Gainesville Bail Bonds
Ryan Wells Bail Bonds
License #: P105790
When Do I Need a Bail Bond Agent?
Life brings challenges and unforeseen situations that sometimes seem world-shattering. The arrest of a loved may bring those feelings to any family. Our Gainesville bail bonds agents are here for you to get your loved one out of jail as soon as possible. We work with defendants who are charged with DUI’s, Driving under a Suspended License, Underage Drinking, Violation of Parole, and even some more severe charges. If an arrest happens while your loved one is vacationing in our beautiful state, we can help. If your college student at University of Florida or Santa Fe gets arrested, and you are in another state, we are here for you. We have also helped many people who have discovered that there is a warrant out for their arrest, and they need to turn themselves in to resolve the situation. We will accompany them to jail in order to post bond immediately.
What Does a Bail Bonds Agent Do?
A judge issues a bond amount at a defendant’s first hearing. This is the amount of money it will take in order to get the defendant out of jail. This is often very expensive for the average American family. That is when a bail bond agent steps in. A bail agent posts the entire bond in order to get the defendant out of jail for a 10% fee.
How Do We Get Started?
When your loved one is arrested, call our licensed bail bond agent immediately in order to get the process started. We will need the defendant’s name, birth date, arrest date, and any previous arrest history. We will also need your information. This can all be completed electronically and can be submitted by you from anywhere in the country. We then collect the 10% fee using a variety of payment methods, including personal check, credit card, and pay-pal. Once all paperwork is completed, the bail agent goes to the jail to post the bond. The defendant’s release may take an hour or a couple hours depending how quickly jail processes the bond.
When your loved one is released from jail, he or she is free to resume normal life. The defendant, however, must attend all court dates. If the defendant fails to attend court, then we may be forced to revoke the bond, resulting in the defendant’s re-arrest. This is to ensure that the defendant does not flee in order to avoid legal prosecution. In almost all cases, however, defendants fulfill their responsibilities of attending the court dates.
Gainesville Bond Hearing (First Appearance):
Monday - Sunday: 9 a.m.
- Full name of the Defendant requiring bail
- Full date of birth of the said Defendant
- The date upon which the arrest took place
- The full amount at which the Bail for the Defendant has been set
- A Major Credit Card will be required
3333 NE 39th Ave
2621 SE Hawthorne Road
Clerk of Courts
State Attorney's Office
120 West University Ave.