Bail hearings are judicial procedures that deem whether or not a person charged with an offence should be held in custody or released until their trial.
Bail is one of the most fundamental steps to preparing a proper defence.
If the court deems the accused person trustworthy and have no further reason to believe the accused will re-offend or not show up for there there trial, they will release them under conditions.
• Remain within a certain area
• Deposit the person’s passport
• Notify police of any change in address or employment
• Abstain from communicating with any person or from going to any place
• Abstain from possessing a firearm and surrender any firearm
• Report to police at specified times
• Abstain from consuming alcohol or other intoxicating substances
• Abstain from taking drugs except in accordance with a medical prescription
Beyond these conditions the court may require a surety to assure the accused comply with the conditions in place.
Your best approach to this situation is to immediately seek a lawyer that will take the time to help you understand your legal rights, and who will fight for your winning results. Your first meeting with Bobby Russon and Windsor Criminal Law is always free.