Bail Bond Forfeiture
Has the court accused you of failing to appear in a criminal case and forfeiting your bond? Are you unsure what the implications of this are? The criminal defense attorneys of Travis Noble, P.C., are here to help you take on possible bail bond forfeiture.
How Bail Violations Work In Missouri
After a person is arrested and taken to jail in St. Louis, there usually will be a level of bond the person must post to be released pending trial. One of the terms of bail is that the defendant must make all necessary court appearances. If the defendant misses a hearing, the judge may declare that the defendant has forfeited their bond.
That means the court will keep the money the defendant paid for bail. The judge could also add charges beyond what the defendant was originally charged with.
Experienced Attorneys In Your Corner
Attorney Travis L. Noble and the rest of our experienced team of attorneys understand the bail bond system and how it can compound matters for you if you are accused of jumping bail. We will help you set your mind at ease by answering all your questions and doing everything possible to avoid losing your bail. We provide this service on top of our high-quality and aggressive defense against underlying charges against you.
Don’t let a misunderstanding or mistake cost you thousands of dollars and your freedom. Contact a lawyer at Travis Noble, P.C., immediately. Our lawyers put maximum effort into every case because we believe strongly that everyone is entitled to the best possible legal defense.
Contact Our St. Louis Criminal Defense Team
Call 314-450-7849 or toll free at 314-450-7849 to reach Travis Noble, P.C., and schedule a free initial appointment with one of our experienced attorneys. You can also use our online intake form.