Representation For Bond/Bail Hearings
When a large bail has been set for your friend, loved one, child or anyone else you are seeking to help, and you aren’t sure what to do next, our experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys can answer your questions and help calm your fears.
The attorneys at Woody White Law PLLC are familiar with the nuances of the North Carolina and federal court systems, having successfully represented clients at bond/bail hearings for over 26 years. We will take the time to make sure that you and your loved one understand the available options.
Skilled Bond Review And Supervised Release Attorney
North Carolina’s Constitution and statutes provide for bond or release for virtually every crime that is charged, from traffic tickets, assaults and property crimes, to even sex offense allegations. Even in situations where bond has already been set, a defendant is entitled to have the amount of the bond, or conditions of release, revisited at any time. It is not necessary to present new evidence to justify an initial revisitation.
For review of a bond amount or supervised release after conditions of bail have been revisited, new evidence may be required, but since all American citizens enjoy the presumption of innocence, a review may be helped without new evidence in some cases, especially when the first hearing was early in the criminal process. When your loved one has been imprisoned and cannot afford the bail set for release, you can help him or her by contacting a criminal defense attorney who understands North Carolina’s criminal defense system.
At the law firm of Woody White Law PLLC, we offer professional, personalized and, above all, effective representation at bail and bond hearings, offering a strong case for lowering the amount of bail or modifying the conditions of release.
Bond Review For Your Case ∙ Experience ∙ Dedication ∙ Results
To obtain a free consultation to discuss questions about your bond/bail hearing, contact us at our Wilmington or Burgaw bond hearings lawyer Woody White, a board-certified specialist in state criminal law, at our Wilmington office.