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Can a Defendant Leave the State While Out On a Bail Bond?

If you find yourself in a situation that requires police intervention, you may also find yourself under arrest and land in jail. Whether you are guilty of the crime or not, your priority is likely to get out of police custody and get back to your routine as soon as possible. This is where an Atlanta bail bonds service comes in handy. However, if you frequently travel on business or have made vacation plans, you might be wondering if you’re going to be able to leave the state while on a bail bond. Here’s what you need to know.

Approaching Your Case for a Leave While on Bond or Bail

The first step to getting leave while on a bond is to contact your attorney who can establish your case to present to the judge. The next step is to contact your bail bond professional and let them know what is going on with your situation. This is especially vital if the judge has granted your request, so they know where you are and how long you’ll be there. Keep your paperwork for your bond on your person along with your furlough papers just in case. Not following the proper protocol can forfeit your bond and land you in jail on a warrant very quickly. Of course, the court system and the judge always have the right to deny your requests, so frivolous ones are likely to be denied. Naturally, you don’t want to be arrested while on vacation, so it’s best to take the proper course of action when out on bail or a bond.

Need a Bail Bond or Want to Know More About Traveling on a Bond?

Whether you are in need of a bail bond due to being arrested for a felony, misdemeanor or a federal case, we can help you get where you need to be. Contact us at Free At Last Bail Bonds 24/7 at 470-410-3409 to ask us any questions you may have about being out on bond.

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