My friend was arrested on new charges while on probation in Kissimmee, Fl. His mother attempted to bail him out to which she was met with more charges being added to the list a warrant issued and another bond set. She paid that bond and the same thing happened, now the police told her they will continue producing new charges no matter how many bonds she pays... and it’s only making things worse for him. First, can they do that? And second, why would a judge continue to sign warrants for someone who is already incarcerated?
"now the police told her they will continue producing new charges no matter how many bonds she pays"... I am sorry but I reject / simply do not believe that. Still, if this is true then an internal affairs complaint should be filed against the police officer(s) who said that.
"why would a judge continue to sign warrants for someone who is already incarcerated"... Judge's sign warrants regardless of where the subject is. Either there is probable cause or there is not.
Sounds to me like your friend needs a real world lawyer working for him (as opposed to you asking pointless questions on the internet)...
He is in jail and he's not going anywhere without the help of a living, breathing attorney.
Wishing your friend luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Like my colleague Mr. Haber, I do not believe the police stated they would be continuing to produce new charges. A judge is presented with an affidavit for a warrant. The judge does not check to see if someone is in custody. If probable cause exists based on the affidavit, the judge will sign the warrant.
If this is the situation, you should be getting an attorney for him instead of posting bonds.
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