Kodak Black was in a Broward County Jail, but was released on bond, after an hour on a $250,000 bond!
His lawyer, Bradford Cohen, says Kodak has been under supervision as part of his pretrial release, requiring him to check in with authorities for mandatory urine tests. He failed to check in for a test and was forced to appear in court over the issue.
Cohen argued to remove the strict pretrial supervision, and the judge agreed in exchange for increasing Kodak’s bond from $75,000 to $250,000.
Kodak paied the $175,000 difference, and Cohen sees it as a win, as Kodak is now able to travel and tour without needing to check in with pretrial services. Kodak was initially arrested on charges of trafficking in oxycodone and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, as well as an expired license and tags.