Martin County Warrant Search

It is highly recommended that you do a Martin County Warrant Search if you think you might have outstanding warrants in this county for many reasons.  Martin County Florida warrants are valid across all county lines, which means you can be arrested (apprehended) or pursued in any and all parts of Florida.  If you are arrested in another county on a Martin County warrant, you will not attend court in the county where you were arrested but in Martin County.  It will take the Martin County Criminal Division one to six weeks to receive your arrest paperwork and then your Notice to Appear for court date will be mailed to your residence.

Do you think you have a warrant?  Call for your free warrant search today: 1-844-755-2245 

At Above All Bail Bonds our number one priority is to get your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible.  Whether you are dealing with a Felony or Misdemeanor Warrant, we are here to help.  However, each type of warrant is handled differently according to what’s best for you as our client and legal.

We perform Martin County Warrant searches all the time and have assisted people just like you with the bail underwriting process.  When it comes to Misdemeanor Warrants, we accompany you to the jail where your warrant resides.  Once there, you will be given a new court date and released to return home.

Self-Surrender is necessary in the case of Felony Warrants.  Self-Surrender is basically where you turn yourself in to the authorities. In most cases you will just need to bring your identification with you.  However, we will verify the status OF your warrant and advise you as to the steps to take that will help minimize the bail underwriting process.

In addition, we will be in constant contact and communication with the jail where you are being held, while assisting you with the entire bail bond process.  The moment your bond amount is set; we will act immediately to secure your release.

Contact our Martin County Warrant Search Specialist today, Phone: 1-844-755-2245

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FAQ


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When an individual is arrested for a crime in the State of Florida, typically that person will be taken to jail for booking. Once in custody the process of release can take several hours. Finding information about your loved one can be frustrating and difficult. The agents at Above All Bail Bonds are available 24 hours a day to assist you in every step. Just call 844.755.2245

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A Surety Bond more commonly known as a (Bail Bond) involves a relative or friend contacting a bail agent. A Bail Agent is a licensed agent backed by an insurance company. When a bondsman posts bail, they are pledging the full amount of bail, guaranteed by an insurance company having adequate assets to satisfy the face value of the bond. A Bail Bond is the safest form of bail.

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For this service, the defendant is charged a premium (10% of the bail amount in Florida). For example, if the bail amount is $10,000.00, the premium charged is $1,000.00. All bondmen are required by law to charge 10% unless the full amount of the bond is less than $1,000.00; in that case the fee is $100.00. For example, if the bail amount is $750.00, the premium charged is $100.00. Convenient payment arrangements available!

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The 10% premium is fully earned once the bail bond is posted with a jail or court. This fee is non-refundable once the case is completed.

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Collateral is anything of value used to financially secure a bail bond. Collateral is often not necessary and is factored on a case by case basis. Some examples of collateral include a signature from a qualified indemnitor, credit cards, houses, cars, boats, jewelry.

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Once your case is completed and our agency receives notice from the court, we will return all collateral in a timely fashion. By Florida Law all collateral must be returned within 21 days after the bond has been discharged.
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The Indemnitor is a family member or friend who makes an agreement with the surety to secure any loss. They are responsible for the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.
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After a defendant is booked into a county jail, it usually takes anywhere from 2 to 6 hours to be released on bail. We wish we could speed up the process but county jails operate at their own pace. Above All Bail Bonds does everything possible to expedite the defendant’s release. Let us assure you we will be by your side every step of the way.

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Revoking a bond, although possible in most cases, is generally not recommended unless you are concerned that there is a strong possibility the defendant will fail to show up for scheduled court dates. You will lose your premium and could incur other fees. If you used a Bondsman, the terms for revoking your bond will depend upon the language used in the contract/surety agreement you signed. If it contains language that allows you to notify the bondsman that you no longer wish your collateral to be at risk, then yes, you may revoke. You will need to contact your bail bondsman for details on this process and whether or not you would be eligible to revoke your bond.
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If you are trying to find a loved one or family member and you believe they may have been arrested, we can help. Visit our inmate search page for more information or call one of our inmate search specialist: 844-755-2245
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If you believe you have a warrant, we will perform a warrant search for you and help you with the entire process. Call us now: 844-755-2245