Have you been arrested? Read about these Maryland criminal defense tips and contact our Criminal Defense Lawyers at Alpert Schreyer today.
Bailing Someone Out of Jail
If your loved one has been detained, they’re are going to have to have a bond hearing in the state of Maryland. You should contact an attorney as soon as possible. An attorney knows what to argue at a bond hearing so that your loved one can get out, perhaps without even having to pay any money, and additionally uncertain conditions which would guarantee their appearance and allow them to be represented and continue on with their life while their case is going on. Call our office for a free consultation, and we’d be more than happy to help you with the bond hearing.
Will You Go to Jail After Facing Criminal Charges?
If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, you may be wondering whether or not you need to go to jail as a result of that. Unfortunately, there’s no way to tell you whether you’re will going to jail or not. All criminal offenses carry some jail time attached to them. However, by seeking out an attorney, by hiring that attorney, and by getting that attorney working on your case as soon as possible, you lessen the impossibility of going to jail. Feel free to contact us as soon as possible in order to discuss your case. We offer a free consultation. We can get to work on your case as soon as possible and to reduce the possibility of you going to jail.
How Long Does a Criminal Case Take?
You may be wondering how long your criminal case is going to take to resolve. The answer is it depends on what you’ve been charged with. Misdemeanor cases take about three to six months to resolve in court, and that’s because they get done handled very quickly in the district court. On the other hand, if you’ve been charged with a more serious offense and it goes to the circuit court in the state of Maryland, these cases can take awhile to resolve, sometimes up to two years, depending upon the circumstances. In order to facilitate getting your case done quickly, please call our office. We offer a free consultation. We can help you, and we look forward to speaking with you.