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Different states will have their own laws and regulations. Call one of their licensed, and trained, bail bond agents and they'll be glad to provide all of the information you need.
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Welcome to TheBailSource.com. We are the nation’s most comprehensive bail bond information source. Our website provides information and bail bond company listings for all states that offer commercial bail bonds. Our main goal is to exceed your expectations and for our network of agents to offer you fast, reliable, honest bail bond service.
Our website will provide you with bail bonds information within each state. Every State in the US has their own unique laws as pertains to bail bonds. We do our best to provide you with all of the information you may need to make and informed decision Of course, if you have questions about bail bonds, you may find it easier to call one of the bail agents listed and speak with one of their many licensed bondsman. Below are a few questions that our bail bonding company is asked often:
What is a bail bond?
A bail bond by definition is "A written promise signed by a defendant or a surety (one who promises to act in place of another) to pay an amount fixed by a court should the defendant named in the document fail to appear in court for the designated criminal proceeding at the date and time specified". In other words, you are buying a guarantee. By purchasing a bail bond through a bail bond agency, you are guaranteeing that defendants appearance in court. Many times, bail bonds carry a premium of 10% (depending on the state). So for instance, if someone had a bail bond of $5000.00, the premium on that bond would be $500.00 and that is all you would have to pay to secure the defendants release. On the event the defendant does not appear in court, you (the indemnitor) would be responsible for the full amount of the bond.
What types of bail bonds do you write?
Our listed agents can write any type of bail bond including State or County Bail Bonds, Immigration Bonds, and Federal Bonds. The most common type of bail bond are your state bail bonds.
Will I need collateral?
Many times collateral is not needed. However, there are a few circumstances when collateral may be needed.
To decide whether or not collateral is needed, call one of our bail bond agents listed in your area office. Each case is unique and your agent will be able to tell you if collateral is needed in your case.
How do I begin the bail bond process?
This is the easy question. Call a bail bond office lsited on TheBailSource.com and speak with one of their bail bond agents. They will discuss your case and quickly get the process started. They will need to get some information from you which can be delivered via fax or email.
Offenses that we may post bail bonds for:
White Collar Crimes
We are experienced in handling bail bonds for white collar crimes in all 50 states in the United States. A white collar crime typically involves insider trading, fraud, bribery, embezzlement, computer crime, money laundering and many other types. White collar crimes typically do not involve any violent intent or use of a gun to commit a crime.
Accounting fraud involves abuse and deliberate manipulation of recording revenues as well as expenses to achieve a higher profit for an individual or company. If you are in trouble for this type of crime our bail bond agency can help you get out of jail.
Bank fraud is the intentional use of illicit or fraudulent means to acquire or use property, assets, and money held by a bank or other financial institution.
Bankruptcy fraud is when an individual willfully conceals assets during a bankruptcy declaration, or when an individual places his or her assets in the name of another individual without their knowing it and then declared bankruptcy (petition mills), or when an individual commits multiple filings in multiple states in order to conceal assets from creditors. Bankrupcty fraud is also when an individual uses assumed social security numbers to purchase or retain properties while filing bankruptcy in his own name.
Computer hacking is when an individual uses a series of packets or coding to reprogram a system in such a way that is not desired by the individual who is the owner of the system. This term is most often used to describe those who use these packets to open ports within another’s computer without their knowledge.
Counterfeiting is the willful act to recreate an item, most often currency, without the express consent of the “owner”. When used to describe the counterfeiting of currency, this term implies intent on the part of the counterfeiter to use the product as currency. Only the US Department of the Treasury may make currency.
Credit Card Fraud
Credit card fraud is the act of procuring a revolving credit account with false credentials. An adjunct to identity theft, credit card fraud is the intentional use of a card to obtain money or items under an assumed identity.
Employee theft is when an individual steals from his place of business, either by deliberately removing cash or product, or by “free” giveaways to family, friends, or other customers.
Environmental crimes are those crimes that are in violation of environmental regulations established by the EPA, OSHA, NOA, or state environmental agencies. An example of an environmental crime could be polluting.
