McMahon's File Writs of Habeas Corpus, Receive Bond Reduction

July 20, 2017 - Following their arrests on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 Randa McMahon and Matthew McMahon on the charge of endangering a child, state jail felony, the respective defense attorneys for each filed writs of habeas corpus seeking reduction in bail.

The writs of habeas corpus each stated the $200,000 bonds for each of the McMahons were excessive, and reflected the previous bonds of $20,000 which each of the McMahons are already out on and stated meeting an additional bail amount would be impossible.

McMahons went before LeAnn Rafferty, 123rd Judicial District Judge, Thursday, July 20, 2017 and the bond was reduced to a $2,500 bond which was agreed to as neither of the McMahons had ability to make the original set bond.

Both parties are prohibited from contact with the victim, the temporary guardian and an additional minor child.

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