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Abogado Criminalista Miami

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Everyone arrested for a criminal violation has the right to first appearance hearing before a judge within 24 hours of his or her arrest.  The first appearance hearing provides the defendant with the opportunity to challenge the probable cause for the arrest and the bond's monetary amount. In most cases, many defendants bond out before ever appearing before a judge.  However, there are situations that arise that may prevent someone from simply bonding out.  Continue reading below for more information. Attorney Dennis Gonzalez Jr is available to represent individuals at bond hearings during the week, weekends, and even on  holidays.

If a defendant is on Felony probation, he or she will typically not be able to bond out until he or she appears before the judge assigned to the underlying probation case.  The Judge assigned to the probation case will decide whether or not the defendant gets a bond unless a successful argument can be made at the initial first appearance hearing that would allow the defendant to be released on his own recognizance ("ROR")

The government in most narcotics and/or trafficking related cases will impose a Nebbia hold on the case that effectively prevents the defendant from bonding until the Nebbia condition is satisfied. The Nebbia requirement essentially requires the person paying the bond premium to the bail bondsman to prove that the source of the funds being used to pay for the bond premium is not procured or derived from illegal activities.  Dennis Gonzalez Jr. extensive experience in the preparation and handling of Nebbia hearings

Immigration is another issue that comes up in criminal bond hearings.  Some defendants, depending on their specific immigration status, may have holds placed on them by the federal government which prevents them from bonding out. 

Florida will usually extradite on felony warrants and but wont  extradite on a misdemeanor warrant (except for a few exceptions related to child support payments).  Florida will transport a person from one county to another on a misdemeanor warrant. For example, if you have a no bond warrant out of Marion County but you get picked up in Miami-Dade County, then you will be held in Miami-Dade County on an out of county warrant and then transported to the Marion County Jail where you will be booked for the warrant.

If a defendant is arrested for a “non-bondable” offense, such as murder, sexual battery or kidnapping, the the defendant will remain in jail pending trial without a bond. A person arrested for a “non-bondable” offense has the right to ask for an Arthur hearing. The purpose of the hearing is for the judge to determine whether the person should be released pending trial.

The firm offers clients Mr. Gonzalez's superb trial skills and a thorough approach to criminal defense. Mr. Gonzalez's clients have the full resources of the firm at their disposal, which include but are not limited to: top notch criminal investigators, excellent motion practice experience, and successful trial strategies.  Dennis Gonzalez Jr is a Miami Criminal Defense Attorney that is devoted to his clients.

You wouldn't try to force a square peg into a round hole? Similarly, you shouldn't take that approach with your DUI defense.  Our clients receive unparalleled personal attention to their case from Attorney Dennis Gonzalez Jr.  Dennis prides himself in providing a customized approach for each of his clients. After all, every case is different, the people in each are different, and the attorney handling the case has an impact as well.

Attorney Dennis Gonzalez Jr. has extensive Jury Trial experience with DUI cases, superb motion practice, and a strong negotiator when the need arises. DUI cases can be very complex and are a specialized area of the law. Dennis was trained in DUI litigation at the State Attorney's office which offers our clients a considerable advantage when our office is handling their cases. 

 

If a defendant is on Felony probation, he or she will typically not be able to bond out until he or she appears before the judge assigned to the underlying probation case.  The Judge assigned to the probation case will decide whether or not the defendant gets a bond unless a successful argument can be made at the initial first appearance hearing that would allow the defendant to be released on his own recognizance ("ROR")

The government in most narcotics and/or trafficking related cases will impose a Nebbia hold on the case that effectively prevents the defendant from bonding until the Nebbia condition is satisfied. The Nebbia requirement essentially requires the person paying the bond premium to the bail bondsman to prove that the source of the funds being used to pay for the bond premium is not procured or derived from illegal activities.  Dennis Gonzalez Jr. extensive experience in the preparation and handling of Nebbia hearings

Immigration is another issue that comes up in criminal bond hearings.  Some defendants, depending on their specific immigration status, may have holds placed on them by the federal government which prevents them from bonding out. 

Florida will usually extradite on felony warrants and but wont  extradite on a misdemeanor warrant (except for a few exceptions related to child support payments).  Florida will transport a person from one county to another on a misdemeanor warrant. For example, if you have a no bond warrant out of Marion County but you get picked up in Miami-Dade County, then you will be held in Miami-Dade County on an out of county warrant and then transported to the Marion County Jail where you will be booked for the warrant.

 

The government in most narcotics and/or trafficking related cases will impose a Nebbia hold on the case that effectively prevents the defendant from bonding until the Nebbia condition is satisfied. The Nebbia requirement essentially requires the person paying the bond premium to the bail bondsman to prove that the source of the funds being used to pay for the bond premium is not procured or derived from illegal activities.  Dennis Gonzalez Jr. extensive experience in the preparation and handling of Nebbia hearings

Immigration is another issue that comes up in criminal bond hearings.  Some defendants, depending on their specific immigration status, may have holds placed on them by the federal government which prevents them from bonding out. 

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