Bond Hearings / Arthur Hearings IN MIAMI, BROWARD, AND HIALEAH
Miami Bond hearing and Pretrial releaseUnder Florida State Law, when a person goes to jail, they have to go within 24/48 hours of arrest before the Judge who then decides if they may have the opportunity to be released before trial, the conditions for pretrial release are:
NON BONDABLE OFFENSESHowever, if a person is charged with a capital offense or an offense punishable by life imprisonment (Non-Bondable Offenses) such as:
Among other capital felonies considered to be the most severe kinds of crime under Florida Criminal Law, they may remain detained.
ARTHUR HEARINGS:In case you or your loved one is being accused of committing a non-bondable offense you need to seek a criminal defense attorney immediately to file a motion for an Arthur Hearing, the State must prove the case is “proof evident, presumption is great” which is beyond the “proof beyond reasonable doubt”, and that the person accused is a “danger to the community” in other words the case must be so strong that there’s no need to grant a bond because when the trial happens they will find the accused guilty and be put back to jail. with an Arthur Hearing a person accused of a non-bondable crime can be given a bond so the accused person is free until the pending trial takes place which is a very important aspect to prepare for the trial. It is very important to have an experienced lawyer to fight for your rights and for those of your family members and loved ones so you have the opportunity to have a fair trial and not to remain in jail while the charges are still pending.
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