Getting Released on Bond

Our Virginia Beach Criminal Lawyer Can Help

In a few moments, your entire life can change. If you have a loved one who is arrested for criminal activity, a normal evening quickly turns into a nightmare. If your loved one was brought to jail or prison, you may be worried about paying their bail or whether it will even be possible to have them released on bond.

When clients contact The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller, they learn there is hope for having loved ones released on bond. Our Virginia Beach criminal defense attorney works with families throughout Virginia Beach and Newport News to get alleged criminals out of jail.

Call (757) 517-2942 today to get the help of our attorney.

The Benefits of Working with a Virginia Defense Lawyer

In many circumstances, it takes a professional to move forward with a bond. Many individuals think they will be able to help their family member on their own. However, it can be difficult for a family member to convince the judge that the alleged criminal is not a flight risk and will not be a threat to the community.

Attorneys are fact finders. It is our job to talk with clients and witnesses to gather relevant information. We present the story to the judge in a compelling manner and try to prove the person will reappear in court and is not a danger to the community.

Let Us Help You

We know it can be terrifying to stay at home while your loved one is locked up, especially if they are someone who has not been in the criminal justice system before. To learn more about the protection our Virginia Beach criminal defense lawyers offer to people released on bond, contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. Our criminal defense lawyer serves clients throughout Southeast Virginia from offices in Norfolk, Chesapeake and Virginia Beach.

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