Bail Bonds Preserves Your Right to Mount a Vigorous Defense

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The Eighth Amendment provides you with the right to mount a vigorous defense during the period of time after you have been arrested and charged with a crime, which can last through the course of the trial until final sentencing.

While this same article of the Constitution also prohibits a judge from setting excessive bail demands, it’s also not uncommon for the average person to lack the available funds in the short term to afford the cost of bail. You should know that in a situation like this you can turn to Breaking Bad Bail Bonds to help you or your loved one to post a bail.

As the cosigner to bail, part of your responsibility is to insure that the accused appears at all hearings and appropriate legal matters. Should the accused fail to appear for any legal proceedings, this collateral will be forfeited to Breaking Bad Bail Bonds.

If you have a friend or family member that has been accused of a crime and they need help posting bail, please feel free to call Breaking Bad Bail Bonds at 888-767-8224 to schedule an appointment. We are dedicated to helping people exercise the full extent of their constitutional rights.

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