How Do Bail Bonds Work? Criminal Law Expert Answers Legal Questions
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Do you know what a bail bond is? Our video explains.

What is a Bail Bond? A bail bond is a money guarantee that a person released from jail will be present in court at the appointed time If the person is not present in court at the time, he or she is said to have "jumped bail," and the monetary value of the bond is forfeited (or given up) to the court.

Our Torrance criminal defense lawyers have a combined experience of over half a century defending individuals at bail review hearings. Our founding partners, Bruce McGregor and Robert Ernenwein, are former Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys (prosecutors). Robert Ernenwein, one of our Co-founders, is Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. Bruce McGregor is AV-Rated in criminal defense. Los Angeles Magazine has classified Mr. McGregor and Mr. Ernenwein as "Super Lawyers". Robert Ernenwein has appeared as a legal analyst on cable news shows.

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