Everyday the Orlando criminal defense attorneys at Dicembre & Nace receive phone calls from the family and loved ones of people who have been arrested in Orange, Lake, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard and Volusia County for criminal offenses and they are frustrated because the defendant has no bond or a bond amount that is so incredibly high that they simply can not afford to post bond and get the defendant out of jail. In most situations, the Central Florida criminal defense lawyers of Dicembre & Nace can help.
The criminal defense lawyers at Dicembre & Nace understand that no one wants to stay in jail for months waiting for their case to be resolved. We also know that a loved one's prolonged incarceration can take huge emotional and financial tolls on a family. That is why we address our clients' bond issues quickly and aggressively. We have a proven record of getting positive results for our clients.
Under Florida Law, a criminal defendant is entitled to bond except in the rarest of circumstances. Article I §14 of the Florida Constitution holds, in pertinent part that:
"Unless charged with a capital offense or an offense punishable by life imprisonment and the proof of guilt is evident or presumption is great, every person charged with a crime or violation of the municipal or county ordinance shall be entitled to pre-trial release on reasonable conditions."
Being entitled to bond means being entitled to a bond that you and your family can actually afford. The Central Florida criminal defense and bond attorneys at Dicembre & Nace work hard to got our clients' bond amounts reduced to an amount they can manage.
Even in serious cases like drug trafficking and attempted murder where there was originally no bond or the original bond amount has been well over $100,00.00, the Orlando criminal defense lawyers at Dicembre & Nace have seen bonds reduced to a small percentage of the original bond amount. We are also routinely request bonds on violations of probation even though defendants in those cases are not entitled to bond as a matter of law.
Call the Central Florida Criminal Defense Attorneys at Dicembre & Nace today if you need a:
We will be honored to help you! Our number is 407-649-1999 and Dicembre & Nace handles criminal cases and bond motions in all of Orange County, Seminole County; Lake County and Osceola County including Orlando, Winter Park, Pine Hills, College Park, Metrowest, Apopka, Ocoee, Waterford Lakes, Maitland, Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Clermont and Kissimmee. Call Dicembre & Nace today for a free consultation. You may also fill out our online form and we will contact you back shortly.