Pretrial Release in North Carolina

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Pretrial Release in North Carolina

If you get arrested, it is possible for you to be released from jail before your trial. Do you know what the conditions are for pretrial release in North Carolina? Big Mike Bail Bonds serves clients across Wake, Johnston, Duplin, Harnett, and Sampson counties, so no matter where you are in North Carolina, we want you to know these conditions. It is the responsibility of the judicial official to select and impose a condition of release from the list below.

  1. The defendant provides a written promise that they will appear in court.
  2. The defendant pays an unsecured appearance bond.
  3. The defendant is placed in custody to be supervised until trial.
  4. The defendant pays a secured appearance bond.
  5. The defendant is placed under house arrest and monitored electronically.

The condition of release may include the defendant providing a DNA sample or their fingerprints. Additionally, the judicial official may set other restrictions on the travel or conduct of the defendant. It is also possible that the prosecutor may request for the judge to impose other restrictions such as avoiding specific people or businesses.

Our experienced bail bondsmen are well versed in the judicial system and can help you understand the process. From Raleigh, to Smithfield, to Clinton, our bail bondsmen are here to provide immediate bail bonds to help you get on with your life. If you need help through the bail bonds process, call us at (919) 934-5656 today!

SOURCE

https://ncpro.sog.unc.edu/manual/112-1

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