Felony Bail: Make Bail!
There are generally two classifications of crimes: felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies are the more serious of the two; each state has different rules about what constitutes a felony. In general, felonies are crimes that come with penalties of at least a year behind bars.
What’s the difference between a felony arrest and a felony charge? An arrest just means you’re suspected of the crime. This is when bail is generally set and you can make arrangements to get out of jail to await your court appearance. A felony charge is when formal legal proceedings have been put into motion by prosecutors.
Cut Loose Bail Bonds has helped many people get out of jail, and we do so with compassion. We’re not in the business of making judgments or determining guilt or innocence; we simply work to get you free by utilizing your Constitutional rights. So, if you’re in need of help with felony bail in Sacramento, call one of our friendly agents today to make bail!
After a felony arrest
In California, punishments for offenses are on a crime-by-crime basis. (Other states put certain crimes in classes, such as a “Class A” felony.) The sentences generally fall into one of three terms: low, mid and high. (This excludes crimes that result in a life sentence.)
There are certain crimes that can be classified as either misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the specifics of the case. In California, these are known as “wobblers.” A case can be turned from a felony to a misdemeanor if the judge decides that you don’t have a serious criminal history and that you didn’t act in a violent manner, for example. One type of crime that can often be a “wobbler” would be grand theft auto.
Then there’s the other side of the spectrum. In California, if you’re convicted of a total of three felony crimes, you can be sent away for a very long time under the “Three Strikes” law.
If you, a friend or loved one is facing felony bail in Sacramento or the surrounding area, call Cut Loose Bail Bonds for immediate help. We’ll work to get you out of jail and back to normal life as quickly as possible. Make bail from a felony arrest today!