Forgery and counterfeiting are both crimes wherein an individual creates, adapts, or falsifies an item or document with the sole intent to deceive another party or parties. In the legal sense, this is usually accompanied by charges responding to the “loss” that accompanied the forgery.
Fraud is the willful action taken to deceive an individual, corporation, or government for the purpose of gain, usually of the financial persuasion. Impersonating another individual is a form of fraud, as is faking credentials.
Health Care Fraud
Health care fraud is the deliberate and willful act of selling patient’s information and digital medical records for financial gain, as well as, impersonating a doctor or health care official in order to prescribe medicines that can be sold on the black market.
Identify theft is when an individual falsifies some credential in order to be perceived as another individual for financial or nefarious gain. Identify theft is most commonly used to make financial transactions at the expense of others, but has also been used by individuals with the intent to commit a crime of terror.
Import-Export crimes are those crimes involving direct trade with the willful intent to: import or export items without going through proper customs channels, to knowingly bring in or export out items that are considered banned or illegal, or to attempt to defraud or a avoid taxes by declaring an item to be less than the standard market value.
Internet fraud is when an individual or entity knowingly portrays itself to be something other than it is in an attempt to defraud, raise money, or deceive in a manner that is detrimental to another party, such as in the case of individuals pretending to be older or younger than their Internet “persona” so that they may engage in statutory relations.
Investment fraud is when an individual or entity knowingly deceives potential investors about a product, service, or commodity in order to procure funds for an investment, real or otherwise, OR when an individual shares information illegally with a party or parties so that they might unfairly gain over other potential investors.
Laboratory fraud is when an individual or entity: 1) willfully violates environmental, health and safety, or other regulatory laws within a laboratory environment, 2) willfully alters data collected in an laboratory environment with the intent to deceive, or 3) willfully neglects to informed concerned parties of a hazard to their health or environment.
Mail fraud is committed every time an individual or entity: falsifies information, solicits illegally information through a letter or form that has been mailed using the US Postal Service. Mail fraud is also when an individual or entity pretends to be another individual or entity in a letter or form that has been mailed using the US Postal Service. Standard mail fraud can also be the act of taking and opening mail meant for another party.
Medicaid fraud is when an individual has knowingly falsified information in order to procure Medicaid, when an individual’s financial circumstances have changed and they continue to use Medicaid, or when an individual impersonates another individual in order to use Medicaid. It can also be when an individual uses the Medicaid information of an individual or individuals.
Medicare fraud is when an individual has knowingly falsified information in order to procure Medicare, when an individual’s financial circumstances have changed and they continue to use Medicare, or when an individual impersonates another individual in order to use Medicare. It can also be when an individual uses the Medicare information of an individual or individuals.
Money laundering is the common term used to describe when an individual, organization, or entity uses financial transactions of or with another business or individual to conceal the source, identity, or location of illicit or illegally gained monies.
Mortgage fraud is a broad term that encompasses a wide variety of illegal activity surrounding the obtaining of, selling of, or involving mortgages. It covers everything from misrepresenting items on a mortgage loan in order to obtain a larger amount or lower interest rates or when a mortgage company misrepresents the facts in order to convince an individual to take out a loan larger than he or she would have done otherwise or at interest rates higher or lower than he or she would have done otherwise.
Official misconduct is when a government official, Federal or State, uses their position to solicit action from an individual or individuals outside the boundaries of their duties. It is also when an official acts outside the boundaries of their regulations and statutes, or when an official is on duty and engages in off duty behavior (such as drinking on the job).
Organized fraud is when one or more parties engage in collusive behavior in an attempt to deceive an individual, individuals, organization, or corporate entity for their own gain or benefit. It can involve, identity theft, the misuse of information, or coercion in such as manner as to produce an action outside the boundaries of what an individual(s), organization, or entity would otherwise perform.
Perjury is the willful intent to deceive in a court of law. Perjury can be when an individual willfully refuses to commit to the same testimony given in a pre-trial statement during the actual trial, or when an individual knowingly testifies to something he or she believes to be untrue while under oath.
Prescription fraud is when an individual knowingly either prescribes a medicine that is unneeded by a patient or when an individual uses the prescription of another patient with or without their express consent. Examples of prescription fraud would be a doctor prescribing an opiate to an individual for any reason other than pain management, or if an individual uses the prescription drug of another person without being under the care of a physician.
