Bail Bonds in Collier County, FL
Telephone – 888-354-9011
At Brennan Bail Bonds, we work with the legal system on a daily basis. We understand how confusing it can be for someone who has a limited working knowledge of how the courts, jails and judges work. Add bail bonds into the mix and confusion can turn into chaos. Individuals who are not familiar with the legal system, can have a lot of unanswered questions when they enter our office. We want to keep you in your own personal comfort zone. That is why we do whatever we can to keep you at ease as you make your way through the process. That is the main reason behind this page. We want Collier County residents to be able to visit our page and see the answers to their questions in black and white.
If you have questions that aren't answered, please take the time to all us at 888-354-9011. Your call will be answered by a Collier County bail bond agent who is licensed, bonded, and very knowledgeable about the process. We do not charge a fee for phone calls, especially when it concerns offering peace of mind to individuals who have questions about the services we provide. Call our office and let us help you understand the way the legal system and bail bond industry works.
If you can give us the basic information we need, we can take the necessary steps to get the process started. Normally, we need the defendant's name, date of birth, alleged charges and the approximate amount of bail. While this information is extremely helpful, we can accomplish the task if we don't have it.
After the bonds agent has the necessary information, the first step is to call the jail where they are being held to confirm the total bond amount and what they defendant is being charged with. Secondly, this will also help determine if there are any other pending warrants or actions against the defendant that would prevent their release from jail. In some cases, a defendant may not realize they have a warrant out for their arrest until they are taken into custody. Once the bail amount has been verified, the bail bonds agent will begin to work with the indemnity As soon as all of the necessary paperwork has been completed, bail can be posted. The defendant can be released from the Collier County Florida jail as soon as the paperwork is done and the bail has been posted to the court.
24/7/365. Our agents are available at all times to serve the community. We often work weekends and holidays because we know arrests do not always occur during banker's hours. Our office has several payment options to choose from including cash, credit/debit cards and collateral bonds. We also offer different types of payment plans for individuals who qualify for them. The agents at our office in Green Cove Springs will help you get through the bail bonds application process and make sure all of the payment details are arranged. We can even process your payment over the phone when a credit or debit card is used.
Located in the state of Florida, Collier County has a population of approximately 321,520 according to the 2010 United States Census. In 1923, Collier County was created by the division of Lee County. A New York City advertising giant and real estate mogul, Barron Collier moved to Florida and became famous as a wealthy land owner. Collier County was named after this famous transplant to southwest Florida.
Collier County Jail
3301 Tamiami Trail East Bldg. J
Naples, FL 34112
Immokalee Jail Center
302 Stockade Road
Immokalee, FL. 34142
Collier County Clerk of Court
Building L, 6th Floor
3301 Tamiami Trail East
Naples, FL 34112
Collier County State Attorney's Office
Collier County Public Defenders Office
2660 Airport Road
Naples, FL. 34112