As we welcome summer all along the Colorado front range and in the Rocky Mountains for many of us we look forward to the adventures we can have over summer vacation. However if you or a loved one has recently been arrested you may be wondering if you can even participate in traveling for summer vacation. That’s why in today’s post we’re going to explore the question can I travel while out on bail? Let’s have a look.
The answer is a little more complicated than yes or no – in fact it has to do with your case specifically. When a judge sets the bail amount by law they will often take a close look at the circumstances surrounding your case. They will consider things such as past offenses, charges and or arrests. The judge will then establish conditions surrounding your release on bail. These conditions may include details like whether or not you’re allowed to travel while out on bond. If you’re unsure of the conditions surrounding your bond we recommend calling your bail bondsmen and having them go over the terms of release with you. In many cases if whether or not you’re allowed to travel is unspecified you may submit a formal request.
Requesting Permission to Travel
While typically there is little you can do about changing the conditions surrounding your release you can discuss with your bail bondsmen whether or not you can submit a request to travel. In some cases judges will grant special permission for defendants to travel usually this is surrounding special circumstances such as – a family emergency or a medical emergency.
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Ultimately whether or not you’re permitted to travel is dependent on the unique factors surrounding your case. If you have questions and you need someone how knows their way around Colorado law and understands terms and conditions surrounding release on bail call All Day All Night Bail Bonds Today – we have the experience to help you understand the terms surrounding your release and to get you the help you need.