Judicial bonds

They guarantee the possible responsibilities that could be derived within a criminal or non-criminal judicial procedure.

TYPES OF BONDS

TYPES OF BONDS

CRIMINAL

CRIMINAL

 

They guarantee compliance with the obligations established by the Judge to a physical person who is subject to a criminal process for the commission of a crime to obtain their freedom, the most common types of bail are:

Criminal Judicial They guarantee compliance with the obligations established by the Judge to a physical person who is subject to a criminal process for the commission of a crime to obtain their freedom, the most common types of bail are:

a) Provisional Freedom. It is the one that is granted when the bond is within the initial process (presumed responsible) and has not yet been issued final judgment, being available to the court whenever it requires it.

b) Conditional Freedom. It occurs when the defendant was self at his disposal when he requires it.

c) Preparatory Freedom. It is granted to the person who was sentenced and who has fulfilled a part of his sentence or sentence within the prison, being able to obtain his release in advance for the good behavior and rehabilitation manifested.

d) Pecuniary sanction. It includes the fine and the repair of the damage.

e) Damage Repair. Consistent in guaranteeing that the defendant or convicted person will pay the damages caused to the victim or their relatives in case of being sentenced to said payment.

NOT CRIMINAL.

NOT CRIMINAL.

 

They guarantee the fulfillment of the obligations that the Judge establishes for a Physical or Moral Person who are within some judicial proceeding for the resolution of any controversy, whether civil, mercantile or of amparo. The most common types of bail are:

a) Precautionary Seizures. They guarantee the payment of the possible Damages and Damages that may be caused to the counterparty to carry out or cancel the precautionary seizure decreed.

b) Alimony Pensions. They guarantee the payment of alimony for the maintenance of the minors established in the divorce agreement concluded between the spouses.

c) Real Estate or Eviction. They guarantee the payment of possible Damages and Damages that may be caused to the counterparty due to the execution of eviction judgments in the real estate lease lawsuits.

d) Labor. They guarantee the payment of the possible Damages and Damages that may be caused to the counterparty for carrying out or rendering ineffective the awards within labor disputes.

e) Amparos. They guarantee the payment of the possible Damages and Damages that may be caused to the counterparty due to the execution or suspension of judgments in the amparo proceedings, considering the violation of the individual guarantees.