Can I bail out if I am remanded without bond?

For some cases, a person will be remanded without bond. There are various reasons why this may happen. In Bexar County, for Motions to Adjudicate and Motions to Revoke it is very common for a defendant to be remanded without bond. A person is sometimes also remanded without bond when a previous bail bond company has surrendered the bond. This may have happened because of a contractual dispute between the bail bondman and the individual on bond.

When a person is remanded without bond, in many cases, a bond can still be set. This requires an attorney to make a request from the judge for a bail amount to be set. In the United State, the Constitution provides individuals the right against excessive bail. A person is presumed innocent until proven guilty, and thus entitled to be released on a reasonable bail amount.

Call us quickly if you are remanded without bail and we can assist you in attempting to get a bond set.