Bail Bonds in Osceola County, FL
The Brennan Bail Bonds agency in Osceola County, FL has agents on staff round the clock so we will be ready when you need us. Being arrested is extremely stressful. When you have a friend or loved in custody in Osceola County, FL, you may not know where to turn for help. That's where our agents can help. Every agent on staff at Brennan Bail Bonds is fully licensed and insured. Best of all, they are on call every minute of every day, including holidays and weekends.
No matter where you have been arrested in the state of Florida, we can arrange and post your bail for you. If you or your co-signer are outside of the Osceola County area, our convenient Bail by Phone option is a convenient way to complete the process. When you call us with the information we need, we will fax you an application. Once it is filled out and signed, you can fax it back to us. We will take your credit card information over the phone and within a few short minutes, be on the way to the jail to bail out your loved one.
Why use a Bail Bond Agency?
When a person is arrested and goes to jail, it is rarely convenient for anyone. It can be extremely hard to come up with the entire amount of bail. When posting bail yourself, the entire amount must be paid if you want to be released early. Hiring a reputable bail bonds agency is much less expensive. For example, if the bail amount was $20,000, posting it yourself would require the full $20,000. If you use a bail bond agent, you would only need to pay 10 % or $2,000. Either way, coming up large amounts of cash can be extremely difficult, especially in today's economy. A bail bond agency is much more affordable.
Another reason to hire a bail bond agency is for the added security. A bail bond agent offers peace of mind in many ways. They are there to answer your questions and make sure you understand the bail bonds process as well as the jail processes. A knowledgeable agent will be available whenever you need them to protect your rights and safeguard you throughout the entire ordeal. Many bail bonds agents will go to court with their clients and be readily available to offer moral support and guidance.
One thing many people do not realize is that being able to post bail and be released from jail is their constitutional right. Brennan Bail Bonds agents know your rights and we are here to make sure you know them too. The Constitution of the United States allows you to post a bail bond and obtain early release in an attempt to avoid unfair and unlawful detainment by the law. In today's world, bail bonds help defendants on an entirely knew level. With early release, they can return to work, support and take care of their families as well as other obligations and responsibilities. The defendant also has time to hire an attorney and help them to build a solid defense before trial starts.
Charges without preset court dates.
If you are not given a court date when you are released on bond, you will receive a letter or notice within a few days that details both the stipulations for your bond as well as your court date. The bail bond agent will also receive the same notifications. If your release status is “To Be Notified”, the Clerk of Courts will contact you with the needed information. There may be circumstances in which several defendants may be charged in conjunction with the same criminal case. When this happens, the judge may wait to set a court date until all of the defendants have been arraigned and it can be determined how much time will be needed to handle the case sufficiently.
In most cases, the bail bonds agency will contact you as soon as the receive notice from the court. By doing so, they know that you have the appropriate information and are ready to comply with all of the stipulations the court has requested. The Brennan Bail Bonds office in Osceola County, FL will remain in contact with you whether the courts take 2 weeks or 2 months to set your court dates. We will be there to help you through it. We will also be in contact with you prior to your court date to make sure you remember. All of your information is completely confidential and secure with our agents.
Collateral is rarely a requirement with Brennan Bail Bonds of Osceola, County, FL. Although every situation is different, the majority of bail bonds written do not require collateral. In cases where collateral is needed, various types of property can be used. Real estate, jewelry, bonds and vehicles are all acceptable as long as they aren't collateral on a financial loan or have minimal value. To be used for collateral, an item must be worth 150 times the total value of the bond. It is wise to remember that a collateral will be foreclosed on if the defendant fails to appear in court. The judge will grant the bail bonds agent a short period of time in which to return the defendant. If they can't, the property will be sold to help the bail bonds agency recoup their financial losses.
Collateral is helpful when guaranteeing that a defendant will show up for their court hearings. If they fail to show, the collateral is seized and sold to reimburse the bail bond agent for the loss of their bond money. Once the case is over and the defendant has fulfilled their obligations to the court, the collateral will be released back to the bail bonds agency and then back to the co-signer. Always remember that in most cases, you will need at least one of the following: the bond premium and some form of collateral. Although collateral may not be necessary, the premium is mandatory.
As a client, we know how confusing the process can be for you. We are here to help. Our agents are available whenever you call our office. At Brennan Bail Bonds, we want you to know how dedicated we are to you and your case. Call us today at 888-354-9011. Top quality service is our priority. We want to help you get through this difficult time with your sanity in tact and your life back on track.
2601 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy
Kissimmee FL, 34744