Why Would Bail Be Denied in My Case?

Posted October 18th, 2016 by .

Categories: Bail, Bail Bonds.


Not everyone gets bail. Sometimes, you could be denied bail. But why?

First, you need to remember there are certain factors that the judge takes into account when deciding bail for your case. Some of the most common factors include:

If for some reason, the judge believes you’re not eligible for bail, is there a way that you can petition the court for a new bail hearing? The answer is yes. Just like if you want to get your bail reduced, you can appeal the judge’s ruling and ask for a new hearing.

But let’s say you did get bail and for some reason it was revoked. What does this mean? Getting your bail revoked means that you did one of the following:

If bail is revoked, this means you go back to jail, a decision that cannot be appealed.

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