Are you wondering if you will need to return to court if you were bailed out? Watch this video to learn about the consequences of bail jumping in New Jersey.
Do I have to return to court after I am bailed out of jail?
In the state of New Jersey, if you’re released on bail, there might be several conditions upon your release. You might have to report to someone on a weekly basis, you might have to wear an ankle bracelet, and there might be a call you have to make each day or every week. Most importantly, you will have to return to court each and every time, on time, because there’s only one way to resolve your case and that’s for you to participate in it with your attorney, so that your attorney can participate with the prosecutor and with the judge on your behalf. You must go back to court if you’re released on bail.
Were you or a loved one arrested or accused of a crime and have questions about bail jumping? Contact New Jersey criminal lawyer Carl Spector today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.
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