Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a bail bondsman and a bounty hunter?
33rd Street Bail Bonds clarifies the differences…
Bail bondsmen and bounty hunters work together (and are sometimes the same person).
The role of a bail bondsman is to help get people out of jail. The client or family member pays a non-refundable fee and signs a contract with the bail bondsman. The bail bondsman then posts the bail amount for the client so that the client can leave jail. The bail bondsman is then legally responsible for the total bail amount if the client jumps bail (doesn’t show up for court).
A bounty hunter, also known as a fugitive recovery agent, is authorized to track, arrest, and bring a client (the fugitive) back to jail if they have jumped bail. In essence, the bounty hunter “hunts” down the bail jumper. A bounty hunter is only paid if they bring the client back to court.
Why Choose 33rd Street Bail Bonds?
33rd Street Bail Bonds has helped clients all across Central Florida. This bail bond agency has assisted clients in Orange, Lake, Seminole, Volusia, and Osceola counties. They are family owned and are Central Florida’s oldest bail bond agency, operating since 1971.
Clients facing numerous charges such as burglary, DUI, domestic violence, assault, theft, drug trafficking, and more have benefitted from the services of 33rd Street Bail Bonds. A bail bond agent is available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and all year long. To start the bail bond process, please call 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303.
All of our bail bond agents are knowledgeable and experienced. They can help you navigate the ins and outs of the bail bond process. Our agents are happy to explain the bail bond process, assist with paperwork, and answer questions regarding the criminal justice system. We pride ourselves on providing top notch customer service to all of our clients.
Rely on experience! Please call us today at 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303 to start the bail bond process. Call today!