This is the millionaire bail that Julio César Chávez Jr. will have to pay to get out of prison

Julio César Chávez Jr.


The son of Julio César Chávez González was arrested over the weekend for illegal possession of a high-caliber firearm in the United States.

Last Monday TMZ Sports reported that The 37-year-old Mexican boxer had an assault rifle in his possession.of the so-called ‘ghost gun’ (firearms without serial number, impossible to trace, which can be purchased via the internet), so A neighbor called the police early Sunday morning to arrest him and take him to jail in Los Angeles County..

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How much bail does Julio César Chávez Jr. have to pay?

According to the database of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the ‘Son of the Mexican boxing legend’ will have a hearing this Thursday, January 11 at 08:30 a.m. (local time).

Julio César Chávez Carrasco You must pay a bond of 75 thousand dollars (approximately 1 million 274 thousand 260 Mexican pesos)with which he could face his trial in freedom or spend 1 year in prison.


This is the bail that Julio César Chávez Jr. must pay to carry out his legal process in freedom.


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