Municipal Work Bonds in Detroit, Michigan
What is a Municipal Court?
A municipal court addresses violations of city laws that occur within city limits, including traffic tickets and other lower-level crimes. When you come to a municipal court, the judge will hear the case from the city prosecutor who alleges that a Detroit law was broken.While the prosecutor represents the city, the accused is usually represented by a lawyer. The defendant can always appeal the judgment of a municipal court judge if he or she does so within 14 days of the decision. From there, the case will be reviewed at the district court.
Why Do You Need a Bond?
If an accused person is arrested on city charges, that person can only be released by way of a bond.
He or she can post a cash bond with a guarantee to appear at their court date, but this money will be forfeited to the city if the individual does not appear at the court sitting. If he or she appears, all of their cash bond money will be refunded. The accused can also request to be released on personal bond, which defers the payment to give the person time to pay the fine.Goldfarb Bonding Agency can help you post a surety bond. When you enter into this bond with us, we put up the bond for you and ensure that you appear at your next court date. Because arrests usually occur unexpectedly, our surety bonds are the quickest and simplest option for many families. When you’re in a legal bind, turn to our agency for the help you need.
Call for a Fast Response
If you find out that a loved one is behind bars, don’t leave him or her alone. We’ll work with you quickly and efficiently to free them in no time. Give us a call today to start the process.