What Happens in a Bond Hearing?

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A bond hearing is set within a certain amount of time after a defendant?s arrest. It can be described when the defendant will appear in a courtroom, but the judge appears by video and/or voice technology. The judge can see the courtroom where the defendants wait for their bond hearing.
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A bond hearing is set within a certain amount of time after a defendants arrest. The defendant meets with the judge in order to set the defendants bond. In most situations it's best to work with a bondsman.
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