Domestic Violence Bail

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Quick Release on Domestic Violence Bail Gives You More Time to Plan Your Legal Defense.

At Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds, we believe in innocence until the proven establishment of guilt. If you or a loved one has suffered arrest on charges of domestic violence, it may feel as if you have nowhere to turn. Thankfully, our team provides a full range of bond services for domestic violence bail in Cocoa and Palm Bay, FL. Whether you’re charged with a felony or misdemeanor, and regardless of your bail, you can count on us for fast jail release.

Domestic violence charges can become quite complicated, and often involve other charges such as assault, or the violation of a restraining order. As a professional organization, we never pass judgment on our clients, and instead focus on the quality of our efforts to attain their freedom. The team at Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds has a single-minded focus on its work, and offers superior service for its clientele. To initiate jail release for someone charged with domestic violence, simply give us a call at 321-638-2245 today.

Domestic Violence Bail Service

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Domestic Violence Often Comes with Indictment for Additional Charges.

The state of Florida considers domestic violence as a specific type of violent behavior directed at a current or former household member, family member, dating partner, or former dating partner. Violence against a family member covers both blood relatives and those united through marriage. The specific types of activities that qualify as domestic violence include:

  • Assault, both aggravated and simple
  • Battery, both aggravated and simple
  • Sexual assault and/or battery
  • Stalking
  • Kidnapping

In Florida, any domestic violence charge carries a mandatory sentence of five days in jail. If a restraining order already exists, then the domestic violence act represents a breach. This is a separate, first degree misdemeanor that carries a punishment of up to one year in jail. Generally speaking, misdemeanor domestic violence charges are punishable with between 60 days and one year in jail. Felony charges can result in jail time for five to 15 years, depending on whether the charge counts as a second or third degree crime.

Your Answer for Jail Release

Do you or someone you care about need jail release in Brevard County, Florida? If so, call the local experts at Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds at 321-638-2245. We work hard on behalf of our clients, and will not rest until we see their bail realized. For quality, respectful service and 24-hour, emergency availability, trust Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds for domestic violence bail in Cocoa and Palm Bay, FL.