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Fresno Bail Reform Act Attorney

Proven Results For Federal Criminal Charges

If you are arrested for a federal crime, the law requires that without delay you be brought before a magistrate who can order that you be released or detained before and during your trial until sentencing. That means there is only a short time in which to prepare for your hearing regarding whether you will be released or not. It is to your advantage to be free from custody in order to properly prepare your defense. You can expect the government to request that you remain in custody while your case is pending and throughout your trial.

Having an experienced attorney who is knowledge and familiar with the Bail Reform Act and federal criminal procedure is paramount if you seek release from custody and the most favorable outcome available. At the Days Law Firm, a Fresno federal defense lawyer will represent you with extensive experience handling detention hearings as well as the offense alleged against you and its penalties. Marc Days has successfully handled thousands of cases and obtained positive results for clients charged with serious crimes throughout the greater Fresno area and Eastern District of California.

Facing a federal crime? Get seasoned legal help immediately for seeking pretrial release from custody. Call (559) 550-5002 for a free phone consultation.

Pre Trial Release from Custody

Application of the Bail Reform Act can make a difference in whether you remain in or out of custody while defending against federal charges. The Act creates provision for you to be released unless your release poses a flight risk or danger to the safety of others in the community and the court finds that no condition or combination of conditions will reasonably assure your appearance at future court hearings and the safety of any other person and the community. The Act requires that in determining whether there are conditions of release that will reasonably assure your appearance and the safety of the community, the court consider: the nature and circumstances of the offense charged; the weight of the evidence against you; your history and characteristics; and the nature and seriousness of the danger to any person or the community that would be posed by your release. If the court decides to release you on release conditions, the release conditions will include that you not commit a new federal, state, or local offense and the least restrictive further condition(s), including: a third party custodian; maintaining or actively seeking employment; maintaining or commencing an educational program; travel restrictions; avoiding contact with an alleged victim or witness; reporting to a pretrial services officer; curfew; no weapons; no alcohol or drugs; medical, psychological, or psychiatric treatment, including treatment for alcohol or drug dependency; execution of a forfeiture agreement or bond; or any other condition that is reasonably necessary to assure your appearance and the safety of any other person and the community.

Reach out to our firm at (559) 550-5002 following any federal criminal arrest today.

Thousands of Cases Successfully Handled

Strong & Effective Defense
  • People v. Doe Conviction Reversed

    Drug distribution federal trial, conviction reversed for overruling Marc’s request for information and evidence helpful to the defense.

  • People v. Gomez, et. al. Mandatory Life Case Dismissed

    In 2021, Marc represented a client in Los Angeles Superior Court who was charged with kidnapping to commit robbery, which carries a mandatory life sentence upon conviction. After the preliminary hearing the case was dismissed.

  • People v. Guerrero, et al Bail Reduced from $1 Million to $30,000

    Bail Reduced from $1 million to $30,000 following dismissal of 5 out 6 charges at the preliminary hearing.

  • People v. Jiminez Bank Robbery Conviction Reversed

    Bank robbery trial, conviction reversed for overruling Marc’s objection to the admission of DNA evidence.

  • People v. Rodriguez, et al Sentenced to Probation and Released

    Charged with beating a correctional officer with his own baton, jury votes 10-2 not guilty. Client pleads to non-serious felony and gets released from custody that day.

  • United States v. Brown Charges Dismissed - Insanity Defense

    Federal trial for charge of attempted murder, hung jury based on insanity defense, charge dismissed.

  • United States v. Ferguson Not Guilty Verdict

    Federal trial, not guilty of first and second degree murder.

  • United States v. Habash, et al Govt. Motion for $3.1 Million Denied

    Federal synthetic drug case, drug charges dismissed in exchange for plea to violating a financial reporting requirement, district court denied government's motion for a money judgment of $3.1 million.

  • United States v. Martinez

    In 2020, the Federal Court appointed Marc to represent client. On February 23, 2021, the court, over the government’s objection, granted Marc’s motion for compassionate release of his client who had served 102 months of a 262 month sentence.

  • United States v. Mitchell 10 Year Mandatory Minimum Charge Dismissed

    An alleged drug deal gone bad, four people shot, two people died. Negotiated dismissal of the 10-year mandatory minimum, the government argued for 20 years, after hearing Marc the court imposed an 8-year sentence. Read the transcript below.


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    Days Law Firm offers free initial phone consultations. Call us today to review your case.

  • Available in Your Time of Need

    We are available 24/7 and will meet clients in jail or after hours by appointment.

  • Experience You Can Count On

    Attorney Marc Days is backed by two decades of extensive state and federal experience.

  • Proven Track Record

    Attorney Marc Days' extensive experience has helped him successfully handle thousands of cases.

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