Domestic Violence Bail Fast

photo of arrestA domestic violence charge differs from an assault and battery misdemeanor when the violence committed is against someone that has a “personal relationship” with the defendant. If you or a loved one needs fast domestic violence bail in NC, contact Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services!

Consequences of Conviction

photo of professional person being handcuffedA “personal relationship” includes the children, grandchildren spouses, former spouses, anyone who has dated or had children with or lived together as a family with the defendant. In the case of domestic violence convictions, the judge is given the opportunity to include extra or special conditions to the basic sentencing of assault and battery to the defendant. This can involve the imposing of a protective order, requiring psychiatric treatment possibly from a specific institution, successful completion of a Drug Treatment Court Program, attending counseling or rehabilitation, requiring sobriety and periodic submission of alcohol monitoring, and house arrest.

These conditions can be placed on top of the usual sentencing for this Class A1 misdemeanor. As this charge can also include the use of a deadly weapon, the resulting penalties can include up to 60 days in jail. If the defendant has a criminal history or record of prior convictions, then the judge can sentence you up to 150 days in jail, and a fine determined by the judge.

Fast Bail Bonds Agents

Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services provides domestic violence bail in NC for quick release. Our immediate attention ensures you or your loved one make it back home to get your bearings. The bail agents at Grimes’ Bail Bonding know how stressful being arrested can be and what a conviction can mean for your future. We want to be sure you have every opportunity to defend yourself and to do that you need the jail free time to contact a lawyer and go over your options. Call us today! We’re open 24/7 and are ready to push your bail paperwork as soon as we are put on your case! Just call us with the name, date of birth, and arrest charge of your loved one. If you know where they’re being detained, we can work even faster but if you don’t, no worries! We can find out for you.