Hiring a Bail Bondsman

Hiring a Bail Bondsman

Hiring a Bail Bondsman

Hiring a Bail Bondsman – Should you hire a bail bondsman? This could be a difficult decision. If you are facing a choice between hiring a bail bondsman or hiring a lawyer, let me explain why I think you should hire the lawyer, instead of the bail bondsman, if you can’t afford to hire both.

First of all, an attorney may be able to get your loved one out of jail without any bond at all. Normally, you are entitled to a review of release conditions. A lawyer may be able to get the release conditions changed so there is no bond at all or if that’s not possible, maybe they can get the bond lowered. Getting the client out of jail is the first duty of the attorney in any criminal case. But then what?

You have to be able to deal with the criminal case after. Just getting your loved one out of jail without an attorney could mean your loved one could go right back to jail. By hiring an attorney instead, the attorney can begin working on the case right away. Getting out of jail is only the first step, staying out of jail is the goal. This is why it just makes sense to hire the attorney if you are left with deciding between the attorney or the bail bondsman.

Hiring a Bail Bondsman

I realize there are many law firms competing for the privilege of representing you in your legal matter. I also realize you have a difficult decision in determining which law firm would best serve your interests. Therefore, I have worked hard for the past 23 years to distinguish my law firm from the others; and to build my reputation as an aggressive advocate for my clients who offers honest and well-reasoned legal advice. While you browse our website, you will quickly get a feel for what we call our “Commitment to Excellence.” The entire legal team at Marc J. Victor P.C. is committed to excellence; it’s what I demand from anyone who works for my firm. We promise to represent you in your case the same way we would want to be represented ourselves.

Hiring a Bail Bondsman