Assault Bail Bonds
If you have recently been charged with assault, you can quickly post bail or have our team at Chuck Brown II Bail Bonds assist with a bond so you can get out of jail as soon as possible. Being charged with any crime, no matter how big or small, can be extremely nerve-wracking, especially if it’s the first time you’ve been in this situation.
While assault is generally considered a fairly serious crime, you are still entitled to post bail and return to the comfort of your home while you search for legal counsel. Though some judges may deny you bail for a particularly severe assault charge, it’s often common for the judge to grant you bail after weighing the entire case’s details in full.
Given the violent nature of an assault charge, an assault bail bond is often only issued with several important stipulations that the person being charged must abide by. If you violate the conditions set forth with your assault bail bond, your bail will be revoked, and you will be arrested again.