Bail Bond Facts
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 We know this can be a stressful and confusing time for you which is why we make sure that your experience goes as smoothly as possible.  When you work with us we want you to feel at home as we help you through this time.  Our agents place an emphasis on trust, ethics and superior customer service so you know you have an experienced and helpful firm on your side throughout the entire process while on bail.


Useful Links:
Hillsborough County Jail:  ​http://www.hcso.tampa.fl.us/PublicInquiry/ArrestInquiry
Pinellas County  Jail:  http://http://pcsoweb.com/InmateBooking/
Pasco County Jail:  http://pascosheriff.us/arrests/​
Hernando County Jail:  http://www.hernandosheriff.org/jail/
Polk County Jail:  http://www.polksheriff.org/inq/Pages/Jail.aspx​
Sarasota County Jail:  http://www.sarasotasheriff.org/​
Manatee County Jail:  http://www.manateesheriff.com/public%20interest/ArrestInquiry.aspx​


Posting Of A Bail Bond


This process involves a contractual undertaking guaranteed by a bail agent and the individual posting bail.  The bail agent guarantees to the court that the defendant will appear in court each and every time the judge requires them to.


For this service, the defendant is charged a percentage of the bail amount.  Before being released the defendant or a relative or friend of the defendant typically contacts a bail agent to arrange for the posting of bail.  Prior to the posting of a bail bond, the defendant or a co-signer must guarantee that they will pay the full amount of bail if the defendant does not appear in court.


Typically, a family member or a close friend of the defendant will post bail and cosign.  Collateral is not always required for a person to be bailed from jail.  Often a person can be bailed from jail on the signature of a friend or family member.  Cosigners typically need to be working and either own or rent a home in the same area for some time.


After an agreement is reached, the bail agent posts a bond for the amount of the bail to guarantee the defendants return to court.  If the defendant "skips" the cosigner is immediately responsible for the full amount of the bail.  If the defendant is located and arrested by the bail agent the cosigner is responsible for all expenses the bail agent incurs while looking for the defendant.

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