Violating Temporary Restraining Order Bail Bonds
Individuals who have been arrested for a violent crime or any type of physical, mental or emotional abuse, may be required to get a temporary restraining order bail bond. In circumstances where a violent act has been committed and an arrest has been made, the defendant may need a bail bond that is specifically written to address the concerns of the victim. If the defendant has violated the terms of a restraining order and has been arrested certain conditions may apply. Contact Express Bail Bonds Agency today and talk to one of their fully licensed and insured bail bondsmen today. The bail bonds agent will make sure all of your questions are answered and you fully understand the consequences of violating a temporary restraining order.
What Is A Temporary Restraining Order?
A restraining order is designed to prevent a person from performing a specific action. This can mean prohibiting them from taking a specific action that relates to an asset of a company or it can be used to protect a victim and keep the defendant away. A temporary restraining order is normally in effect for two weeks or less. The victim can request a longer period of time, but they will have to prove their claim that they fear the defendant may harm them in some fashion.
Once the restraining order is in place, the defendant may be prohibited from contacting the victim in any way and may have to remain a specific distance away from them at all times. If the defendant fails to do so and is found in violation of the temporary restraining order, they may be arrested on any number of charges including contempt of court, invasion of privacy, intimidation or harassment. If you or a loved has restraining order against them and it has been proven that they violated the order, the judge may choose to offer bail or he may force the defendant to remain in jail. The decision will be based on past criminal history, personal behavior and other facts that pertain to the case.
How Is A Temporary Restraining Order Bail Bond Different?
If a person has been accused of violating a protective order, the judge has every right to refuse to allow them to bond out. If circumstances in the case warrant it, the judge may allow the defendant to be released on bond, but the bail bond will have to have certain protective measures in place. The restraining order will still remain in effect and the defendant must not violate the order again. Secondly, the bail bonds service may require daily check ins as well as current information at all times. A temporary restraining order bail bond may be considerably higher than a conventional bail bond, depending on the details of the case.
In Cases of a Protective Order, Can A Person Be Released On Bond?
A person can be released on bond if they have been charged with violating a temporary restraining order or protective order. If you have questions about a temporary restraining order and the bail bonds that are associated with them, call Express Bail Bonds today at 702-633-2245. Our bail bondsmen can answer your questions and make sure you and your loved one are well informed about your rights and responsibilities if a someone has been accused of violating a protective order or a temporary restraining order. Let our bail bonds service get you through a difficult time. We can help you get things back on track!