One of the most important parts of a criminal case is the custody status of the defendant. We understand no one wants to be in jail. Every defendant, as a matter of law, is allowed a bond hearing.  At this hearing, your attorney can argue for a reduction of your bond. Every circumstance is different, but this reduction may include: release on a defendant’s own recognizance or posting a surety bond through the use of a bondsman. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: In some types of crimes, where victims are involved, there is a statutory notice period before a bond hearing can be heard. This can sometimes be circumvented, however every circumstance is different and it is essential to move on this as quickly as possible. 

At Law Office of the Ozarks, we have the skill, extensive experience, and knowledge to handle your bond hearing. Call us now at 417-883-PATE so we can help you or your loved one.