Criminal Homicide

What Are the Different Types of Criminal Homicide?

October 9th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Homicide offenses are among the most serious crimes that can be charged in the states. While some forms of homicide crimes may lead to life sentences or capital punishment, other classifications of homicide are less severe. People who are facing charges of one of the lesser forms of homicide crimes may be eligible for bail and can be freed while their cases are pending with bail bonds. Others who are facing the most serious classifications of homicide such as first-degree or capital murder may not be eligible for bail and may be forced to remain in custody while their cases are pending. The various types of criminal homicide are generally classified according to the elements of intent and premeditation.


Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking – A Criminal Defense Perspective

September 30th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Certain legal issues are relatively simple and can often resolve quickly, however, others may require a great deal of time. Human Trafficking is a case where it may be necessary to understand highly specific legal materials such as the process of bail and how it can impact a person's life. Human trafficking laws are complicated and may vary depending on a person's age and background. If charged with trafficking an adult or child, the consequences can be detrimental.


Pleading Guilty

Pleading Guilty: What Happens in Court

August 29th, 2019 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

A court case involves many different steps and may include a plea bargain. When a defendant decides to accept a plea bargain, they’re agreeing to pleading guilty to a crime. Important factors to examine when considering a plea bargain are whether the defendant has an existing criminal record and the severity of the crime. After a plea bargain pursued, sentencing may result in various circumstances. The defendant whom has plead guilty, may face a series of sanctions ranging from the paying fines, the suspension of a driver's, and/or professional license, court-ordered restitution, and may require jail or prison time.


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