Procurement fraud is when an individual falsifies information about himself or a product in order to gain financially, this could be over-charging for a product or service, cost or labor mischarging, or willfully using defective parts in order to cut costs. This type of fraud is generally used to describe those actions taken by contractors to defraud the government by cutting costs in ways that were not outlined in the proposal or statement of work.
Public corruption is when an elected official, appointed official, or hired official misuses the power of their office in such a way as to defraud or otherwise harm the constituents of a particular region or district. An example of public corruption would be a mayor taking money from a private contractor in order to approve or greenlight a building project that might not otherwise have been approved.
RICO stands for “Rackettier Influenced Corrupt Organization”. Traditionally used to describe the behavior of organized crime families, it is now widely used to describe any action of criminal conspiracy (or a knowing, conspired fraud, financial deception, or illegal action committed by more than one criminal party in unison).
Securities fraud is a practice that entices investors to invest in a particular stock or commodity based upon fraudulent statements, information, or documentation. Securities fraud also encompasses: front running, insider trading, lying to corporate auditors, embezzlement, or stock manipulation.
Tax fraud is the intent to knowingly defraud the US Federal Government or state and local governments in such a manner as to avoid paying taxes, paying a lower tax rate, paying fewer taxes than an individual would be otherwise compelled to pay by law.
An attempt by an individual, organization, or entity to knowingly defraud the government. Examples would be: falsifying information for the purpose of winning a contract, working with an individual within the government in order to win a contract, winning a contract by false means, modifying a contract without the express approval by government parties.
The willful misconduct through telephony to deceive, coerce, or otherwise harm an individual, company, or organization through the solicitation of funds for false purposes. Telemarketing fraud is also a violation of “hours” of calling that have been designated by the FCC, for example, calling at 7:00 am to solicit funds.
Theft is defined as the taking of money or property that is not yours or where you do not have freely given consent and that property has a value over $400. Theft can be an item, amount of money, or even a violation of labor laws that amounts to over $400 but less than the statutory amount of a given locale (usually $2000)
Petit theft is defined as the taking of money or property that is not yours or where you do not have freely given consent and that property has a value less than $400. Theft can be an item, amount of money, or even a violation of labor laws that amounts to less than $200.
Grand theft is defined as the taking of money or property that is not yours or where you do not have freely given consent and that property has a value over the statutory laws of your state or locale defined as “theft”. Theft can be an item, amount of money, or even a violation of labor laws that amounts to over the statutory amount of a given locale (usually $2000).
Wire Fraud is the willful action of sending, receiving, or committing a crime of false information, money transmission, or terror over telephony. Examples would be an individual pretending to be another individual in order to receive funds, or that of an agent of terror transferring funds for the purpose of committing a crime against the people or government.
Witness Tampering is the crime of coercion involving an individual or party that has volunteered to present testimony in a court of law. This includes threats to the victim or family, or a payment or promise of payment made to said individuals to compel them to falsify testimony or rescind testimony.
Appeals are the legal documents filed against a court motion, decision, or sentencing in order to stay the motion or verdict until such time as an individual may respond to the case with evidence barred from presentation, evidence of fraud, statute, or procedural challenge. An appeal is a formal request to amend an official decision of the court.
Post-conviction Appeals (Federal and State)
Post-conviction appeals are the legal documents filed against a court motion, decision, or sentencing in order to stay the motion or verdict until such time as an individual may respond to the case with evidence barred from presentation, evidence of fraud, statute, or procedural challenge. Post-conviction appeals are a formal request to amend an official decision of the court.
Changes of Plea
“Changes of plea” is when an individual changes their initial plea to the court. An example would be a plea of not guilty, and a change to “guilty” should the prosecution agree to settle the court case. The party when in discussion may also change a guilty plea with a judge.
Motions for a New Trial
Motions for a New Trail are when there is some sign of partiality, procedural violations, or other action that might preclude the “fair trial” Constitutional right of the defendant. The defense attorney, in most cases, files new trial motions but they are sometimes filed in conjunction with a judge or prosecuting attorney as with the case of jury or witness tampering.
