Here in America, we have a little phrase, “innocent until proven guilty”, that makes up a large basis for our justice system. Equating a charge with a conviction is something we associate with the middle ages. However, for a person sitting in jail on a criminal charge, that means nothing if they can’t get out. Luckily, the 8th Amendment is there to help with that.
A Charge Doesn’t Equal A Conviction
The right to bail is the teeth behind that phrase “innocent until proven guilty”. A person can’t mount a proper defense behind bars, and being deprived of seeing one’s loved ones definitely counts as criminal punishment. Don’t let this happen to you, take advantage of our rights; let the bondsmen at Bail City Bail Bonds put their experience to use for you.
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