My fiancé got pulled over and was taken in for 2 warrants. One is driving on a suspensed license that's $500 bondable. The other warrant is no proof of insurance that's $600 cash only. I want to know how long he could possibly be in jail. The warrant about no proof of insurance is for a different county. I don't know if that will make the sentence longer or if he'll need to go to in the other county.
Your fiancé could be jail until both cases are resolved if he doesn't have money for bail. That could take weeks or possibly months.
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I've seen people released after their first hearing, however. It depends on what is said and what can be shown at that arraignment. I suggest you help your fiance arrange for an attorney to be there when he goes before the judge.
There are many factors: Your fiance could be released on an overcrowding release, but likely not with the cash only. Your fiance's past record regarding similar charges may come into play. The amount of time the warrant has been outstanding also plays a part. Is is an alcohol/drug related suspension? Are there other warrants for other crimes in other places? In spite of all these, if the suspension is not related to alcohol or drugs, there is a very good chance your fiance will get out at his first hearing and that first hearing should be today or tomorrow. If he is not released, then one of the factors above is in play and he needs to speak to an attorney.
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