Bail Bonds in Pinellas County, FL
Local Telephone: 727-493-4222
In general, our Pinellas County Bail Bonds Service helps get detainees out of jail and home with their families. You may already know that.
Here are 15 additional things our Bail Bondsmen can do to help you and your family.
Our Pinellas County Bail Bondsman:
Has the ability approve bail in minutes.
Puts up the full amount of bail.
Can let you know whether there is a warrant out for your arrest.
Can explain the nature of the charges against you.
Can handle all bond matters over the phone, so you don’t have to go to the jail or to the Pinellas County Bail Bonds Office. (You could even be in a foreign country and post bond anywhere in the United States.)
Keeps your case completely confidential.
Will answer your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year – even on the 4th of July, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Answers bond related questions free of charge with no obligation.
Accepts payment by credit card, money order, cash, and personal check so you don’t have to put up collateral and risk losing something important such as your house.
Will charge you the fees set by law, no higher. Most bonds are 10% - federal cases are 15% - immigration cases are 15%.
Can probably get your loved one out of jail faster than you could.
Can get your loved one out of jail so long as the judge has set bail and payment has been made. (Bail is set in most cases.)
Will accept your case 24/7/365. There is no need to wait until the next morning or next week.
Will explain what information you need to get your loved one out of jail. If you don’t have all the information, the Pinellas County Bail Bonds Service will get it for you.
Takes the full financial risk of posting bail. (Collateral may be necessary)
If you or a loved one has been detained in a Pinellas County jail, your next step is to call our Pinellas County Bail Bonds Service. Call us now.
We understand that it is important to get your friend or loved one released as fast as possible. It is import that you have a payment option in mind for the 10% premium. All Florida bail bonds require a 10% premium that MUST be collected in full before the bail bond is posted. The 10% premium is non negotiable and is set by the state of Florida. We, however, do offer payment plans for qualified clients. Ask one of our bail bondsman to see if you qualify.
Brennan Bail Bonds has listed some helpful information that you may need during the bail bond process, both before and after the bond has been posted. Of course, if you have any question about the process, please do not hesitate to call.
Pinellas County Jail
14400 49th Street N.
Clearwater, FL 33762
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
10750 Ulmerton Road
Largo, FL 33778
Pinellas County Clerk of Courts
Pinellas County State Attorneys Office
Pinellas County Public Defender