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Thursday, September 8, 2011

FAQ for Baltimore County Bail Review Hearings in Towson Maryland (MD)

Bail Review Hearings in Towson District Court Baltimore County, Maryland FAQ / Everything you ever wanted to know about a Bail Hearing in Baltimore County, Towson District Court.

Q:  What happens after someone is arrested in Baltimore County, Maryland?
Baltimore County, Maryland
Criminal Charges
A:  They will be processed (booked) at the precinct and then taken before a commissioner at one of the District Courts in Baltimore County, either Catonsville, Towson, or Essex.

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Q: What happens when a person arrested goes before a commissioner?
A:  The commissioner will review the charges, determine if there is probable cause to go forward with the charges and set a bail or release the individual on their own recognizance.

Q:  What happens if the commissioner sets a bail pending trial in Baltimore County, Maryland?
Baltimore County Criminal Defense
Attorney/Bail Hearing Lawyer
A:   If the commission sets a bail then the person would have to post that bail to be released pending trial. (See our page on bail in Baltimore County, Maryland)

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Q:  Will the person charged be seen by a Judge for a bail hearing?
A:  Yes, the person charged will see a Judge to a bail hearing in Baltimore County the day after they are arrested.  If a person is arrested on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, then that person will appear before a Judge on Monday.

Q:  Should I hire an attorney for the bail/bond review hearing?
A:  Yes, contact the Baltimore County Bail Review Hearing Attorney, G. Randolph Rice, Jr., at 410-288-2900.  They are available 24/7 for immediate bail review help in Baltimore County Maryland.

Q:  What is the background of attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr.?
A:  Mr. Rice is a former Assistant State's Attorney that has handled thousand of criminal cases as both a Assistant State's Attorney and a private attorney.  He is located in Baltimore County and is known by all the Judges and court personnel.  You can contact Mr. Rice at 410-288-2900, there is no obligation to contact Mr. Rice and he offers a free consultation to all potential clients to discuss their case and feel comfortable with handling their criminal case.

Towson District Court, Maryland
Q:  Where will the bail review hearing be held for people arrested in Baltimore County, MD?
A:  All initial bail hearings for people arrested in Baltimore County are held in the Towson District Court.

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Q: What time are bail review hearings in Baltimore County, Maryland?
A: All bail hearing in Baltimore County are held at 1:00 p.m.

Q:  Who will be the Judge that determines the bail in the bail hearing?
A:  There is no way of knowing until the day of the bail hearing, the Judges change each day in Courtroom 1 and they can even change on the day of the hearing.

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Q:  Where should I park for the Towson District Court?
A:  There is metered parking on the streets around the Towson District Court as well as a parking garage right next door to the Towson District Court.

Q:  Should I contact a bail bonds company before the bail review hearing in Towson District Court?
A:  Yes, you should contact a bail bonds company before the hearing, or if you choose to hire the Baltimore County Bail Hearing Attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr. (410-288-2900), they will make sure a bail bonds company if present to help have your loved on get released immediately after the bail hearing.

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Q:  What are bail companies that handle bails in Baltimore County, Maryland?
A:  We use four different companies for bail hearings and bails in Baltimore County: EastCoast Bailbonds, Got Bail?, Freedom Fighters Bail Bonds, and Strong Arm Bail Bonds.

Q: What is the advantage of having the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC (410-288-2900) represent my loved one in the bail review hearing in Towson, Maryland?
A:  The Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, has over 75 points of argument to present to the Court as well as brings valuable arguments and perspective to the Court to assist in reducing bail or assisting a loved ones release on their own recognizance.

Q: Who is the lawyer that handles bail review cases in Baltimore County Towson District Court?
A: Attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr., he can be contacted 24/7 at 410-288-2900.  He will be able to answer all of your bail questions over the phone and then meet you across the street at his Towson Office before the hearing to review the case and formulate a strategy.

Q:  What does a Judge consider in a bail review hearing?
A:  There are hundreds of factors the Judge considers, that is why it is so important to have a lawyer that can make the best argument to the Judge.

Q:  Can I talk at the bail hearing if I am not a lawyer?
A:  Not usually, the Judge only wants to hear from pre-trial and possible the accused.  That can be dangerous, anything the accused says at the bail hearing can be used against him at a later hearing or trial.

Q:  What happens if I cannot afford the bail?
A:  Then Mr. Rice can file for additional bail reviews or a writ of habeas corpus in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, Maryland and try to have the bail lowered.

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