Fiance has been arrested for a second time based on lab results from a meth lab bust back in january

My fiance was arrested back in january for a meth lab, maintaining a dwelling, and conspiracy.  He was placed under a 100,000 bond in which he was bonded out.  He is now working as well as went to  a christian based rehab which proved to be a little difficult so he left there and went into detox for 7 days.  They came yesterday to his mothers and claimed that they had a civil summons for him but when they came back to get him they told him that they had a warrant for the results that had come back from the lab and his is now under a 500,000 bond within the same case.  where do we go from here?


Asked about 8 years ago in Pink hill, North Carolina
Categories: Criminal Law

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Mel Williams

Answer by Mel Williams

VerifiedVirginia lawyer


If your fiance has an attorney for the first arrest then contact that lawyer and see what that lawyer can do to get the bond waived, given that he is already under a bond for the first arrest, or at least get it reduced. 
If you fiance does not have a lawyer, then you should hire a lawyer immediately, because in my experience you will get nowhere without one in getting this resolved .

Posted about 8 years ago

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Jon Welborn

Answer by Jon Welborn

VerifiedNorth Carolina lawyer

It sounds like you need an attorney just like the previous commenter stated.

Posted almost 8 years ago

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