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225 Aragon Ave
Coral Gables, FL 33134

Bail Bonds in Palm Beach County, FL

Telephone: 888-354-9011

When you find yourself on the wrong end of the law in Palm Beach County, FL, you need a bail bonds agent who knows what they are doing and has the experience to get the job done in as short amount of time as possible. If you have never been arrested and don't know how the process works, it can be a frightening experience. Call the Palm Beach County Brennan Bail Bonds office and speak directly to one of our agents if you have any questions or concerns about the bail bonds process.

If you choose to visit our website, you can find the answers to many of the most frequently asked questions. The website also has an abundance of worthwhile information concerning the bail bonds process and what you might experience while you are being booked and processed through the jail. Although the bail processes are similar in the counties throughout Florida, there may be slight differences. If you have a loved one in jail, you may want to familiarize yourself with that county's bail bonds processes as well as how they handle the release of defendants who have bonded out.

We take every precaution when it comes to handling your case. We keep all of your information 100 percent confidential and secure. When you come in or call our office, we can explain the process and help you understand what your loved one is going through. We will need certain pieces of information so we will be able to locate your loved one and find out what we need to do to post their bail and obtain their release.

We need the defendant's full, legal name and date of birth. While we can find out the rest of the information ourselves, it will speed up the process if you can tell us where they are being held, what the charges are and how much the total bail bond is. You can fill out the bail bonds application in person or over the phone. In order to secure the bail bond, we will need 10 percent of the total bail bond amount. We accept cash, cashier check, money order, Western Union and major credit cards.

It is our sincere goal to help you navigate through the legal system without any hassles or disruptions. We will explain the charges to you and what the responsibilities are for both the defendant as well as the co-signer. We want you to be completely aware of all of the risks as well as the benefits. When you hire Brennan Bail Bonds, one of our agents will work with you during every step of the process. Agents know the laws and how the arrest process works. They will help to protect your rights and make sure you are not taken advantage of.

The 8th amendment to the United States Constitution allows for the posting of bail that will allow the defendant to be released prior to their court date. The amendment was originally written to prevent defendants from being held for long periods of time before they were allowed to have a trial. It also prevented judges from ordering excessively high bail amounts for minor crimes. In accordance with the way the amendment is worded, the bail amount should be fair and equal to the damages of the crime. For example a theft charge may carry a bail bond amount of $10,000. A judge who orders bail in excess of that amount for a misdemeanor theft charge would be in violation of the 8th amendment.

Our Services Include:

  • Efficient service that is fast and reliable
  • Sound advice when it comes to bail bonds and how they are used
  • 100 percent confidential and secure service
  • Satisfaction guaranteed
  • Over 20 years experience in the bail bonds industry
  • Knowledgeable and friendly agents
  • 24/7/365 availability
  • Bail by Phone
  • Completely mobile: we can come to you!


Palm Beach County, FL

Palm Beach County, Florida has a population of approximately 1,320,134. It is the third largest city in Florida in terms of population. The county itself was named after Palm Beach, one of the oldest settled villages in the state. In 1909, Palm Beach County was created after a portion of Miami-Dade County was set aside for it. The county as it is today was established in 1963 when the boundaries were adjusted. Today the county includes West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami.

Palm Beach Detention Center
(561) 688-4340

Palm Beach Sheriff's Office
3228 Gun Club Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
(561) 688-3000