I have a felony charge my lawyer set a date for it to be off but he says I have to get a signature from the bonds man . If they dont sign for me I will have to go to jail the date he set my warrant to be off on . My warrant is 5 million I don't think they will sign for me they would most likely want they money.
You have a lawyer so perhaps you should be speaking to your lawyer about this?
Talk to your lawyer.
Don't expect internet lawyers to guess correctly.
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I don’t understand why people spend good money on private attorneys and then turn to the Internet. You spend good money on an attorney so you don’t have to turn to the Internet. Talk to your attorney.
You should discuss everything with your lawyer.
It means your bondsman agrees to stay on the bond
As my other colleagues suggested, speak to your attorney for advice. Good luck.
I agree with my colleagues, you need to speak to your private attorney about that issue in your particular case. I am only adding the following so that you are aware of why this is happening:
When you we’re out on bond and got the warrant, you basically violated your bond conditions and violated your contract with the bonding firm.
That means irrespective of how much money you paid to get out of jail, it’s gone. You violated the conditions in your contract with the bonding company. Now your lawyer is going to ask to put you back on that bond and that amounts to forcing the company back on that risk. That company may not want to take that risk again after you violated once. The judge cannot force them to take that risk again unless they agree.
That is basically why your bondsman has to agree and your lawyer will typically speak to them and determine whether they are going to agree or not and then it’s your call. Please do what your lawyer says, not what anyone online tells you.
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