DRUG CHARGES IN WASHINGTON

Washington drug offenses can range from simple possession of marijuana to very serious felonies involving the manufacture, sale, and trafficking of controlled substances, such as cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, steroids and other illegal narcotics. Bail Bonds for drug crimes will vary depending on the severity of the crime, history with drug use and amounts of drugs you may possess.  Bail bonds for drug crimes also include possession of drug paraphernalia as well as the unauthorized use, sale, or distribution of prescription medicines, otherwise known as prescription drug fraud. Penalties for these drug offenses can be severe and bail bonds may be increased,  depending on the nature of the charge, the quantity of drugs involved, whether you have any prior criminal history, and other factors.

A drug conviction can have many adverse effects on your life and future. Aside from potential incarceration, heavy fines, probation, and other court-mandated consequences, a permanent criminal record involving drugs can put future employment or career advancement at risk.  If you’ve been charged with any kind of drug crime give 2nd Chance a call and secure your key to freedom.

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How Do Bail Bonds Work?

The arrest of a friend or family member can be very stressful.  With our state of the art bail bond process you can complete the majority of the bail bond paperwork electronically.  Our bail staff of professional bail bondsmen are mobile 24 hours 7 days a week.  We come to you, treat you like family and explain the entire bail bond release process to you.  In most cases you don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to get your loved one released.  Once at the Island County Jail we will post a bail bond for you loved one.  The process of release can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours for release depending on how busy the Island County Jail is.

Once your loved one is released from the Island County Jail on our bail bond, they will need to contact our office within 24 hours of release to complete their portion of the bail bond paperwork

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