Q: When you get charged with aggravated assault, then do not get bonded out, spend almost 2 months in jail. They somehow
Turn the charge into a simple assault, release you with probation. But still give you another court date, what is the next court date for?
A: Without knowing more it is impossible to answer. You should communicate with your former attorney
A: If you were booked, then you had a right to be bonded out, unless you are on no bond. The 8th Amendment to the United States Constitution provides for bail. There are certain circumstances when you could be denied bail. Those generally involve violent crimes and the ability to leave the country.
I would suggest that you contact a local criminal defense attorney.
A: If you are on Probation now then you must have pled guilty to some crime., probably Assault. That should be an 11 mo/29 day Sentence, minus the jail time already served. There will be Costs, including for the Court and Jail, and probably a Fine. The Court probably wants you back before him to make sure you are making payments through the Clerk's Office , which is part of your Probation requirements. You need to talk to your lawyer who should have told you what you were doing. It is possible you are not on Probation but actutally Pre-Trial Release. Again talk to your lawyer and listen to him.
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