Assault Bail Bonds and Why Theyre Different

The classification of the crime determines the amount for assault bail bonds. The video expounds on the crimes and how much bail an accused pays for the crime committed. Some crimes have no bail, while others have high bail amounts.

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The more serious the crime one commits, the higher the amount of bail one can expect.
An assault is a threat to cause harm or action that results in minimal injury. Assaults can either be simple or aggravated. Bail amounts for assaults vary from none at all to $5000 depending on the severity of injuries caused or the assaulted person. However, one has to attend court faithfully to the end of their trial.

A misdemeanor is a non-violent crime whose bail amount is between $5,000 and $15,000. Simple assaults may also be classified as misdemeanors. A felony can either be a violent or a non-violent crime. When charged with a felony, bail amounts range from $10,000 to $20,000.

Bail amounts are set depending on the weight of the crime. Felonies which are more significant crimes carry higher amounts of bail than misdemeanors and simple assaults. Additionally, prison terms for felonies are longer.