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Federal Bail Bonds in Florida

Federal bail bonds are slightly different to the usual state or county bonds, so it’s important to know the differences between them. We are one of the only bail bond agencies to provide quality federal bail bonds. There is a 15% premium on federal bail bonds, instead of the usual 10% premium found on county and state bonds. This is because federal bonds are of a higher risk so it important for us to protect ourselves whilst also offering you a solid price.

One of the things you can do if you are trying to post bail for a federal inmate, is use the Federal Inmate Lookup service, which will help you find the person you are looking for and some details about them. If you are still unable to find the person you are looking for, you can always call us and we will use our extensive databases to find them.

In pretty much all cases involving a federal bond, the co-signer (you) must attend a nebbia hearing. A nebbia hearing is a simple process to ensure that you have the collateral to back up any bond that is being paid; it must also be proved that you have obtained the money or collateral with legal methods.

Federal bail bonds take longer to process because of the severity of the case and the caution that must be taken by all parties involved. We have years of experience dealing with federal bail bonds, and will make sure the process is handle professionally, with the least amount of hassle.

Dealing with federal cases will often require you to spend more time giving various details to the court, so be prepared to spend longer dealing with the bail process than if it was in a state or county bail bond. Federal bail cases will become extremely difficult if the defendant does not arrive in court when summoned, because of the seriousness with which federal cases are taken. Before you get involved with a federal bail bond, you should be absolutely sure you can trust the arrestee to appear in court when asked.