There are some basic criteria for bail considerations set by the legislative reform act of 1978. The act was brought about by a public outcry for more equality surrounding the qualification issues of bail. It used to be that if, and only if a defendant had enough money for bail, it was granted. People who couldn’t come up with the funds, stayed in custody, period. And then there were instances when people who were let out on bail committed other, sometimes, more heinous crimes.
Some points outlined in the act include the concern about the defendant out on bail returning for court hearings. The needs of the defendant as well as the protection of victims, and the community is another factor for deliberation for bail bonds in Aurora.
BWB Bail Bonds offers services for those defendants who need help making bail arrangements. Every effort is made to see that qualified defendants are able to return to their lives and families while awaiting trial. Call for help with bail bonds in Aurora: 720-358-2908.
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