DUI Bail Bonds
Driving under the influence is something that will not be tolerated by anyone. These offenses will always result in being booked, but there are times when these crimes will be considered misdemeanors and others when they will be considered felonies. If it is your first offense for driving under the influence, the bail penalty will, most likely, not be all that much. However, if you are facing a repeat conviction, the bail amount could be hefty, up to and including) and amount that we may not be able to bond.
If this is the first time that you are facing a DUI charge, you license will absolutely be suspended and you will face, at least, some kind of minor jail time. The jail time will, most likely, come in the form of a small holding frame. This will be coupled with a bail fine that will probably be an amount that you can afford, and definitely an amount that we can bond out to you. If you are facing this kind of charge, let us help you with your fine, so that you can focus on fixing your mistake and getting back on the road.
If you are facing a repeat conviction for a DUI offense, it is very likely that you can be charged with a felony offense. A felony is a serious thing, as it permanently stays on your record and can go on to impact several aspects of your life, including getting future jobs. If you are facing a felony DUI charge, you will, very likely, be facing some kind of jail time, quite possibly a permanently suspended license and a very large bail amount. We will try and bond you, if we can, but it is not a guarantee that we can match the full amount you will owe, in this case.
If you are facing a conviction from an accident that you caused, while driving under the influence, you may be walking a tight rope. These cases are, not always, felonies, but they certainly can be. If you have no prior convictions, it could be that an accident will only get you a misdemeanor charge. However, if you seriously injure someone in the process, or kill someone, you may be charged with a much more severe crime. We can’t promise a bail bond, in this instance, but please call us to talk about options.
If you are facing a conviction of endangering a minor, while driving intoxicated, it could lead to a felony conviction. Often times, in these cases, we can bond you for the amount your bail will be set at, but, should you be charged with a felony, your bail could start to climb. In DUI cases, bail rates can be all over the place, so it is difficult for us to say if we can help or not. If you face any sort of DUI case, the best thing to do is call us and let us know your specific situation.