Bail Bonds in Sumter, FL
When you have a friend or family member get arrested, it can change how your entire life works. Not only must you maintain your composure for your children, you have to think through the process and figure out what your next step is. Brennan Bail Bonds is here to help. We will make sure you have all of the information you need to make an informed decision. You may not need our services, but our agents will be here to answer your questions so you never have to feel alone.
Brennan Bail Bonds offers a convenient feature called Bail by Phone. We can take all of your information over the phone and even accept your payment. All you need is a valid credit card or Western Union money transfer and a fax/copy machine. We will fax you the necessary documentation and after it is completely filled out and signed, you fax it back to us so we can start the bail bonds process. Once you have paid the premium, our agent will be on his way to post bail and obtain your loved one's release from jail.
The nice thing about Bail by Phone is that you can start the bail bond process whether you are in the next county or across the globe. All you have to do is pick up the phone and talk to one of our agents. They will explain the entire process and let you know what you have to do to be able to use this convenient feature. The Bail by Phone service does not cost extra and can save you the time and effort of having to drive all the way to one of our offices to make the arrangements and secure the bond.
Never assume that each county uses the same procedures. They do not. Every county is unique and has their own way of doing things. Our agents have been in business for over 20 years. We know how each county operates and how they like to do things. We are well versed in the many ways a jail can handle a bail bond. We will take care of the details, all you have to do is wait. If a loved one gets arrested in the state of Florida, don't second guess the system, call our offices immediately at 888-354-9011.
How Bail Works
Bail is used to guarantee that a defendant will appear in court if they are released early. A bail bond contract is a financial agreement that obligates the defendant to comply with the court's wishes or face the forfeiture of the bond as well as other stiff penalties. Keep in mind that when bail is posted, the co-signer is liable for the entire amount of the bond. If you fail to appear, you are not only harming yourself, but also harming the ones who risked their financial security to help you out.
Bail is a personal right that is protected by the 8th amendment of the Constitution. There are instances when a person can lose the right to bail. If a person commits a violent crime or if it is believed they may cause harm to themselves or others, the judge may deny their bail as a means of keeping them safe. A person who is a proven flight risk may be asked to give up their passport. If the judge is still concerned about them being a flight risk, he can deny their bail or set it extremely high to prevent them from being able to accumulate the necessary funds.
Information on Sumter County Florida
Sumter County Jail
219 E Anderson Ave
Bushnell, FL. 33513
Sumter County Sheriff
1010 N. Main St.
Bushnell, Fl. 33513
Sumter County Clerk of Courts