Bail Bonds in Glades County, FL
Telephone – 888-354-9011
Glades County Bail Bonds is well known throughout the area. You can find as much information as you need concerning our agency rather quickly just by looking online. To hire our agency, it is a good idea to follow certain steps before you call our office. When you have the necessary information, calling our office can result in a fast and efficient means to an end. Dealing with our bail bonds agency is extremely simple and easy to accomplish.
Glades County, Florida BAIL BY PHONE 24/7
If you want or need to stay at home, you can always call and ask about our “Bail by Phone” service. It is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. An agent is always available to answer your questions and offer you much needed expert advice to help you resolve any issue that you find yourself in. We are able to take all major credit cards and debit cards to complete our bail by phone service. Paperwork can be filled out online, printed, signed and then faxed back to us without you ever leaving the comfort of your own home.
In Glades County, Florida, your friendly Brennan Bail Bonds agent will need the following information in order to begin processing your application. The more information you have, the faster the process will be. If you do not have all of the information, don't worry. Call us with what you have and let our agent find out the rest.
Before you call us it is important to have the first, middle and last name of the defendant, as well as their birth date. Glades County Bail Bonds requires the defendant's date of birth to process an application. If at all possible, having the exact date of their arrest is also extremely helpful. If you know the exact amount of their bail, it will expedite the process. If you don't know the bail amount, don't worry. Although it is important, our agent can find the information for you. You will also need to have a major credit or debit card. If you can provide us with a valid credit card, we can process your application over the phone. You can also come to your local Brennan Bail Bonds office to finish the application process.
What is a Bail Bond?
Bail bonds are also known as surety bonds. A bail bond is a legal and binding contract between a bail bonds agent and a signer/co-signer that guarantees that the defendant being bailed out of jail will fulfill his obligations to the court by appearing at all scheduled hearings and complying with any court-ordered stipulations. Skipping bail or failing to appear may result in the bond being forfeited. If this happens, the signer/co-signer will be required to pay the full amount of the bail bond.
Premiums are mandated by the state and non-refundable. A bond agent, in most cases, will charge a 10 percent premium for state charges and a 15 percent premium for a federal bond. States like Florida may require a $100 minimum premium no matter what type of bond is being written.
Recovery and Bounty Hunting?
When a defendant skips bail or does not appear for their scheduled court hearing, the bail bonds agent can use whatever means necessary to legally apprehend the defendant and return them to custody. This includes the use of a bounty hunter. Many bail bonds agents are licensed to do this on their own, but if a bounty hunter must be hired, additional fees may apply to the defendant.
Glades County Jail
1297 East State Road 78
Moore Haven, FL 33471
Phone (863) 946-1600
Glades County Clerk of Courts
Glades County State Attorney