- Weapons of any sort are prohibited Drugs are prohibited Electronic devices are not to be used in the courtrooms (unless approved by the court)
- Do not chew gum while testifying.
- Stand up straight and speak clearly.
- Pay attention to any instruction given by the employees of the court and the Judge.
- It is permissible to respond with,"I don't recall" if you do not remember some details.
- Answer only the question that you are asked. Do not volunteer information.
- If you do not want to answer a question, do not ask the judge whether you must answer it. If it is an improper question, your attorney will rise and state an objection.
- Do not shake your head to indicate a "yes" or "no" answer. Use words to answer every question.
- When in court, federal magistrates are to be referred to as "Your Honor".
- The court is only interested in the facts. Please do not give your opinions or your conclusions unless you are asked.
- Do not allow yourself to become angry. This will not help your case.
- Try to dress professionally.
- Remove sunglasses in court.
- Have any evidence or relevant paperwork handy.
- Try to leave disruptive children at home.
- Be early. People who are late may be issued a bench warrant or have their bail forfeited.
- Do not leave the courtroom without knowing when and where you are ordered to return.
our bail bond process in 3 steps
Our service is confidential and professional. We are always available for your questions. We strive to provide professional and personal services so that posting bail for your friend or loved one can be a fast, dignified and simple process.
Request A Bail
Bonds are negotiated over with agents will meet you wherever it is convenient for you. Collateral is not always necessary.
Meet An Agent
Read all bail agreements and fees carefully, ask questions when you need clarification.
Get Out Of Jail
Upon posting the bond at the jail, may use this precious time while out to work on their case.