure your release until you are required to reappear in court. Alternatively, you could work with a bail bondsman, who will pay the court for you in exchange for a fee and collateral. Like all court hearings, you’re more likely to obtain a favorable outcome if you have a criminal defense lawyer representing you at your bail hearing.
For more information on the bail bond process, talk to your attorney or watch this video. This lawyer explains the factors that can influence the judge’s decision regarding the amount of bail to set—or whether to set bail at all.
Criminal defense lawyer Jeffrey C. Grass understands the local court system and can help you secure the lowest possible amount of bail. If you’re facing a DUI charge or other criminal offense, call the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass at and let our criminal defense team go to work for you.