Your son needs to address all his questions to his attorney and you need to stop posting any details about an ongoing criminal case online. You may inadvertently prejudice his case by sharing anything publically, and there is no privilege between parents and children, so anything your son tells you you can be forced to testify about. Parents of adult children should really stay out of any specifics of the case as there is nothing you can really do to help, but a lot you can do to hurt. If your son and his attorney need your assistance, your son can authorize his attorney to speak directly to you and answer questions, but again there is no privilege since he is not your attorney.
I am a Massachusetts attorney and answer questions based on Massachusetts law. The above answer is for educational purposes only and does not create an attorney client relationship or constitute legal advice.
Difficult to know exactly what is going on with limited information. Obviously, the court does not want him to be able to post bail and be released pending court. He is facing serious charges and you should consult with a criminal attorney to review and discuss options.
I would suggest you get an attorney. However on its face this means your son will not be able to get released until whatever bail condition has resulted in no bail is resolved. Unfortunately for the matter where there is no bail this also means he is not getting jail credit on that case meaning if the final resolution involves any jail time this time will not count.
Home Invasion is a very, very serious crime. The court believes that no amount of Bail is sufficient to ensure that he does not get out, so No Bail is set. If there is no bail, he cannot post anything, so he remains in jail until the case is resolved. Or, more likely, his bail was revoked on the first pending case, because he was rearrested. That is a violation of his bail conditions. A revocation of Bail carries with it a mandatory 90 days no bail status.
The other charge was given a bail so that the court can legally credit the time on that case if it results in incarceration. Sometimes charges fail to go to trial, or a defendant may want to plead a case in return for a deal. Rather than have all that time in jail go to waste, a bail is set to ensure that the jail time can be used.
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