faviconLet Our Veteran DUI Defense Professionals Help You Regain Control

How Much Is A Probation Violation Bond?

The amount of money that must be paid in order to secure someone's release from jail depends on the type of crime committed and the length of sentence imposed.

Types of Probation Violations

You will violate probation if you get convicted for another offense. You will violate probation if you do not complete court ordered classes or community service. You will violate probation if you drink or use drugs contrary to a court order.

Penalties For Violating Probation

Depending on the type of violation, the penalties for violating probation vary widely. For example, if a defendant violates his or her probation by failing to complete community service, then the penalty would likely be less severe than if the defendant failed to report to his or her probation officer.

How Can I Avoid a Probation Violation?

If you on probation, there are several things you can do to avoid being charged violating probation. First, make sure you understand the terms of your probation. Second, try to stay out of trouble. Third, talk to your probation officer regularly. Fourth, keep up with any required community service. Finally, ask your probation officer for help if you need it and stay in touch with your attorney.

Types of Bonds For Probation Violations

There are three main types of bonds to stay out of jail pending the resolution of the probaion violation charge. One type is called a cash bond. With this type of bond, the defendant pays a set amount of money to ensure his or her appearance in court. The second is a bond posted by a bondsman. The third is a personal recognicanse bond where you owe the court if you do not appear as required.

Our Fees