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If you have been arrested and charged with "Domestic Violence" under California Penal Code sections 242, 243 or 273, you need help right away. As protections for victims have expanded over recent decades, the description of what qualifies as domestic violence has also widened! The definition of who can be a victim now includes someone who is a current spouse or former spouse; current cohabitant or former cohabitant in a home; a parent with whom the individual has a child; or a partner in a dating relationship. In short, the statutes can be viewed as covering any two people who have any but the most casual of relationships at the present time or in the past. "Domestic" is a term that has morphed into something that can go beyond any kind of intimate personal relationship to include even roommates sharing a house or apartment. "Violence" can now be interpreted as being what someone considers to be behavior that is "abusive" but involves no physical contact at all.

Because of the vagueness of the terminology, Domestic Violence charges pose a number of challenges for defense attorneys. It is important for you to be out of jail and available to work with your legal team to assist in your defense. That's where we come in. We are one of Sacramento's leading Bail Bond Agencies and we treat all of our clients with dignity and respect. We provide a confidential service that protects your privacy. We can post your bail on a charge of domestic violence at an affordable rate and get you out so you'll be available to meet with your lawyer.

According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the definition includes "willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, sexual violence, psychological violence, and emotional abuse". A felony conviction can result in as much as six years in jail or prison and other penalties that can be ruinous.

The amount of bail required to get a defendant released on any charge is set by the courts on a county-by-county basis. In Sacramento County, bail for a charge of domestic violence could be set as high as $10,000. In San Joaquin County domestic violence bail can exceed $100,000 and in San Francisco County the bond could be double that. To help your lawyer defend you and protect your rights, you need to be out of jail, free to meet with legal counsel and manage your personal affairs. Unless you are released on your own recognizance, your path to freedom is posting bond. An experienced, professional bail bond agency can get you out and arrange the freedom you need to assist in your own defense. At Atlantis Bail Bonds, we understand that you need service that is fast, discrete and affordable. Call us today for a free domestic violence bail quote!

Although our main office is located close to the Sacramento County Jail in downtown Sacramento, we can quickly post bail in any county in Northern California. If you are facing a charge of domestic violence, contact us right away. One call can get you out and you could be home tonight.



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Atlantis Bail Bonds is a Bail Bond Agency registered with, and regulated by, the State of California. All information provided on this website is for informative purposes only and should not be construed as, or used as a substitute for, legal advice from an attorney.


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