does this mean he can be bonded out or no? why put a bond on the new charge if you revoke the other bonds and put recommit under bond?
Don't post bail in the new charge until you know there is bond on the first case. You need to hire an attorney.
I agree with Mr. Damore. Don't spend good money after bad. Get a lawyer to get bond on first case and if that happens then post on second or have a lawyer file a motion to reduce bond to save you money.
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It will require checking on the revocation and if no bond, filing a motion for bond. Unless the old and new charges are so severe that he would be deemed a threat in society he is by law entitled to pre-trial release. If you have any questions contact my office. Good luck!!
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