If you’re facing criminal charges, then you will likely need to consult with a criminal defense attorney. A criminal defense attorney is familiar with the types of charges in your case, so he or she can help you understand the criminal justice system. If you are unable to afford a private attorney, then you can make a request for representation by the Public Defender’s Office.
In every meeting with your attorney, you should come prepared. This means you should gather together any documents in your case including your bail papers, your notice of your next court appearance, and a copy of your police report. This information will help you attorney piece together the facts of your case. You should also bring a list of any questions you have about how your case will progress. For example, you can ask your attorney what would happen if you plead guilty and whether or not you can plead to a lesser criminal charge.
Call (732) 418-2245 to schedule a meeting with 24 Seven Bail Bonds. We will keep you up-to-date on the most relevant information about the New Jersey bail bonds process.