Brevard County Bail Bonds
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Brevard County Bail Bonds: FAQ
We all learn from those who go before us. Here are the most frequently asked questions (and our answers) about Brevard County Bail Bonds. If you have additional questions about Bail Bonds, you are welcome to call at anytime.
Does the judge always set bail?
Usually. When someone is arrested, the judge usually sets bail so that the detainee can go home, but is motivated to show up for court proceedings. The more serious the crime and the greater the flight risk, the higher the bail – and vice versa.
Do I have to hire a Brevard County Bail Bonds Service?
No. You can bail out your loved one on your own if you wish. There is no legal requirement to hire a Bail Bonds company.
How much do you charge for a Brevard County Bail Bond?
Most bail bonds cost 10% of the bail amount.
If a federal or immigration bail bond is needed, the fee is 15%. These are standard fees, set by law, meaning all Brevard County Bail Bond companies must charge the same fees.
How long does it take to get someone out of jail?
Usually 1 to 4 hours after the judge sets bail.
Our approved Brevard County Bail Bonds companies are fully licensed and highly experienced; they are staffed 24 hours a day, have access to large sums of cash for bail, and have an electronic process to get your loved one out of jail ASAP.
Do I have to go to the jail?
No. If you hire one of our Brevard County Bail Bonds companies, no. You do not have to go to the jail.
Yes. However, if you want to bail out your loved one on your own, then yes. You must go to the jail.
How do I hire one of your approved Brevard County Bail Bonds Companies?
Call 877-422-4599. This is the toll free number for our Bail by Phone system. When you call, you will reach a real person who will help you.
What if my loved one is in another jail, not a Brevard County Jail?
Our Bail Bonds companies can help to bond your loved one out of jail in Brevard County – anywhere in the state of Florida – and even anywhere in the entire United States.
I’m in New York; can I still hire you to get my loved one out of jail in Brevard County?
Yes. You can be anywhere in the entire world and still hire one of our approved Brevard County Bail Bond services.
Other Brevard County Information
Sorting out the aftermath of having a loved one or a friend in jail, can be an arduous task. Not only will emotions be running high, there will be a legal process to follow, if you have been asked by the Defendant whether you can post a Bail Bond for them.
Processing an application for a Bail Bond in Brevard County can be done through a Bail Bondsman or Bail Bond Agency. The process is not an overwhelming legal one, and with just a few bits of information, the application can be initiated. The Bondsman dealing with the case will help to make things proceed as smoothly as possible. Here are just a few areas of Brevard County that our agency services:
Basic requirements come with information you will need to know about on the Defendant. Simple questions will need to be answered, and already knowing the defendant, the information required should be at hand. To begin the Bail Bond application, you will need to know:
- Full name of the Defendant concerned
- Full date of birth of the Defendant
- Arrest Date of the Defendant
With all the above, the application can begin. Two other concerns required by the Bail Bondsman will signal the end of the beginning, for they will have all the necessary information to initiate a search of their own. Their own search will bring up all the data they will need about the Defendant and their case. What the Bail Bondsman or Bail Bond Agency of Brevard County will need is:
- The amount the Bail has set at
- A major credit card
Brevard County Jail
860 Camp Road
Brevard Sheriff's Office
700 S Park Avenue
Brevard County Clerk of Court
Criminal (321) 637-5413
Brevard County State Attorney
400 South St.
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Paperwork will then follow for the Indemnitor, the person who is applying for the posting of a Bail Bond. Some information may be required about the Indemnitor themselves, as well as filling in paperwork for the Bail Bond application itself.
The time in which this can take will likely vary, as the processing time is reliant on numerous factors. It is possible for the entire process to be completed within just 5 hours, and that is from the initial call placed to a Bail Bond Agency, to the Defendant being set free. The paperwork should take no longer than 45 minutes.
To expedite the situation further, all forms that are required to be filled in, can be obtained from the internet. This cuts out the need for the Indemnitor to have to travel to an office of a Bail Bondsman in Brevard Country, to meet with someone. The process should be as simple as possible so that delays are kept to a minimum.
The final part of the process is for the defendant to be released, once the Brevard Bail Bond has been posted. This is the point at which the role of Indemnitor will flourish. Having posted Bail for the Defendant, the Indemnitor takes on all responsibility for them. This means, for example, that if any court appearances are due, it is the role of the Indemnitor to ensure that the Defendant keeps that date. The Bail Bondsman will also share some of the responsibility in the same role.
Only at the completion of the Defendant’s case, will any collateral which has been put up by the Indemnitor, be returned, minus any fees.