When a person is arrested, the law requires that they be allowed to appear before a judge or magistrate who has the discretion to release them on bond.
Even if a person is denied bond at this first appearance, it still may be possible for an attorney to convince the court to release them on bond.
It may also be possible for an attorney to get the court to lower a bond that has already been set or to appeal the result of a bond motion to a higher court.
If you or someone close to you is arrested and needs to get out of jail, contact the attorneys at Blitz Legal for a free consultation to discuss the possibility of release.
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