A bail bondsman in Alachua County, Florida is a blessing in disguise. He or she not only rescues you from the agony of being in jail but also ensures you and your family is saved from the humiliation.
Any person until proven by the court is not guilty, and the Alachua County bail bondsman work in this direction to ensure that a person does not spend his or her time in jail.
After securing your release from the prison the bail bondsman work on to gather evidence that will prove your innocence in the court during the hearing. Once the court is satisfied that you have been wrongly framed, or the offense is not as severe as shown, you will be granted minimum sentence or will be left scot-free.
Besides, the Alachua County Bail Bonds Association keeps organizing meetings to ensure they are on the same page as the client. It was a familiar scene a few days back when the Alachua County Bail Bonds Association hosted a candidate forum for those in the Alachua County Judge Group 4 race. The three candidates, Jose Moreno, from left, a Gainvesville attorney; AuBroncee Martin, at podium, an assistant public defender in the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, and Susan Wilson Bullard, a hearing officer in the traffic violations division in the 8th Judicial Circuit, were asked questions by Sam Wesley, right, president of the association, and other bondsmen, about their knowledge of issues that affect the bail bonds industry.
Such meetings are very helpful as it helps bail bondsman representing you in the court to bring forth facts and prove your innocence and help you live a free, non-accused life once again.