my fiance was arrested the police were there for 30 minutes trying to calm her down all they did is aggravator she decided to slam the door they kick the door in they arrested her they did not read her her rights and they've had her Ting for 7 Days on bail would no contact with any lawyer. I thought the da was supposed to have their case submitted and ready within 72 to 48 hours and none of that's been done she's going on 7 days before she has her court date
You are describing a police state in operation. Ordinary citizens who act out like children are easy targets for arrest. The lady should have kept her cool. She had no business slamming doors at cops as cops shoot first and ask questions later.
No rights are needed when a criminal performs a crime in view of cops. Bail is granted by a judge who must assess whether the criminal is a flight risk - though many denials of bail are based on the prosecutor's desire to punish the criminal up front rather than after trial. District attorneys can do anything they want because they don't have any ethical rules. Private lawyers have ethical rules because private lawyers have clients. Prosecutors have no clients.
Hire a private lawyer to represent the lady. That['s the only hope of justice she may get after all this.
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Someone has to provide bond to get her out.
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