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Domestic Assault Bail Bonds CT
You may ask yourself, “What is an assault bond or charge”? An assault bond is often given certain guidelines that the defendant must follow. If you disobey these orders set by the court and the judge, your bond may be revoked which ultimately means that you will be arrested again.
Domestic Violence, Criminal Protective, and Retraining Orders
Domestic violence criminal protective orders come into three stages, contact, partial contact, or no contact. A full protective order, which also called a residential stay-away order allows you to have contact but prevents you from entering the victim’s home for any reason necessary. Partial protective order, the least restrictive order, simply means that you do not threaten, harass, or intimidate the victim, an order which is a component of the other two orders. Full no contact protective order will prohibit you from having any contact with the alleged victim whatsoever and will prevent you from entering this victim’s home.
Assault in the third degree is the most common in the state which means that you must psychically injure a person. It is known as a class A and you can be punished up to one year in jail, probation, and a fine up to $2,000. Assault in the second degree, which is also known as a class D felony is charged by the defendant imprisoned up to five years, probation, and a $5,000 fine. The most serious is a first- degree assault which injures someone with a deadly weapon. Up to 20 years in prison are necessary and 5 of those are mandatory.
If you think you need assistance with an assault charge bond you may call us here at Atomic Bail Bonds with any questions, comments, or concerns.
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