My bf has a felony charge of distributing 35 grams or less and hes already on pronation his bond is 30000 cash suriety 3000 cash
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Is bonding him out a good decision?? Quite the question. The choice is yours, but what you need to know is if there is a probation hold on your bf. If so, even if you bond him out on the new charge, he would not be released because of the probation violation hold. Either way, he will need a lawyer to assist him with both. Plus, if he has a lawyer, they may be able to pursue a bond reduction so not as much is needed.
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It’s a loaded question. Depends on your objective. Either way, he could use great representation.
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