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Non U.S Citizens, Bail in Criminal Case?

Posted by Russell Babcock | Mar 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Los ciudadanos no estadounidenses, la fianza en la causa penal?

Non U.S Citizens, Bail in Criminal Case?

Many less experienced criminal defense attorneys attempt to arrange bail for non-U.S. citizens. Most often this turns out to be a disaster.

The general rule is that for most federal felonies, if convicted any non-United states citizen will be deported.

If bail is granted by the federal criminal court, for instance, in a serious drug case, generally an ICE (Immigrations and Customs Enforcement) hold has already been placed on the client. That means that the client will be taken from the criminal jail to the immigration jail and not given credit toward the criminal case for any days of custody.

As you can see, arranging bail in federal cases, is especially complicated. At the Law Offices of Russell S. Babcock, we are experts in securing your liberty. Do not trust your future to non-criminal law specialists. In the Law Offices, we have more than thirty years of experience helping you secure the best result possible in your San Diego federal criminal case.

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Russell Babcock

Conozca a russell Russell S. Babcock (Founder + Owner) Spanish Speaking Criminal Defense Attorney  (Federal and State Court) The law firm of Russell S. Babcock was formed to provide the highest quality of federal and state criminal defense services at reasonable prices. We are a full service c...


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