Do Courts Have the Right to Deny Bail?

The right to deny bail

Contrary to popular belief, courts do have the right to deny bail. During United States vs. Salerno, the Supreme Court determined that although the Eighth Amendment prevents excessive bail, it does not guarantee an absolute right to bail. This means that defendants may be confined until their court hearing. In light of this information, you…

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Exercising Your Right to Remain Silent Before Posting Bail

“You have the right to remain silent; anything you say can and will be used against you in the court of law; you have the right to an attorney; if you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you.” In the situation of an arrest, you might hear or be familiar with these…

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Cost and Affordability of Bail Bonds

Trusted Affordable Bail Bonds When posting a bond for yourself or a loved one, the primary concern is always protecting you or your loved one’s freedom during the legal process. However, for many individuals, posting bail is an unexpected expense and the finances can be a concern when working with a bail bond company. You…

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