Bail Bonds in Pasco County, FL
In Pasco County, FL, the agents of Brennan Bail Bonds are available to serve you in each of the county's 18 cities. We know that time is of the essence if you or a loved one has been arrested. You don't want to spend any more time behind bars than is absolutely necessary. With a quick phone call to our office, we will have the process underway in a short period of time. Your loved one can be released from jail and back at home in just a few short hours.
The Brennan Bail Bonds website has the answers to many of your questions when it comes to bail bonds and what your rights are. As a co-signer you have many responsibilities and obligations that you need to be aware of. The defendant is obligated to appear in court and comply with all of the court's rules and regulations. Since each of you entered into the bail bonds agreement, you both must comply with the stipulations of the court. We can help make sure the entire process goes smoothly and that you and your loved one are treated fairly. Call our office today at 877-422-4599 and our agents will get to work. Your paperwork can be completed in just a few minutes. Once bail is posted, you will be in the home stretch with only a few hours to go before your loved one is released.
Decisions, decisions, decisions
There are several decisions that must be made when a loved one gets arrested. The most important of which is what bail bonds agency to use. At Brennan Bail Bonds, our agents work extremely hard to ensure that our clients have everything they need and are able to face the process without fear or negative expectations. When you work with our agency, we help you to see the big picture. Getting your loved one out of jail is not the only thing we must consider.
We encourage every co-signer to take a look at the risks of signing a bond. If their loved one is a flight risk or has repeatedly committed several crimes, it may not be wise for them to risk money they do not have to write a bond that may end up being forfeited. Every case is unique and has its own set of challenges. Our agents will help you make wise choices when it comes to both writing a bail bond and following through with the case until it is over.
The co-signers and bail bonds agents are not the only ones who have decisions to make. The defendant must make a conscious decision to stay out of trouble. It is up to them whether or not they feel they need an attorney, If they choose not to hire an attorney, they will need to determine whether or not they plan on pleading guilty or not guilty. Even though they have been bailed out of jail, their case is not over and they must decide how they should proceed with their case.
How Do Bail Bonds Work?
Bail bonds are available to help individuals get out of jail and resume their lives while their case is waiting to be put in front of a judge. The defendant or a co-signer pays a non-refundable fee of 10% of the total bond amount to a bail bonds agent. In turn, the bail bonds agent writes a financial contract that states they will pay the full amount of the bond so the defendant can be released from jail until their scheduled court date. Once the initial fee has been paid and the paperwork signed, the bail bonds agent will go to the jail and post the defendant's bond. The defendant will then be released into the custody of the agent as long as he or she agrees to appear at their court hearings and comply with any other stipulations put forth by the court.
The court will often require the defendant to surrender their passports and promise not to leave the city until after they have appeared in court. They may also be required to check in with the bail bond agent and not commit any further unlawful acts until they have appeared in court on the pending charge. If you have any questions about how Brennan Bail Bonds can help you, please call our office today at 888-354-9011.
Our agents pay attention to even the smallest of details. We do our best to make sure nothing is overlooked. We understand how upsetting an arrest can be and it's our goal to make sure that you are put at ease. You can visit our website or stop in at our office if you want a more personal touch. Our agents are available 24/7 to make sure you never feel abandoned or alone. We even offer our convenient “Bail by Phone” feature for individuals who are out of town.
Sheriff’s offices around Pasco County Florida
8700 Citizen Dr.
New Port Richey, 34654
20101 Central Blvd.
Land O' Lakes, 34639
36409 State Rd 52
Dade City, FL. 33525
NPR - (727) 847-8190
Dade City - (352) 518-4008