Federal & Juvenile Crimes
If you bond out while being charged with a federal crime, then you are one of the lucky ones. Many clients and federal defendants are usually stuck in federal custody while they are awaiting a trial or plea on their charge. Typically, they are housed at the Bastrop Jail because there is no federal detention facility prior to trial. The federal government contracts with local counties, and currently, they are mostly using Bastrop. Therefore, they’ll be held at Bastrop until the trial. If you are not in federal custody, then you are out on bond. While you are out on bond, you are subject to certain conditions. The main conditions are don’t associate with people who violate the law, don’t violate the law yourself, report to a pre-trial services officer as they direct you, and perform a urinalysis or submit to drug testing to prove that you are not using any drugs or non-prescribed medication. If you follow the conditions, then you shouldn’t have a problem remaining out on bond.
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- What Is The Arrest Process For A Juvenile In Travis County?
- What Can I Expect If I Am Charged With A Federal Crime And I Bond Out?
- What Is The Federal Speedy Trial Act? How Long Will My Case Take?
- What Is A PSR? What Should I Expect To Be Asked In This Interview?
- What If I Disagree With Criminal History Points And Offense Level In A PSR?
- Why Don’t I Know What My Sentence Is Going To Be When I Plead Guilty?
- What Are The Sentencing Guidelines? How Is My Sentence Calculated?
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