Theft Bail Bonds
If you or a loved one have recently been charged with theft, it’s important to understand your current situation so you can take appropriate action. The severity of your charges will ultimately determine the bail the judge decides is fair for your specific case. For example, if you’re caught shoplifting a small item or two, your bail will be significantly less than if you are caught stealing higher-priced items.
As with most crimes, if you are charged with theft, the judge will often grant you bail so that you can pay a fee to be released from police custody until future court hearings. The judge will take into account a variety of factors when determining your bail, specifically your history and the severity of the current charges. If you are a repeat offender or have a prior criminal history, your theft bail bond will likely be higher than if this is your first offense.