If your boyfriend is being charged with drug related offenses, then he should have been assigned a bind amount when he went before the judge the first time. There are certain 'non-bondable' offenses, for which a person is held in custody without the possibility of a bond, but those are for much more serious violent offenses, such as homicide, arson, aggravated violent crimes, etc.-- ie. not drug related offenses.
If he's already been appointed an attorney, then my recommendation would be to speak with his attorney and inquire whether he/she has any additional information that you may not currently be aware of, that would explain why he's not been given a bond amount.
If there are no other reasons, then my recommendation would be for you to ask his attorney to submit a Writ of Habeas Corpus to the court. This writ is a petition to the court that basically demands that they bring your boyfriend to court and allow him to have a bond assigned to him, as it's his legal right. Hopefully that would be the nudge it takes, for him to be given the right due process he deserves.
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