When you or a loved one is charged with a crime, the top priority of the Stevens Law Office, PLC is to lower the bond and get you released. In addition to the benefits of being released, we can defend your case better if you are out of custody.
Former felony prosecutor Ryan J. Stevens has handled all types of bond and bail hearings, including Initial Appearances and Release Hearings on major felony cases. Mr. Stevens will fight for a lower bond, release on own recognizance (“O.R. release”), third party release, Pre-Trial Services release (“PTS release”), and every other method of release available.
In major cases, a defendant can be held in jail for over a year while the case is pending in the courts. In non-major cases, particularly where a defendant fails to appear (“FTA”) for a court hearing, the defendant can still sit in jail for a long time even without being convicted of a crime.
Time is of the essence while you or your loved one sits in jail. Call or contact Griffen & Stevens Law Firm, PLLC today for a free consultation on bond, bail, and release.