Nothing is more painful than losing one’s freedom. Incarceration can cause several problems other than stress. If you have been arrested and are awaiting trial, you need to be released so you can return to your job and manage your day-to-day affairs. Having your bail reasonably set can make the difference between being in custody and being free while your case proceeds. If you or a loved one is currently in custody then contact our Virginia Beach bail lawyers today.
Defense attorney working to gain reasonable bail for Virginia Beach residents
Securing one’s freedom during a criminal proceeding can make a huge impact in his or her life. In addition to work and family obligations, one is better able to aid in building a defense if they are at liberty. Your attorney can better defend you against criminal charges if you are able to meet with him to view the scene of the alleged incident and to engage in other tasks related to your case. Gaining a reasonable bail will make a difference in many ways.
Our Virginia Beach criminal defense lawyers have extensive experience in gaining reasonable bail for the accused. When establishing bail the Court will consider factors such as ties to the community. The stronger the ties someone has to the community then the more reasonable the bail amount will be. Showing that you have a residence, a support system, and employment in the community are some of the key factors that the Court will look at. We will schedule a bail hearing on your behalf so that you can gain your freedom as quickly as possible. Contact us today.
Virginia bail lawyers keeping in contact with their clients
We understand that your freedom is something which can’t afford to wait. Our Virginia criminal defense lawyers are available by telephone seven days a week and make themselves available to clients. Your bail request will be prepared by your attorneys and not paralegals or staff members. Contact us online or by telephone to begin the steps towards gaining bail. We also service Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Newport News, Hampton, Williamsburg, and Yorktown, as well as in the surrounding counties of Northampton, Isle of Wight, York, and James City.