How Bail Works
Our number one priority is getting your loved one out of jail – Fast!
We operate with an entirely different process - WE ARE MOBILE!
No waiting at the jail or driving to an office at night in a sketchy part of town. We will meet you wherever you are most comfortable according to your convenience so the process is as painless as possible
Just because your loved one is in jail doesn’t mean you need to be too.
Our reliable staff will meet you at your desired location or in the comfort of your own home and make sure your loved one is there soon!
No matter what city you reside in we will send an agent to you to discuss your bail bond options. Our local areas of service are Indian River, St Lucie which includes Fort Pierce, Martin and Palm Beach counties. We are part of an extensive network of agents available to provide immediate service in every county throughout the entire state of Florida.
If you need fast and credible information we are happy to help. Our professional knowledge can make the process of posting bonds or obtaining jail and inmate information easier.
How the Bail Bond Process Works
Typically, an individual accused of a crime must be held in court custody until they have gone to court and their guilt or innocence has been determined. Bail is often referred to as the money or bond put up to secure the release of a defendant. A bail amount is set when the courts exercise the option to release that individual before that determination is made.
In the case of most misdemeanor charges, bail will not need to be set and the defendant will be released following the issuance of a citation (ticket) such as with a driving violation. In other cases, a defendant may be released on their own recognizance – which basically means, they will be responsible for returning for their scheduled court appearances without posting bond or without a co-signer. Defendants that are released on their own recognizance usually have stable family ties, a history of steady residence in the community and steady employment.
From the time an individual is arrested they will be delivered into the custody of the sheriff in the county where the indictment or arrest affidavit is filed. If a bond amount is set for the arrested individual (defendant), that individual will be released after providing a bond for the amount specified on the warrant. If the defendant is unable to post the bond amount, they will need to remain in custody until disposition of their charges, or until their sentence of imprisonment expires.
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