DUI Driving Under The Influence

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Getting arrested for a DUI, is a terrifying experience. For many people, being charged with a DUI it is their first run in with law enforcement, the court system, and the process of posting bail or bond. The first thing you should do is consult with an attorney so that you understand your rights.

Midwest Bonding has been in business for over 20 years, and over this time we have developed long lasting relationships with several attorneys across the state. It might be wise to hire a local and respected attorney with expertise in handling DUI charges.
Please contact our office if you need help in obtaining an attorney referral. The attorney should also be able to help you through the process.

Often times a defendant is released on an RPR with conditions, they post conditional bail and later decide that they wish they would have posted unconditional bail. No worries, Midwest Bonding is able to help. If a defendant decides to change their mind and post unconditional bail they can call Midwest Bonding, make arrangements with one of our representatives, and that agent will bring the bond to the courts to get a person off of conditions. The time to do this is before you violate your conditions and not after. Please give Midwest Bonding a call and they may be able to get you off of conditions today. Clearly there is a lot of information to learn and understand in the unfortunate event that a person is charged with a DUI. The wheels of justice move slowly, and often times the process takes months and not days. Midwest Bonding is the perfect company to call in the event that you elect to post unconditional bail, post bail with conditions, or decide to get off conditions after you have already been released. We have agents located throughout the state, we have decades of experience, and we are the busiest and highest rated bail bond company in Minnesota.

There will be many questions that you want answers to. Here are a few.

  • WHERE IS MY VEHICLE?
  • WHAT HAPPENS TO MY VEHICLE?
  • WILL I BE RELEASED OR DO I HAVE A POST BOND?
  • CAN I POST BOND OR DO I HAVE TO WAIT FOR MY ARRAIGNMENT?
  • HOW MUCH TROUBLE AM I IN, AND WHAT ARE THE POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES?

An agent from Midwest Bonding would be able to help you through the process of posting bail, finding out when and where the arraignment will be, and what is required to post bond, but the other questions should only be answered by experienced attorney.

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Examples of a few of several scenarios that may happen when an individual is arrested for a dui.

  • One scenario is that a defendant could be arrested, booked into jail, and released the same day. This situation usually occurs when it’s an individual’s first offense and they are just over the legal limit to drive.
  • Another scenario is that an individual is arrested, and there is a judge on call that can issue a bail to be posted prior to the arraignment. The availability of this option often depends on what county an individual is arrested in.
  • Yet another option is that a person is arrested, and is required to wait until their arraignment. This could mean that if an individual is arrested on a Friday night they might not see the judge until Monday.
  • Also, if an individual is arrested on a Saturday or Sunday they may not see the judge until the following Tuesday.
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Midwest bonding and their agents should be able to help you understand the time line of events if you give us a call.

  • One scenario is that a defendant could be arrested, booked into jail, and released the same day. This situation usually occurs when it’s an individual’s first offense and they are just over the legal limit to drive.
  • Another scenario is that an individual is arrested, and there is a judge on call that can issue a bail to be posted prior to the arraignment. The availability of this option often depends on what county an individual is arrested in.
  • Yet another option is that a person is arrested, and is required to wait until their arraignment. This could mean that if an individual is arrested on a Friday night they might not see the judge until Monday.
  • Also, if an individual is arrested on a Saturday or Sunday they may not see the judge until the following Tuesday.
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