Plea withdrawals are when an individual changes their initial plea to the court. An example would be a plea of not guilty, and a change to “guilty” should the prosecution agree to settle the court case. The party when in discussion may also change a guilty plea with a judge.
Post conviction motions are all motions filed by the Defendant post conviction, this can include an appeals, motion for delayed sentencing, motion for bail, or retrial by the trial courts (versus appellate courts).
Sentence appeals occur when legal representatives file against a sentence handed down by the courts, usually because the penalties are above and beyond what the state’s governance or recommendations would allow.
Sentence modifications are when a judge (either the trial judge, appellate judge, or acting judge) modifies a post-trial sentence. This can also occur through a magistrate or other government official. For example, should the sentence be “thirty days in county jail”, but the county jail does not have space or facilities the Sheriff’s department may act to modify the sentence.
Sentence reversals are when a judge (either the trial judge, appellate judge, or acting judge) modifies a post-trial sentence. This can also occur through a magistrate or other government official. For example, should the sentence be “thirty days in county jail”, but the county jail does not have space or facilities the Sheriff’s department may act to modify the sentence by releasing the prisoner.
Sex crimes is a blanket legal phrase that covers all crimes involving sex, be it prostitution, assault, rape, statutory rape, public nudity, public exposure, solicitation for sex, selling of sexual materials outside Federal regulations, etc.
Child abuse is a blanket charge to describe all injury done or attempted against a minor person. Child abuse can be physical, mental, neglect, sexual, or abandonment.
Child enticement is the deliberate and willful attempt to solicit the attention of a minor by an adult for any purpose. Child enticement is also coupled with child molestation and child abuse charges.
Child molestation is when an adult individual or individuals have any form of sexual conduct with a minor child, either with or without their express consent.
Child neglect is when a parent or guardian does not provide adequate resources for a minor child, be they shelter, food, education, or environmental. This charge can also apply to anyone with the care of children, be it a day care or educational facility.
Child pornography is the photographing, video taping, or filming of a minor or minor child that is naked or involved in a sexual act either with or without their consent.
Prostitution is the act of having sex or performing sexual acts in exchange for money. In certain states this is amended to, the act of having sex or performing sexual acts without the licensure of the state of solicitation.
Child procurement is the illegal act of taking a child away from their biological parents without the oversight of state officials or without the parent’s consent.
Date rape is not a legal term, but a term used to describe the rape of an individual by a known individual or individuals.
Exploitation is the knowing violation of an individual without their consent. Examples of exploitation would be to photograph an individual without their consent and then profit from the photo, or to solicit labor from an individual without fair compensation.
Depraved indifference is when a defendant or criminal has been found to be so lacking in concern for the welfare of another human being or for human life in general that their actions can be considered to be “depraved indifference”.
Failure to Register As a Sexual Offender
Failure to register as a sexual offender is when an individual who is a registered sex offender fails to commit themselves into the sexual registry of a new district that he or she has moved to with the willful intent to deceive the public as to their status as a sex offender.
The willful misconduct through telephony to deceive, coerce, or otherwise harm an individual, company, or organization through the solicitation of funds for false purposes. Telemarketing fraud is also a violation of “hours” of calling that have been designated by the FCC, for example, calling at 7:00 am to solicit funds. Ex, can also be “telemarketing fraud” or “wire fraud”.
Indecent exposure is the public nudity of an individual that is committed to directly harass an individual or the public; a willful decision to disrobe.
Lewd conduct is conduct that is considered to be outside the boundaries of respectable society and done with the intention to provoke, such as public disrobing or loud public profanity.
Lewd & Lascivious
Lewd and lascivious behavior is conduct that is considered to be outside the boundaries of respectable society and done with the intention to provoke, such as public disrobing or loud public profanity. It is of a more extreme nature than “lewd conduct”.
Pandering is another name of public begging or pleading for money or property by another individual and causes a public disturbance or annoyance.
Sexual assault is the physical harm done to one individual by another with the intention of forced sexual gain. This could be fondling or even rape depending upon the circumstances of the crime.
