If you have been arrested for a federal offense you are entitled to a detention hearing! You may be eligible for release while the case is being resolved.
What Is a Federal Detention Hearing (Bail-Bond)
At a detention hearing, the Government must establish that no condition or combination of conditions of release will reasonably assure that the defendant will appear in court or that the defendant is a danger to the community. Under the Bail Reform Act, 18 U.S.C., Section 3141, a person awaiting trial on a federal offense may either be released on personal recognizance or bond, conditionally released or detained. See 18 U.S.C., Section 3142(a). Bail is basic to our system of law. Doubts, whether it should be granted or denied, should always be resolved in favor of the defendant.
Why Contact a Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer?
The law and rules are highly complex. It is important to act quickly and secure legal representation. An experienced federal defense attorney will increase your chances of getting the relief you deserve at a detention hearing. A skilled federal defense attorney will be able to guide you through the complicated aspects of a detention hearing and get the best possible outcome as soon as possible. If you have been charged with a federal crime, you may be facing a long prison sentence and significant fines. Not every attorney has the qualifications and experience to handle a federal detention hearing. You need a qualified and experienced federal defense lawyer to fight for your release from jail while awaiting trial.
Do You or Someone You Know Need Help With a Detention Hearing?
If you or someone you know has been arrested by the feds, you are probably overwhelmed and confused as to what to do next. It is critical that you get help from an experienced federal detention hearing attorney. Detention hearings are complex and require the help of someone with detention hearing experience. An experienced detention hearing attorney will be able to help you navigate through the system and get you the best possible outcome.
Why Fernandez & Hernandez?
If you or someone you know has been arrested by the feds in the Tampa Bay area and need help, Fernandez & Hernandez will provide a free consultation and help guide you through the process. The attorneys at Fernandez and Hernandez have experience in federal detention hearings and will work vigorously to protect your rights, and in many cases, may be able to prevent improper and unnecessary pretrial detention. Attorneys Daniel J. Fernandez and Martin J. Hernandez are bilingual as well. If you or a loved one need help to get the outcome you deserve, call Tampa Federal Detention Hearing Attorney Daniel J. Fernandez of Fernandez & Hernandez at 813-229-5353.