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The Judge may consider various criteria when setting a bond. The include a number if items such as : Your work record Your family ties and ties to the community How long you have lived in the community
There are three different types of bonds. However you may not be limited to a bond, there are other programs available instead.
Bonds set by the judge at the jail are not typically permanent. If you do not have enough money to bond a motion to consider your bond may be filed with your assigned court.
Bonds attached to cases at the jail are typically determined solely by the type of offense with which you have been charged. The judge at the jail has little to no information about you or the case.
When you are arrested, the arresting agency may ask for a bond amount or request the magistrate set the bond. The bond amount is typically determined solely by the type of offense charged. In almost all criminal cases, the Court is required to assign a bond to a criminal case within 72 hours of an [...]