Sexual battery is the physical violence done to one individual by another in order to procure the undesired sexual favors of one party involved.
Sexual imposition is when one individual attempts to solicit unwanted sexual interaction with another individual beyond a reasonable communication.
Sodomy is the legal term used to describe “unnatural sex”, IE, oral or anal sex. While this term can be used within antiquated statues to describe even consensual sex, most often this is prosecuted when it is “unwillful” sex of an “unnatural” kind.
Solicitation is the willful and knowing act of one individual to another in the attempt to engage another in illegal activity of some kind.
Aiding and abetting is when an individual knowingly assists another individual or organization in the commission of a crime, either by action or silence.
Arms trafficking is the sale of any firearm outside the regulatory practices of a jurisdiction, most often used to describe the bulk sales of weapons or munitions to other persons of other countries.
Conspiracy is the willful collusion of one or more persons in the attempts to defraud or commit a crime. Conspiracy charges can also be brought against individuals who knowingly remained silent while a crime was being committed.
Munchausen by Proxy
Munchausen by proxy is when a parent or guardian fakes an illness for their minor child in a way detrimental to the child’s mental health. An example would be a mother putting her child through unnecessary medical testing.
Obstruction of Justice
Obstruction of justice is when an individual knowingly either remains silent or willfully conceals or misdirects law enforcement officials during a criminal investigation.
Resisting arrest is when a party attempts to run away from or violently resist their apprehension by law enforcement.
Stalking is a blanket charge to describe the unwanted attention by one individual towards another that frightens or unduly aggravates them.
Aggravated stalking is the unwanted attention by an individual to another in an attempt to intimidate; it can also involve breaking and entering.
Violation of Injunction
A violation of injunction is when and individual attempts to violate a court order that prevents an individual from an action, such as an injunction forbidding them from being within 500 yards of another individual.
Alien smuggling is the knowing transport of persons from another country without going through appropriate customs or immigration channels.
Possession of Firearm
Possession of a firearm is the possession of a firearm or weapon that has been deemed illegal or the possession of a weapon during the committing of a crime.
Carrying a Concealed Weapon (CCW)
Carrying a concealed weapon is when an individual is holding a weapon out of the view of the public in an arena where the weapon would be inappropriate or unexpected.
Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon (PFCF)
Possession of a firearm is the possession of a firearm or weapon that by a convicted felon who has transferred their second amendment rights to bear arms by criminal default.
Drug crimes are those crimes involving the possession or distribution of drugs outside regulatory control.
Cultivation of marijuana is the willful growing and nurturing of a controlled substance (marijuana) outside the regulatory, statutory, or tax practices of your state, IE without a license.
Distribution of cocaine is the distribution of the controlled substance (cocaine) in direct and willful violation of state and federal law governing its prohibition.
Distribution of heroin is the distribution of the controlled substance (heroin) in direct and willful violation of state and federal law governing its prohibition.
Distribution of marijuana is the distribution of the controlled substance (marijuana) in direct and willful violation of state and federal law governing its prohibition.
Distribution of ecstasy is the distribution of the controlled substance (ecstasy) in direct and willful violation of state and federal law governing its prohibition.
Importation of cocaine is the importation of the controlled substance (cocaine) in direct and willful violation of state and federal law governing its prohibition.
Importation of ecstasy is the importation of the controlled substance (ectasy) in direct and willful violation of state and federal law governing its prohibition.
Importation of heroin is the importation of the controlled substance (heroin) in direct and willful violation of state and federal law governing its prohibition.
Manufacturing of marijuana is the willful growing and nurturing of a controlled substance (marijuana) outside the regulatory, statutory, or tax practices of your state, IE without a license.
Possession for Sale
Possession for sale is the possession of an illegal item with the intent to sell or distribute the item outside the bounds of regulatory bodies.
Trafficking is the illegal movement of items across borders, or the movement of illegal items across borders in direct violation of international and national law.
Arms trafficking is the illegal movement of weapons across borders, or the movement of illegal items across borders in direct violation of international and national law.
Drug trafficking is the illegal movement of controlled substances across borders, or the movement of illegal items across borders in direct violation of international and national law.
