When a court first issues a warrant for arrest for someone charged with crime they usually set a “cash only” bond of $7,000 or more. This means that when someone is arrested they will have to pay that specific amount in cash to the court before they can be released from jail. Most people do not have $7,000 in cash, must less more than that. This means that the charged defendant must sit in jail until he raises $7,000 or more or hires a good attorney to file court pleadings to reduce his or her bond.
The prudent thing to do therefore, when one is arrested, is to immediately hire an attorney. As your attorney I will file an entrance of appearance in your case and a motion to reduce your bond at the same time. I am usually able to get your bond reduced within 24 to 48 hours after you retain this firm.
I work with several bondsmen in this area including some who are willing to write your bond for as little as $100 down. For example, if the judge sustains my motion to reduce your bond of $7,000 cash to $5,000 cash or surety bond, then the bondsman will charge you a total of $500 for your bond, but you will be able to get your bond issued for as little as $100 and then make payments. This means that you will usually be able to get out of jail very quickly after contacting and retaining this law firm.
Call The Hall Law Firm LLC today at 573-729-2229 and ask to speak to Glenn Hall.