Do I Need a Lawyer for the Bond Hearing?

This is an extremely important hearing where a prosecutor will appear and will not be advocating for the release of the accused, but rather, the opposite. The accused here needs a good lawyer who is prepared to do the best one can to convince the judge that the accused standing before the judge is not a flight risk nor a danger to the community.

William Wolf has represented countless people over the years at bond hearings and is well versed with how presentations at the hearing intermix with the ultimate trial strategy to maximize the chances of success for the client. An experienced lawyer who knows what to say, and what not to say, is critical at this early stage of the proceedings. William Wolf has that experience.

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