Kelly A. Brooks, Attorney at Law

Exoneration Motions


All bail companies eventually have a defendant fail to appear in court. There are many technical portions of the Penal Code that allow the bond to be exonerated, even when the criminal defendant has failed to appear.

When a bond is forfeited, it takes a trained eye to determine whether or not the forfeiture is subject to the Penal Code, and whether or not the bond should be exonerated.

Because of Kelly's combined civil and criminal background, she is able to both read the criminal court documentation to determine the status of forfeiture, then produce the motion and declarations necessary to provide the court with the appropriate law and facts.








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