St. Charles Defense Attorney Bill Byrnes

Bond Reduction Attorney


Can’t Make Bail? You don’t have to stay in jail! If you’re in St. Louis or St. Charles Missouri, and need help, you need to call Bill Byrnes as your Bond Reduction attorney. Trust Bill Byrnes to fight for you!

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St. Charles Defense Attorney Bill Byrnes

Bond Reduction Attorney


Can’t Make Bail? You don’t have to stay in jail! If you’re in St. Louis or St. Charles Missouri, and need help, you need to call Bill Byrnes as your Bond Reduction attorney. Trust Bill Byrnes to fight for you!

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Do You Need A Bond Reduction Attorney?

An experienced bond reduction attorney will tell you that you should consider a bond reduction before you turn to a bail bondsman.

Bond Reduction Hearing vs. Hiring a Bail Bondsman

A bond reduction lawyer can send a notice to court requesting a bond reduction hearing. Byrnes Law Firm does these on a daily basis for clients. Our first argument is for an “own recognizance release.” This means that you or your loved one could get out of jail without paying any bond. The next approach is to ask for a bond reduction and/or that a smaller percentage of the total bond be paid.

If any bond amount is paid, we will accept a bond assignment.

A bond assignment is a legally binding contract arranging that all or a portion of the attorney’s fee will be paid at the close of the case out of the posted bond. The court files this document. At the close of the case, the court sends a check for the agreed portion of the bond going toward our legal fee to our office. You, the client, will then be entitled to the remaining balance of the bond. A bond assignment allows the legal fees to be paid out of the bail money being held by the court. It also enables you to have immediate legal counsel with less upfront cost. If the legal fee is higher than the bond, payment plans can be discussed.

Generally speaking, we believe this is the most financially sound approach to getting bond posted and acquiring legal representation. Otherwise, you are hiring a bondsman and then hiring a criminal defense attorney. When you hire a bondsman, the bail bondsman will charge a percentage of the total bond, called a bond premium. This can be a large out of pocket expense and is non-refundable. You will still have to hire legal representation.

Sometimes you need a bondsman. Call our office 24 hours a day at 636-896-4300. We will help you determine which course of action is the best choice for you. Requesting a reduction hearing before calling a bondsman is always wise.

Byrnes Law Firm wins, and we’ll win for you too!

The Byrnes Law Firm practices many areas of criminal law, and has helped many people like. He has dedicated himself to protecting your constitutional rights. Bill wants you represented by the best, and would love to speak with you about your assault charge defense case. CALL OUR OFFICE to set up a FREE CONSULTATION. Our phones are available 24 hours a day.

Why Call Bill Byrnes?

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    Experience

    For over 16 years, Bill Byrnes has been protecting the rights of people all throughout the state of MIssouri. He’s trusted to win by his clients throughout St. Charles, St. Louis, and the surrounding areas.

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    Dedication

    Bill is more than just some lawyer. He truly cares, and treats each of his clients with a far more personal touch than most other lawyers.

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    Proven Results

    Hundreds of clients and thousands of cases, Bill Byrnes has the history and track record to prove he’s prepared for your case. He’s even set case law during his career!

A Bond Reduction Attorney

Bill Byrnes at the Byrnes Law Firm can help you:

A bond assignment is a legally binding contract that states all or a portion of the attorney’s fee will be paid at the close of the case out of the posted bond. The court files this document. At the close of the case, the court sends a check for the agreed portion of the bond determined to go toward our legal fee to our office. You, the client, will then be entitled to the remaining balance of the bond. A bond assignment allows the legal fees to be paid out of the bail money being held by the court. It also enables your loved one to have immediate legal counsel with less upfront expenses. Please note, if the legal fee is higher than the bond, payment plans and payment options can be discussed.

Generally speaking, we believe this is the most financially sound approach to getting bond posted and acquiring legal representation. Otherwise, you are hiring a bondsman and then hiring a criminal defense attorney. When you hire a bondsman, the bail bondsman will charge a percentage of the total bond, called a bond premium. This can be a large out of pocket expense and is non-refundable. You will still have to hire legal representation.

In some cases there is no way around the need for a bondsman. Call our office 24 hours a day at 636-896-4300. We will help you determine which course of action is the most financially sound.

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WE OFFER FREE CONSULTATIONS

Byrnes Law Firm understands that many people struggle with the financial burdens their case may have, and likely feel reluctant to even speak with a lawyer about their case, often choosing to go at it alone. This is a mistake, and more often than not, will lead to an unfavorable outcome in your case. When your rights are at risk, you need a strong and experienced lawyer at your side to get you through with the best possible outcome, and the Byrnes Law Firm wants you to know that you can call and consult with them about your case absolutely free. Tell your story, and know your options. You’re in good hands.

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FREE CONSULTATIONS!

Byrnes Law Firm understands that many people struggle with the financial burdens their case may have, and likely feel reluctant to even speak with a lawyer about their case, often choosing to go at it alone. This is a mistake, and more often than not, will lead to an unfavorable outcome in your case. When your rights are at risk, you need a strong and experienced lawyer at your side to get you through with the best possible outcome, and the Byrnes Law Firm wants you to know that you can call and consult with them about your case absolutely free. Tell your story, and know your options. You’re in good hands.

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