F.A.Q. Your Questions Answered.

Q: What are bail bonds?
A: Bail bonds are a guarantee to the courts that defendants will appear as directed by the judge. Non-compliance with court order can lead to warrants being issued for the defendant’s arrest. Further, a failure to comply with court order can also lead to a forfeiture of the bond.
Q: Where do I get a bail bond?
A: To get a bail bond, just call us. Our licensed agents are here to help you figure out the best plan for you.
Q: Where are bail bonds posted?

A: Bail bonds are posted at either the jail or the court.

Q: When are bail bond agencies open?

A: Good news! Our bail bond agency is open all day, every day. That’s right, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Q: How long does it take for the defendant to get released?

A: After all paperwork and payments have been proceed, our agency will start on the release process right away. The speed of release however, depends on a number of factors including the court’s workload and size. One of our bail bond agents will advise the indemnitor about release timelines, once the bail bond has been presented to the court or jail.

Q: Who is liable for the bail bond?

A: The indemnitor is liable for the full face value of the bail bond. The indemnitor needs to be sure that the defendant will appear for ALL court appearances. Otherwise, posting bond is not recommended.

Q: How much does a bail bond cost?

A: A bail bond is a percentage of the total bail set by the judge. It is 10 percent of the total in Florida with a $100 minimum. The bond is nonrefundable and cannot be negotiated.

Q: For how long is a bail bond good?

A: A bail bond is good for a period of 1 year. The premium must be paid again if the defendant’s case extends beyond a year.

Q: Can I get a refund on the bail bond premium?

A: The bail bond premium is nonrefundable after it has been posted and accepted by the court.

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