Transportation is a charge used to legally indict someone for the movement of an illegal item from one location to the next or for the illegal movement of a legal item (child) from one location to the next
Possession of Cocaine
The knowing possession of the federally controlled substance, cocaine without a license or express provision for movement, IE. Federal transport of seized substances.
Possession of Heroine
The knowing possession of the federally controlled substance, heroin without a license or express provision for movement, IE. Federal transport of seized substances.
Possession of Marijuana
The knowing possession of the federally controlled substance, marijuana without a license or express provision for movement, IE. Federal transport of seized substances.
Armed Criminal Actions
Armed criminal actions is any illegal action committed wherein the party was carrying a firearm or munition with the intent to threaten or coerce so as to carry out a crime or perpetration.
Armed robbery is when an individual commits robbery while in possession of a loaded firearm, wherein the firearm was used to harm or intimidate in the course of the robbery.
Arson is the deliberate act of setting fire to, or enflaming a person or property for the gain or pleasure of another individual.
Assault is physical harm inflicted on a person or persons by another individual. This is usually in conjunction with another crime (assault and battery, assault with a weapon, sexual assault)
Carrying a Concealed Firearm
Carrying a concealed firearm is when an individual is holding a firearm out of the view of the public in an arena where the weapon would be inappropriate or unexpected.
Aggravated assault is the extreme physical harm inflicted on a person or persons by another individual with willful intent. This is usually in conjunction with another crime (assault and battery, assault with a weapon, sexual assault)
Aggravated battery is the criminal offense that involves the unwanted physical contact with another individual that may or may not be violent in intent, IE extreme profanity.
Battery on Elderly
Battery on the elderly is the criminal offense that involves the unwanted physical contact with an elderly individual that may or may not be violent
Battery on Law Enforcement Officer
Battery on Law Enforcement Officer is the criminal offense that involves the unwanted physical contact with another individual that may or may not be violent in intent, IE extreme profanity at a law enforcement official
Battery on Pregnant Female
Battery on a pregnant female is is the criminal offense that involves the unwanted physical contact with another individual that may or may not be violent in intent, IE extreme profanity toward the female with the intention of doing her emotional arm
Armed burglary is when an individual has committed a theft of an establishment and was discovered later to have been carrying a weapon.
Burglary to a Dwelling
Burglary to a dwelling is the breaking and entering of a dwelling with the intention of committing theft, successful or otherwise, of an item within or on the building.
Burglary to a Conveyance
Burglary to a dwelling is the breaking and entering of a conveyance with the intention of committing theft, successful or otherwise, of an item within or on the conveyance.
Armed carjacking is the theft of an automobile at gunpoint, wherein the owner of the automobile is made to exit and turn over the automobile to the aggravator.
Car burglary is the breaking and entering of a vehicle for the purpose of stealing contents within the vehicle or on the vehicle, ie stereo or tires.
Car theft is the theft of a motor vehicle less than $30,000.
Car jacking is the violent theft of a vehicle wherein the individual is forced to surrender ownership of the vehicle to the perpetrator of the crime.
Child abuse it the willful and deliberate hard done, either physically or mentally, to a minor child.
Criminal mischief is the willful act to damage, deface, or destroy property. Examples of criminal mischief would be spraypainting a building, car, or overpass. It is non-violent in nature with minimal damage to property.
Depraved indifference is when a defendant or criminal has been found to be so lacking in concern for the welfare of another human being or for human life in general that their actions can be considered to be “depraved indifference”.
Domestic violence is categorized as any violence or threats of violence perpetrated against another domestic inhabitant, IE spouse, significant other, roommate.
Habitual offenders are any individuals or parties that are convicted of the same crime multiple times or convicted of different crimes with regularity, in other words, crime could be considered their habit.
Habitual Traffic Offender
Habitual traffic offenders are any individuals or parties that are convicted of the same crime multiple times or convicted of different crimes with regularity, be it parking or excessive speeding.
Hate crimes are defined as those crimes or threats perpetrated against a Federally defined minority group, such as gays, lesbians, or African Americans.
House burglary is the theft of items within a domestic dwelling. This may involve breaking and entering or not, depending upon the circumstances, for example, if someone forgets to lock their door and someone enters and steals items it is house burglary.
