How Do I Post Bond?

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Going up against criminal charges, or being in the process of a criminal investigation, can be extremely anxious times. You don’t know if your verdict will result in jail time, extreme fines, and a permanently marked record. However, you do know that if any of these occur, the lifestyle that you have become accustomed to may be in jeopardy. That is why it is so important to bring in an experienced criminal defense attorney to handle your case. And, The Law Offices of R. Wayne Richter are ready to go to work for you, right now.

There are many common questions that attorney Wayne Richter often hears. One of those is how the bond process works, if you find yourself in a situation where it is needed. Bond can either be posted in full amount to the sheriff’s office, or you can hire a bail bondsman who will post the amount for you. It is important to remember that, assuming you don’t miss any court appearances, your bond will be paid back to you. However, if you hire a bondsman, they will receive a 10% non-refundable fee.

There is no doubt that the life you know may very well be on the line during your criminal trial. Because of the seriousness of things, you can’t afford to bring in mediocre representation. You need an experienced legal team, who can present your case in a professional manner. The Law Offices of R. Wayne Richter knows just how much is at stake, and attorney Wayne Richter will work tirelessly to defend you. Contact the office, today, and get started with your free initial consultation.

For more information visit http://www.richterlawpa.com

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