Looking For The Best Bail Bail Bondsman?

 

How To Find The Top Bail Bondsman In Orlando?

If you or you’re loved one is arrested and taken to jail, you most likely hit instant panic! Once the shock is over you start to think about how to get out of jail fast, who can get you out and how much will the whole experience cost. The bail process can be quite complicated so you want to ensure that you find a reputable bail bond agency that is licensed to bond you, your friend or a loved one from jail.

To bond out of jail, you have 2 options…

#1: Pay a bond with a bail bond agency or #2: cash bail bond by paying the full amount of the bond in cash.

The cash bail bond option means that you will have to deliver cash to the jail. Most jails no longer accept cash. Instead they typically accept money orders and cashier’s checks but not credit cards.
The last thing you want to worry about is whether your money is in the right hands.

There are a few other things for you to consider as you search for a bail bonds agency.

Ask your attorney for a recommendation
Attorneys work with bail bond agencies all the time. They will have recommendations for agencies that have trustworthy business practices. It is typically best to work with an agency as they will keep your information confidential and typically have proven results and are ethical.

Be sure that whomever you hire that they are a licensed bail bondsman
If you are not working with referrals and are unsure if the bail bondsman is trustworthy, don’t be afraid to ask to see their license.

Check reviews online
Check Yelp, Google and Facebook for reviews from previous clients. Look for detailed reviews and an agency that has several 5-star reviews.

Do not fall for cheap bond amounts
If you run across advertisements for cheap fee structures, they are very likely inexperienced and quite possibly not trustworthy.

Contact your local jail to find out their payment requirements. If you post a cash bond your money can and will be used to pay all the court fees. Basically you should be aware that you will not receive a refund from this transaction as your money is applied to the court costs. If a refund is available, a check will be mailed to you from the Clerk of Court usually within sixty days after the case is closed. Contact the Clerk of Court regarding any refund on cash bonds.

The bail bond agency will charge you a fee or percentage of the total bond amount. In the State of Florida the bail bond fees are set by the State and are not negotiable according to Florida Statute. For any bond that is $1,000 or under it will cost you $100. If a bond is greater than $1,000, then you would pay 10% of that bond. Example: one bond set at $500 will cost $100 with a bail bond agency. If one bond is set at $1,500 that will cost 10% or $150 with a bail bond agency.

33rd Street Bail Bonds agency can discuss with you different ways of affording a bail bond. It is typically not cheap to bond somebody from jail. In most cases 33rd Street Bail Bonds can discuss with you the bonding process before the booking is complete and the charge is known.

Why Choose 33rd Street Bail Bonds?

We are licensed in the state of Florida to bond people from jail. We are the oldest and most experienced bail agency in Orlando, we have been helping clients since 1971 get out of jail fast. We work with many college students from the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, Stetson University, Seminole State College and Valencia College to bail them from jail.

What Counties Do We Serve?

Our knowledgeable and experienced bail bondsmen will answer any questions you may have and provide an empathetic ear. We have helped clients all over Central Florida including those living in Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Lake and Osceola counties. Our staff works quickly to get our clients out of jail. We are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you need bail now or have questions about how to bond from jail we invite you to call our Orlando, Florida bail bonds office at 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303 to start the bail bond process.

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