Yes, a court-ordered bail bond can be reviewed. The process for reviewing a bail bond typically involves filing a motion to reduce bail with the court. The motion can be based on factors such as changes in the defendant’s circumstances, new evidence, or a belief that the bail amount is excessive. The judge will then hold a hearing to consider the motion and may adjust the bail amount or conditions as deemed appropriate.
Usually, they ask to lower their bail amount because they want to pay less to get out of jail. SO the defendant will ask the lawyer to talk to the judge and review their bond agreement or amount to reduce the total bond fee.