Those are his charges. What is he faceing. He has never been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor.
When deciding whether a person can get a bond, judges look at that person’s criminal history, likelihood of committing additional felonies while on bond, whether that person is a danger to the community, and whether that person is likely to flee the court’s jurisdiction. The decision to grant bond is solely up to the judge. For the charges you listed, an attorney needs to file a motion for bond and request a hearing date.
He is eligible for a bond. Whether he gets one will depend on many factors. You should ask his lawyer to explain the factors a judge considers when granting a bond.
Based on the information provided your son should be eligible for bond. I would advise you consult an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist your son in this matter.
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