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Friday, April 22, 2011

Maryland 24 Hour Bail Review Hearing Lawyer

Baltimore County Bail Lawyers
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Maryland Bail Review Lawyers for Maryland District and Circuit Courts

Who can post bail for me when I have been arrested?

You may post bail for yourself, have someone over 18 years old post it on your behalf or use a bondsman, we suggest either: Got Bail, Eastcoast Bail Bonds, Freedom Fighters Bail, or Strong Arm Bail Bonds.  They are efficient bail companies located in Baltimore and around the state of Maryland.  If a family member, friend, or loved one has been arrested and you want to get that person released soon, contact our 24 hour attorney number at 410.288.2900.  We can organize and coordinate the release of the person that has been arrested and is being held.  Often we are able to have the individual released from the commissioner’s office once the bail has been set.   IT is often hard to predict what the bail amount will be, but we can have a bail company ensure that someone is there to coordinate the release of your loved one.  The person posting bail for you assumes full responsibility for your appearance in court.  If you fail to appear as required, a warrant will be issued for your immediate arrest and the bail will be forfeited.

An Attorney is Available 24/7 to Answer you Bail Questions.  Call 410.288.2900 for Bail Review and Bail Help

How can I post bail?Bail may be posted in the following manner:

Professional Bail Bondsman
The fastest and probably the easiest way to have a person released if through the use of a bail bonds company.  We have many companies that we work with in Maryland to ensure that our clients are release expeditiously.  Call us 24/7 to coordinate the release of your loved one from jail.   A bail bondsman charges a non refundable fee to post bail. In addition to the fee, the bondsman may require collateral security or property to secure your release. Collateral will be returned to the person who posted it after disposition of the charges. The service fee and collateral received must be displayed on the bail bond form.  Make certain that the information is correct on the form, that you receive a receipt and that you understand the action the bondsman may take if you fail to meet your obligations.

An Attorney is Available 24/7 to Answer you Bail Questions.  Call 410.288.2900 for Bail Review 
and Bail Help

We work with Bail Bonds companies in the following Maryland Counties:
Bail in Allegany County, Bail in Anne Arundel County, Bail in Baltimore City, Bail in Baltimore County, Bail in Calvert County, Bail in Caroline County, Bail in Carroll County, Bail in Cecil County, Bail in Charles County, Bail in Dorchester County, Bail in Frederick County, Bail in Garrett County, Bail in Harford County, Bail in Howard County, Bail in Kent County, Bail in Montgomery County, Bail in Prince George’s County, Bail in Queen Anne’s County, Bail in St. Mary’s County, Bail in Somerset County, Bail in Talbot County, Bail in Washington County, Bail in Wicomico County, Bail in Worcester County Maryland Attorney MD.  Bail Review Attorneys on call 24/7 to assist you in getting your loved one out of jail.

An Attorney is Available 24/7 to Answer you Bail Questions.  Call 410.288.2900 for Bail Review and Bail Help

Cash Bail
A percentage may be posted for cash bonds. All bonds that are set at two thousand, five hundred dollars ($2,500.) or less may be posted with a cash deposit of ten percent (10%). However, the person posting cash bail is liable for the full amount.   If the bail is set above the $2500.00, then we would suggest you call a bail bondsman.  If you qualify, the bail companies that we use required a minimum of 1% down.   So if the Defendant has a $100,000.00 bail then you would only be required to put down $1,000.00 to have them released. If the Defendant appears for trial or the charges are disposed of before trial, the amount posted will be refunded. If the Defendant do not appear, all cash posted will be forfeited and the full amount of bail becomes due to the Court.

Property Bail
Property (e.g. land or home) in Maryland may be used to post bail, provided that the net equity in the property meets or exceeds the amount of bail.  To determine net equity deduct any liens, mortgages or deeds of trust, and ground rent, capitalized at 6 percent, from the assessed value of the property. 

When posting property, a Defendant, their family or friends need to present tax bills, assessment notices, copies of a recorded deed or other public records. Each person whose name appears on the tax bill must sign the form, unless a power of attorney has been executed by one or both parties authorizing another signature.
An Attorney is Available 24/7 to Answer you Bail Questions.  Call 410.288.2900 for Bail Review and Bail Help

Intangible Assets
Acceptable intangible assets include:
a.  Bankbooks and certificates of deposit accepted at 100 percent of stated value, 
b.  Letters of credit from a bank,
c. Certificates for stocks listed on the American or New York Stock Exchange, accepted at 75 percent of the present exchange quotation.

Only a clerk of the court may accept intangible assets; a commissioner may not. Present the required documents to a clerk at the court location where the case is pending.

Credit and Debit Cards
Bail may be charged on certain credit and debit cards.  Although a commissioner or clerk accepts the card, an independent company processes the charge.  The charge includes the amount of the bail and a service fee. These charges will appear on your next credit or debit card statement. The card and personal identification must be produced in person at the time of posting bail. (Contact a District Court commissioner or clerk for information on cards accepted and the fees charged.)

For the telephone number of a bondsman call our 24/7 Bail Review hotline to speak with a Maryland Bail Review Attorney at 410.288.2900.

An Attorney is Available 24/7 to Answer you Bail Questions.  Call 410.288.2900 for Bail Review and Bail Help

Do I need a lawyer?
You are not required to have a lawyer.  However, a lawyer will offer you legal advice, help defend you and protect your interests before the court.   You will always do better at a bail review with an experienced Bail Review Attorney.  Our Bail review attorney has handled hundreds of Bail Reviews in Maryland.  We know how to present the best argument for the Defendant.  To ensure that they receive the best possible bail setting.

An Attorney is Available 24/7 to Answer you Bail Questions.  Call 410.288.2900 for Bail Review and Bail Help

How do I get a lawyer?
You get a lawyer by calling the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC. We are available 24/7 to assist you with your bail issues.  Not only can we help with the bail review, we will advise you on the best course of action for the pending criminal charges.  Bail is just the first step, after the Defendant is released, then we need to start worrying about defending the case.

An Attorney is Available 24/7 to Answer you Bail Questions.  Call 410.288.2900 for Bail Review and Bail Help

When should I contact a lawyer?
Immediately! We need time to prepare your case for trial as well as review our strategy for the Bail review and pending motions in the criminal case.  If you have not hired our office by the time of your trial, the judge can make you go to trial without a lawyer.

It is your responsibility to obtain legal counsel and we are here to help.

We are available 24/7. Call 410.288.2900 for Immediate Bail Review and Bond Help.

If you face a bail review in Maryland, you need a Maryland Bail Review lawyer present to argue before the Court for a reduction or release on your own recognizance.  Contact my office at 410.288.2900 to schedule a lawyer for your bail review.  Below find an example of the Bail Review Rights in Maryland.