Have you been arrested by law enforcement? Are you wondering what happens next?
The criminal process can be a scary and unfamiliar process. After someone has been arrested, it's not uncommon to think about how this will affect your family, your employment, your housing situation, and other routine areas of your life. If convicted of a Felony, it could have serious life-changing effects on you. It is important to have a knowledgeable defense attorney at your side throughout the process.
Once you are arrested, usually you will be kept at a detention facility until you are arraigned. Typically, once someone has been arraigned, the Court orders them back into the custody of the jail until their trial has concluded. It is important to get a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible, even before you are arraigned.
A criminal defense attorney may be able to fight to lower your bond or get you released on your own recognizance (ROR). Your attorney may argue that a pre-trial release would be appropriate under the circumstances.
Whether you have been charged with a DUI, Fraud, Theft, Burglary, Drugs, or any other crime, we can help you!
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