Bail bonds for Domestic Violence charges are very common in Arizona. Domestic Violence charges can range from simple disorderly conduct to endangerment, criminal coercion, kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, trespassing, harassment, preventing the use of a telephone in an emergency, spousal abuse, child abuse and stalking. Once arrested for Domestic Violence charges, the Court or arresting agency will typically place a restraining order between the victim(s) and the Defendant. The Defendant is not permitted to contact the alleged victim(s) by any form of communication (face-to-face, phone, email, text or through a third-party) violating a restraining order will cause the re-arrest of the Defendant with additional charges being filed, including disobeying a lawful order, or disobeying a protective order.
Many of the charges associated with Domestic Violence are felonies and as a result, a bond will not be put upon the Defendant until he/she goes to their Initial Court Appearance (within 24-hours of arrest). Bail bonds for domestic violence charges are commonly set as cash only bonds. Bail bonds for disobeying a court order and/or a protective order are also commonly set as cash only and they are frequently very large.
Cash Only Bail Bonds™ can help with any cash bond associated with domestic violence issues. However, we take a proactive stance with these types of cases. Because there is a great chance of a Defendant violating his conditions of release we require a valid address where the Defendant will stay and reassurance that the Defendant will avoid contact with the victim(s). Any re-arrest of the Defendant, while out on bond, will result in your bond being revoked.
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