30 Mar Why Some Juveniles Will Get Bail While Most Won’t
Why Some Juveniles Will Get Bail While Most Won’t
In the majority of cases, juveniles (17 years of age or younger) who have been arrested won’t have to pay for bail because the way the justice system is set up, they won’t be offered bail. They will be released to their parents. Bail is only offered for those who are 18 years or older, unless the judge denies bail. However, the exception to bail and juveniles is that if the juvenile is being tried as an adult, then he or she can be eligible for bail.
Modesto Bail Bonds Store can help with bail for any adult and any juvenile who is being tried as an adult. We will work with you to create the most flexible and affordable payment plan as possible. We’re not trying to make the process difficult for you – we want this to be as easy and as smooth as possible for you; after all, you have much to worry about outside of bail bonds as it is.
We’re happy to give you a free consultation! A Modesto Bail Bonds Store representative will even come to meet you face to face if necessary. We will not let you down!