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Should You Hire a Private Attorney or Go With The Public Defender?  

Posted 3 years ago by Jim Titus

Criminal defendants who can’t afford an attorney are granted the right to a public defender to help them with their case. This is a right all defendants have under the United State court system, giving everyone the chance at a fair trial.   In the case of a court-appointed lawyer, the defendant doesn’t have to pay […]

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A Day in the Life of a Bail Bondsman

Posted 3 years ago by Jim Titus

Anyone who has watched television shows such as “Dog the Bounty Hunter” has a Hollywood-inspired glimpse into the life of a bail bondsman. Although Dog and Beth Chapman were great at what they did (they’re retired), there’s much more to the job of a bail bonds person than hunting down bail jumpers. So what exactly […]

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What to Use for Collateral if You Need Bail

Posted 3 years ago by Jim Titus

When you need a loan from a bank or other financial institution, you will probably have to establish that you’re capable of paying back the loan. The bank will require you to have a job, or they’ll ask that you sign with someone who does.  Bail bondsmen require something similar in the form of collateral. […]

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What Happens if You Fail to Appear for Court?

Posted 3 years ago by Jim Titus

People are busy and often times, for whatever reason, they miss appointments. If you’re in trouble with the law you may be tempted to skip court, hoping that the judge may forget your case. But missing a court date is not something you want to do. So what happens if you fail to appear for […]

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Differences Between Felonies and Misdemeanors in Michigan

Posted 3 years ago by Jim Titus

If you’ve been charged with a crime you may be wondering why it’s considered either a felony or misdemeanor. Obviously felonies are typically worse crimes with stiffer punishments, but did you know you could be charged with either a felony or misdemeanor for the same crime? Here’s more about the differences between felonies and misdemeanors […]

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How Judges Determine Bail: The Method to the Bail Setting Process

Posted 3 years ago by Jim Titus

Judges don’t just select random numbers when calculating an individual’s bail. There is a standardized process for calculating and setting bail amounts. For whatever reason, if you or someone you know will be standing before a judge sometime soon, it might help to familiarize yourself with how judges determine bail. What is Bail? First, it […]

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