I have a $25,000 personal Bond and I was wondering when I get arraigned in Circuit Court if my bond would be continued I've been doing everything that I'm supposed to.I've already done everything in District now it's bound over to circuit
The only answer we can give is probably. Is that enough?
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It depends on what the Judge wants to do. It is unusual for someone binding over and not waiving their arraignment. I hope you have a good attorney. Good Luck,
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What I understand is that you are on bond for DUI and now you're charged with a 3rd offense. If the Judge believes that no anoint of bond will stop you from drinking and driving, then the amount is the least of your concern. You could be detained with a bond you are unable to post, or you may get a breathalyzer device on your car or ankle, with treatment and other restrictions. Your best direction is to feet into verifiable treatment, hire an attorney, and develop a plan to move toward a result which minimizes the likelihood of a long jail sentence.
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