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Cleveland DUI Attorney Joseph Patituce explains how you post a bond on a criminal case in Ohio.

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									How Will You Post Bond In A Criminal Case?




If you are one of those ill-fated ones caught up in certain criminal case and are detained, then you would want to
find out about How Do You Post Bond In A Criminal Case?

Well, posting of the bail bond is often done before a person that has already been arrested is released from jail
before the beginning of the trial. But this will not always take place. First of all, not every person who is imprisoned
is sent in prison. Small offences and traffic offences and in a few States, even drug possession are managed by
issuing a ticket to the culprit and demanding her or him to appear in the courtroom. In some cases, you are not
even issued the ticket; you pay the penalty at once and are let off. You may then pay off the fine before your court
appearance and thus not appear at all.

However, if you are imprisoned then you need to find out the bail cash you would need. Many are not aware about
the process involved and may not have the money on them. Should you be in Cleveland and are arrested, you may
have to speak to a Cleveland law firm or receive the skills of an individual for example Attorney Joseph Patituce to
help you get from prison in the least amount of time.

The bail amount is often not known. For more severe offenses or felonies, in which the amount is decided by the
magistrate, it gets a lot more significant for the culprit to make plans at the earliest to get free from prison. If he is
unable to do so, he would probably have to be in prison till the following court date is available. This could be
rather stressful for anyone.

The bail bond amount is directly proportional to the degree of the crime committed in most cases. This amount of
money is determined and must be compensated so you go back to courtroom to fight the case at the allocated
date and not try to escape.
You can pay the bail by yourself or get it purchased via the bail bondsman for an amount and this is normally 10%
of the amount you are compensating as bail. At times, you may even be asked for some guarantee in order to
convince the bail bondsman you will indeed show up in court on the date available and decided. The bond amount
in some cases may be too large for you to tolerate alone and that is where the bondsmen are important.

There can be no doubt that the perfect option is the one where you get released owing to own recognizance. In
this case, you needn't pay bail and could go after just signing a statement that you will go back to show up at court
on the decided date. But as that is not available for every person, you have to get the assistance of a Patituce and
Associates or somebody like Cleveland Legal Help to help you to post bond via their properly qualified and expert
bondsmen.

Patituce & Associates, LLC

600 Superior Ave. East

Suite 1300

Cleveland, Ohio 44114

(440) 471-7811

http://www.patitucelaw.com/

								
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