When someone is arrested on a domestic violence charge, they are required by law to appear before a judge before a bond can be posted. All domestic violence charges start as misdemeanor level, but can be easily moved up to a felony based on severity, type of physicality and the amount of times the individual has been convicted of previous domestic violence charges. These charges can also come with protection orders, where the accused must stay away from the alleged victim of the case. Domestic violence bonds can often have high bonds, because violence has already occurred. Judges must consider public safety when setting these bonds. In these such cases we offer 24 hour service with appointment, low down payment and affordable monthly payment plans to clients.