you should have the bail reduced . you need a san diego attorney such as
myself. it was unclear if you have been arraigned or just found out the the
case would be charged does a misdemeanor dealing with the bailbondsman may
be a problem it depends on the bondsman whether or not he will let you out
of your contract since he didn't post the felony bail amount to secure your
release contact me about your case if you decideto contact an attorney
Did your attorney make a motion to reduce bail? Even if they did it is unlikely the bondsman would give you any money back. It depends on the terms of your contract with the bondsmand. Unfortunately, they usually have a standard contract that covers these situations. Many times they offer a discount if you get a private attorney. You should hire a DUI attorney to fight the case anyway.
I agree with what my colleagues have said. It will depend on the terms of the contract with the bail bondsman. It is possible to get the money back if he hasn't posted a felony bond. You should hire a local DUI attorney to help you through the process.
Your attorney should make the pitch to reduce bail, then it would be between you and your bailbondsman.
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A good attorney should be able to assist you In getting the bail amount that you owe the bondsman reduced to whatever the amount is that is acceptable to the court. One of us local Avvo criminal defense attorneys should be able to assist you in this type of situation.
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