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Why Do Bail Laws Change?

February 17th, 2016 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

The constitution makes provisions for bail bonds under the Eighth Amendment. It states that excessive bail is not allowed in areas where bail is permitted. Also, the Sixth Amendment allows a defendant who is being charged with a crime the right to know what they are being charged with, and then they can ask for bail if the charge falls under the category as a bailable offense. It's true that each state has jurisdiction over their own bail laws, but they also have to comply with the federal regulations too.


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