Bail Bonds for Violating a Restraining Order

Robert Sepulveda Bail Bonds of Fresno, California is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to bring to our customers bail bond services. Whether you are in need of posting bail, or a loved one is need of your assistance, Robert Sepulveda Bail Bonds can help. Our staff is experienced, resourceful, and skillful with handling everything that is involved with posting bail. Our commitment to courteous and friendly customer service and discretion will help you feel comfortable with us. Any questions you may have can be answered and our bail bondsmen will get you or your loved released from jail quickly and efficiently.

Bail for Violating Restraining Orders

Robert Sepulveda Bail Bonds will post bail for you on charges that involved a violent crime where physical, mental, or emotional abuse was inflicted. A temporary restraining order condition for your release will often be a part of the bail. It is always best to adhere to the stipulations in your bail, but if you or your loved one should violate the restraining order, there are consequences.

Temporary Restraining Order Requirements

A temporary restraining order prevents a person from specific actions and activities. This can relate to an asset of a company or protect a victim from the defendant. A temporary restraining order is usually valid for up to two weeks. The victim can request for an extension, but will have to prove their claim. Following the restraining order’s validation, the defendant is prohibited from contacting the victim in any way, as well as staying a specific amount of distance away at all times and with no exceptions. If the defendant violates the temporary restraining order in any way they will be arrested on additional charges which generally includes; contempt of court, invasion of privacy, intimidation or harassment. Depending on past accounts and the current situation circumstances, the judge can decide to allow the defendant to post bail again, or hold them in jail until their court date.

Bail Amount for Violating a Restraining Order

If the accused violates the protective order, the judge is well within the law to refuse bonding out. If the judge believes the defendant can be bailed out there will be stipulations included in the protective measures associated with the bail bond. The restraining order will be still activated and many times the defendant will have to check in frequently with specifics. A temporary restraining order bail bond may be excessively higher than a general bail bond, all contingent on the facts of the case.

Bail Bonds for Violating a Restraining Order in Selma & Fresno County, Atwater & Merced County, Visalia & Tulare County, Hanford & Kings County, Madera County and the Central Valley of California

In the event someone violates the protective order on the original bail bond the defendant may have an opportunity to be released on bail again following the arrest of the restraining order violation. If there are any questions concerning your bond and the restraining order, or if the original bond was violated and you have questions on the secondary bond, Robert Sepulveda Bail Bonds can answer all your questions. Our experts know the stress of being arrested or having a loved one in jail can bring. Especially when you are new to the courts, it can be very overwhelming. Robert Sepulveda Bail Bonds will help you through this ordeal anyway we can. Call us today if you or a loved one needs to post bail.

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