Bail Bonds in Ocala, FL
There will be a comfort to knowing that an Ocala Bail Bond application does not have to involve extensive work, or a great amount of time in order to achieve one. This can ease the burden and stress of having to go through the process, because it will naturally be a trying time, having to deal with the arrest of a friend or loved one. That in itself can raise anxieties, and then it will be intimidated by the prospect of having to go through a great deal of legal matters, can only add more.
But the Ocala Bail Bond process is similar to that in any city in Florida, although there may be small differences between cities and states as to exactly how things would go. Getting in touch with a Bail Bondsman or Bail Bond agency will be the first step in getting the process started. From placing that first phone call, to the Defendant whom you are posting Bail for, being released, can be a matter of hours.
Bail Bonds in Ocala we offer:
- Spouse abuse and spousal abuse or spousal battery
- Domestic violence
- D.U.I. or DWI (Driving Under the Influence)
- Marijuana offenses
- Criminal threats
- Narcotics & drug offenses
- Assault and battery
- Felonies or Felony
When placing the call to our agency you will need some basic data about the Defendant. Because you have been called upon to post Bail, it is likely that you will already know these basic details. Added to the details of the Defendant themselves, some primary information gathering about finances may ensue. This is, after all, a legal matter that involves finances and details will need to be given. If you have the following information on hand, the process for a Bail Bond application can begin.
- The name of the Defendant
- The Defendant's full date of birth
- The date of the Defendant's arrest
- The amount at which Bail has been set at for the Defendant
- A major credit card or checking account will be required
The Bondsman or Agency will be responsible for the Defendant when they are released. Primarily because the Indemnitor has posted Bail using their collateral, responsibility such as ensuring that court dates are kept, fall under the purview of the Indemnitor and the Bondsman or Agency involved too.
Once the paper has been sent back and filed, and this should be something which takes up no more of an hour of your time, for documents are available to be delivered electronically, then it will be a matter of just waiting until the Defendant is released from custody. Upon their release they may be required to fill in some paperwork of their own and that will be the end of the matter. The outstanding collateral, which has been used for posting, will be returned to the Indemnitor upon conclusion of the Defendant's case.
700 Northwest 30th Avenue
Ocala, FL 34475
692 NW 30th Ave
Ocala Clerk of Court
Felony: (352) 671-5674
Misdemeanor: (352) 671-5544
Ocala Area State Attorney
Ocala Area Public Defender