He has 50000 dollar bond but I pay a bond of 45000 n judge gave him the other 5000 in PR bond.
Your son is in jail because he has a criminal case and he apparently violated his PR bond. He needs a lawyer. The lawyer can ask that the bond be reduced.
Yes, the judge could modify the bond or even issue a new or bond. Typically when a pr bond is revoked its because the defendant violated a condition of the pretrial release. If it was a minor infraction it may be something the judge is willing to overlook.
I recommend you immediately talk to an attorney in your area. An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to help you evaluate your situation and provide a strategy in how best you protect your rights and your future.
Pretrial Release (PR) bond is where a defendant is released from jail while the criminal case is pending. Many times the magistrate at the jail will release the defendant on a bond set at a low rate, only to have the judge determine that the Release Bond amount to be insufficient, based on the charges filed by the District Attorney. The court can reset the bond down, or a reputable bond company will likely rewrite a new bond for the higher amount, and apply the payment of the previously posted amount to the new Bond.
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