Kidnapping is the illegal abduction of an individual without consent. The kidnapping of an adult would be the forcible transportation of another adult without their express consent. The kidnapping of a child could include the non-custodial parent removing the child without the consent of the custodial parent or the courts.
Armed kidnapping is the illegal abduction of an individual without consent and wherein weapons were involved and intimidation was incurred to the party being abducted.
Manslaughter is when an individual commits to a course of action that results in the death of another human being. It could be involuntary or voluntary depending upon the situation.
Mayhem is the action taken by one individual against another individual wherein physical harm or disabling harm occurred to the victim of the mayhem. It can also be the incitement of group hysteria or riot wherein individuals are physically harm or property is damaged.
Attempted murder is the act of an individual willfully trying to do mortal harm to another person without success. This has also been the charged filed in habitual drunk driving arrests wherein there was gross bodily injury to another party by an individual with prior history of DUI arrest.
Robbery is the forcible theft of property by one party against another party. It is different than burglary in that it is an individual who is being robbed over a location. In the case of bank robbery, the robbery is the forcible extraction of funds transmitted from cashier to robber.
Armed robbery is the forcible theft of property by one party against another party while holding a weapon. It is different than burglary in that it is an individual who is being robbed over a location. In the case of bank robbery, the robbery is the forcible extraction of funds transmitted from cashier to robber.
Terrorism charges are a group of charges that can be brought to bear against an individual or group for the participation in an act of terror, either through financing or willful action. These charges are Federal and would be addressed only through Federal courts.
Terrorist threats are threats wherein the sanctity of the peace is threatened, or loss of life by another individual or party with the purpose of disrupting social, financial, and social discourse. The threat does not have to be carried out, only threatened. An example would be someone calling in a bomb threat.
Traffic crimes are all those crimes committed while a motor vehicle is in operation. This could be anything from speeding to parking violations. Traffic crimes that do not result in the death of another individual are always misdemeanors.
Driving with License Suspended (DWLS)
Driving with a suspended license is a misdemeanor crime perpetrated by an individual who has had their license either suspended by the courts or the division of motor vehicles and continues to disregard the suspension by continuing to drive.
Habitual Traffic Offender
Habitual traffic offender is an individual who has accumulated points against their driving record for moving violations that are incurred while operating a motor vehicle.
Hit and Run
Hit and Run are traffic accidents involving an injured party (pedestrian or otherwise) wherein the perpetrator does not wait for the police to arrive but continues to drive away from the scene of an accident. Courts will determine whether this was willful or an accident, the outcome of which will determine the severity of the crime.
Leaving the Scene of Accident (LSA)
Leaving the scene of an accident is when an individual is either a perpetrator of a crime or a vital witness to the case or has the life-saving abilities and leaves an accident scene prior to the arrival of police or rescue personnel.
Reckless driving is a traffic violation that takes on different connotations from state to state. It could be excessive speed only, or driving in such a manner as to cause harm, such as swerving.
Driving While Intoxicated
Driving while intoxicated is when a driver is operating machinery or a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Driving under the influence, a similar crime, could be given to someone who is driving under the influence of a drug.
Drunk driving is another name for driving while intoxicated. It is when an individual has been caught driving while intoxicated by alcohol.
DUI Homicide is a charge given to a habitual DUI offender who has killed someone while under the influence of alcohol and driving a motor vehicle or other large tonnage machinery.
DUI Manslaughter is a charge given to an individual who has just killed someone with their vehicle of heavy machinery. This is usually given when someone’s record is clean of other offenses.
Vehicular homicide is when an individual is killed by a motor vehicle wherein the conditions were such that the courts decided that the driver had intentionally brought about their death.
Vehicular manslaughter is when an individual is killed by a motor vehicle wherein the conditions were such that the courts decided that the individual did not intend to kill the victim.
Truancy is when an individual (minor) elects not to attend school under the dictates of their state boards of education. It is excessive unapproved absences from a state sponsored educational program.
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Well, it look like commercial bail will be allowed back in Wisconsin. ...
Everyone?s familiar with the idea of bail and how it works, but there...