My loved one got denied bail April 27 and has a court may 25 is it possible for him to just be let out?
Anything is possible, but it's highly unlikely he'll just "be let out" if he was denied bail previously.
SAN DIEGO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY--20 years experience
Yes, however, there was a reason he was denied the first time. However, an attorney may be able to argue for his release or for lower bail, if it was not done the first time already,
It could happen, but it doesn't happen very often. Get an attorney for your loved one to go to the hearing and show cause why bail should be granted in this case.
While most individuals should be afford reasonable bail, depending on the charges and county, it is a bit all over the place. If your loved one has an attorney, you should talk to her or him. I've seen courts set no bail in cases in very serious cases, probation violation cases, and where there are numerous failures to appear. However, in many cases, once there is an attorney involves to review what is going on and requests a bail review hearing, in most cases bail can be set. Consult the attorney if he has one or an experienced criminal defense attorney in the county where your loved one is in custody and pending charges.
Does he have an immigration hold? Based on another question you asked, you said he is willing to be deported.
If he has an immigration hold, he will not be released but will be deported after his case is over. When you ask a question, you have to make sure you put down all the important information or any answer may e wrong.
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