Felony Bail Bonds
By definition, a felony is a crime that is punishable with a minimum of at least one year of jail and often significant fines. Felony crimes range from tax evasion to theft of over $500, possession of narcotics, homicide, and other serious crimes. Since these charges can have a life changing impact, it’s a good idea to post bail so you can work on your legal options in the comfort of your home. Even the most minor of felonies will often include heavy fines in addition to the required jail time.
Felony charges often require substantial amounts of capital to post bail ranging from $25,000 for minor felonies all the way up to a million dollars and beyond for capital crimes, which is why many people require a felony bail bond in these cases. In some instances, a judge can deny bail entirely depending on how serious the crime in question is and if you are currently wanted in another state or county.
Because felonies are very serious crimes, the felony bail bond amount for these crimes is significantly higher than a standard misdemeanor, and most people can’t afford to pay it out of pocket. At Chuck Brown II Bail Bonds, we work with our clients to help them post bond so they can work on their case in the comfort of their own home.